A volunteer is anyone who helps and supports us without receiving or expecting payment. Don’t worry if you’re unsure right now of what you need to do. We’ll give you an induction into our charitable family when you join us, and explain everything that your role will involve and give you guidance throughout.

Volunteering with Us

We’re always looking for volunteers from all kinds of backgrounds and with all sorts of experience. You may want to learn new skills or you might think you already have the experience to help people turn their lives around. Whatever your background or understanding, volunteering with us will help you to develop key skills, meet new people and give you a great insight into what it is like to work in the voluntary/third sector

What Are the Benefits of Volunteering?

  • Learn new skills that may help prepare you for work
  • On the job training
  • Meet new people and learn more about employment support

What Do Our Volunteers Do?

Our volunteers perform a number of different roles, all of which are a huge help to both staff and service users. Whether you are assisting customers to access information on the website or with their specific tasks, acting as a mentor to a young person with their business/project idea or supporting our staff during one of our networking events – your role as a volunteer is always important to us and the people we support.

Volunteers are extended the right to be given meaningful assignments, treated as equal co-workers, full involvement and recognition for work completed. In return, our volunteers agree to actively perform their duties to the best of their abilities and to remain loyal to the values, goals and procedures of BBI UK.
By listening to, spending time with and talking to the people we support, you can make a real difference to people’s lives and can ultimately help us to turn more lives around

What’s Next?

If you would like to become a volunteer for BBI UK you can register your interest by downloading and filling out our Volunteer Registration form below or alternative, just write to us about yourself and what you have to offer and what you expect to gain in return. It is a win, win, to both parties!

To become a volunteer you need to have the right to work in the UK. To find out more about eligibility to work, visit the home office website at www.homeoffice.gov.uk. You will also need to meet certain criteria. For some roles you’ll need to pass a DBS check. We may also ask you to provide two personal references as you may be in regular contact with children and vulnerable adults whom we owe a duty of care and protection from harm or danger.

You Can Download a Volunteer Registration Form Here