We know that many of you would like to offer your help to others in your community during the coronavirus outbreak.
Find out how you can help today.
Find details of volunteer centres and opportunities near you.
Support adults by volunteering in day care centres or in adult education.
Volunteer with children, young people and families, including with youth justice and youth and children's centres.
Apply to become a community safety volunteer or a volunteer support warden.
Find out what the governing body does, how to become a school governor or a clerk to the governors and support available.
Help Kent's countryside by keeping rights of way open or volunteering with the Kent Countryside Access Forum or Countryside Management Partnership.
Help keep Kent's historical records up to date or volunteer in a windmill.
Kent Greeters share their enthusiasm of Kent by greeting visitors and acting as informal tour guides.
Volunteer with your local Neighbourhood Watch and help keep your community safe.
Opportunities for volunteers of all ages, including reading support, homework clubs, IT buddies, research and baby rhyme times.
Opportunities for sports volunteering.
Find out about the benefits of volunteering with us and what we expect from you as a volunteer.