I Want to Volunteer
Thrive highly values the work of volunteers, which greatly enhances our capacity to deliver services that empower and enable people to live safely, and free from abuse.
We recognise that volunteers need to be trained and managed, just as other members of the team, and have a volunteering policy to ensure that the working relationship is clear and rewarding for all parties.
Our current volunteering opportunities are listed below.
How to Apply
Please email a completed application form and equal opportunities form to email@example.com.
For further information and guidance please contact Antonia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Administration Volunteer
Your role will be to volunteer within our organisation to support the administration of our busy team of specialist support staff. You will welcome visitors to our office and assist the team to maintain a friendly, organised and efficient office environment. Your role will include answering the phone and taking messages, welcoming visitors, and completing administrative tasks such as filing and creating packs for service delivery. You will also assist with inputting information on our IT systems and support us to collect service monitoring feedback.
Group Work Volunteer
Your role will be to volunteer within our adult and/or children and young person survivor groups, providing facilitation assistance to our team of specialist support staff. You will work alongside us at a variety of community venues during training, meetings, and events; helping to set up venues and ensure things run smoothly. The role includes stocking refreshment areas, making drinks, preparing resources and chatting with attendees to help them to feel at ease.
This volunteering opportunity is specifically for individuals who have skills they would like to share. Whether your skill is in a specific craft, activity, exercise or hobby, your role will be to demonstrate and teach new activities at a variety of community venues to groups of adults and/or children and young people who are survivors.