We’re marking a significant milestone – 100 years of volunteering by Dot Dot Dot guardians. People we house across the country have collectively given over 160,000 hours to good causes since we launched in 2011. That is the equivalent of a century of full-time work volunteered for charities big and small, contributing in a huge range of ways – from volunteering in schools to running events to tackle isolation and supporting children with their literacy skills.

We are glad to have had the opportunity to support so many people to get involved with projects they care about, to provide them with inexpensive, well-managed homes, and to encourage a sense of community among guardians and across neighbourhoods. We appreciate the growing number of property owners who choose to work with us to ensure that their buildings are managed to a high standard and used in ways which benefit everyone. But the most credit for this volunteering effort must go to the guardians themselves, who consistently exceed our expectations in their commitment to helping others and making a difference.

Read more about our guardians’ volunteering below.

“Becoming a Dot Dot Dot guardian gave me the opportunity for cheaper living in Cambridge, but also the time and motivation to volunteer with Emmaus Cambridge. It’s been a pleasure getting to know all the staff and volunteers and knowing our work is having a positive impact in the community.”

Anna, Dot Dot Dot guardian in Cambridge

“I volunteer remotely for Whisper, a children’s hospital in Uganda. Tasks have ranged from German translation, to web development and fundraising. Being a Dot Dot Dot guardian has given me plenty of space for a nice big office desk, so I can do my volunteering more easily.”

Philip, Dot Dot Dot guardian in Abbey Wood

Read more about our guardians' volunteering

Spotlight on: James – Chatter Chamber

14 December 2018 | Spotlight on, Volunteering blogs

Since becoming a Dot Dot Dot guardian in spring 2018, James has volunteered for over 70 hours for good causes. Find out more about the work he has been doing with Chatter Chamber and how being a Dot Dot Dot guardian has helped his volunteering.

Spotlight on – Angela – Cavendish School

17 December 2018 | Spotlight on, Volunteering blogs

Angela became a Dot Dot Dot guardian in summer 2018, and has since totted up a total of 438 hours volunteering at Cavendish School in south east London. We asked Angela about her highlights and proudest moments of her volunteering experience so far.

Spotlight on: James – Doorstep Library

17 December 2018 | Spotlight on, Volunteering blogs

James has been a Dot Dot Dot guardian for just over a year, and so far has dedicated over 260 hours – the equivalent of a full month of work – to help create positive change in communities in London. Find out more about his volunteering with Doorstep Library.


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