Winners of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service
- Domestic Abuse Volunteer Support service (DAVSS)
- Prince of Wales Youth Club
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What can a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service bring to your voluntary group, charity or community interest?
- It is the MBE for voluntary service and brings recognition at the highest level.
- It will focus attention of funders on your organisation.
- If you win The Queen’s Award, you will represent excellence in your field.
- It will be a huge thank you to your volunteers and your group will be an inspiration to others in your community.
The link as to how to apply for a QAVS is here: https://qavs.culture.gov.uk/
The link for our website which has the info is here: https://www.kent-lieutenancy.org.uk/the-queens-awards/queens-award-for-voluntary-service/
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Thinking about volunteering? Here’s some great food for thought!
Volunteering has some brilliant benefits for you and for your community. Apart from helping others, volunteering is a great way to help you make friends, advance your career and learn new skills. You’ll make a valuable contribution to society and boost your own well-being along the way.
Volunteering is for anybody who wants to help others or the local community. There’s so many different ways to volunteer, from having a cup of tea with an elderly person to helping to clean a beach to admin or computer work.
That’s an easy one! Created in partnership with the Lieutenancy of Kent and KM Media Group, Kent Volunteers is simple and easy to find the right opportunity for you. Just sign up, fill in your skills and start looking! It’s equally quick and easy to join if you’re an organisation looking for volunteers.
Our new postcode search here will find the right volunteering placement for you. Don’t forget to first sign up though!
There’s no upper age limit on volunteering. Some organisations’ insurance policies will not cover you if you’re under 16 or over a certain age. Under British law, you cannot work for a profit-making organisation if you’re under 14, even if you’re not paid.
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