Register with TakePartNEL
To register and become part of the volunteering family here in North East Lincolnshire fill in our quick and easy volunteer registration .
When you are registered we will keep you up to date with the latest local roles and opportunities. Join the hundreds of local people who are already signed up and be part of the TakePartNEL family.
Helping others while helping yourself
Winston Churchill once said that “you make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give”. This sums up what volunteering is all about. It is about doing something that benefits the local community and makes a difference to peoples lives.
If you want to contribute and make a real difference in our community then volunteering could be the way for you to do this. Not only will it benefit the people and organisations in our area, but you too could benefit by trying something different or learning a new skill.
How volunteering will benefit you
As a volunteer you will:
- learn and teach new skills in a two-way process
- enhance your CV and future job prospects
- increase your social and relationship skills
- improve your self-confidence
- gain satisfaction through helping others
- develop a sense of achievement and purpose
- escape the day-to-day routine by adding some fun to your journey in life
Find out what opportunities are out there and apply on volunteering opportunities.
If you want to get involved you can contact our volunteering coordinator by email at email@example.com.
Request volunteer support
To request volunteer support for your organisation and to allow TakePartNEL to promote your role either via the registered volunteer database or as a role advert on the TakePartNEL ‘Opportunities’ page you must read this guidance and complete our request form.
TakePartNEL will support with sourcing voluntary support from interested and willing volunteers, from there the volunteers will be your (the requesting service/organisations) responsibility. This covers their training, expenses (if applicable), well being, management and all aspects of support they require.
It is then your responsibility to contact those volunteers within 24 hours, even if they will not be utilised with immediate effect – this way we do not lose volunteer enthusiasm.