Step Together Volunteering helps those people most in need of support to transform their lives

 through community volunteering.  Working through a team of outreach workers we provide tailored 

one-to-one support to help individuals into volunteering placements that match their needs and interests, 

and help them develop the personal and practical skills required to build a more positive future. 




Stepping up to share their achievements 

Our clients tell you - in their own words - the impact Step Together has had on their lives  



Latest news

Meet Roger - Founder & Trustee

18 April 2017

Step Together was created in 1994. We chatted to our founder and trustee, Roger Potter, who tells us his inspiration behind setting up the organisation and how volunteering, as a catalyst for change in people’s lives, has always been at the centre of everything we do.

What’s the story behind starting the charity? What was your inspiration?

I have always believed that young people have something to offer; they represent a vast pool of talent who could make a major...

Planting seeds and growing confidence – Rachel's story

10 April 2017

Rachel was on a course at Tedworth House, a recovery centre for wounded, injured and sick service personnel, when she first met Elaine from Step Together. Elaine had done a presentation to the group about volunteering and Rachel thought it would be a really great way to fill her time whilst she was signed off sick with a variety of health issues.

Rachel first volunteered on a Breaking Ground Heritage archaeological dig on Salisbury Plain. She got stuck in with cleaning the finds, as...

Rooting for a new future - Stefan's Story

7 April 2017

Struggling with learning difficulties, Stefan was bullied throughout his childhood. His parents divorced when he was 19 and feeling as though his life was spiralling out of control, Stefan took an overdose. For many years, Stefan was addicted to alcohol; he was in and out of employment and would steal to fund his drinking habit. This caused a great deal of pain to his family and himself.

At age 33, Stefan was convicted for arson and was sent to prison for 13 years. Although this was...

Latest tweets

Step Together
If you haven't already, you can read our latest supporter newsletter here: Remember to sign up for future editions! 6 hours 54 min ago
Step Together
RT : Ten separate studies showing that volunteering and helping makes you happy - now that's an article we want to share! 11 hours 27 min ago
Step Together
OUT NOW! Latest Spring edition of Step Inside! Sign up for future newsletters or read now using this link: 🌼😀 5 days 4 hours ago

Enter your details to receive all the latest news and information.