Volunteering

Age Cymru ‘Become a friend’: offer help and support to a neighbour or friend while following social distancing rules.

Can Do Project - Leonard Cheshire Disability: exciting opportunities for disabled people aged 16 to 35 years to volunteer in their community.

CHAAT Volunteer in Nursing or Residential Care Homes: volunteers work closely with nursing homes and care homes to improve the experience of individuals and standards of care in these homes.  Telephone (01495) 241220

Changing mind projectvolunteering opportunities for young people that aims to help improve and maintain positive mental health.

Deafblind UK Volunteering: opportunities include telephone befrienders, virtual group volunteers and wellbeing callers. Telephone (01633) 234129 or email robins@agecymrugwent.org 

FFrind I Mi: volunteering opportunities available within the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board including befriending, dog therapy and the Chaplaincy team.

GAVO Gwent Association of Volunteering Organisationsvolunteering opportunities available. 

Good Neighbours Scheme (Royal Voluntary Society): volunteering opportunities available from Community Companions to fundraisers.      

Red Robins Hospital Service: help patients during meal times, writing letters, making phone calls and offering company. Telephone (01633) 234129 or email robins@agecymrugwent.org

Tempo Time Creditsvarious volunteering opportunities available.

Tredegar House Volunteersvolunteer in the House, join our outdoors team or help in the office.

Volunteering Matters:  volunteering opportunities available, contact Robert Davies 07788 310444 or email robert.davies@volunteeringmatters.org.uk. All volunteers will need to supply details of two referees and be willing to undergo a DBS check.

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