You can help us to help more children and young people by volunteering with us. We welcome volunteers from all walks of life and you don’t need any specific qualifications or experiences.
You’ll receive volunteer training that will prepare you for success and you’ll have the support of the Peer Power team during your time with us.
Volunteers must be over 18 to apply, there is no upper age-limit.
You will need to provide two professional/academic references, complete training and attend an informal interview.
DBS (police) checks are mandatory for all volunteers and we will cover the cost of this.
Recruiting new Trustee’s:
As a Trustee, you’ll help to set the strategic direction of Peer Power alongside our beneficiaries. You will be offered a comprehensive induction, training and ongoing support from a passionate and diverse team. Being a trustee will hone your leadership skills and develop your knowledge of governance and the responsibility of charity status.
What are we looking for?
Trustees with experience, skills and knowledge of one or more of the following
- Lived Experience (adversity, trauma, experience of health, justice or social care agencies)
- Human Resources (HR)
- Fundraising (events, donor management, public fundraising, crowdfunding, commissioning)
- IT and Systems
- Arts, Media, Culture
We welcome applications from all and especially those from under-represented communities and those who have overcome significant adversity in their lives.
Charity experience is desirable, but not essential. More important is a commitment to our mission and our values, which are found here.
All information about the roles and how to apply can be found here
Closing Date 13th February 2020.
Our volunteering opportunities are also posted at Reach