Step Together | Transforming lives through volunteering

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

A confidence boost for Sophia

7 August 2017

Sophia is in care and has been most of her life. Before meeting Step Together she struggled to fill her time and was very quiet in new situations. Volunteering was not something Sophia had ever thought someone like her could do. She didn’t know anyone who volunteered and she was uncertain about it.

After chatting with Sheri from Step Together, Sophia was interested to find out more about volunteering with young people or elderly people. They looked at different options and Sophia...

Meet Lorna - Volunteering Project Manager, Tidworth

2 August 2017

Lorna is based in Tedworth House and works on our programme supporting wounded, injured and sick (WIS) service personnel and veterans. She talks to us about her role at Step Together, as well as sharing a few interesting facts about herself!

Who has been the most memorable client?

Probably a very young and high spirited soldier, whom I shall call Andrew. Having served in the Army myself for 16 years, I recognised the type of character he was –friendly and really enthusiastic...

Finding a new path - Ben's story

26 July 2017

Unexpectedly faced with medical discharge from the army, Ben had no idea about finding employment or what his future would look like.

Ben met Sophie from Step Together Volunteering, through his Personnel Recovery Officer. Although interested in the idea of volunteering, he still had no particular direction in mind and was initially concerned about how his ankle injury and mobility would affect potential opportunities.

Sophie was there to offer support and reassurance and...

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