Benefits of volunteering
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As a leading child protection charity, the Lucy Faithfull Foundation is always keen to recruit volunteer staff who share our values and beliefs. We offer volunteering positions that not only provide individuals with the opportunity to help protect children, but also gain valuable experience within the voluntary sector.
We are dedicated to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused and by volunteering with us you can help to protect children from harm. We believe that child sexual abuse is preventable, not inevitable, and provides a unique set of services which enhance community protection against child sexual abuse.
Below you will find the volunteering opportunities we currently have available.
Please do check back on a regular basis for new postings.
Circles of Support and Accountability Volunteers - West Mercia
Circles of Support and Accountability are designed to protect children from sexual abuse by preventing reoffending. A ‘Circle’ of volunteers from the local community is formed around an ex offender on his release from prison (known as the Core Member). They aim to address the safety concerns of the community, whilst giving support, encouragement and friendship to the core member in order to prevent re-offending.
As a Circles volunteer, you will work with 4-6 other volunteers, offering support to an ex-offender to help them reintegrate into the community and live an offence free life. You will be working alongside police officers, probation staff and treatment experts to help keep children safe. Research demonstrates that isolation and loneliness are linked to an increased risk of re-offending – and this scheme provides ex-offenders with a support and advice system that helps prevent future offending and protects children from harm.
• All Circles volunteers receive full training and continuing support throughout the programme.
In the first instance, volunteers would need to commit to 4-6 hours a week although this is likely to diminish over time.
For further information on Circles, visit the website www.circles-uk.org.uk or for an informal discussion call Simon Sauze on 01372 847160 or Steve Davies on 07943 805263.
Volunteer Assistant Psychologist, Epsom, Surrey
A vacancy has arisen for a Volunteer Assistant Psychologist based at the Wolvercote Office, in Epsom, Surrey. The main requirements of the role include:
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Simon Sauzé or Tom Squire at the Wolvercote Office on 01372 847160.
For an application pack please contact:
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation, Bordesley Hall, Alvechurch, Birmingham B48 7QA
Tel: 01527 591922 Fax: 01527 591924 Email: email@example.com
To request an application pack for any of the position above please contact: