Do you want to volunteer?

Would you be interested in learning some valuable skills while assisting in the growth of the arts locally? Volunteering is a great way of meeting new people or gaining experience to build your CV whilst doing something rewarding that benefits the community, by helping more local people to enjoy arts and culture. Please sign up to the newsletter and join our North Northamptonshire Arts & Culture facebook group to keep up to date with our latest opportunities.

Volunteering at an event

As part of our work, Made With Many host larger events where we may need some help from the community to support audiences in a variety of projects from craft workshops to art festivals. The roles vary from project to project and include supporting visitors at exhibitions or workshops, helping to collect feedback, stewarding and more.

You don’t need to have any previous experience of volunteering and we will work hard to meet any access requirements, such as providing a seated role. Young people aged 16 – 18 may volunteer in pairs and children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult whilst volunteering, if appropriate roles are available.

We are currently looking for volunteers to help at Lantern Making Workshops over the festive period.

If you are interested in volunteering please contact us on info@madewithmany.org

Joining a Community Panel or Forum

Our projects are designed with the community in mind, so we need your voices to help us shape the programme and individual projects. Currently, you can join the Youth Arts & Skills Project or our Black Community Forum who meet regularly in Wellingborough.

Sign up for our e-newsletter to find out when we are recruiting volunteers for community panels as you could be involved in creating extraordinary art and event with the help of mentors, professional artists and the local community.

Helping to spread the word about our opportunities

Being a volunteer ambassador for local arts and sharing our opportunities through your own local networks, might include sharing with groups you attend locally, helping us to get flyers or posters into places that local people will see. You may also use your social media to share our opportunities online from the comfort of your sofa! From time to time we also ask for help with distributing posters, leaflets or brochures to help reach YOUR community and share the work we are doing.

Updated 15th November 2023

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