There are a variety of volunteer positions open; community focused fundraising, home-visiting, playgroup support and some admin roles.
The training is free and will take place in Newton Abbot and is for those people wanting to get involved. We run a weekly group for families with young children and also support families in their own homes, for families who are struggling with stress and difficulties of raising families within the area of Teignbridge
- Home-visitor – to read more about this role click here
- Family group – to read more about this role click here
- Fundraising volunteering – to read more about this role click here
- Help out in our office (Admin) – to read more about this role click here
- Volunteer with your company – to read more about this role click here
From only a couple of hours a week of your time, you could help support a family through a difficult time. Our volunteers are the key to our service and as a volunteer you would be non-judgemental, friendly and caring, with an understanding of the pressures of parenting.
All our volunteers are given an extensive preparation course (covering subjects such as safe-guarding, domestic abuse, confidentiality, debt resolution), providing them with solid, transferable skills.
How to join us….
If you’re interested in joining us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can Call 01626 353700 or 07837 946069.
We are always open to anyone with strategic vision, independent judgement and a willingness to give time and commitment to joining our board as a trustee. We are particularly looking for someone with marketing and fundraising experience.
The post of trustee is unpaid but will provide you a great deal of experience and satisfaction. All reasonable expenses are reimbursed. We are particularly keen to achieve a more diverse board of trustees and welcome applications from all sections of the community.
For more information or an informal discussion on the role of trustee, please contact email@example.com . You can find out more at what trustees do on the website of our national organisation, to read more about this role click here