A to Z Directory of volunteering groups and organisations
The volunteering-related groups or organisations shown below can either help you directly or provide information and support.
To find out more about how they can help you, please contact them using the phone number, email, or website address they have provided.
Elder Tree Befriending has developed a unique and innovative partnership with Plymouth City Council, Livewell Southwest and Primary Care and provides a cutting edge befriending service for vulnerable and socially isolated people over the age of 50.
Better Futures was founded over 30 years ago and is a service for adults age 18+ with a learning disability and or autism.
Improving Lives Plymouth welcomes volunteers from all backgrounds and has various roles that people can help support.
IMB members are unpaid public appointees, appointed by ministers to provide independent oversight of what happens in places of detention.
Ivybridge Caring is a voluntary organisation with a mission to promote the independence, physical and mental well-being of older and isolated people within the area of Ivybridge, Cornwood, Lutton, Sparkwell & Harford.
The Oasis Project welcomes voluntary help particularly to support tutors, for example with healthy cooking classes, work clubs, computer groups, to help with catering and DIY, to help with administration and supporting people who drop in for information and support.
Do you have a passion for saving lives at sea? Plymouth's Lifeboat Station, part of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), is looking for dedicated volunteers to join their team and help them in their life-saving efforts.
Royal Voluntary Service mobilises volunteers in every corner of Britain to support people in need and the NHS.
St John Ambulance is a volunteer powered, charitable organisation dedicated to the teaching of first aid. We support the NHS, provide medical support at public events and administer engaging youth programmes throughout England.
At START our work aims to support refugees to reduce the impact and isolation they feel coming to live in Plymouth in a number of different ways.
The Prince's Trust supports 13 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. Three in four young people supported by The Prince's Trust move into work, education or training.