In return we ask that you commit to volunteering for an agreed amount of time and complete any brief reports and attend supervision sessions as needed. In return we ask that you commit to volunteering for an agreed amount of time and complete any brief reports and attend supervision sessions as needed.
At Bethel Health and Healing Network we take great pride in our volunteers, who have won coveted awards such as the BVSC Volunteer Team of the Year Award, 2017. This was in recognition of the selfless contributions our volunteers make to improving the lives of some of the most vulnerable and isolated people in Birmingham.
Volunteering with Bethel Health and Healing Network is a rewarding experience. You get to work on the front line, making a positive difference to people’s lives and also your own.
We understand that helping others is often reward enough in itself. However, we value our volunteers and go the extra mile to ensure we offer an impressive training programme of certified courses and one-to-one and group shadowing. This not only makes sure all of our volunteers are fully prepared and capable of offering support; it also means that many are able to progress on to related career paths.
In return we ask that you commit to volunteering for a agreed amount of time, complete any brief reports and attend supervision sessions to make sure you’re both happy and coping well with what can be a demanding role.
If you get Universal Credit, your volunteering can count to up to half the time you agree to spend looking for and preparing for work in your Claimant Commitment.
Tell the office that pays your benefits about any volunteering that you are planning to do before you start. You will find more details at GOV.UK
There are volunteering opportunities within both of our services.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Calis, our Volunteer Co-ordinator, on 0777 668 6855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Calis is part-time and works Tuesday to Thursday.