Be a funder

Help us to tackle today’s social issues through volunteering

TimeBank's volunteering projects tackle big social issues head on.  We're always testing and piloting new ways of using volunteers to make a difference to society and our communities.

We also work with businesses to encourage their employees to volunteer. Often that first taste of employee volunteering can lead to a life-long commitment. 

If you’d like to find out more about how you could support our work, please contact Mark Wardman.

Our current projects:

Our mentoring projects support some of the most vulnerable groups in our society – young people living with mental health issues, young women who are leaving care, carers who are struggling with the stresses and strains of caring, ex-servicemen and women who are finding it difficult to adjust to civilian life and long-term UK residents who cannot speak English to name just a few. 

We do this in a variety of ways, from face to face mentoring for a few hours each month to offering online support to carers who find it difficult to make appointments outside the home. We also support small charities and social enterprises with business mentoring, and we work with businesses to engage their staff in volunteering too.

We all need support from someone else at some point in our lives. Mentoring is one of the best ways to change a person’s life – and it’s incredibly rewarding. See our mentoring projects to find out more.

Read more about our achievements over the last 19 years.