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Volunteering is a voluntary act of an individual or group freely giving time and labour for community service. Many volunteers receive training for the areas they work.

There are great benefits to volunteering for individuals, for communities and for organisations. Benefits for individuals can include gaining additional training, networking and work experience that can be added to a CV. The additional support volunteers offer the community is often vital to organisations operations and the amount of support that can be accessed by others.

Watch on YouTube: Pioneer View talks to a volunteer about their experience (opens new window)

I feel a connection with the people I work with, they feel like a family and gives me a sense of purpose in my day to day life.

Wiltshire Council opportunities

As well as volunteering opportunities in the community Wiltshire Council relies on the help of volunteers to deliver some of its important community services.

You can find out more by visiting:

Volunteering at Wiltshire Council


Volunteers are at the heart of what Healthwatch do. Their volunteers help them reach out to people across Wiltshire to listen to their experiences of health and social care services in the county. 

Whether you want to gain valuable work experience, help improve care in your community or learn new skills, there are lots of ways you can make a real difference by joining.

You can find out more about what you can do as a volunteer (opens new window) or sign up by visiting the Healthwatch site:

Volunteer at Healthwatch Wiltshire (opens new window)

Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living

Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living is an organisation led by disabled people which promotes choice and control for independent living.  Their posts are open to all and applications from disabled people are particularly welcome. They are keen to recruit a diverse workforce and particularly welcome applications from disabled people using the usual application processes. They welcome volunteers in various roles within the organisation and particularly value the expertise disabled people bring with them from their 'lived experience'. They have a full volunteer policy and approval system and each volunteering role has its own role description and person specification. 

Find out more by visiting:

Get involved at Wiltshire CIL (opens new window)

Wiltshire Together community volunteering listings

Wiltshire Together is fantastic resource that helps you search for a diverse range of volunteering opportunities, whether you are looking to volunteer or post your volunteering opportunities if you are looking for volunteers.

It also has the facility, when signed up as member or organisation, to log your volunteer hours and measure the impact that your volunteering has had on your community.

To find out more about what you could sign up to visit the Wiltshire Together page:

Volunteering in the community (opens new window)

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