Volunteering

Volunteering with Action on Disability is a really rewarding experience: There are so many different roles from Trustee, Administrator to being a Peer Mentor. You could volunteer on Reception, Help Run a Group / Activity, or Encourage and Support Disabled People to access services designed to enable them to become more independent.

If you would like to discuss volunteering opportunities to:

  • Make new friends, build up your confidence,
  • Gain new skills and experience, or share your own experiences and knowledge with others
  • Make a positive contribution to peoples lives, get personal satisfaction from helping others
  • Become part of our team.

Application Process

Your Application Process will involve the following

  • Application Form, including details of 2 references
  • Informal Interview
  • DBS Application Stage (Disclsoure and Barring Service)

Interested?

We would really like to hear from you.

Contact Andrew Farrow (Peer Support Officer) directly on 0203 080 0384 or andrew.farrow@actionondisability.org.uk 

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