Volunteering is a great way to gain experience and to improve your confidence and self-esteem

It's something you can do in your spare time but you can also volunteer full-time after leaving school, provided you are also undertaking some part-time study or training. Below you will find some useful organisations that can help you find volunteering opportunities.


Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

If you have a learning difficulty and/or a disability and need special health and education or employment support, the SEND section on Help You Choose provides more help and information. The information in the boxes below might be useful and you can also read more in the SEND section.  Being part of the community

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Voluntary Norfolk

Promotes, supports and develops volunteering and the world of voluntary organisations in Norfolk



Connects young people with volunteering opportunities.

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The national database of volunteering opportunities

Norfolk Community Directory

Norfolk Community Directory

Find volunteering opportunities in Norfolk. Search by keyword, location or distance.

Norfolk County Council

Norfolk County Council Volunteering

Find more about volunteering opportunities with Norfolk County Council

Community Action Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk

Befrienders required (minimum age 18) to support clients who are lonely and isolated in North Norfolk and Breckland.

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National Citizen Service

For 16-17 year olds. Learn new skills for work and life, take on new challenges, and meet new friends.

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Volunteering opportunities and your rights