Volunteers provide the perfect complement to our staff, supporting us in helping change the lives of people with mental illnesses, learning disabilities or brain injuries.
They bring varied skills, experiences and ideas to our organisation and are valued members of the Workbridge family.
Our Voluntary Services team welcomes, encourages and supports patients, staff and community volunteers. They look after volunteer recruitment, training and placements, and offer support at all times.
If you're interested in volunteering at Workbridge and becoming part of our team, please contact us.
Volunteering with us will allow you to enhance the lives of our service users. To be a staff or community volunteer you must:
When volunteering, you will be able to learn new skills, have the opportunity to meet people from diverse backgrounds and increase your confidence.
You will also become a part of the Workbridge community, and achieve a sense of satisfaction and achievement.
Interested in becoming a volunteer? Please get in touch - we'd love to hear from you!
Hear from some of our staff, volunteers and service users in this behind-the-scenes video, which explores what Workbridge means to our people...