Mental health support network for PWWP

Mental health illness support network for People working with people


SCVS’s Volunteering Section is committed to furthering the effectiveness and capacity of the Voluntary Sector in Swansea by:

  • Offering advice, guidance and information to members of the public who would like to volunteer
  • Offering a range of services to organisations who use volunteers in their work.

These pages give details of the services you can access through SCVS’ Volunteering Section, but if you would like further information on anything concerning the Voluntary Sector in Swansea, please call or email us on: 01792 544000,

Dynamic individual needed for volunteer work with Swansea Mind:
Are you a good listener?
Do you have a few hour to spare?
Do you wish to help out in your communitiy?
Do you have an interest in mental health issues?
Do you want to meet new people?
If yes, call or email for an informal chat about the possibility of supporting a local charity.
01792 642999 0r email on
Registers charity charity No 226732
  • Greatest Gift Campaign:
Volunteering opportunities:
To support SNAP cymru to deliver services to these children families:
Help with Charity Business
Help with IT Development ,Be Helpline Volunteer
Become a casework Volunteer
Become an Advocate
Organize an event
Tell others about SNAP
They need you,r time to help families in your community.
To Gift your time contact:
SNAP Cymru
Acorn Business Cetre
250 Carmathen Road
Swansea SA1 1HG
e-mail      OR  TO MAKE A DONATION visit there website:

There are hundreds of volunteering opportunities in Swansea!

vol wales bookmark revisedTo browse these opportunities visit: www.volunteering-wales.netOr please use the links to the left to find out more about why you should consider getting involved in volunteering.


New opportunities to find out more about volunteering if you are a young person:

SCVS’ Youth Volunteering Development Officer will be available to discuss the huge variety of volunteering opportunities available to you at our new drop in sessions at Info-Nation and EYST (Ethnic Youth Support Team).

Felicitie will be available on a number of Wednesdays between 3.00 and 5.00pm at Info-Nation, 47 The Kingsway, Swansea. If you are unable to drop in, every other drop in session will be a NEW Live Facebook Chat, between 3.30 and 4.30pm. Just add Info-Nation as a friend and they will alert you when Flik is online. She will also be available on the first Thursday of each month at EYST, Unit B, 11 St Helen‘s Road, Swansea – for full details, click here

To find out more, contact Felicitie Walls at SCVS on 01792 544030, or email:

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