Englefield Green is a large village in North Surrey in the Runnymede Borough, very close to Royal Holloway University of London. Much history resides within Englefield Green’s borders, for example the Air Forces Memorial commemorates by name over 20,000 airmen who lost their lives during the Second World War. Englefield Green is also supposedly the last place a fatal duel took place in England in 1852. In the present, however, the large village is home to a number of volunteering opportunities to help you, the community and Englefield Green as a whole. Organisations like Next Steps Depression Supportare in the area and are always looking for volunteers to help their cause, which is to help and support anyone with depression in the Woking, Runnymede and surrounding areas. This mission is similar to the direction of the Richmond Fellowship, an organisation which intends to provide supported housing and employment services for those with mental health problems across Surrey. If you wanted to get involved with volunteering with younger people, The Forest Estate Community Hub provide excellent opportunities to volunteer with those aged from 7-11 and 12-14, as the group look to bring the community together through a number of clubs and classes. If you want to volunteer in Englefield Green, the town offers lots of different organisations to volunteer for; getting involved has never been so easy!