Brent Council Employee Volunteering Scheme

Volunteering Brent is supporting Brent Council to find staff opportunities to volunteer within the local community.

All sorts of roles are available, and you can split your three days of volunteering time! 

If you are a Brent Council Employee and want to volunteer?

1) Please complete the volunteer online registration via  volunteer log in

When registering: 

2) You must also use your Brent Council e-mail address

3) Please ensure you select 'Employee Scheme - Brent Council' option in the drop-down menu 

4) Please use the Brent Civic Centre address and postcode

5) Follow the internal procedures described in the policy – see Brent Council's intranet page for more details or get in touch with Carolina, the Volunteer Brokerage Coordinator, on 0300 365 9920 or

See available roles below or search for more here

Sufra NW London is a community hub that provides crisis and long-term support to disadvantaged individuals and families living in poverty. It is a Food Bank, Community Kitchen, Advice Surgeries, a Refugee Resettlement Programme, the Food Academy, an Employability Programme as well as the Growing Project on St. Raphael's Edible Garden. They need volunteers to help set up an exciting food growing project help with basic DIY and learn how to reuse organic waste!

For further details click here

Enjoy the hubbub and teamwork of events or mealtimes? Friendly volunteers are needed to support a daily lunch service by helping in the kitchen, preparing the dining room, and supporting / socialising with people during dinner. The role takes place from 12noon to 2.30pm every weekday – EVS time will need to be split over at least six sessions.

For further details click here

Participate in a schools leadership programme. You will provide high-impact tuition to young people from low-income backgrounds, helping to tackle educational inequality in London. Full training and detailed resources provided, you will tutor a group of three pupils who are currently underperforming and provide them with the academic support, encouragement and inspiration they need to get back on track. You will be expected to volunteer for at least ten weeks (September-December).

For further details click here