Volunteers - Have you considered giving a little of your time to make a difference to people’s lives?
Volunteers will play a vital role to Battersea Bridge House
Have you considered giving a little of your time to make a difference to people’s lives?
What are the benefits to becoming a volunteer?
- Sharing your previous skills and experience
- Being part of a team
- Making a positive contribution and difference to your community
- Enhancing your knowledge and understanding
- Enhancing your professional development
We appreciate that volunteers gift their time and as such’ we will do our utmost to ensure your volunteering role with us is a positive and rewarding experience.
We provide all volunteers with an enhanced DBS check, full induction, training and supervision. We value diversity and equality within our organisation and welcome applications from all sectors of the community.
Volunteering is an unpaid role; however, all volunteers will be reimbursed with out of pocket expenses related to their volunteering role.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with us or would like further information about the range of volunteering opportunities please contact: Battersea Bridge House.
Battersea Bridge House is a low secure independent hospital providing safe and secure assessment, care and on-going treatment facilities for 22 male patients aged 18 years and over with severe and enduring mental illness and additional complex behaviour.
Following on from receipt of your application we will meet with you at a mutually convenient time for an informal interview.