Volunteer for Wellbeing
What Volunteer Roles do we offer?
- Befriender – one to one arrangement over six months
- Social Shoppers – helping and supporting people with all aspects of shopping needs
- One Off Task Volunteer– responding to specific requests for help
- Intergenerational Group Supervisors –supporting young people to volunteer in their local nursing homes and hospitals
- Community Connectors – supporting people to access activities and services in their community
- Drivers – helping people to access what’s going on in their communities
- Activity Supervisor -organising and supporting interest and activity Groups
Qualities and skills that we look for in our Volunteers
- Demonstrate a sensitive and caring attitude towards others.
- Have good communication skills and an ability to listen.
- Be trustworthy and reliable
- Be accepting of other people’s different attitudes, lifestyle and opinions.
- Have a good level of self-awareness
What can we offer you?
- Volunteer training to suit the role.
- Ongoing support.
- Reimburse volunteer expenses e.g. lunches, entrance fees, bus fares or fuel costs.
- Opportunities to access additional training e.g. First Aid, Mental Health, Disability Awareness, Dementia Awareness
- Provide you with a reference (after a minimum of 3 months volunteering with us).
Could you be a Volunteer with Strive Wellbeing?
Our Volunteers come from all walks of life with a wide range of skills and experiences. They can be anyone over the age of 18 who enjoy meeting people and making a difference in the lives of others.
No formal qualifications are necessary but we do ask for two references and completion of a PVG Disclosure form to become a member of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme.Download Volunteer Application Form
Download Volunteer Policies