The County Council values the contribution that volunteers make to its work. There are a range of reasons why you may want to volunteer for the council, for example, it can improve your employment prospects and help you to gain new skills, knowledge and experience. Volunteering can also increase your self-esteem, give you a chance to meet new people and help you to get to know your local community. Volunteering is an opportunity to make a difference to the lives of others and the community you live in.
5 ways you can volunteer with us
- In your local library – where you can teach others computer skills, run a story time, join your Library friends group, deliver books to your housebound neighbours or simply help stocking books.
- In your local Children’s Centre – where you can help run Stay & Play sessions and baby groups, or you can help with administration or promotion of local activities. Pop into your nearest Children’s Centre to find out more.
- In your local nature reserve – where you can reconnect with nature and help conserve your local green space and join a Friends Group.
- In your local school – where you could become one of 3,500 School Governors across Cambridgeshire who make sure children and young people get the best from their time in school.
- In your community – where you could try out anything from volunteering to help maintain our highways or improving our rights of way, to gritting routes to keep them safe for everyone during winter. You can also volunteer with a community organisation such as museums or Care Network.
Visit the Meet our volunteers page to read or hear testimonials from some of our current volunteers.