Whether you’re looking to volunteer, or you’re an organisation looking to recruit volunteers, the Volunteer Centre Sefton can help.
The Volunteer Centre Sefton works with individuals and organisations in the borough of Sefton to promote, deliver and develop high quality voluntary opportunities.
The Volunteer Centre supports the increasing number of people engaged in volunteering in Sefton by referring potential volunteers to opportunities within the local voluntary, community and faith sector through a variety of methods including one-to-one interviews, newsletters and email updates, and online registration and search engine using an online tool called Volunteer Connect.
Volunteer Centre Sefton is managed by Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS), who provide a wide range of support and services to the wider voluntary, community and faith (VCF) sector. Click here for more information about Sefton CVS and the services they provide.
About the VC Connect system
olunteer Centre Sefton has purchased the Volunteer Connect system to help local people to find volunteer roles in and around the Sefton area.
To browse the Volunteer Connect database:
- Click on the link below to browse opportunities
- Use the drop down menus to select what area of volunteering (eg. Animals, Children, Disability, etc.) and which activities you are interested in
- Add any relevant details in the information boxes provided
- Click Search
You will then be provided with a list of roles for you to choose from and you find out more information about any role by clicking on the Details button.
You can express an interest in any of those roles by registering with Volunteer Connect. This will also allow you to be kept informed of new volunteering opportunities.
- Click here to browse volunteer opportunities
- Click here to Register
- If you are already registered with VC Connect, Click here to Login
If you have any problems using the Volunteer Connect system, or you would like support and advice about accessing volunteer opportunities, please call 0151 920 0726 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, please use our Contact Form