#TeamHerts Volunteering has a variety of local volunteering opportunities awaiting you across a wide range of activities from the arts and education to sports and health organisations to utilize your skills.
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Methodist Church serving Croxley Green.
Services are free to bereaved people in Hertfordshire. The charity provides support and offers information, advice, education and training services.
Social and Activity Group for Active People with Mild to Moderate Dementia in Bishops Stortford, Hoddesdon and the surrounding area.
Day Centre for the Elderly held on Tuesday at the Age Concern Centre at 10 am
The Daylight Club is a very friendly social club for adults of working age with physical disabilities living in the St Albans District. As part of club activities, healthy living sessions are organise…
The de Havilland Aircraft Museum Trust Limited (DHAMT), a registered charity, operates an aircraft museum at London Colney (near St Albans) Hertfordshire. It is the oldest aircraft museum in the Unite…
DEMAND designs and manufactures equipment that improves the quality of life for disabled people.
DENS houses, supports and empowers vulnerable single homeless people, and others in crisis, to transform their lives.
The Depression Alliance bring people together to end the loneliness and isolation of depression.
Baptist Church serving central Watford.
Provides regular monthly evening support meetings for people living with diabetes and their carers in the St Albans and surrounding area.
"Opening the door to equality".
Dogs for the Disabled is a UK-based charity training and providing accredited assistance dogs to children and adults with impaired mobility due to physical disabilities
To support ordained staff at St Mary's Parish Church, Watford.
Deal with the social side of people so that they get the opportunity to interact with others rather than sit on their own at home.
Delivers an extensive range of substance misuse treatments to meet the diverse needs of the community.
Day services and support to adults with physical and/or sensory disabilities living in South West Hertfordshire.
From volunteering to physical activities, life skills to expeditions, achieving a DofE Award is a passport to a brighter future, valued by employers and universities.
Aims to advance education, enhance the environment and provide facilities for recreation for those with or without special needs.
The Foundation seeks every opportunity to increase awareness and understanding of dyspraxia.