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Volunteering Opportunities

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Are you interested in volunteering?

Sport in the community doesn’t just happen. It takes a small army of unsung heroes that dedicate time, energy and hard work in order to ensure that teams, clubs, leagues and events are available for the benefit of everyone. Sport relies on millions of volunteer officials, coaches, administrators and managers, and without these committed volunteers, sport wouldn’t happen and sport clubs could not function.

People volunteer at all ages, with many different skills and from every sector of society, so if you’ve got some time to spare and have an interest in sport, we hope you’ll get inspired to get involved in sport in your local community.

Living Sport hold a database of people in the County who are interested in volunteering at Sports Events, if you are interested in joining this database the please complete the form the Volunteer Database Data Protection Statement and send it to Joe Notarnicola at joe.notarnicola@livingsport.co.uk.

If you are looking for regular volunteering opportunities please think about contacting one of your local sports clubs or look at www.do-it.org.uk which is a comprehensive database of volunteering opportunities which is updated by the Volunteer Centres. Potential volunteers can view opportunities local to them and apply on-line through the Volunteer Centres.

To look at what is happening around Cambridgeshire and Peterborough go to http://www.cam-volunteer.org.uk

Alternatively you can access the Join In list of volunteering opportunities below:

V inspired Cashpoint is funding that allows volunteers to apply for up to £500 to run a community sports project. vInspired’s Cashpoint gives you the power (and the money) to bring your own community project to life. Applications are simple just tell them what great change you want to make and how your project clearly benefits others; and you could get up to £500 to make it happen.

Did you know….

You can get Time Credits for volunteering hours and spend your credits in lots of different ways. You might not have realised, but Time Credits are being earned and spent all over the country. You could be part of a network of over 16,000 people and hundreds of organisations who give their time to their community. To find out how time credits work and how you could spend your time credits across the East Region take a look at the Brochure. Or contact the Cambridgeshire Facilitator Yannick Auckland- yannickauckland@justaddspice.org or on 07429 438383. Website: www.justaddspice.org. Twitter: @CambsTimeCredit

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