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

People Powered Recovery report published today

22 January 2018

Step Together is proud to have contributed to People Powered Recovery , a report published today by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Complex Needs and Dual Diagnosis.

The report says that services for people with complex issues, such as addiction combined with mental health problems, could be transformed through social action.

Addiction and mental illness are still hugely stigmatised with people frequently not receiving the support they need because services...

Could you help us? Volunteers needed for project helping wounded Service Personnel and Veterans

16 January 2018

Every year, Step Together helps over 300 wounded, injured and sick Service Personnel and Veterans across the UK rebuild their lives, through one-to-one support and active engagement in the local community. In partnership with the Ministry of Defence and Help for Heroes, Step Together provides volunteering support to all Personnel Recovery Centres.

Step Together are now launching a new part of this programme, Veterans in Volunteering (ViV), which offers veterans and others with...

Sir David Latham: How community volunteering can prevent re-offending

13 December 2017

While I was handling criminal cases as a barrister, judge and in the Court of Appeal, I was aware that the critical time for offenders is the period straight after they leave the system. People with a history of convictions must find an ‘anchor’ to make that change to a life without crime. And the longer it takes them to find this anchor or purpose, the more likely it is they will return to prison.

As former Chair of the Parole Board for England and Wales, it was clear to me that the...

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