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Volunteers Week 2021: Making a Difference Through Volunteering

By helping others through volunteering, we too are able to make a difference and improve our own wellbeing. In the spirit of #VolunteersWeek2021, we hope to promote the positive benefits that volunteering produces in our own lives, as well as the lives of the people that you help by choosing to volunteer. It is within our nature as human beings to feel good when we are given a purpose, especially after helping someone out. Thus, in this article we hope to promote and explore the many positive benefits which volunteering brings to the community it serves.

Gaining New Experiences and Learning New Skills

An added benefit of volunteering is that it provides you with the opportunity to gain new experiences and meet new people. Furthermore, it allows you to also develop your existing skills and gain valuable new skills and experiences which can help boost your confidence.

Becoming a Volunteer: It all starts with one step

There are many types of volunteering roles out there which supports many different causes. Get started by taking part in #VolunteersWeek2021. It is the perfect opportunity to make a positive difference in people’s lives, especially through these difficult times with the pandemic and the uncertainty of lockdown restrictions. Interested in becoming a volunteer, keep reading below to find out more about our volunteering opportunities at BID Services.

Interested in Volunteering at BID Services?

At BID Services, we believe that volunteering should be open for everyone. BID Services is committed to supporting, enabling and championing volunteering in all its forms. We offer a range of volunteering opportunities within our regional offices around the country, depending on your interest’s and skills. As a #DisabilityConfidentEmployer, we welcome all types of individuals to apply for our volunteering opportunities, especially to those individuals who have a sensory or physical impairments.

If you are interested in applying and would like more information on our volunteering opportunities, please visit our new Volunteering Opportunities page on our website.

Need support with applying for any of our volunteering opportunities, please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator:

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Posted 3rd June 2021