We recognise the important role volunteering plays in society and work to promote the benefits of volunteering, increase the number of people volunteering, actively encourage good practice and support local organisations in the recruitment and management of volunteers.
The Malvern Hills Volunteering Forum takes place every 6 months and was established to give people and organisations who work with volunteers an opportunity to meet, network, collaborate and learn from each other.
For the latest youth volunteering opportunities, please visit the Youth page.
Malvern Hills Volunteering
The Malvern Hills Volunteering organisation was set up to meet the needs of local people and voluntary organisations in the district. It offers services free of charge to anyone interested in volunteering and to any voluntary organisations looking to recruit volunteers.
If you are looking for opportunities in the local area, please get in touch with Malvern Hills Volunteering (see above) or visit the national DoIt.Life website.
Malvern Hills Good Neighbour Network
The Malvern Hills Good Neighbour Network is made up of over twenty Good Neighbour Schemes coordinated by local people in communities, linking volunteers to those in need of support. Some of these community groups are already established, and others have been set up as a community response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Find your nearest Good Neighbour Scheme.
- Coronavirus Resources for Social Prescribing Malvern and The Rurals - pdf Coronavirus resources for social prescribing document (378 KB)
- Read NCVO’s advice on how to manage volunteers during the coronavirus outbreak
- pdf Good Neighbour Network Card (81 KB)
- pdf Little Malvern and Welland Parish Council case study (184 KB)