Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services
Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth
Knowsley has a vibrant and active volunteer culture.
Knowsley CVS host the accredited Volunteer Centre service for Knowsley at Nutgrove Villa in Huyton.
Opening hours 9.30 am – 4.30 pm Monday to Friday
One Approach to Volunteering is a best practice framework developed in partnership with KCVS and Knowsley Council.
The Vision Knowsley has a vibrant and active volunteer culture that supports communities to build the capacity to enable people to be more engaged, responsible and involved in solving their own problems. Core Principles
Volunteering must be a choice freely made by each individual.
Volunteering in Knowsley is open to all regardless of race, gender, carer status, gender identity, sexual orientation, offending past, disability, socio-economic status, age and religion or belief.
Both the individual volunteer and the organisation should benefit. The giving of time voluntarily establishes a reciprocal relationship in which the volunteer benefits and feels that his/her contribution is personally fulfilling, whilst the organisation benefits from their contribution and skills.
Recognising the contribution of volunteers is fundamental in creating positive and fair relationships between volunteers, third sector organisations , public sector bodies and other partner organisations. This includes recognising the contribution to the organisation, the community, the local economy and wider social growth. All the current opportunities from organisations who have signed up to the One Approach can be found at https://do-it.org/organisations/volunteer-centre-knowsley Volunteer Centre Activity is informed by the Knowsley Volunteer Strategy 2015 – 2019. Key Strategic Aims and Outcomes
In keeping with the One Approach core principles Knowsley Volunteer Centre is a signatory to the Keep Volunteering Voluntary Campaign Keep Volunteering Voluntary
Looking to Volunteer?
Use the form below
Knowsley Youth Offending Service is recruiting people from diverse backgrounds to become members of the Community Youth Panel and would like to hear from you if you are 18 or over.
This volunteering role is a rewarding and practical way to be involved in making your community a safer place. You will need to be able to give a few hours most weeks. Full training given.
A trained chef, wanting to give something back to the community, is looking to volunteer in the evening and weekends. If you could make use of this volunteer offer please call Lindsey on 0151 489 1222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details.