Volunteer with Heritage Doncaster

Volunteering with Heritage Doncaster is a way to use your skills, discover new ones, share your passion for the past and have fun. Volunteers are vital to support the service and opportunities are varied.

What do volunteers do?

Heritage Doncaster includes Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery, Doncaster Archives and Local Studies and Cusworth Hall & Park. We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities available across our sites.  Volunteers can get involved with activities both behind the scenes and with the public.  We also offer the chance to help with the continued restoration of Cusworth Park as a volunteer gardener.

 

Why volunteer with us?

We aim to offer volunteer opportunities that are interesting and fun and can often help to build your CV.

Volunteering with Heritage Doncaster is a great way to build skills and confidence and to learn something new.  It's a great way to meet new people, and we hold volunteer socials throughout the year, including trips, picnics and coffee mornings.

Find out more about volunteering with us on the Heritage Doncaster website.

How to apply

If you wish to apply to volunteer with Heritage Doncaster please click here and complete the application form.

If you would like a paper copy of the application form please contact us on heritagevolunteering@doncaster.gov.uk

We will try to contact you within 2 weeks of receiving your form to let you know what the next steps are to getting started.

Please note: We are unable to accept volunteers under the age of 18. If you are under 18, and have a family member over the age of 18, this could be sibling, parent, grandparent, aunt, cousin etc, who may be interested in volunteering alongside you, we will accept applications as part of our family volunteering program.

What our volunteers say 

Lynda, volunteer for the 1914-18 project says:
“I volunteered to work as part of the research, digitisation and events team. I’ve learnt a host of new skills and made use of the ones I already had. Volunteering got me out of the rut I was falling into after my parents died, giving me a new interest and a new enthusiasm.”

Mat, research and digitisation volunteer says:
“It's always nice to have a reason to get out of the house and mix with people, and it has taught me a lot of research-based skills you don't learn at school or university. Doing local history is a great way to get to know my hometown better too.”

Contact us

If you would like more information about volunteering with us please contact us:

Last updated: 24 June 2018 14:15:38