The Volunteer Centre can assist people in finding volunteering opportunities that can help people gain work experience, make new friends, receive training/qualifications, develop new skills and improve confidence and self-esteem. There are hundreds of different volunteering opportunities available in St Helens, with examples including: supporting a young person, raise funds for a group, help a child with their homework, improve the local environment, interpret local heritage and working to make someone elseâ€™s life better.
Ongoing advice, help and support in:
- Assessing an individualâ€™s needs, interests, skills and experience to match them to a suitable volunteer opportunity
- Identifying any training needs
- Volunteer issues
How to Access the Service:
Information and advice can be given over the phone, through post or face-to-face at the Volunteer Centre in the Beacon Building in a private and confidential setting. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 9.30am to 3.30pm.
St Helens Volunteer Centre, Beacon Building, College Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 2TF
Type of Organisation:
part of Halton & St Helens VCA
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