People volunteer for many different reasons. It can offer the chance to give back to a community or service, it can also be to provide an opportunity to develop new skills. Whatever your motivation is it is likely you are looking for an opportunity that is both challenging and rewarding. We regularly have a number of volunteering opportunities, some will require weekly hours, others may only be a one time event; read through our available opportunities and contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator ([email protected]) if you have any queries.
To let you know a little more about our opportunities and our Volunteering Team we have asked our volunteers why they volunteer with us and what they get from the experience. Here are some of their answers:
- Making a difference to the lives of others
- Being part of a team and feeling valued
- Gaining confidence and self-esteem
- Develop new skills, knowledge and experiences
- Building experience for a CV or application
- Meeting new people
- Getting to know the local community and supporting wellbeing provision
We have a number of volunteer vacancies within the Adult Wellbeing Service:
- Volunteer Peer Support Workers (mental health lived experience essential)
- Walking Group Volunteer
- Volunteer Wellbeing Administrator
If you can spare a minimum of 4 or more hours a week, we would like to hear from you!
For further information about these roles please email Volunteering or call 023 92 498916.
We have volunteer vacancies within the Family Wellbeing Service:
Are you looking for an opportunity to work with families in the local area?
Would you like to develop your skills and experience whilst supporting families to participate in activities designed to improve their wellbeing?
The Havant and East Hants Mind Family Wellbeing Team are working with families in the area to support improved mental health for the whole family. Our family support practitioners use a variety of methods to engage with families.
We have volunteer vacancies within our Family Wellbeing Team working on our Active Families Programme in Leigh Park.
If you can spare a minimum of 4 hours per week we would like to hear from you. For further information about the role please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator,
Niki tells us why she volunteers at Havant and East Hants Mind
Listen to Keith’s volunteering story for Havant and East Hants Mind
Caroline tells us about her volunteering experience and how it has lead to a paid position within our CYP Team.