Volunteer Community Advocates

Excellent opportunity to work in the community

Burngreave Advocacy Now! is looking for Volunteer Community Advocates.

You will get:

  • Free comprehensive training programme

  • Expenses for travel, childcare and lunch

  • Support and supervision

  • Valuable work experience

What is Advocacy?

Advocates help vulnerable members of the community who are not fully accessing their rights due to barriers such as language, disability or lack of confidence. Advocates can help by making phone calls, reading and writing letters, attending appointments and giving information about other services.

You can get involved if:

  • You are aged 18 or over

  • You enjoy helping others

  • You can speak, read and write in English

  • You are available 8 hours a week, spread over 2 days

Interested? Please contact Rachel Armitage, Volunteer Support Worker, for more information and an application form:

Burngreave Advocacy Now!, Floor 3, SADACCA, 48 Wicker, Sheffield S3 8JB

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