We have thousands of people doing thousands of amazing things for each other every day. Imagine what we could do if we combined our efforts to tackle our city’s biggest issues ! It’s your chance to make a difference.

It’s Our Plymouth and it needs you.

What can i do?

We feature key opportunities here, where organisations, charities and individuals are looking for people just like you to help!

PEC Pals

When: Ongoing

PEC Pals is a way for people in our community to support the work we do by getting more involved.

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Mayflower Makers

When: Ongoing

Do you want to be an ambassador for Mayflower 400? We are training Mayflower Makers to become Ambassadors for the Mayflower 400 event

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Life on the Ocean

When: Ongoing

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Respect Festival volunteers needed

When: Jul 14, 2018

Could you volunteer at Respect Festival

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Volunteer Fundraisers wanted

When: Ongoing

DO YOU WANT TO HELP A GOOD CAUSE AND HAVE FUN? Now’s your chance!

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Plymouth Scrapstore

When: Ongoing

We need your help. Can you spare some time to volunteer for us on Saturdays? If you enjoy providing great customer service as well as helping with the sorting of donations, we want to hear from you.

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Support at Home Volunteer

When: Ongoing

From people recovering from illness, surgery or an accident, to struggling with a life-changing event, Support at Home volunteers enable people to live as independently as they can at home.

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Watch our Video

Our Plymouth Stars

Hear from those currently getting involved in their community and how it has changed both their lives and the people they are helping.

Plympton Brownies

Cat Edwards is a leader in training with the Brownies in Plympton. She started in the Rainbows and then worked her way up.

Unity through Sport

Troy Woodhouse co-founded Unity through Sport – a non-profit organisation dedicated to raising funds through sport for people less fortunate.

Hospital Radio

ANDREW Hill is the Station Manager of Hospital Radio Plymouth. “I got interested in listening to local radio as a teenager in the early 1980s,” he said.