Talents & Skills
Volunteering with our Charity
We are looking for volunteers who can enrich Community Integrated Care. No matter what your talent, if you can see an application for your skills in our services, get in touch.
It may be that you are a musician who wants to entertain in our care homes, bursting with creativity and want to deliver arts and crafts classes in one of our day services or have a background in hair and beauty which means you can treat our residents to a day spa! Whatever your talents, you can brighten days and make a different to the people we support.
- Ready to take up the challenge and volunteer with us? Complete our Volunteer Application Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Still not sure whether volunteering is right for you? By completing our Volunteer Questionnaire and emailing it to email@example.com, we’ll get back in touch and discuss some potential volunteering opportunities for you.
- Got a question about volunteering? Read our FAQs to see if these help. If not, you can always Contact Us.
“Every year 50,000 staff from Barclays get the chance to take part in community fundraising and volunteering projects,” explains Barclays IT Manager and Project Team Leader, Leanne Dow. “Each team choose their own cause, but the aim is always to help out on a project which will make a real and lasting difference.”
“We thought long and hard about what we could do to make our mark on St Stephens and came up with the idea of creating a reminiscence room for residents to relax in with family and friends,” she continues. “So, armed with rolls of vintage-style wallpapers, antique furniture, a sewing machine and lots of lovely fabrics, we set about transforming an ordinary sitting room into a step back in time!”
The results of the team’s hard work are truly amazing, delighting residents and staff alike: “The work the Barclays team have done for us is terrific and everyone at St Stephens is so thrilled with it,” says Home Manager, Cindy Southhall. “Residents now use the new room to sit with family and friends, listening to the radio or just having a cup of tea. As well as being a real talking point, all the old fashioned memorabilia is really comforting to residents, stirring fond memories of years gone by.”