Thanks to everyone who participated in celebrating Volunteers Week 2019.
The week saw a busy drop in and the Volunteer Centre involved in training sessions with many organisations in Wolverhampton, a volunteers event at Central Library, conducting workshops and Inspiration events with Adult Education and facilitating the whole HR team from Tarmac in volunteering in Wolverhampton and making a massive difference to the community.
Tarmac Team photo by Jay Mcnish
Come along to the Volunteer Centre 16. Temple Street on 26th February to find out how our Bridges can give you a hand getting back into work. Just bring yourself and have a cuppa a biscuit and a chat to our friendly team. Let Frank know if you are interested in coming along firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01902 328980. Look forward to seeing you there.
Volunteering is a great way to help you get back into work. Volunteering is like stepping stones to help you get to where you want to be!
At Wolverhampton Volunteer Centre we have the BBO Bridges Project which specifically aims to help you get back into work. If you have been unemployed for a while through various reasons and circumstances and are over 25, the BBO Project can help you with building confidence, interview skills, advice & guidance as well as finding the best volunteer placement for you. For more information contact Frank on 01902 328980 and have a chat about how BBO can help get you back into work!
Did you know you can make a real difference over the Christmas period by volunteering? It’s the time of year we often think about others and how we can help.
There are many organisations in Wolverhampton that work with the homeless, such as foodbanks and overnight shelter’s, that are all run by volunteers. Get in touch with us at Wolverhampton Volunteer Centre and see how you can give the biggest gift all. Your time!