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If you can't find what you have been looking for the links below may be able to help you locate organisations and resources relating to volunteering in the UK and overseas.
Volunteering Barnet works with voluntary and community organisations, public and the private sector. They help organisations in Barnet to recruit and manage volunteers and offer advice and support.
CommUNITY Barnet supports, promotes and coordinates an effective voluntary and community sector in the London Borough of Barnet to enhance the quality of life for all.
Greater London Volunteering (GLV) is the regional umbrella organisation for volunteering in London. Its members include volunteer centres and volunter development agencies covering every borough of Greater London. They help match up over 50,000 volunteers to over 9,000 organisations.
The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) is the largest umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector in England. NCVO gives voice to, champions and strengthens volunteering and civil society.
Boris Johnson’s volunteering programme for London, Team London helps Londoners to give their time, find volunteer opportunities and do great things for their city. Team London is a legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games’ fantastic volunteering programme.
TimeBank is a national charity inspiring and connecting people to share and give time. TimeBank appeals to people like you who know that their time and skills are in demand - but just don't know what to do about it or where to start.
do-it.org.uk was launched in 2001 with the first, and still the only, national database of volunteering opportunities in the UK.
REACH matches the skills of experienced people to the needs of voluntary organisations. It supports voluntary organisations and charities across the UK, helping them attract volunteers with a wide range of skills and professional experience. It places people of all ages and backgrounds in organisations near where they live. There are no age limits and there is no charge for the service.
A centre of creativity, energy, learning and innovation, JHub provides office space, meeting rooms and a support network for innovative UK-based Jewish individuals, projects and organisations. They benefit those who are working to contribute meaningfully, in a variety of ways, to the Jewish and wider world.
JWeb provides guidance on all issues to do with learning disabilities in the Jewish community. You can find listings for organisations, professionals and events throughout the UK.
Lead is an exciting leadership innovation which has been established as a community-wide resource to help transform Jewish community leadership. The concept was the brainchild of UJIA’s Leadership Development department and has been shaped into a new and independent communal service and resource. Lead now operates as a division of the JLC, and looks to develop and inspire the current community leaders as well as emerging community leaders.
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