Volunteer Registration Form
To register for details of voluntary opportunities in Oxfordshire, please complete this form. The information you provide on this form will remain confidential.
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Your Details
The first part of this form just asks for basic contact details about you
First name: *
Surname: *
Date of birth:
Postcode: *
Contact number:
Would you like to receive our monthly e-newsletter of volunteering opportunities? *
How did you find out about the Volunteer Centre? *
About Your Volunteering
The questions below will help us to find out about the type of volunteering that may be suitable for you
Where are you looking to volunteer e.g. Oxford City, Abingdon, Thame, etc? *
Please note that Cherwell and West Oxfordshire each have their own Volunteer Centre - contact www.vlu.org.uk in West Oxfordshire and www.volunteerconnect.org.uk in Cherwell for support volunteering in these areas.
Do you have a driving licence? *
Do you have use of a car? *
Please tell us which days of the week and times you are available to volunteer *
Are you looking for a one-off opportunity (e.g. a one day event) or more regular volunteering? *
Please use the space below to tell us of any groups or issues that you would be interested in volunteering with e.g. children, mental health, sport etc. *
Use the space below to tell us a little about yourself - any past volunteering experience, work experience, hobbies or interests. This information will help us to find the right organisation and opportunity for you. *
Why do you want to volunteer? Please use the space below to tell us what you hope to get from your volunteering and why you feel you want to volunteer. *
Equal Opportunities Monitoring (optional)
This section of the form helps us to understand who volunteers in Oxfordshire. This section of the form is optional. You can answer all, some or none of the questions.
Which ethnic group do you feel you belong to? (select on)
Do you consider yourself to have a disability under the Equality Act?
You’re disabled under the Equality Act 2010 if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities.
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If you wish to, let us know further details about your disability:
What is your employment status? (select one)
Can the Volunteer Centre contact you if we find a suitable opportunity? *
What is your preferred method of contact? *
Would you like to be invited to an appointment at the Volunteer Centre? If not, we can still provide advice via email and phone. *
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