At Every-One we believe that people are the experts in their own health and wellbeing and that those with lived experience are best placed to influence service improvements and to help others.
Our volunteers are very important to us. They bring a wealth of practical and emotional help to an organisation such as ours, whether it is their personal or work-based skills, life experiences or knowledge about practical matters or condition specific information.
We are interested in hearing from everyone who is willing to share their lived-experience with us in whatever way you feel comfortable.
Ways you can volunteer with us include:
If none of these are of interest to you, but you have other things you would like to do, please contact us on email@example.com to discuss your ideas – we want to work with you and get you involved.
We offer induction, support and training to our volunteers to ensure you are equipped for your role with us.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please send your contact details to us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch.
Also, you can see our Volunteering leaflet - Every-One.pdf for more details
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