Volunteer with us
Unfortunately we currently have no volunteer opportunities available
As a voluntary organisation, we depend upon the hard work and dedication of all of our volunteers.
Mentor and Befriending Project Volunteers (NEW)
We are recruiting volunteers for our Befriending and Mentoring project this is an exciting new project for Sunderland Mind
The role will involve supporting participants to attend interviews, courses and undertake daily tasks such as shopping and collecting benefits and engage community activities such as going out for coffee or to the cinema. Provide stability, support and enable people to rebuild their confidence. Participants and volunteers will be matched according to the age, gender and interest preference of both parties.
You will receive full training, support and expenses in return. We ask for 2 to 3 hours per week. We hope that you will find this a rewarding and enjoyable volunteering experience.
This is an excellent opportunity if you want to be a more active member of the community yourself or if you are looking to gain experience in a health and social care setting.
- If you are interested in this volunteer role please read through the criteria and contact Dorothy Gardiner on 0191 5657218 or complete the Volunteer application form and email it to email@example.com for the attention of Dorothy Gardiner
Young People’s Project Volunteers (NEW)
Unfortunately we are not currently taking on any new Young People’s Project volunteers
We are recruiting volunteers for our young people’s project. This is an exciting new project for Sunderland Mind. The role will involve supporting young people experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety, bullying, exam stress and much more. If you are interested in learning more about mental health issues and supporting young people please read through the criteria and complete the Volunteer application form here and email to firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of Trish Cornish.
Drop In Volunteer
The Drop-In is managed by Lesley who is a paid member of staff. She relies heavily on volunteers to assist in its smooth running. Drop-In volunteers are responsible for helping to serve refreshments, supervising service users, and generally promoting a good social environment for people with mental health issues. Volunteers should have good social and listening skills and preferably have some awareness of mental health issues. Training and Ongoing training/support is provided.
- If you fit our criteria and would like to express an interest in joining our team please fill in our Volunteer application form and email it to Trish Cornish on email@example.com
Our confidential counselling service also relies heavily on volunteers. However, we can only accept volunteer counsellors who have completed the first year of a diploma or foundation degree.
- If you fit our criteria and would like to express an interest in joining our team please fill in our Volunteer application form and email it to Jean Walker on firstname.lastname@example.org