If you are thinking about volunteering with us the first step would be to attend one of our Volunteer Information Evenings. This is an opportunity to find out more about how we work and the different roles available.
Following the Information Evening you will be invited to submit an application form and attend an informal interview. If you are applying for a frontline role in our Drop-in service or on our Outreach Van you would also need to attend a full-day Induction training.
One25 Volunteer Information Evening is an opportunity to find out more about how we work and the different roles available although please note that we are currently prioritising the recruitment of front-line volunteers for our drop-in, including creative activity volunteers and volunteer cooks.
Information evening: Tuesday 22 May, 6.00pm to 8.00pm
Application deadline: Monday 4 June, 5.00pm
Induction day: Thursday 5 July, 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Email us if you’d like to book on to the information evening with your contact details including your phone number.
We are looking for new volunteers to join our Drop-in Volunteer team, helping us to make sure that the drop-in space is a warm, homely, friendly and safe space for the vulnerable women that access it. Volunteers provide a supportive listening ear to the women accessing the drop-in, and also help us with practical tasks.
This is a front-line role open to women only. You need to be aged 20 or above and able to attend an full-day Induction (dates below).
We are looking for Volunteer Cooks to help us provide home cooked meals to women accessing our drop-in service. You would need to feel confident cooking a meal and dessert for up to 20 people and have a basic knowledge of food hygiene principles.
This is not a front-line role and we welcome applications from both women and men. You need to be aged 18 or above to apply for this role.
We are looking for volunteers with office, IT, administrative and organisational skills who would like to join our fun and friendly team and use their skills to make a difference to some of the most vulnerable women in our city. As an Office Support & Admin Volunteer you could be answering the phone, dealing with email enquiries, updating our database, supporting a specific service or piece of work, or providing general administrative support where it is most needed.
We have opportunities for volunteers who can offer a few hours a week on a regular basis, or the option to join our pool of volunteers if you would like to help out on an occasional basis but can’t commit to a regular time.
Office Support and Admin Volunteering is not a front-line role and we welcome applications from both women and men. You need to be aged 18 or above to apply for these roles.
There are no volunteer vacancies on our outreach van at present and there is a waiting list for this role.
Before attending an information evening, please read our Volunteer Policy, Christian Ethos paper and Equality and Diversity Policy below. We also have some FAQs. If you have questions not answered there, please email email@example.com.
Got a question? Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.
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