We firmly believe that volunteers offer a valuable contribution to the services provided by Carolina House Trust.
A volunteer is a person who freely gives their time, skills and experience without expectation of financial reward. Volunteering can take many forms. Some tasks require particular skills, whereas others require none. Volunteering may be for a limited time to complete a particular project or may be on an ongoing basis.
We currently have vacancies for Volunteer Befrienders. Befrienders support young care leavers aged 16-25 to build up their confidence, self esteem and social skills. They do this by providing a listening ear and encouraging and supporting the young person to get out and about in their community, rediscovering old interests or hobbies or developing new ones.
For more information contact us on 01382 561279 or email email@example.com.
As volunteering will involve regular contact with children, young people and/or vulnerable adults, it is a requirement that such a check is carried out, and a satisfactory result received.