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Join the volunteers – it’s now even easier

 Volunteering in Mid Sussex and Horsham districts is even easier thanks to a new online feature designed to match local people with suitable roles.

 Horsham and Mid Sussex Voluntary Action (HAMSVA) website now includes a link to a large searchable database of volunteering opportunities registered by local not-for-profit groups. www.hamsva.org.uk/opportunities 

 Volunteers will be able to register and search for opportunities based on their locality,interests and skills. And organisations will be able to add their opportunities and register with us online – all for free.

 “HAMSVA has a vital role to play in supporting charities and community groups. We are very excited about the new online feature as it will make finding the ideal volunteering opportunity much easier and open up volunteering to a wider audience,” says HAMSVA Manager Sue Edgson.

 If you are thinking of volunteering and want to know what’s out there, just log on to www.hamsva.org.uk/opportunities and explore the many ways in which you can get involved in your community. 

 There are volunteering roles for everyone.If you and your friends or work colleagues are searching for a team-building exercisethen look no further. There are many Team Projects registered by local charities that would love to use your skills to help with gardening, decorating, running a fundraisingevent or delivering a training course.

 If you are a not-for-profit organisation looking to recruit new volunteer helpers then HAMSVA’s website is the best place to promote your roles, and it won’t cost you anything. 

 For further information head over to www.hamsva.org.uk, email enquiries@hamsvaorg.uk or ring us on   

        01444 258102.






Please note that Horsham Denne Neighbourhood Council is not responsible for the final policy or decision making of either Horsham District or West Sussex County Councils.  We are consulted by them and have statutory consultee status with regards Planning applications in our area. We have regular contact with Horsham District Council and West Sussex County Council and will represent your views on local issues.
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