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At Darlington Building Society we are proud to play an important role in supporting the local community. The Society always aims to make a real difference by focusing on the needs of our members and our communities through supporting local causes in County Durham, North Yorkshire, Teesside.
Now the Society is giving you the chance to make a difference to your local community and to help put smiles on as many faces as possible.
Browse the volunteering opportunities below to start getting involved!

Volunteer Organisation Volunteer Roles Application Details Location

Wide range of roles available in the Hambleton area. All interests are catered for 

- Click here to find out more.

To apply for a volunteer role please click here to download an application form.

Northallerton & Hambleton Area


 Roles are available across County Durham at all levels and in many areas of interest 

- Click here to find out more.

 To apply for a volunteer role please click here to
download an application form.

 County Durham

Various roles are available with focus on using your skills & expertise to help run local cricket clubs in North Yorkshire & South Durham.

 - Click here to find out more (PDF).

 To apply for a volunteer role please click here to
download an application form.

North Yorkshire & County Durham


See how our staff have been getting involved!!!


Society gives time and expertise to community hub

Business hub gets a boost from building society

Building society is a friend of Belmont park


Building Society team members Karen Collingwood and Graham Walker spent a day at the Woodhouse Close Church and Community Centre volunteering their expertise at its credit union and their time to feed around 100 people at the busy lunch club.

They also presented a cheque for £137, which will go towards the running costs of the Proudfoot Drive facility, which offers support to the people of Bishop Auckland and the surrounding areas in many forms, including a food bank, lunch club, meals on wheels, thrift shop and Credit Union.

Building society staff have invested time to help brighten up a County Durham creative business hub and art gallery.

The volunteers from both the Bishop Auckland and Tubwell Row branches of Darlington Building Society swapped paying in books and pens for paint and brushes, as they gave up a day to freshen up The Pod in the town’s Market Place to mark a milestone year.

The Guisborough branch of Darlington Building Society has made a donation from its community fund to help build a new playground.

The £500 donation was made to Friends of Belmont Park Community Group, a local group of residents who are trying to raise enough money to provide a new playground and update the ageing sports facilities in Belmont Park