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The Long Road Volunteering Club has made some great links with different charities and organisations across Cambridgeshire – if you’re keen to find out more or join the Volunteer Club talk to Sam Plant!

For a full list of volunteering opportunities and contacts please click here

Don’t forget to fill out your Volunteering Log!


Young Lives vs Cancer volunteering opportunity

We have varied roles available and we ensure that students skills are explored to enhance their CV and career portfolio.  More details can be found at in the first instance.

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Cambridge Film Festival volunteering opportunity

If you are interested in volunteering this year, please visit our website and sign up via the volunteer application form here:

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Cambridge Museum of Technology – Education Volunteer

The museum’s education programme aims to ‘Inspire Learning for All’ by using our historic site and collections to explore the story of waste disposal, public health, social history and the development and use of technology. Participants in our education programme include pre-schoolers, school aged learners and adult visitors; we aim to provide a programme that has something of interest for everyone. More information about the ‘Inspiring Learning for All’ framework can be found @

Please complete our Expression of Interest form ( and send it to Please include details of your previous work experience, the age group you are interested in working with, and the type of activities you would like to be involved in, e.g. preparation, delivery, etc. The posting will remain open until the positions have been filled.

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Cambridge Museum of Technology – Welcome Volunteer

Welcome Volunteers are based in the Museum’s shop. They provide a warm and friendly greeting to our visitors. They are also crucial in helping the Museum to raise revenue by selling tickets, shop stock, drinks, and snacks. They answer questions from visitors about the Museum and its services. Where necessary, they direct them to the appropriate member of Museum staff or volunteer.

Please complete an Expression of Interest Form and email it to You can also post it to: Cambridge Museum of Technology, The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8LD.

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Student Community Action

Everyone has their own reasons for getting involved and the best thing about SCA is that volunteering with us can be a flexible addition to your week and it needn’t consume your whole life! Click here to download the Cambridge SCA handbook We hope you find it a really useful tool to navigate your way through some of the volunteering opportunities available in Cambridge.



Super Camps

Super Camps, one of the leading childcare providers throughout the school holidays, are looking for hard working and enthusiastic individuals to join our vibrant team and undertake the role of Activity Instructor. Your role will be to lead a group of children through a range of sports and arts and crafts activities. You will be responsible for the safety of the children in your group and provide the highest level of childcare. You will be a good communicator with the ability to provide any relevant information to parents regarding their children. Click here to download the full role description.

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Beanstalk Charity

The  Beanstalk Charity connects volunteers with children aged 3-13 who need help improving their reading skills, ability and confidence.  You will provide one-to-one reading support for 30 minutes twice per week with schools local to you.




Projects Abroad

We run bespoke volunteer trips for groups in 25 different countries around the world and these trips can be anything from one week to a month in length.

We make change possible through our projects. Each one solves a specific problem, in a specific place. This might be to save sea turtles from being wiped out in Mexico or fighting gender inequality in Ghana. Our projects run all year round so you can choose your own start and end dates. You can be a part of something that is making long term, meaningful change to people that really need it. Every time a group signs up for one of our projects, they’re investing in a better world.

Since 1992 we have worked with groups from all over the UK, many of whom have gone on to organise even more trips away with us; you can read about their time with Projects Abroad in the Case Studies on our website.