Volunteering

Volunteering is a great way to get out and involved in the community and there are dozens of organisations and ways to volunteer.

Many organisations, charities and care services are looking for volunteers. You can volunteer in a variety of roles.

Find a volunteering opportunity

The Get Involved volunteering hub is a directory of volunteering opportunities. You can browse different types of opportunities.

Voluntary Impact Northamptonshire (VIN) also advertises volunteering opportunities. Register with VIN to find an opportunity. ​

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Over the next few days we will be sharing quotes from some of the older children in care and the difference their foster carers have made to them. Co...

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Northamptonshire Shared Lives service for vulnerable adults rated outstanding

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Our fostering and adoption information evening is tonight at 6.30pm. If you have been thinking about adoption or fostering please come along and find ...

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Video: Every day across the UK, around three people who could have benefited from a transplant die because there aren’t enough organ donors. And curre...

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We are continuing our campaign to find foster carers for the many older children waiting for homes in our county. Older children need help to organis...

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