TimeBank has run many projects over the last 14 years.
Here are just some of ways in which we have used volunteering projects to tackle complex social issues.
A nationwide refugee mentoring programme
Our acclaimed mentoring project for young people recovering from mental health problems
TimeBank started Junction49 in 2007 to encourage and inspire young people to set up social action projects on the issues that matter to them. TimeBank loves to try out new ideas like this and grow them into really successful projects. Junction49 will now be developed further by vinspired, the national young volunteers service and you can find the website here
Digitall matched young people aged between 18-25 in one-to-one mentoring relationships with older people aged 45 and above, to help tackle social and digital exclusion
Our mentoring project that supported parents to get to grips with computers and the internet
Provided free information, advice and guidance to refugees in England wanting to become qualified teachers, or work in other support roles.If if you’d like to find out more, visit the Refugees into Teaching website