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Looking for Volunteers

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The Isle of Wight Volunteer Centre runs a brokerage service to promote volunteering. Registering with us and listing your opportunities will enable us to promote your opportunities throughout our networks. Prospective volunteers can search our online database.

We meet with hundreds of people every year who are interested in volunteering and speak to them about the opportunities and organisations we are in contact with.

To have your opportunities included on our database register here. You will also be able to receive our fortnightly newsletter with funding opportunities, training and events. We are currently running a Volunteer Manager course with optional attached qualification. For more information, check out our Training Page.

Remember, to help us to successfully and effectively recruit volunteers, you should keep the Volunteer Centre up to date with any changes to your opportunities, any new opportunities and details of any forthcoming training dates.

Volunteer Management

The Volunteer Centre can provide guidance on issues and questions around various aspects of Volunteer Management includingmeetings:

  • Developing new volunteer roles and writing role descriptions
  • Advice on risk assessments and DBS checking
  • Reimbursing expenses
  • Supervision of volunteers
  • Writing a Volunteer Policy
  • Volunteer agreements
  • Involving young volunteers



We also work to promote volunteering across the Island and ensure volunteering is represented in strategic and local priorities.

Network meetings for Managers of Volunteers are held quarterly at which we share good practice and have guest speakers.

  • The next meeting will be 5th October 2016 10 am-12 pm at Riverside, The Quay, Newport.
  • Places will need to be booked

For more information call us on 01983 539377. You can also request to join our Google Group.

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