I Want to Volunteer

The voluntary action centre for the Forest of Dean

 As the Volunteer Centre for the Forest of Dean we are often the first point of contact for anyone that's interested in volunteering. Last year we were proud to support over 100,000 hours worth of volunteering in the area! 

FVAF promote and advertise a wide range of volunteering opportunities from organisations who share our ethos in supporting volunteers and recognising the wide array of reasons why people choose to volunteer.

Why Volunteer?

Volunteering has a number of huge benefits, not only for you individually, but for your community and the world we live in. 

If you wish to enhance your CV, meet new people, put your skills to good use, learn something new, pursue an interest, offer experience or simply make a difference, we're guaranteed to have an opportunity for you!

You can find out about these opportunities in the following ways:

  • Search opportunities at Do-it.org
  • Call us on 01594 822073
  • Get in touch via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Come visit us at FVAF Mon - Fri 9:00 - 1:00 (Directions)

If you are looking to volunteer as part of a large group, for example as part of corporate volunteering, then we also have a wide array of opportunities to choose from.

 

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Forest Voluntary
Action Forum

Belle Vue Centre
Rheola House
4 Belle Vue Rd
Cinderford, GL14 2AB
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Phone: 01594 822073
Directions: Click Here

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Belle Vue Centre, Rheola House, 4 Belle Vue Rd, Cinderford GL14 2AB
01594 822073
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Voluntary Support

Since forming in 1994 we have developed a reputation for encouraging, embracing and enhancing community action throughout the Forest of Dean.

Support

Many community groups within the Forest of Dean see FVAF as the first point of contact with regards to setting up new groups or activities. As a result we contributed significantly to the creation of 10 new groups throughout the year.

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