Our volunteers are important and together we accomplish great things


Volunteering gives so much to those in need, but more often than not gives so much more back. Volunteers make a difference, they think global, but act local, they develop as a person, meet new people, make new friends and learn new skills.

 
I was looking for a way to make the most of my spare time. I never expected to make great friends.
— Eloise
 

How can i help?

There are 3 main avenues to get involved with the Community Centre:

  • Volunteers For Skills
  • Volunteers to be Green and care for the Community Garden
  • Volunteers to promote Education and Training
 

the benefits of volunteering

  • Expands your skills, experience and increases your employability.
  • If you are considering undertaking further education (University or similar) volunteering could be a great way to put your chosen career into context and give you some on the job experience.
  • Allows you to connect with others, meet new people and build friendships.
  • Give back to the community by helping to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people.
  • If you are recently retired or no longer working it's a great way to fill in some of your newly found spare time.
 

Volunteer application Form

Thank you for your interest in volunteering. Please fill out the form below.

Name *
Name
Address
Address
What areas of work would you prefer?
Do you have a Drivers Car Licence?
Do you consent to a Working with Children and Police check?
How did you hear about DSCC?
Date
Date