VOLUNTEERING

The Churn Project really couldn’t function without the help of its volunteers. Over 260 people give their time every year – it amounts to over 14,000 hours of help.

From becoming a trustee to baking cakes for the The Friendship Café, there are all sorts of things you could do to make a difference with The Churn Project.

There are lots of reasons for people wanting to volunteer. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to give something back to your community or to do something positive for the people around you. It can also help you to develop new skills and meet new people. Whatever your reason for offering your time and skills, we will value your contribution and make sure we find the right opportunity for you.

Volunteering with The Churn is rewarding

You gain:

• Enjoyment

• Giving something back

• Feeling valued and part of a team

• Confidence and self-esteem

All this helps boost your own wellbeing:

• Meet new people and make new friends

• Share a hobby with others

• Get to know the local community

Volunteering is a great way to improve your employability skills:

• Enhance your CV

• Gain an accreditation

• Learn new skills,

• Gain knowledge and experience

WANT TO VOLUNTEER?

Contact Julie for a chat about volunteering opportunities such as befriending an older person, cake baking, helping at Work Club or on the Sociable Stroll, serving tea at the Friendship Café or assisting our tutors to deliver classes in English and Maths. We also need help with fundraising events, trips and concerts throughout the year.

 

Anyone can volunteer. Whatever your skills, experience or background or how much time you have to give, a little help can make a big difference.

For further information, please contact Katherine Crawshaw, our Volunteer Coordinator.

 

Call: 01285 380038
Email: volunteering@thechurn.org.uk

Fill in the enquiry form below:

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Businesses

Whatever the size of your business, you can support The Churn Project to make an impact in the Cirencester community. From fundraising events in the office, to partnership or sponsorship opportunities, when you work with The Churn Project you will have a dedicated fundraising manager with you all the way.

To find out more, get in touch with Erin – erin.hughes@thechurn.org.uk

Billy Cobbett - Trustee
Billy Cobbett - Trustee

Businesses

Whatever the size of your business, you can support The Churn Project to make an impact in the Cirencester community. From fundraising events in the office, to partnership or sponsorship opportunities, when you work with The Churn Project you will have a dedicated fundraising manager with you all the way.

To find out more, get in touch with Erin – erin.hughes@thechurn.org.uk

Fundraise for us

Click the button below to download our handy fundraising guide, with over 50 ideas to raise money and have a great time in the process!

Looking to Volunteer?

Take a look at our latest opportunities

We are always looking for volunteers. Please contact us to find out more.

Our Supporters

The Churn enjoys valuable support and goodwill from people who live and work in Cirencester and local businesses. We work hard all year round seeking funds to support our services and activities so that we can provide them as affordably as possible to our service-users. We run very cost-efficiently – our team comprises 16 paid part-time workers and hundreds of volunteers who donate their time – leaving us to focus funds where it is most needed, on what really matters – helping our beneficiaries.

Community Partners

We are very fortunate to have wonderful support from the local business community in so many ways. There are too many to mention but here are a few we have worked with recently.