Please note: NOT all activities, events and projects listed below are delivered by St Albans City and District Council. Some of these events are developed and delivered by external partners and organisations.
Love to Volunteer
Watch this space for more information on this emerging initiative, part of the Love to... portfolio of projects.
Love to Volunteer will promote links between volunteers and voluntary opportunities within leisure, culture and sport around the district. The Council will work in partnership with
St Albans and District CVS in order to help organisations like sports clubs and community groups to find volunteers to support their sessions, activities or events.
If you are a local club, society or voluntary organisation working in the field of leisure, culture or sport and are looking to recruit volunteers, we'd like to hear from you. Let us know the opportunities you have to offer and what it is you are looking for.
If you are interested in volunteering in this kind of area, we'd like to hear from you too! Let us know what interests you and which area(s) you would like to get involved with.
Please email Ricky Manning (Community Project Officer) or phone 01727 819369.
St Albans District Centre for Voluntary Service (CVS)
The CVS works with individuals and community partners across the district to match volunteers with voluntary opportunities in a wide range of roles in all sectors.
The CVS works in partnership with a variety of stakeholders, to provide opportunities for local people through community initiatives, including education, skills development and other advice and guidance. For example the 'Getting Involved' project, run in partnership with St Albans City and District Council, promotes and facilitates ways you can take part in the community (see below).
For full details please visit their website or telephone the CVS 01727 852657 (Monday - Thursday, 10.00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m).
Date of last review: 18 October 2011
Getting Involved St Albans
Getting Involved is your one stop shop for finding out the different ways to get involved with your local community. There are many different ways to take part in the community ranging from:
- Providing feedback by taking part in consultations
- Attending Police Priority setting meetings for your neighbourhood
- Becoming a community leader e.g. trustee of a charity
- Fundraising for a local charity
- Attending community events
Getting Involved is a project that has been developed in partnership; St Albans and District Local Strategic Partnership, St Albans City and District Council, St Albans Centre for Voluntary Service and Hertfordshire Constabulary.
For full details of how to Get Involved please visit the website.