Hastings Voluntary Action says a big thank-you to the army of local volunteers

Hastings Voluntary Action (HVA) has worked with a local photographer to capture portraits of volunteers from organisations across Hastings to celebrate Volunteers Week 2021.

These images shared on HVA’s website and social media pages are part of a wider campaign to thank volunteers for their commitment to helping others during lockdown.

Steve Manwaring, CEO of HVA, says: “National Volunteers Week is a perfect opportunity to thank and celebrate the work of local people who give up their time to support our local community organisations.

“Hastings has an amazing network of community organisations supported by teams of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds. Our town would not be the same without them and I am proud on behalf of the Voluntary sector to be leading HVA’s recognition of these exceptional people.”

Just a few of our local volunteers.
Photo credit: Keith Tate

Hastings Voluntary action says it, ‘connects’ volunteers with organisations that need them and last year helped hundreds of people to volunteer in the local area.

For further information on volunteering in Hastings & St Leonards visit www.hastingsvoluntaryaction.org.uk/news/volunteering

To register as a volunteer, sign up on the HVA website via:
www.hastingsvoluntaryaction.org.uk/content/register-volunteer

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