Volunteer for WECIL

Volunteering at WECIL is a great opportunity to gain new skills, learn about what we do and contribute positively to the lives of disabled people. You can work for as little or as much time as you wish; all that we would ask is for a minimum time commitment of three months.

We will pay your travel and lunch expenses and we aim to ensure that as a volunteer:

  • Your time, skills and experience will be used well
  • Your work will be appreciated and recognised
  • You will be provided with information and guidance to carry out your volunteer role
  • Your access needs will be met; our offices are in accessible buildings and we will make reasonable adjustments as required

We are always looking for new volunteers; so if you want to gain first hand experience, brush up on existing skills or want to use us as a stepping stone into employment, we’d love to hear from you. Take a look at our current vacancies listed below and for more information, please contact our Volunteer Team Leader, Hannah, on:

Telephone: 0117 947 9911

Email: hannah.nuttall@wecil.co.uk

Current vacancies

Click on the links below for more information on our current volunteering vacancies:

Experts by Experience Panel Member

Volunteer Youth Board Trustee 

Access Audit Volunteer

Time2Share Befriending Volunteer

If you’d like to apply for one of these vacancies, please download an application form below or call us on 0117 947 9911.

Volunteer Application Form



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