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Volunteering in the Community: Getting Started

Wednesday 3rd April @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Volunteering in the Community: Getting Started

Join JVN for a free comprehensive introduction to volunteering in the community.

Our volunteering department will take you through the basic steps to get started, from finding a suitable role to your first day, and all you need to know about how to deal with issues that may crop up along the way.

Topics will include:

  • What volunteering means
  • The charity landscape in the community
  • Issue to consider before starting to volunteer
  • Regular vs. one-off volunteering
  • What to ask in an interview
  • What is expected of volunteers
  • How to make it clear that you want to move on
  • Volunteering opportunities currently available
  • A basic introduction to confidentiality, safegauarding and health and safety


Wednesday 3rd April
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Jewish Volunteering Network
020 8203 6427


44a Albert Road
London, NW4 2SJ United Kingdom
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Steve can help you start volunteering

Steve promotes volunteer opportunities in the borough and provides guidance on how people can start volunteering. You can meet him at the drop-in sessions listed in the calendar.

You can also reach him through email,, or 0207 960 4282.


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