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Our volunteers are instrumental to the delivery and success of our services.
We currently have a network of volunteers supporting our frontline staff and service users, and helping behind the scenes.
Unfortunately we are currently unable to take on any new volunteers during the coronavirus crisis but we highly recommend considering volunteering for the NHS instead:
People in North Wales are encouraged to e-mail:
with their name, age and contact details for more information.
We hope to continue our volunteering service as soon as it is safe and practical to do so.
We're delighted to have been recognised for our sector-leading work in volunteering and to hold the Investors in Volunteering kitemark.
Being a volunteer can offer a chance to learn new skills and develop confidence by working alongside other volunteers, paid staff and service users.
Many of our volunteers get a great deal of satisfaction by using their skills and time to help others. Volunteering can offer routine and structure in a friendly environment to those wanting to give something back or fill their time productively.
Volunteering can be a real asset to a CV. It can enhance your personal profile by evidencing a commitment and desire to work. It can be used as current work experience and training can be recorded.
CAIS supports young volunteers aged between 18 and 25 to access to the Gwirvol Award, and to work towards achieving a nationally recognised certificate signed by the First Minister of Wales.
“Since I started volunteering for CAIS, I have met many amazing people... Volunteering makes me feel helpful and useful and it helps with my anxiety and depression, I would be lost without volunteering and I am learning new skills each and every day I am here. Volunteering gives me a sense of joy, knowing that I am making a slight difference to peoples lives and my own.”
It's easy and straightforward to get volunteering with CAIS.
For further details please complete the form on the left of the page, or contact our volunteering team
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