Volunteering For Volunteers Volunteering FAQ KCV All Hubs Service Do you need a little help to get your volunteering started? Below you will find some volunteering FAQ's plus you can also visit is at our local hub office or pop along to one of our community events and drop-in venues where you will be able to have a chat with our friendly advisors, who will be on hand to answer all your volunteering questions and let you know about the many and varied opportunities available in your local area. Please visit your local hub page, Dover District, Folksetone & Hythe or Thanet, for information on how to contact us for a chat, book an appointment or find out about our upcoming community events and drop-in venues. Volunteering FAQ's Why volunteer? Volunteering is something everyone can do. Whatever your interests, wherever you live, whether you have a lot of time or a little. If you want to change the world, your street or your CV, maybe you want to give something back, make new friends, or gain a skill. You can volunteer if you are male, female; young, old; employed, unemployed; have or don’t have a disability; no matter what your ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation, culture or background. What can I do as a volunteer? Almost anything! Have a look on our website to find out what’s available in your area and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to keep up-to-date with all the latest opportunities. Whatever it is you would like to do, there’s a good chance an organisation out there is looking for someone just like you.If you don’t see anything that quite takes your fancy, then please get in touch and we will try to find you something that is right up your street. How much time do i need to give? It’s entirely up to you. Many roles involve just a few hours a week or month on a regular or flexible basis. Plus there are lots of events that happen just once a year which simply need help in the run up or on the day of the event. No matter what you do or how much time you have, volunteering can make a big difference to your community and to you! Will I be out of pocket? This shouldn’t be the case as most organisations will often reimburse travel expenses. How to volunteer? Just visit Volunteer Connect where you will be able to search the many volunteering opportunities that are currently available in your local area. Don’t worry if you don’t have access to the internet, just give your local hub a call and we’ll be happy to help you in accessing all the available opportunities. Volunteer Connect will provide one central location for volunteering opportunities across Dover District, Folkestone & Hythe and Thanet. Volunteer Connect will give you greater control over your volunteering journey with improved search facilities, the ability to apply direct to organisations, monitor the status of your enquiries and more.