Get Involved

We are continually looking for Volunters to help us provide our Services

VOLUNTEER
 
V - VALUABLE SERVICE‚Äč
O - OTHER PEOPLE BENEFIT
L - LINKS TO COMMUNITY
U - UNLIMITED
N - NEW FRIENDSHIPS
T - TIME WELL SPENT
E - ENJOYABLE
E - EMPLOYMENT
R - REWARD

How you can help

The “Where 2 Today?” project would not be as successful as it is without the support of Volunteers. There are many opportunities available for people of all ages and abilities. We operate under an Equal Opportunities policy.

 

Volunteer with us as:

Community Car Scheme Driver / Befriender / Minibus Driver / Passenger Assistant / Shopping Assistant / Musician / Baker / Sighted Guider / Wheelchair Pusher / Tea Maker / Sandwich Maker / Tea Server / Dance Partner / Story Teller / Artist / Photographer / Film Maker / IT Help & Much More!

If you have a skill then we will find a way to use it for the good of others and give you the opportunity to enhance that skill.
 


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"Quotes"

Carscheme

“Excellent service and makes all the difference for life without a car. Life very restricted without Community Car Scheme. Comforting to know we can get such good support through the scheme. Couldn’t live without it, it’s a life-line. People are so kind and helpful.”

“I think the car scheme is 100% the best thing that happened here”

“It has been a wonderful thing for people of our age. And everyone is so kind and helpful. I am very thankful.”

Bus

“I’m never in. There’s so much for us to do and we use our entitlement cards some days.”
Shopping:

“I have changed my home help day, just so I can go the shopping”

Buggies:

“Dad loved getting out in the forest and we couldn’t have done it without the scooter, Staff were really helpful.”

“Mum went twenty miles on the scooter yesterday. She wanted to keep going but I'm on my bike and I had to say, Mum, I'm tired, I need a rest.”