July Volunteering Opportunities in Hackney
Want to volunteer in Hackney this summer? There are loads of volunteering opportunities currently available, giving you the chance to support some of Hackney’s most transformative organisations.
Want to start a career in education? The Access Project are looking for volunteer academic tutors to tutor a 14-18 year old one hour a week.
A free course for prisoners needs someone who can support its small team of volunteers who design the course and fundraise for the charity.
Can you spare 4 hours in September? British Heart Foundation’s London to Brighton off-road bike ride needs start site volunteers.
Design and create the costumes for this year’s carnival with the lead designers at Jamboulay Carnival as one of their costume & prop volunteers.
Interested in local heritage? Want to volunteer outdoors? The Canal & River Trust are restoring a bridge near Victoria Park built in 1830 but currently at risk of losing its Grade II* listed status. Can you help?
When a child becomes a reader they get the very best chance in life. Coram Beanstalk are looking for Reading Helpers to provide one-to-one literacy support for children in Hackney aged 3-11.
Support people with disabilities to lead independent lives as a sales and distribution volunteer for Disability Rights UK.
Calling all illustrators, graphic designers, and animators! East London Waterworks Park want to turn the derelict Thames Water Depot on Lea Bridge Road into a ‘brownfield rainforest’ and need your help.
Do you own a friendly dog? Outward Housing are looking for a volunteer with a pet who could befriend an adult with multiple learning disabilities and provide a bit of animal therapy.
A community playgroup in Stoke Newington are looking for a volunteer Early Years Assistant.
Work in a fun and relaxed community cafe and support the work of St Joseph’s Hospice as a retail volunteer.
Want to volunteer internationally in Asia, Africa or the Caribbean? The Dane Trust are recruiting Volunteer Project Workers to be involved in life-changing projects.
Experienced or aspiring ESOL teacher? Here at Volunteer Centre Hackney we are looking for an ESOL teacher who can help local people whose current level of English represents a barrier for them accessing the healthcare services.
If you are a woman with lived experience of gender-based violence, the WiSER Project are recruiting peer mentors who can offer support to other women with experience of gender-based violence.