Due to COVID-19, we are not currently able to accept new volunteers. If you would like to be kept up to date as this changes, please add your name to our general volunteer database, please get in touch today.
The below is an outline of roles we typically require support with.
Evenning Meal Volunteer
Becoming an evening meal volunteer is a great way to meet staff and residents and to learn more about the work that St Paul’s does.
Starting at 5:30pm, this role involves helping staff serve the evening meal and, after service, ensure that the Kitchen is clean and that all cutlery and plates etc are clean for the next day.
This role doesn’t require any previous experience of working with vulnerable groups but the ability to adopt a non-judgemental approach and good interpersonal skills are essential.Contact Us
Volunteer befrienders spend one – to – one time with a client regularly, based on the client’s needs and preferences.
This role aims to encourage clients to make positive life choices and to build positive social networks and befrienders make a huge difference to St Paul’s clients.
Previous experience of working with vulnerable individuals is preferred but training and guidance will be provided.Contact Us
Our volunteer drivers provide transport for our clients if staff members are unable to do so or help by collecting donations from people or organisations within Worcester.
Drivers can be needed at any time of day and can choose to volunteer on a regular day or to be contacted when needed.
Previous experience of working with vulnerable groups is preferred, especially if volunteering to transport clients, but not essential.Contact Us