It’s important to communicate with the charity if you think you don’t have the right skills. This may occur when you (and the community group) find out more about the project requirements. If you don’t have the right skills, you might want to work together with the charity to re-scope the project. This is still very helpful. You may also be able to identify a colleague or friend with the right skills, or ask Goodcompany to help the charity to find a volunteer with the right skills.
Articles in this section
- Can I apply as a team?
- Why should I volunteer?
- What types of volunteering are there?
- How do I apply for a volunteer opportunity?
- Are there any special requirements for volunteering?
- How much time do I have to commit to the project?
- How can I track how much time I've given?
- Do I need to pay to apply for a volunteering role?
- Who can volunteer via GoodCompany?
- This is my first time skilled volunteering, what is it?