Volunteering Opportunities

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Are you a parent looking to return to work but feel that you would like some support? This might include help with:

  • Accessing training
  • Rebuilding confidence
  • Gaining relevant work experience to your chosen career
  • Help looking for jobs
  • Support with cvs and application forms
  • Support preparing for interviews

If this is you, then there’s FREE help available through the Volunteering and Employment Coordinators at WSCC. Contact Julie Dutton (Julie.dutton) or Maria Maloney (maria.maloney) for an informal chat.


Do you have some spare time? Want to make a difference to the local community?

We have opportunities for volunteers at our Children and Family Centres and Youth Services across the local area eg administration, operating the toy library, assisting at Play and Learn sessions, Baby Rhyme Time groups, Youth services, Music and Movement groups

The time commitment is usually 2 to 3 hours per week/fortnight. We offer access to free training and pay travel expenses. References are required and a DBS (police check) will be obtained at no charge to volunteers).

To arrange an informal meeting to discuss our opportunities and what you are looking for, please email Julie Dutton (Julie.dutton) or Maria Maloney (maria.maloney)

Julie Dutton | Volunteering and Employment Coordinator

Integrated Prevention and Earliest Help Service (IPEH)

West Sussex County Council, Children and Family Centre, Cowfold Village Hall, Cowfold. W Sussex. RH13 8RT

Contact: phone number 01403 864668 | 07872 420500 (preferred number) | Julie.dutton

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