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Do you have time to spare to help a young person or adult?  Can you offer encouragement, inspiration and support?

Volunteering for Adviza will offer you an interesting and rewarding opportunity to help people reach their full potential, whilst receiving full support and training. 

We recruit volunteers to work with us on a variety of programmes across the Thames Valley, supporting young people and adults to overcome their barriers and achieve their full potential.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, please get in touch on

Volunteer feedback:

“I use my experience to help people with the next steps they want to take in their lives.”
Volunteer Mentor

"There is also something special I have learnt about volunteering as opposed to a salaried position and it is fair to say that I tend to go up in peoples estimation at work once they hear about where I am going each week and why! Not something I went into this business for but an unexpected and delightful consequence."
Volunteer Mentor

"Being a volunteer with Adviza is fascinating and worthwhile, with lots of back-up."
Independent Support Volunteer

"Right from the start I was made to feel both very welcome and also valued which has been great."
Independent Support Volunteer


This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. 


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