Volunteering with Sound Architect is a great way to make friends and feel part of an enthusiastic team whilst giving something back to your community.
But it’s not just worthwhile, volunteering can be fantastic fun and hugely rewarding. If you’re job hunting or thinking about returning to work after a break, then learning new skills and working as part of a team is an excellent way of gaining confidence and demonstrating your ability to employers.
For details of current volunteering opportunities please phone 07592 021590“Visiting the National Archives at Kew was a fascinating experience and now I know what to do, I plan to go back again and research some of my family’s history. Please let me know when I can help on another project.” “As a school governor, to visit the school and listen to their various visitors talking to them about their area of interest and to see how much the children engaged with the project and actually knew what they were talking about, gave me a great sense of pride in the work they were doing and that I, in my small way, had helped by contributing some of the research I had done.” ” Having moved here from London recently this meant I had no knowledge of the area, its history or connections with the community but this project enabled me to feel part of a community and get in touch with the history of the Ashdown Forest area, Crowborough and surrounding villages.“