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Being a volunteer

Find out what it takes to be a CSSC Volunteer

What do our volunteers do?

Our volunteers are the beating heart of CSSC. They make everything we do possible and turn great ideas into fantastic trips, adventures and events.

You may meet some of our volunteers at our activities, as they’re often there in person to help coordinate, organise and ensure you have a great time. However, they also work tirelessly behind the scenes as well, making sure our events are safe, fun, engaging, well planned and go off without a hitch.

So, whether they’re working on site or behind the scenes, our volunteers are at the centre of everything we do. 

Discover some of the fascinating and varied roles you could soon be taking up with us.  

Hear from our volunteers

#VolunteersMakeItHappen

Volunteer Roles

Board Member
Chairperson
Centurions
Event Organiser
Games Volunteers
Health and Wellbeing Champions
Office Champions
Partner Volunteers
Social Media Officer
Sports Liaison Officer
Sports Organiser
Secretary
Treasurer
Virtual Event Organiser

Get Involved

If you have some spare time on your hands and would like to learn new skills, make great friends and become part of a community, all while helping others to stay healthy and have fun, contact us today at and we’ll be happy help you on your journey to become a CSSC volunteer.

Get in touch today to learn more about what it takes.

Benefits of volunteering

Both CSSC and our members benefit hugely from the time, effort and dedication our volunteers give to our events – but what do volunteers get in return?

Having fun

It provides so many opportunities to experience new things and have fun along the way. There’s a huge range of events and activities to choose from.

Being a volunteer means that you can learn new and enhance existing skills, which are also useful and relevant for the workplace as a great way to boost your CV.

Volunteering can also improve your mental health and wellbeing. Studies show it reduces stress and depression and increases self-esteem and life satisfaction.

CSSC is all about uniting members and inspiring them to explore, connect and realise their best self. By volunteering you can improve not only your experiences but make a huge difference to others too.

Become a Member

Join today and become the latest member of the CSSC community!

Helping individuals and families get more out of life since 1921