Choices – is an innovative new volunteering project that aims to break down the barriers to volunteering.
Choices is a volunteering project offering tailored support to individuals based on their needs. The project has been developed and hosted by Volunteering Bradford.
This project supports adults with additional support needs into volunteering, these support needs could include but is not limited to: lack of confidence, low self-esteem, mental health problems, sensory impairments, physical disabilities or people having a previous conviction that could be a barrier to volunteering.
We currently run drop-ins at:
Making Space (Bradford) contact Sareena on 07843 267955
Making Space (Keighley) contact Sareena on 07843 267955
Cellar Trust – Contact Ali firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynfield Mount Cafe – Contact OT
Bevan Health Centre – ring 07904953864 for details of dates
Keighley Volunteer Centre will continue to support adults with learning disabilities into volunteering https://keighleyvc.co.uk/supportedvolunteering
Do you require some support to volunteer? If you are interested in accessing support to volunteer, we can offer a variety of support (tailored to your needs), such as finding suitable volunteers roles, helping to complete forms, accompanying you to projects and more.
Are you supporting someone who’s interested in finding out more about volunteering? We accept referrals from other supporting organisations where a person with additional support needs has identified an interest in finding out more about volunteering.
Are you interested in volunteering to support people to volunteer? Volunteer support assistants provide tailored support to individuals who require support to volunteer in the activity of their choice. Volunteer support assistants are specifically chosen and undertake particular training to work with adults with a variety of additional needs. This role is only for people over the age of 18.
Next steps – please get in touch with Steve at Volunteering Bradford. He & the team can offer advice and support to access the service you need.
For further information, contact Steve Blackman, Volunteering Bradford.
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