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About volunteering

Volunteering can be great fun and make a real difference not only to others, but to you as well. It can

  • give you the chance to give something back to your community.
  • let you pass on your skills, or use your skills in different ways.
  • help you meet new people, gain confidence and self-esteem.
  • be as flexible as you like and fit into your schedule.
  • help you learn something new.
  • be a great way to move in to employment.

Whatever way you choose to volunteer, your time and efforts will make a difference to someone.


Volunteering in Crawley


Crawley Community Action can help you find a volunteering role using our Volunteer Centre database.

  • Take a look at the current volunteering opportunities

Search for a role

If you want to see ALL available roles, then once you click on the button, simply scroll to the bottom of the Role Search page.

  • Register to volunteer on our Volunteer Centre database

Register here

Once your registration is completed, you will be able to register interest in available roles and organisations can invite you to apply.

Existing Volunteers Sign in

Volunteer Login Volunteer Register


If you would like more information or have any question, please visit our FAQs page below. For further queries contact our Volunteer Manager, Emily Thorpe on 07716 641409 or email emily.thorpe@crawleycommunityaction.org

Do you wish to hear from the volunteers directly? 


Here are some stories presented by volunteers, who share their experience with you:

Volunteer 1 – Volunteers for Victim Support

Volunteer 2 – Volunteers for Sussex Police & Crime Commission

Useful Links

The following can also offer help with finding volunteer opportunities.


Get in Touch

Please feel free to contact us or leave a message

Phone01293 657 000Emailinfo@crawleycommunityaction.orgOpening Times

09:00 – 17:00 Monday to Friday

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