The volunteers are kind and know what they are talking about - Young person
Just Drop-In is proud to be anchored within its local community, providing local services for local people. Volunteers often provide the bedrock that makes this happen and we couldn’t offer the services we do without them.
Volunteers work across all our Services including Counselling, Foundations and Well-Being Groups. Professionals also volunteer their specialist skills behind the scenes and we are strengthened by their specialist knowledge and abilities. We are proud to have over 50 Volunteers selflessly giving their time to children and young people.
We are firmly committed to diversity in all areas of our work. We believe we have much to learn and profit from diverse cultures and perspectives.
We welcome volunteers of any age, background or experience.
Each year we support up to 3 Trainee Counsellors a year with a placement as part of our commitment to strengthen the counselling community.
Unfortunately we cannot support any new trainees in 2020 due to Covid Restrictions and we will review our position in early 2021
We greatly benefit from a team of qualified volunteer counsellors who devote half a day to a day a week volunteering their skills to support 4 young people to access counselling.
In return we pay supervision fees, expenses and provide some amazing development opportunities.
If you are qualified and want to volunteer contact email@example.com
Well-being Services Volunteer
We have a team of up to 30 volunteers from all walks of life who support young people to make positive changes in their lives. We have a range of volunteering opportunities including practical support, group work and mentoring.
We provide training and support for all of our roles and volunteers report high satisfaction in volunteering.
Current vacancies: Wellbeing Mentor Volunteer Opportunity!
We are looking for enthusiastic members of the community to join our team of Wellbeing Volunteers. Wellbeing Mentors will be matched with a young person, and work on a one to one basis over the telephone, online (where the young person is aged 18+), and in special circumstances, face to face.
All candidates will be required to go through an application process which includes an informal discussion, an application form, interview, 2 references and a DBS check. If you’re interested in volunteering get in touch with Faye on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information have a look at our Volunteer Wellbeing Mentor Role Description
The work of the charity is governed by a dedicated and skilled group of Trustees.
Trustee recruitment is by invite only, but if you think you have unique skills that could help safeguard the present and future of our organisation then please get in touch, asking to speak to the Chief Officer Ann Wright.
Professional Volunteer/other opportunities
Our charity is made stronger by our professional volunteers who contribute specialist skills behind the scenes. From DIY to HR support our amazing volunteers who support the management team to deliver their functions effectively, which in turn helps them to help young people.
If you have a specialist skill and time to donate then get in touch, asking to speak to the Chief Officer Ann Wright.
Just Drop-In strives to match its volunteer’s commitment by providing quality volunteering Support in return. We provide:
- A named point of contact in the Service to ensure you get the best out of your volunteering.
- A dynamic and interesting training programme (click here)
- Reimbursement of expenses
- Social events and opportunities to make new friends.
- Opportunities to try new things and learn new skills.
- We can provide references for volunteers who have given over 6 months of their time to the organisation.
- Oodles and oodles of job satisfaction and many smiles