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Due to current staff resources, we are unfortunately unable to take on any volunteers at the moment.
Thank you so much for your interest in supporting SFCS in this way. Please keep checking back for further updates, as we hope to be in a position to welcome volunteers again in future.
Offering your time or skills is one of the most generous ways of helping St. Francis’ Children’s Society.
Volunteering doesn’t mean that you have to give up hours of your time. The help we need ranges from putting posters and leaflets up in the local area, through to sharing your adoption experiences with people who are beginning their own adoption journey.
St. Francis’ Children’s Society is growing a network of volunteers who will help organise events and raise the profile of St. Francis’ Children’s Society
Throughout the year, we organise several events, including but not limited to fetes and fairs, bucket collections and community events. Occasionally, we also have supporters who organise events on behalf of SFCS where volunteers are needed.
For this role, we don’t require any specific skills or qualifications. However we are looking for people who are enthusiastic and able to work as part of a team. SFCS works within a 50 miles radius of our office in Milton Keynes, and so the locations of our events are likely to be within a 45 minute journey of our office. All volunteers will need to be able to get themselves to and from events.
This role can work flexibly to suit your availability and other commitments. The time commitment will vary depending on the time of year, increasing during campaign periods or when SFCS is organising specific events. However this role is designed to be flexible and although we may hold one or more events a month, we understand that you may not always be available.
St. Francis' Children's Society is first and foremost committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers working with children to share this commitment. We apply recruitment and selection procedures which seek to ensure that no employee or volunteer is appointed who may pose a risk to children or is otherwise unsuitable to work with them.