How To Volunteer

Thinking of becoming a volunteer?

Pathway was founded on volunteer hours and
volunteers add a great deal of value to all that
we do. One of the really important things about
volunteering is that it helps to build skills and
those skills can lead to a great deal of fulfilment
and sometimes even to paid work. Read Jan’s
story about her volunteering experience. Suffice
it to say that she is now managing our largest

Case Study 1 – Jan

Case Study 2 – March

Pathway wouldn’t work as effectively without the
time and energy that people commit to the roles
they undertake in a voluntary capacity.
Everyone who gives time, whether that is
answering the helplines, sorting donations,
helping with the running of groups, coffee
mornings through to the trustees – is giving
something that money could never buy.
Some volunteers would like a career change or a
job opportunity and they are able to get training
and experience which will give them an edge in
their applications. Some volunteers want to do
something to help other people because they
understand the pain of suffering abuse, or
because they realise how blessed they are not to
fully understand.

How do I apply?

Visit our Volunteer Roles page to see what kind
of opportunities we have available, download our
Volunteer letter & information booklet
(documents 1 & 2 below) & volunteer
application forms (documents 3, 4 & 5)
and return to us at:

The Hope Centre
73 Upper St. John Street
Lichfield, WS14 9DT

1-Volunteer Programme – Cover Letter

2-Information Pack

3-Volunteer Application Form

4-Application Form Disclosure

5-Equal Ops Monitoring Form

For more information please fill out the form
below or ring 01543 442 610 and ask to speak to
our Volunteer Co-ordinator Lynn Laughton.

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