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Diverse Cymru supports people from groups that are currently underrepresented in volunteering to become active participants in the not-for-profit sector.
Many people see volunteering as an opportunity to engage or re-engage with paid work, others see it as an opportunity to learn or enhance their existing skills, gain confidence and/or try something new.
We have numerous volunteer placements available both in-house and with other organisations including Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Victim Support and the National Museum of Wales.
Placement roles range from driving a minibus to managing a patient information resource centre.
Currently, all our volunteering placements are in South East Wales, but we are hoping to expand to different areas in the future.
Volunteers will have the opportunity to have their volunteering experience accredited through the Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales, Agored credits from level one to level four.
Volunteering shouldn’t affect your benefits as long as the only money you receive is to cover your volunteering expenses, such as travel from home to the volunteering location.
There are no limits on the amount of time you can volunteer for as long as you continue to meet the conditions of the benefit or tax credit you are receiving.
How do I become a volunteer?
If you would like to volunteer please let us know. You can contact us on 029 2936 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like more information. We will make an appointment so you can discuss your interests with our Volunteer Coordinator.
All prospective volunteers will be fully supported, starting with an induction process that will help you decide on the opportunity that is right for you. This will be followed by role specific training.
You can download the application forms here:
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