Gloucestershire Young Carers is dedicated to supporting young carers and with your help we can reach more children and young people across the county.
Do you have a specific skill or experience that would be useful to our team and help us support more young carers in Gloucestershire?
We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities available and would love your help.
Whether you enjoy working with young people and are keen to help out at one of our young carer groups or could help spread the word about our work in the local community. You may simply want to donate an hour to putting our newsletter into envelopes or perhaps helping out at one of our fundraising events, we would like to talk to you.
Depending on the opportunity, we may ask you to attend a meeting with the team and further training to support you in your role as a volunteer. If you would like to volunteer for Gloucestershire Young Carers or just have a question, we’d love to hear from you. Get in touch by filling out the form or call and speak to Sue Auld on 01452 733060.
As a Collecting Tin Volunteer, you will be helping us to increase the profile of Gloucestershire
Young Carers, and at the same time assisting us to raise funds enabling us to continue our vital
work with the young carers we support. For more details, please click here for the role description.
As a volunteer driver, you may be involve transporting young carers to their social and leisure groups across the county; to local pick up points for country wide trips and residentials; for awareness training and focus groups. This role may involve transporting individual young carers to support young carers to access services provided by Gloucestershire Young Carers. For more details, please click here for the role description.
With your support, we can build a fun, activity-based, peer support community for families in Cheltenham where a parent experiences mental health difficulties.
KidsTime delivers multi-family workshops which enable children and parents to feel less isolated and to learn and communicate together about mental illness.
• Whole family education sessions and facilitated discussion
• Children’s drama and games sessions focusing on mental health
• Parenting sessions enabling parents to learn from one another
• General assistance to staff, children and parents
• Set up room and clear away after session
• Set out and clear away food for group meal
• Engage with families
• Participate in workshops (as appropriate to experience and training)
Date: second Wednesday of each month commencing summer 2022
Time: 4:30—7:45pm (including set up/tidy)
Email email@example.com or call 01452 733060 to arrange an informal chat about the role with Kate or Mandy.