volunteering with Hope
Volunteering is really important at Hope, which is why we are accredited by NCVO under the Investing in Volunteers scheme for the quality of what we do.
Volunteers fall into three groups, external individual volunteers, service user volunteers, and corporate volunteers.
Between them they do an extraordinary amount of work for Hope, across the whole range of what we do, from working in our kitchen, gardening, befriending homeless people, sorting clothes, painting and decorating, project managing, running groups and classes, fundraising and much more.
We invest in our volunteers with training and rewards, including tea parties and barbecues in recognition of the great work they do. There is a role for anyone with time on their hands. If you have a specific skill, or none, we can find something for you to do!
If you want to volunteer at Hope, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Specific needs or roles may be advertised on our jobs and volunteering page.
John has been a befriender in our day centre for nearly three years. he has become an essential part of the team, making every attendee feel welcome and supported. His word quizzes and games are really popular!
Tom, who works every day in our kitchen gaining new skills and using his time constructively