If you have time to spare, share your skills and knowledge by working voluntarily. Opportunities are available in Calderdale's schools and countryside.
Get Online Week is aimed at those people who don't use the internet. Pledge an hour of your time and help someone get online.
Information about what being a school governor involves, what it can do for you, and how you can apply to become a local authority governor in Calderdale.
Help is needed to run a local club for young people who have learning disabilities.
The Council's Voluntary Infrastructure Support contract for the next two years has been awarded to North Bank Forum, and they began their work under the brand "Sector Support Calderdale" on 1 April 2013.
If you have an interest in Calderdale's countryside and have time to spare, the Countryside Service would like to hear from you.
As an Independent Visitor you will support, advise and befriend a young person in local authority care. You can make a real difference by sharing a hobby, sport or interest, helping with school or college work and going on outings.
Calderdale Youth Offending Team offers a wide range of volunteering opportunities including, Appropriate Adults, Mentors, Referral Order Panel Members and Reparation Volunteers.