Volunteering with Conviction

Volunteer with us

There are lots of ways to get involved.

Introduction

Volunteering opportunities with Conviction include giving information and advice to clients, fundraising, admin, IT, social media and more.

Find out more about volunteering with Conviction and board roles.

Remote volunteering

If you’re looking for information about our Remote volunteer recruitment campaign, this has now closed.

Volunteering and inclusion

Conviction volunteers come from a range of backgrounds, and volunteer with us for different reasons. Our volunteer roles are varied, challenging and rewarding and our volunteers really enjoy being able to make a valuable contribution and a positive impact on people’s lives.

We welcome volunteers from all backgrounds, including Black, Asian Minority, Ethnic (BAME) volunteers, disabled volunteers, volunteers with physical and mental health conditions, LGBT+, trans and non-binary volunteers, to join our service.

Applicants who aren’t UK citizens: please note that you are only allowed to volunteer if your immigration status permits it. Many will, but please do check that you are entitled to volunteer, to avoid breaching the terms of your status. You can find further information about different visa rules on this government webpage. Irish citizens, EU/EEA citizens with settled or pre-settled status, and refugees and asylum seekers are fully entitled to volunteer.

More information about volunteering 

Student volunteers

Across the Conviction community student volunteers play a vital role.

Other information

You could also look at our frequently asked questions to find more information about training, time commitment, volunteering if you receive state benefits and so on.

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Last Updated 20th September 2021