Volunteering with SVC allows you to gain key employability skills, make new friends and give back to the local community.
Our beneficiaries include children, older people, adults with disabilities or mental health conditions, and homeless people. Supporting these members of the community means our volunteers have the opportunity to work with the NHS, the Police, local Third Sector Organisations and many more.
Our projects range from monthly to weekly commitments to suit all volunteers, and you can view the wide range of our projects here.
Volunteering with SVC provides additional experience to the skills gained through education, placements and employment, which has helped many of our previous volunteers in their careers, including Dr Lauren Davies:
"During my undergraduate degree at Cardiff University, I volunteered with SVC. I really enjoyed volunteering and I also gained a number of skills which have been invaluable for my future career as a clinical psychologist. This included improved communication and interpersonal skills, team work, problem solving, adaptability and using initiative, which are all essential skills. I would recommend volunteering as a great starting point for anyone with an interest in a similar career."
Dr. Lauren Davies
To become a volunteer, fill out an application form.
Or pop into the SVC office at:
5-7 Museum Place
For any questions regarding SVC opportunities or the application process, email firstname.lastname@example.org