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A little of your time could make a big difference to someone’s life

Our volunteers help and support people with learning disabilities in many different ways, contributing their skills, experiences, energy and enthusiasm. We carefully match their individual strengths and interests to the needs of the people we help.

Why volunteer?

See what Rachel, one of our volunteers, has to say:

‘Volunteering makes you appreciate everything you have and changes your outlook on life. It gives you a sense of purpose and enables you to give something back to society. But most importantly gives you a feeling which money could never buy’.

 You will also benefit from:

  • Induction and ongoing training
  • The chance to learn new, transferable skills
  • Full reimbursement of any travel or out of pocket expenses
  • A network of new contacts and potential friends

To see the results of the most recent Eddie's volunteering survey together with comments from our volunteers click here

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the children, young people and adults we support and expect our volunteers to share this commitment. All volunteers are DBS checked and must provide two professional references.

Our safeguarding policy can be viewed here

Our Health and Safety policy can bew viewed here

Find out more

If you are interested in finding out more please call us on 01223 883140 (Head Office) 01354 651166 (Fenland Office)

or email us at: volunteer@eddies.org.uk

Alternatively register your interest now by completing this simple application form

To view more about the volunteering roles that we offer please click here

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Who are we

Who are we

We are a local charity supporting children, young people and adults with learning disabilities in lots of different ways.

Angela's Jumble Sale


Angela Argyle recently raised £326 for the Rosewood Sun-room Appeal via her Jumble Sale.

She had great fun designing a retro poster for her event!

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