JewishCare could not do all that it does without volunteers. There are many ways for you to get involved as a volunteer and JewishCare has over 500 volunteers who really make a difference.
Whether you are in full-time education, working full or part-time, taking a career break or reaching retirement, you can make a difference to other people's lives - from just an hour a week. Depending on your role you will receive all necessary training and ongoing support as required.
Volunteering is fun and stimulating and can help you learn new skills and make friends.
• Working with Clients. This could involve helping clients by providing practical support eg driving an older person to appointments or meeting with a socially isolated person. It could involve helping a person with a disability or being a role model / mentor for young person in JewishCare's Big in the Big Brother Big Sister program. You could provide regular respite for a vulnerable child in JewishCare's Family to Family Respite program.
• Providing Administrative Support. JewishCare often needs help with a range of administrative tasks
• Raising awareness about JewishCare. There is always an opportunity for volunteers to organise events, whether it be a morning tea, a movie night or a something larger, to inform family and friends about JewishCare's important work. JewishCare's staff are more than happy to assist with any of these events by providing speakers, films, catering, venues etc.
Training is available so volunteers can carry out their roles to the highest professional standards. There are tremendous opportunities to develop skills, build confidence and take on new and increasingly responsible tasks.
Family Volunteering is an opportunity for a family to help isolated or vulnerable members of the community. This can involve visiting individiuals or groups for example residents of our Supported Accommodation houses.
The Working with Children Check (WWC Check) is a comprehensive criminal record check for people who work or volunteer with children. The WWC Check aims
to increase the safety of children in our community by helping to prevent people who have a criminal history that indicates they may harm children from
working with children. All JewishCare volunteers who work with children need to apply for the new working withchildren check.
Urgent Volunteer Jobs
Current Volunteering Opportunities
Volunteering is a great way to stay connected and to keep young. JewishCare accepts suitable volunteers over 18 years of age.
For information about any of these opportunities contact - firstname.lastname@example.org