Volunteering in a range of roles at the Helping Hands Community Project in Warwickshire

Our charity is about local people helping local people in need. We give people support and opportunities to help people feel better about themselves, be more active in the community and get back into work. We could not do this without the time, skills and passion of our brilliant volunteers.

We are very lucky to have a brilliant team of over 60 volunteers who support the charity in so many ways – our volunteers each share their talents to support the most vulnerable in our community.

Have you thought about volunteering to give back to our community?


I have been making and providing soup for Helping hands for over 3 years (I think) on Thursday evenings from fresh ingredients, many grown from my allotment. Everyone deserves to eat fresh healthy food. I also provide cooking workshops for the Esther Project.
Picture of our volunteer Anne-Marie
Anne-Marie Lambert
Soup-making volunteer & owner of Get Cooking

If you would like to give some of your  time to support those most vulnerable in our community, get in touch we would love to hear from you.

Volunteering roles:

Drop- in: Soup kitchen team leads & volunteers, Support workers, Soup makers, Birthday cake makers, Sandwich makers, cleaning

House2Home: Co-ordinator, Referral Co-ordinator, Donations co-ordinator, Drivers, stock sorters

Charity Shop: Shop assistant, Stock sorter, Window dresser

Cafe: Food preparers, support workers, front of house volunteers

Administration support: Fundraiser, Grant applications team, Website, social media & communications team, Events co-ordinator

… and so much more!

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