Although 3VA does not maintain a list of volunteering opportunities and is unable to match people with roles, we work with local volunteering hubs across Eastbourne, Lewes District and Wealden that can help people find suitable roles.
If you are looking for Trustees / Directors / Board Members we’d be happy to help you promote your roles. Please add your vacancy to our voluntary & community sector jobs page for free using our online form. We’ll also include your role in our weekly e-Newsletter, which is distributed to contacts across the area.
Please see below for more information about local volunteer hubs, which can help you promote other types of volunteering opportunities. Volunteer Centre East Sussex has also published advice on marketing and recruiting volunteers.
Langney Community Centre
Phone: 01323 763 762
Volunteers Network promotes volunteering and addresses disadvantage by collating and sharing a database of social support and volunteering roles available locally, holding regular drop-ins, attending various events and running campaigns. Volunteers Network also manages Pevensey Community Library, Langney Community Centre and produces the Eastbourne Voice newspaper. Services they offer include a befriending and a reward card for volunteers.
The Havens Community Hub is a Community Interest Company (CIC) aiming to inspire a new way of thinking about community projects, support and engagement along the Havens coastal stretch – Saltdean to Seaford and the surrounding towns and villages.
The Hailsham Volunteer Hub, a project of Hailsham Foodbank, brings local volunteering opportunities into one space. The Hub matches people who want to volunteer with volunteer opportunities within charities and community organisations in Hailsham and the surrounding villages. If you are an organisation looking for volunteers, Hailsham Volunteer Hub can help you put together role descriptions and help you with your search.
73 High Street
The Heathfield & District Volunteer Centre (HDVC) is a charity that was set up in 2016 to meet the needs of local people and local charities. It aims to find the right role for those who want to volunteer and match that with the needs of local charities.
79 High Street
Founded in 1991, the Uckfield Volunteer Centre was set up to match individuals and groups with volunteering opportunities in our local community. The Centre works to raise awareness of the benefits of volunteering and improve the quantity, quality and diversity of volunteering in Uckfield. You can find out about becoming a volunteer, as well as how to find a volunteer to help your organisation.