Could you contribute your time, skills and talents to help homeless and vulnerable people to transform their lives? We have volunteers from a wide range of backgrounds and age groups, and they bring a huge wealth of experience to what we do.
People volunteer with us for many different reasons. Perhaps you have some free time and want to make a difference in your local community? Maybe you’re looking to gain new skills or build your CV? Or perhaps you feel passionately about homelessness and want to do something about it?
Our volunteering opportunities put you at the heart of our work. From one-to-one mentoring to talks, workshops and outdoor activities, volunteers make an invaluable contribution in a wide variety of roles. Many are former clients or people with relevant life experience who want to help others on their recovery journey.
Whatever your background or level of work experience, we can offer productive and rewarding roles that match your talents and interests.
If you are interested in volunteering, please have a look at our volunteer vacancies page for current opportunities.
We need volunteers to help us fundraise during Mental Health Awareness Week!
Could you volunteer your time, skills and talents to help homeless and vulnerable people to transform their lives?
Peer Mentors are volunteers with experience of substance use, mental ill health, complex needs and/or homelessness, who want to support others to make positive changes in their lives.
Volunteering at SHP has been an important part of Deb’s recovery.
Kate’s desire to do something positive for those around her led her to volunteer with SHP.
Volunteering for SHP has provided Gareth with an opportunity to rediscover his passion for recovery.