Volunteer with us

Feel part of a community and make new friends

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Improve self-esteem & learn new skills

Volunteering is great way to feel part of a community, make new friends, improve self-esteem, learn new skills and give people purpose to their lives. It's a powerful way to help others and help yourself too.

We have a range of volunteering opportunities:

Fundraising and Events

Getting involved with fundraising or events is great fun. This could be from helping out at one of our local fundraising events, coming up with your own ideas to raise money and awareness or even running a marathon!
Our trustees have responsibility for running our charity. They are all people from our community who use their skills and experience to make our organisation a continuing success.

Administration Help

Help out in one of our friendly offices.

Communications & Social Media

Help promote the many different activities going on. This could be using our website, Facebook and other social media.

Secretary to the Board

We are looking for a Volunteer Secretary for the Board to fulfil the administrative requirements to support the Board.

You will be working closely with the Chair of the Board and our Chief Executive to provide timely and accurate administrative and clerical support prior to and following Board meetings. You will also be required to attend these meetings to take minutes.

Please see the Role Description and Person Specification for more information or email employment@nsmind.org.uk  

Please use our volunteer application form to apply for this role, CV applications will not be accepted.

Volunteer Counsellor

Counselling is a more formal role and we can only accept volunteer counsellors who are either in training or fully qualified at Diploma/Masters Level in Counselling. Further information can be found in our Volunteer Counsellor Role Description

Any other ideas?

Do you have any ideas that would make volunteering with us appeal to you? Please tell us if there is something you would really like to try.

If you want to talk to someone about the roles get in touch on 01782 262100 or email info@nsmind.org.uk