Promote your volunteer opportunities
If you are looking for volunteers to support your organisation, Volunteer Centre Hull is here to help; we can help you advertise volunteer opportunities and attract more people to volunteering in Hull, we also train new volunteers through Skills for Volunteers 11 week training course, and we deliver Volunteer Management training which provides practical and useful approaches in volunteer management.
You can contact the Volunteer Centre Monday – Friday 9am – 4.30pm
We can advertise and promote your volunteering opportunities within the Volunteer Centre Drop-In and online at www.do-it.org. This is a free service to voluntary and community sector organisations in Hull.
If you have any questions, need some support and advice or like more information about involving volunteers in your organisation, please contact email@example.com or telephone 01482 324474.
Once you have registered your organisations details, completed an organisation Healthcheck, and registered your volunteer opportunities with us, we can process and upload your volunteer opportunities onto the national volunteering website www.do-it.org on your behalf. Alternatively, if you would prefer we can teach your organisation how to register and maintain its own volunteer opportunities via Do-It. providing you with the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to access your own Do It account – giving you control of your volunteer opportunities.
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