Volunteering opportunities at City of Wolverhampton Council and partner organisations.

Becoming a volunteer is a good way to help your local community. Giving time can benefit others in a number of ways including befriending, volunteer driving, mentoring and working on local projects.

Local opportunities

 

Become a Children and Family Support Volunteer

We are currently recruiting drivers to add to our excellent team who transport children to and from school. This maybe within and outside the Wolverhampton borough. 

You must have your own transport, and comprehensive insurance.

In return we will pay you 52p per mile expenses, and provide you with relevant training and support.

For further information and application form please contact Lisa Sidaway, Volunteer Co-ordinator, on 01902 556703 or via email at lisa.sidaway2@wolverhampton.gov.uk 

 

Become an Independent Visitor for a child or young person in care

We are currently recruiting Independent Visitors to add to our excellent volunteer team.

What is an independent visitor?

The Independent Visitor's role is voluntary and contributes to the welfare of a child or young person to promote their developmental, social, emotional, educational, religious and cultural needs.

An Independent Visitor may encourage them to exercise their rights and to take part in decisions that will affect them.

Will I be trained?

Yes, you would be trained and go through a process that will match you with a child or young person who is currently on an interim care order or full care order.

Want to know more?

For further information and application form, please contact Lisa Sidaway on 01902 556703 or via e-mail lisa.sidaway2@wolverhampton.gov.uk

 

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If you are a voluntary organisation and wish to recruit volunteers, contact us to advertise your vacancies:

 

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