We are looking for women volunteers with passion and commitment to represent our diverse community and join our team. This is a rewarding volunteering opportunity to be part of an organisation that provides a high quality support service.
Volunteers will be working on the telephone helpline and our email support services. Volunteers can also contribute to decision-making, activism, campaigning, publicity and fundraising for our organisation. No previous experience is needed, as training is provided. The training programme runs over 6 months and it is accredited by OCN London.
We welcome women from all diverse backgrounds and experiences. We particularly welcome applications from women from black and minority ethnic communities. This post is restricted to female applicants only under Schedule 9, part 1, Equalities Act 2010
Volunteer Training Autumn 2021 is now closed
Our next round of volunteer training will take place in September 2022
Please see application packs below:
If you would like more information or a chat about volunteering with DRCSAS please contact Mandy Barnes, Volunteer and Training Manager, on 01392 208756 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to apply to volunteer with DRCSAS please download and return the application form, individual needs and equal opportunities form to email@example.com
Volunteers are the beating heart of our organisation
Volunteers deliver our helpline and email support services, contribute to decision-making, support our activism, help our campaigning, promote our publicity and fundraise for us.
I feel so well supported in my role here and I never feel I have to go looking for that support.
I feel a valued member of the organisation
It's a really caring and supportive organisation.
Hugely value working with DRCSAS, feel so proud to be part of it. An amazing organisation, love working with all the staff, volunteers and service users.
The initial volunteer training was an excellent experience. Very well done. I felt supported and encouraged to expand my ideas.
DRCSAS is amazing in so many ways and I feel volunteering here has really changed my life, and continues to be somewhere I often feel safe, valued and empowered, which I often don’t feel in many other areas of my life <3