Volunteer with Wheels for All

Volunteers bring our cycling programmes to life, they make sure everyone feels included, they inspire others, they increase confidence, they maintain bikes and make sure that cycling is accessible to everyone.

We would love for you to join our team of passionate volunteers at Wheels for All and we’re very accommodating to your needs, you can volunteer an hour every so often, on a regular basis at a centre or even from the comfort of your own home.

Listen to what our volunteers are saying about our charity below

Volunteering is a great way to keep projects sustainable as well as having a positive and meaningful impact on your local community. But it’s not only the project you’ll be helping as volunteering has many positive benefits on you too:

  • Learn or develop a new skill through training and practice
  • Play a role in your community
  • Motivation, a sense of achievement and become an inspiration to others
  • Be inspired by others and meet a diverse range of people
  • Gain new experience and improve your CV

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