Volunteering at WfH

Working for Health is looking for passionate volunteers who want to help people to change their lives in their journey back to employment. We can’t do it without you!

The benefits of volunteering with us:

  • Make a difference to someone’s life
  • Volunteer with other passionate people
  • Be recognised for your skills and experiences
  • Learn new skills that could help with your career
  • Develop your personal skills and confidence

What you will receive from us:

  • Support and supervision to grow your skills
  • Clear understanding of your duties and the training you need to carry them out
  • A friendly network of people around you
  • Out of pocket expenses including travel to and from your base
  • You will be insured while volunteering

“From my first encounter with Working for Health I knew I was faced with an exceptional organisation. The team possess rare qualities. They have a positive, client focused approach to building deep and enduring mental health. The team has a unique level of enthusiasm for enriching the life of their clients.”

We have roles to suit everyone, no matter how much time you have to give and whatever your experience. However, due to the nature of our work we are only able to provide volunteering opportunities to people over the age of 18.

Depending on the role, we may need to do a criminal record check. Full training for the role will be provided.

For current volunteer vacancies, please visit Opportunities and complete the online form.

We’re here to help. Call (01482) 242808 to see how we can get you back to work.

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Other support

The following organisations we would recommend if you’re seeking further help and support.

Choices and Rights
Choices and Rights is an organisation for disabled people in the Kingston upon Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire area. Its aims are: To promote the independence and inclusion of all disabled people in society.

Contact details
01482 878778

National Careers Service
Provide information, advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work.

Contact details
National Careers Service
0800 100 900