New Years Resolution – Volunteer with us!

It’s that time of year again where some of you might be setting yourself a New Year’s Resolution. Why not make yours to Volunteer!

There are 11 Scout Groups and 5 Explorer Units in Crawley. To help us continue offering fantastic activities and delivering Skills for Life we really could do with some extra adult help.

You may ask yourself, what will I get out of Scouting

Scouting offers you the chance to build on personal skills like teamwork, confidence, and leadership. A study found that over 90% of our volunteers believe that the skills and experiences gained through Scouting have been of relevance to their working or personal lives. You can also gain externally recognised skills through our amazing training scheme, and you’re guaranteed to have a brilliant time!

What might I be doing?

We have some really exciting opportunities for new volunteers at the moment, you could become an activity hero with our Beavers, Cubs or Scouts where you help our Young People learn new skills from circus skills, to photography and have a great time in the process.

Maybe if outdoors is more your thing you might prefer to go camping, climbing, potholing, or lead community projects while transforming young people’s lives. By volunteering with our Explorers, you will do all of this and more, using your skills and learning new ones. What we can guarantee is that no two weeks are the same!

Maybe you’d be up for helping to organise a fundraising event to help us provide the Young People with the funds to take part in fantastic activities and camps. Or perhaps you could join our supporters who help to manage our administration, finances, and buildings.

These are just a few of the roles we have available and we can find a role to meet anyone’s requirements. You don’t have to make a weekly time commitment, it could be monthly, termly, or annually.

Current Volunteer Vacancies

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