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How you can support us


Maldon and District CVS, a cornerstone of community support and voluntary sector advocacy since its establishment in 2001, is at risk of closure due to the loss of long-standing funding from Essex County Council.

For over two decades, Maldon and District CVS has been instrumental in providing crucial services to hundreds of charities. In the past twelve months over 380 hours of free consultancy support was provided to the local sector and support given to over 200 residents living throughout the district of Maldon via the charity’s projects.

Essex County Council is now withdrawing vital funding for local charities, including £53,000 for Maldon and District CVS, as it moves instead to a countywide model for providing charity support services.

Maldon and District CVS is a registered charity at the heart of the local community. Any donation received will help us to continue to support communities across Maldon District to grow and thrive for the benefit of all.

To make a donation


Please send a cheque made payable to Maldon and District CVS to

Maldon and District CVS
Maldon Council offices
Princes Road

CAF Donate

Please use the below link to donate to MDCVS through the Charities Aid Foundation’s online using your credit or debit card.


You can support Maldon and District CVS by volunteering with us. Volunteering can be rewarding and satisfying providing a sense of purpose. We are always on the lookout for volunteers, whether that’s helping in one of our projects, or becoming a micro volunteer to support one-off or irregular tasks.

Here are our volunteering roles that you could support us with:

Micro Volunteering Roles:

To find out more about these roles click here.


Maldon and District CVS is managed by a board of trustees who give their time voluntarily to govern the charities activities and management and provide support to the staff team.

There are currently nine trustees on the board with a range of skills and interests ranging from relevant professional experience to local knowledge and voluntary sector involvement. Our governing document allows for a maximum of twelve and new applications are always welcomed

Potential Trustees will be asked to attend an informal interview and supply two references. You will also be invited to attend a taster board meeting to meet the board and ask questions.

If you are interested in joining the Trustee board you can complete the below application form or contact MDCVS District Sarah Troop on 01621 732251 or

Application Form

Staff vacancies

We are currently recruiting for staff and volunteers.

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