Volunteering is a very rewarding experience and an invaluable resource to our Trust.

Volunteers bring time, energy, life experience and commitment to their work. Their contribution has significant value and makes a real difference to individuals, the communities we live in and society overall.

The free time that our volunteers willingly give, helps support the delivery of our services and has never been more important. Their contribution help promote hope, recovery and social inclusion.

Volunteering can help you to:

  • meet new people
  • gain new skills and experience
  • improve your job prospects
  • increase your confidence
  • be an active member of your community

Our Volunteering Strategy

Our volunteering strategy was launched in May 2013. You can read the strategy here.

Who can volunteer?

You need to be over 18 to apply to be a volunteer. We are keen to encourage both men and women and welcome volunteers from different backgrounds, abilities and cultures.

How much time do I need to commit?

You decide how much of your time to give and how you’d like to give it.

What does a volunteer do?

Volunteers are involved in many aspects of the Trust’s work and undertake activities including:

  • driving
  • ward activities
  • gardening
  • administration
  • assisting therapists
  • meal time assistance
  • groups

I want to be a volunteer

You can see our latest volunteer vacancies here or you can visit our Do-it page.

For more information about becoming a volunteer, please contact our Social Inclusion Team on 01452 894200.

Alternatively, you can write to: Social Inclusion Team, 18 Denmark Road, Gloucester, GL1 3HZ.