We value our volunteers and seek to ensure their roles are rewarding and beneficial to all. Humankind holds the Investors in Volunteers accreditation.
People who spend time volunteering with Humankind are treated with respect and are considered very much part of our team. We couldn't do our work with our volunteers and we understand that they bring their experience to enhance our services.
We are committed to the Investing In Volunteers' standard.
We can offer great volunteering opportunities which are fulfilling and rewarding and which can lead to paid employment with us or elsewhere.
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Humankind holds the Investors in Volunteers accreditation which recognises our commitment to providing an all round volunteer experience. We employ a dedicated Volunteer Coordinator and all projects have a volunteer lead.
During 2016/17 our volunteers contributed a total of 13,284 hours of their own time, supporting Humankind to achieve its mission and vision, on average we had 74 active volunteers in post at any one time.
See Siobhan's story - She started out as a volunteer and has now got a job. Siobhan says volunteering with Humankind's WY-FI project had given her "some self worth..." It had "Given me a voice, installed some hope in me that I could go on eventually to do what I’ve just done and gain employment."
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Humankind offer a variety of roles and opportunities for its volunteers. These range from advocate to researcher, admin support to peer mentor, group facilitator to data entry and fundraiser to complimentary therapist. Humankind are keen to support volunteers in achieving their end goal, whether that is to gain skills and experience or to be ready for paid employment. We want to make sure you enjoy your role and get the most out of volunteering with us.
Our Peer Mentoring course is highly successful in equipping people for the rewarding challenges ahead.
For latest volunteer roles please see our recruitment website mydisc jobs
Our volunteers grow with their commitment