Commited to supporting vulnerable women and their families

Women’s Work is extremely grateful for the contribution of volunteers who help us in various ways.

Whether that's providing support in the office, helping with our street outreach sessions, helping to facilitate group sessions or accompanying our women to various appointments and training courses, each and every one of our volunteers is vital to what we do on a daily basis.

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Developing key life skills

Being a volunteer is a great way to gain skills and experience which can help with securing future employment.

Many of our volunteers say that being a volunteer is much more than just ‘giving something back’, they feel part of a family and it has helped improve their social life and sense of wellbeing. 50% of our staff team started here as volunteers.

Volunteer with us.

To find out more about how to become a volunteer please contact Rachel Sandford, our Volunteer Co-ordinator

  • Rachel.sandford@womens-work.org.uk
  • info@womens-work.org.uk
  • 01332 242 525

Completing the Change programme has helped me better understand my mental health and ways of dealing with things

Member – Change Programme

The Change programme has given me a more positive outlook on doing group activities. The topics were interesting and helped me to see my own views and the importance of them in life.

Member – Change Programme

After doing the Anger Management Programme, I recognise my triggers now and I can open up more and talk.

Member – Anger Management

I have a better understanding of my emotions and feelings, and am now calmer. I learnt how to deal with things better

Empowered Women

The Anger Management programme has given me new techniques to try and deal with my anger. The programme has great insight and gives you a chance to express yourself.

Member – Anger Management

I find Women’s Work a safe place to go when I need somewhere to listen to me without judgement.

Member – Below the Radar

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