Success Stories

 

Below are the Success Stories of amazing people across Hertfordshire who volunteer their time to support their local community. They all discovered their diverse volunteer roles through #TeamHerts Volunteering (#THV). #THV are passionate about championing and celebrating volunteers across the county and we would love to hear from YOU! To share your Success Story simply complete our brief Google form by clicking here.

Marian is an inspiring volunteer who volunteers for a range of organisations in lots of different ways. We spoke to Marion to hear all about ther fantastic volunteering journey

#TeamHerts Volunteering have recently joined in partnership with North Herts College as part of the brilliant Give a Future campaign

 Geraldine tells #THV about how her volunteering role has progressed over the years.

Having committed approximately 20 years to supporting Girlguiding, it's fair to say that Helen is an inspiration to many!

#TeamHerts Volunteering put a call out for local people to support their local community transport schemes by becoming volunteer drivers

Graham tells us about what he loves about being a community car driver and volunteering in his local community in Dacorum

Taz tells us about his and wife Jackie's experience volunteering during COVID and why he would recommend others volunteer too!

Steve tells us about his experience volunteering at his local vaccine centre in Bishops Stortford. 

Tina is a young Trustee for North Herts CVS, we had a chat with her to find out why she loves volunteering

Hannah tells #THV about what she loves about volunteering

Adriana signed up to volunteer to help that affected by Covid-19. We spoke to her to find out what she has gained from the experience

Rebecca was furoughed due to Covid-19 and decided to use her professional skills to support a local charity

Rob Farrow a long term community transport driver tells us about his experience volunteering and how he is supporting his local community

 North Herts Crusaders had their season put on hold by Covid-19. They decided to be proactive in supporting their community by volunteering their time and skills to help those most in need.

All Sorts Dementia Group is a fun & relaxed group located in Ware for people with mild to moderate Dementia who want to socialise in an understanding environment whilst loved ones gain much-needed breaks from their caring roles. One of their volunteers tells us about their time volunteering with All Sorts.

The Shared care scheme gives support to families with children and young people under 18, who have learning or physical disabilities. Ann tells #TeamHerts Volunteering her story of being a volunteer.