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Support for voluntary and community organisations

Support for voluntary and community sector organisations

To help you support vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic, we can help you to:

  • identify who is in need of additional support most urgently
  • access additional volunteers to support your service
  • ensure you’re not duplicating effort with other organisations offering support
  • know what to do if your service is overwhelmed by demand
  • provide basic guidance to your volunteers before they start
  • complete basic and enhanced DBS checks, if required

How to access volunteers to support your service

  1. go to volunteer.je
  2. create an account
  3. under organisation interests select 'interests': ‘COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Call for Volunteers’. (Existing and new volunteers can register their interest in this too, if they are specifically looking to support during the current situation).
  4. add specific volunteer skills or qualifications, such as driving licence, DBS and language skills can be requested
  5. we'll let you know what volunteers are available to support your service as quickly as we can

What to do if your service is overwhelmed or your usual volunteers can no longer help:

  1. ensure your volunteer requirements are listed on volunteer.je
  2. call the helpline on +44 (0) 1534 445566

Information about the Stay at Home policy

Voluntary and community sector staff and volunteers are considered ‘essential’ and are therefore not required to follow the Stay at Home policy while they are performing these duties. No formal ID of verification is required of the work you are carrying out at this time. 


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