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 front line role in our drop-in service or on our outreach van you would also need to attend a full-day induction training.
Information evening: Monday 28th January 2019 Click here to book your place
Please note that this information session is for potential volunteers interested in Drop-in Volunteer Cooking and/or Office Support and Admin roles only. We have no volunteer vacancies in our Drop-in or on our Outreach Van at present.
Do you have financial experience in the business or charity sector? Do you strongly support One25’s aims and ethos? If you can answer yes to both of these questions, then we want to hear from you. Find out more
Our team of cooks prepare home cooked meals for women attending drop-in sessions. You would need to be confident cooking a two course meal for 20+ women and available for at least one session each month for at least a year. Cooking sessions are 10.30am to 1.00pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Fridays. We welcome both women and men for this role. You would need to be aged 18 or above and willing to complete an online Food Hygiene qualification.
Volunteers with office, IT, administrative and organisational skills can join our fun and friendly team and use their skills to make a difference to some of the most vulnerable women in our city. You could be answering the phone, dealing with email enquiries, updating our database, supporting a specific service or piece or work and providing general administrative support where it is most needed.
The drop-in volunteer team helps us to make sure that the drop-in is a warm, homely, friendly and safe space for vulnerable women. Volunteers provide a supportive listening ear to the women accessing the drop-in, and also help us with practical tasks. You would need to be available for at least one session each month for at least a year. Drop-in volunteer sessions are 12pm to 4pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. This front line role is open to women only, aged 20 years or above.
There are no volunteer vacancies for drop-in at present. If you wish to be contacted when we are recruiting again for this role, please register your interest here.
One25’s outreach service is often how women first make contact with us, meeting us on our fully equipped outreach van. Three volunteers go out on the van at night and meet women’s basic needs by providing nutritious food, First Aid, warm clothing, condoms, safety alarms etc. They provide the chance to talk and get advice in a safe space and encourage women to get more in-depth help by visiting our drop-in or seeing a caseworker. You can be a van volunteer or a van driver volunteer. You would need to be available for at least one shift each month for at least a year. Shifts are 8.45pm to midnight on Monday to Thursday nights and 8.45pm to 1.30am on Friday nights. This role front-line role is open to women only, aged 25 years or above.
There are no volunteer vacancies on our outreach van at present. If you wish to be contacted when we are recruiting again for this role, please register your interest here.
Before attending an information evening, please read our Volunteer Policy, Christian Ethos paper and Equality and Diversity Policy below.
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