The latest Government volunteer guidance
NCVO guidance on engaging and supporting volunteers during the pandemic
How people can volunteer
If you are feeling well and have not knowingly had contact with anyone with Covid-19 you are able to leave your home to volunteer to provide essential services.
The Government have produced a Safeguarding Factsheet:Community Volunteers during COVID-19 outbreak and Coronavirus:How to help safely that will give you more information.
For groups wanting to find out more about volunteering and keeping people safe check out the 'Information for new groups delivering Covid 19 Support Services' section.
Reach Volunteering, which specialises in brokering skilled volunteer roles such as trustees, finance and HR is offering help to charities to find skilled volunteers to meet the unprecedented challenges they face.
You might also be interested in Next door, a social media platform which allows you to interact with your neighbours
Volunteer from home Even if you need to stay at home you may still be able to volunteer - you could offer people a friendly listening ear on the phone, edit documents, manage social media or knit clothing for premature babies.
Staying safe while volunteering
Check out this guide to staying safe when you volunteer from Support Cambridgeshire
We are available to offer support and advice, in the first instance contact us on email@example.com and we will get back to you promptly.