Volunteer

Volunteer for Us

Volunteers are an integral part of The Ashley Foundation. We recognise and value the huge contribution they make and we aim to offer our volunteers a rewarding experience.

There are many reasons why people volunteer. For some, volunteering can be a route to employment, or a chance to try something new, which may lead to a career change. Our dedicated pool of volunteers regularly give a considerable amount of their time, energy, ideas and enthusiasm to the charity, free of charge, to provide invaluable support to our clients.

How to apply

Please click below to download and complete the volunteer application form and our Volunteer Co-Ordinator will be in touch to discuss the next steps. You can email the application to [email protected]  or please use the contact form.

Got a question about a volunteering role or how to apply?

Simply email us at: [email protected] or call us on 01253 297200 for more information.

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Volunteer
Letter

Volunteer
Information Sheet

Volunteer Role Description &
Person Specification Sheet

The Ashley Foundation
Volunteer Form

Application Form Submission

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Volunteering can also be a way of:
  • Gaining new skills, knowledge and experience
  • Developing existing skills and knowledge
  • Enhancing a CV
  • Improving one’s employment prospects
  • Using one’s professional skills and knowledge to benefit others
For others, volunteering appeals because of its social benefits. These include:
  • Meeting new people
  • Making new friends
  • A chance to socialise
  • Getting to know the local community

We encourage applications from all sections of the community, particularly those with personal or previous experience of homelessness.