Become a Volunteer
You can make a difference and volunteer for one of our life changing projects.
We have a number of opportunities at the moment so have a look at the descriptions below and have a think about where you could fit in the A Way Out team!
Reload is our Youth Project and we have various opportunities for you within this work!
- HALO (Helping And Loving Others) is our new Social Action project working to engage young people in supporting and loving their community. We are looking for practical people to get involved and work with the team alongside young people. Click the link for more info HALO
- RELOAD is looking for volunteers to support them on a Thursday afternoon to run the drop in session, running indoor and outdoor games and activities, crafts and a tuck shop. Click the link for more info RELOAD
- Primary School Support – The Reload team are supporting a local primary school with lunchtime activities and one to one reading support for selected children. Click the link for more info Primary School Volunteer
To get involved with these opportunities, please complete our Volunteer Application form and return
A Marketing Volunteer offers support across the charity for the important task of letting people know who A Way Out are and what we do. They communicate with as many people as possible sharing our message of love, hope and freedom.
It will involve working closely with the fundraising team, the CEO, and having the right voice, approach, information and style to reach different groups of people. Awareness of the charity can lead to financial returns, support and help us become more accessible.
There are all sorts of things we can do to encourage people to get involved, from social media presence to emails, newsletters and invitations to events. But how can we turn a twitter follower into a regular giver?
Role Description: Marketing Volunteer
A Volunteer Employment Buddy offers practical support to women looking to enter the job market to become more confident and employable. The Employment Buddy will operate in a live working environment helping develop employment skills and building rapport with the trainee. An Employment Buddy can provide practical support and will at all times, be sensitive to, and guided by, the needs of the individual. Together, the Employment Buddy and trainee will work on communication skills, customer service and sales skills within the food business. Once a relationship is built between the Employment Buddy and trainee, the aim is to explore what they are hoping to achieve in life, in both the short-term and the long-term and put an action plan in place to work towards these goals.
Monday – Friday, 09:30am – 1.30pm
Role description: Employment Buddy