Our volunteers are amazing! They come from all walks of life, from retired youth workers and teachers to students on various courses, volunteers who are in work but love to share an hour a week of their time with us and volunteers with lived experience sharing their insights and experience.
They contribute in many different ways, from accompanying clients to hospital appointments to organising English language sessions, running a women’s group or an event, offering case and admin support, befriending and more.
23,087volunteer hours were donated in 2022/23
We have volunteer opportunities in London, Yorkshire and Humber, the West Midlands and the East of England. Some roles can be done remotely from other areas. Some roles require specialist skills but most only require enthusiasm and an interest in refugee and asylum issues.
Supporting you to volunteer
You will have a volunteer coordinator to support you and all the training you need to make sure that the placement works for you as well as for us and the people we work with. We will reimburse you for lunch and local travel costs.