Volunteering is a fantastic opportunity to gain new skills and experiences, meet new people and really make a difference to the lives of others.
Throughout the year we are approached by many different people from Milton Keynes and beyond who wish to use their skills and experience to help our community. Volunteers commit to as many hours as they can or wish and focus on supporting the community and its activities.
We offer varying opportunities for our volunteers to make a meaningful contribution to the community and the daily lives of our residents.
From driving our residents from a to b, to assisting teaching in our Tech-lab, Newsletter, Gardens, Café, Drama, Chrysalis Theatre and Arts & Crafts Workshops. Individuals often bring their unique skills, but also seek to gain experience in certain areas, increase their friendship groups and help those in their community.
Discover more about out Workshops here.
If you have relevant skills to share and can commit to at least one day per week regularly, please get in touch with us.
To find out more about becoming a volunteer, please complete your details below, or email email@example.com, or write to us:
Camphill Milton Keynes Communities Ltd,
Willen Park South,
We are committed to helping our volunteers in developing their skills and knowledge through training and continued support.
By recognising the skills and talents of each individual, and the need for continual learning and development, we aim, as far as possible, for the activities that our volunteers take part in to match the skills that they have, or that they would like to learn.
Camphill Milton Keynes is committed to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in all of its activity and recruitment is clearly an area where this is vital. We welcome applications from all sections of the community, regardless of sexual orientation, race, age, gender, disability, religion or belief.
We recognise and respect the uniqueness of every individual who comes here whether resident, volunteer or staff. Everyone is appreciated for who they are, for their unique personality and for the special qualities they bring to community life.