Here at Sheffield Mind, we are committed to providing a positive experience for all our volunteers.
All our volunteers receive essential training and regular supervision from their line manager. They provide an essential support to staff and we value and appreciate their contribution.
There are opportunities for learning and for developing interests and skills and we encourage volunteers to engage with extra curricular activities such as fundraising and promotion.
We advertise all our volunteer vacancies here, with details of how to apply - We don't accept speculative CV's.
If you have any questions about our volunteer roles and if and how you can get involved with the work we do you can contact the office at [email protected] for further information.
We're recruiting for the following roles:
The Rainbow Heron Sunday Afternoon Café will start meeting monthly on a Sunday (5-8pm) at Sheffield Mind’s Wellbeing Centre from August 2021. The café is aimed at young people aged 18-30 and offers a safe space to sit, read, play games, listen to music, talk, relax or take part in informal art activities.
Sheffield Mind is looking to recruit a volunteer to help promote our Keeping Families in Mind service. The service supports Armed Forces families by providing counselling and monthly support groups throughout South Yorkshire.
We're looking to recruit a volunteer to support our Keeping Families in Mind service in Doncaster, assisting with the set up and running of a monthly support group and attending occasional “marketplace” events, to promote our service.