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Work with VCH and Step Up
VCH is seeking a dynamic and engaging Employment Advisor to join our Step Up team at Volunteer Centre Hackney and
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Get crafty with Hackney Carers’ Collective
This autumn, Volunteer Centre Hackney and City & Hackney Carers’ Centre are embarking on a new project to help engage
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Bring literature to life
Share your passion for literature and reading by volunteering with The Reader and Hackney Libraries and bring people together through
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Count down to carnival!
Embrace the atmosphere, music and spectacle of Carnival this summer through volunteering!! The collective efforts of volunteers such as dancers,
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Meet Our Place
VCH’s award-winning project Our Place has been successfully supporting Hackney residents on the New Kingshold estate, for the last 3
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From volunteering to employment
The Step Up project aims to support people who have experienced mental ill-health to access volunteering as part of their
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Volunteering towards employment. Jay’s journey, served with coffee.
The Step Up project supports people who have experienced mental ill-health to access volunteering as part of their mental health
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Making things happen with Our Place
Each week, Volunteer Centre Hackney’s Our Place project hosts a weekly coffee morning on the New Kingshold Estate.  Our Place
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Help beat loneliness – become a befriender
Volunteer Centre Hackney are seeking friendly and approachable people to befriend local residents who are isolated and need companionship, or a little
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Volunteers’ Week 2019 – Connecting with your community
From 1 – 7 June, people across the country will be celebrating Volunteers’ Week, recognising, rewarding and celebrating the people
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Making things happen with Our Place
Each week, Volunteer Centre Hackney’s Our Place project hosts a weekly coffee morning on the New Kingshold Estate. Our Place
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Make a meaningful connection – Become a Befriender
Isolation can be detrimental to a person’s health. 2 in 5 older people in Britain are chronically lonely and studies
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