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Welcome to the website of Dover District Volunteer Centre


Welcome to the website of Dover District Volunteer Centre


Welcome to the website of Dover District Volunteer Centre

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If you are thinking about volunteering and would like to find out more click on the link below.

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Does your organisation use volunteers? Click on the link below to find out more information.

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Find out more about the community schemes that could benefit you, click on the link to find out more.

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Click through to find out the latest news and events at Dover District Volunteer Centre.

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Welcome to Volunteer Centre Dover District

Training opportunities with the Volunteer Centre.

Our First Aid at Work course is now fully booked and the day of the next Introduction to Volunteering course will now be on Thursday 30th October so if you, or anyone you know, want to explore the options and gain confidence, get in touch to book a place on this programme. Places are free and you need to be unemployed or low waged and over 19 years old, living in Deal, Dover, Folkestone or Ashford.

We have some great new vacancies this week: Town TV in Dover are looking for presenters for their TV programmes and Dover Community Radio need admin and accounting help. For more details on any of these opportunities please contact us either by e mail or on 01304 367898

View our Volunteering Gallery:

voice logoAshford, Dover District, Shepway and Thanet Volunteer Centres come together in partnership with CASE Kent to form VOICE – Voluntary Organisations Involved in Community Engagement.

VOICE aims to engage better with hard to reach individuals/groups, build social capital and strengthen the voice and activity of voluntary organisations throughout East Kent.

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Thanks to the generous support of Church in Society – Sandwich Deanery, this website and other promotional material and activity across Sandwich was achieved.


with the kind support of:

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