Flintshire Volunteer Centre is your local go-to place for all things related to volunteering.

Managing volunteers or involving them for the first time can be daunting, but we can help you with all aspects of volunteer management, wherever you are on this journey – from the basics of volunteer recruitment to keeping up-to-date with the latest in volunteer management and information on the nationally recognised volunteering quality standard, Investing in Volunteers.
Are you an individual looking for volunteering opportunities? If so, visit our page for volunteers

If you have volunteering roles that you are recruiting for, you can register them here to reach lots of people looking for volunteering opportunities in Flintshire.  If you need any help with this, then please contact us.

Contact us to find out how we can work with you to manage your volunteers, recruit new volunteers and get access to good practice resources, templates, policies, etc.

[email protected]
01352 744000


Our regular Volunteer Organisers' Network Meeting (VONM) is held quarterly – whether you are new to the sector or have been involved in volunteering for many years, these meetings held across Flintshire are an opportunity to share news and keep up to date with all things volunteer related.  If there is a topic you would like covered, please let us know.

These meetings are a great way to connect with others who work with or manage volunteers and to learn from each other.

Check the calendar on this site for the date of the next one.



Free information and resources

Register with the Knowledge Hub, provided by Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW) for access to free information and resources on all aspects of involving volunteers.

If you can't find what you are looking for or would like more help, contact us.

Health and social care volunteering

Check out WCVA's work in partnership with Helpforce Cymru for free information and resources specifically about volunteering in health and social care settings. An excellent read is their report The future we create – lessons from pandemic volunteering

Relations between paid workers and volunteers

Find out more about the importance of good relations between staff and volunteers by reading the charter for volunteering and workplace relationships, developed by WCVA and Wales TUC.



Claire Worrall
Volunteer Centre Coordinator

Phone: (01352) 744019
Email: [email protected]


Mallaidh Long
Volunteering Development Officer

Phone: (01352) 744 024
Email: [email protected]


Emily Morgan
Volunteering Development Officer

Phone: (01352) 744 017
Email: [email protected]