Find out how you could volunteer in the local area this Monday

Posted by rmt22 at Jun 07, 2018 03:41 PM |
We you inspired by the story about our Leadership Team volunteering in the community but not sure where to start?

On Tuesday this week members of our ULT spent time transforming a garden in a hostel for homeless young adults. We also know that many of our staff are involved in volunteering within the local area in some form  or another.

Leicester City Council are holding a volunteering information event on Monday 11 June at City Hall (12noon-7pm), where you can find out more about volunteering opportunities available in the city.

The drop-in event is open to everyone, but there’ll be information and advice about the wide range of volunteering opportunities that are currently available, from both Leicester City Council services and partner organisations.

Stallholders at the event will include Park services, LCC licensing authority, Independent visitor scheme, Waste management - Reuse shop, Children, young people and family centres, Arts & museums service, Emergency management (major incidents support), Neighbourhood services, Public health, Leicester Walking Project, Bradgate Park Trust, British Red Cross, Sustainable Land Trust, Aylestone Meadows Appreciation Society and Leicester City Youth Offending Service.

You can also find out more about volunteering in Leicester, by visiting

We are committed to supporting every member of staff in their volunteering activities by allowing them to use up to two days of work time for volunteering purposes. This equates to the University staff being able to provide up to 8,000 days of volunteering in the community per year.

If you would like to make the most of the staff volunteering policy and help make change in our community, find out more here.

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