Find Your Way to Shine and Become a Star in your Community with the Southend Volunteer Hub

Published on: August 10, 2023

SAVS are excited to announce the launch of the Southend Volunteer Hub, which makes it easier than ever for you to become a local star and find volunteering opportunities that enable you to be the change that you want to see in your community. SAVS will support you on this journey by linking you up with a range of organisations that do wonderful work across Southend. With a wide range of opportunities, you can discover roles that match your interests, fit into your lifestyle and align with your passions.

There are many great reasons to become a volunteer with roles often leading to full-time, paid positions following successful volunteer placements. Some of the ways that volunteering can help you are by providing access to free training, improving your wellbeing, gaining experience and much more. So please visit and follow the new Southend Volunteer Hub channels to stay up to date, receive support and be the first to hear about any new opportunities. You can find them on Twitter and Facebook by searching ‘Southend Volunteer Hub’ or using the handle @VolunteerHubSOS

This launch marks the final stage of providing Southend’s vibrant and active volunteering landscape with its own identity to truly celebrate and promote a positive picture of volunteering across our community. To find out more about the Southend Volunteer Hub and find your next volunteering role, please visit

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