Volunteers are at the heart of what we do and without their support we could not carry out our vital work. Our volunteers bring skills, experience, energy, enthusiasm and commitment to Arch. Volunteering can make a difference in your life too, letting you meet new people, learn new skills and have fun!
Arch Needs You!
Can you put your general life skills and enthusiasm to good use? Can you spare between
2 - 20 hours per week?
If this sounds like you, then YOU may be the person we are looking for!
If you want to make a difference, are enthusiastic and passionate then we have on offer a variety of volunteering roles where you will be able utilise your practical life skills and expertise to help others. There are a number of opportunities where you can commit between 2 and 20 hours per week and roles are usually for a minimum of a 3 month term. Not only will you be able to use your skills and empathy to help others but you will give yourself new challenges and gain new experiences along the way. As a volunteer, you will also be provided with excellent support and training opportunities.
Opportunities are available across our services which include Domestic Violence, Fundraising, Young People's Services and Learning and Education Services. Roles on offer include Support Assistants, Administrators, Retail Assistants and E-bay Co-ordinator.
Domestic Violence Service
To provide administrative support to the Project Workers, Coordinators and Service Manager
The Domestic Violence Helpline aims to provide listening support and information for individuals experiencing domestic violence and provides a consultancy service for other professionals
The community team provides outreach sessions at community venues whereby women can access face to face support. The community team also delivers the Freedom Programme; a 12 week education programme for victim/survivors of domestic violence
Painter & Decorator
To work as part of the property services team, providing a painting and decorating service in Arch premises and residential housing stock.
To assist the duty staff in maintaining the smooth running of the Duty Office and administrative systems
To assist the Children's playroom staff in providing support to the children and parents of Elizabeth House.
Project Activity Support
To assist the project staff in providing support to the customers of Elizabeth and Tolkien House
Lorraine House - Crewe
Lorraine House -
To assist the manager and other team members with administration tasks, within the refuge and offices at Crewe
Lorraine House -
To consult with staff and customers and provide regular fun and educational activities for women affected by domestic abuse.
Lorraine House - Refuge
To assist the Customer Support Assistant and other team members with tasks within the refuge and offices at Crewe.
Young People's Services
To act as a positive and consistent support to young people who are leaving care or those who have left care. Volunteer Mentors must be aged 18 years and over and able to commit to at least 2-3 hours a week for a minimum period of one year.
To assist our Corporate and Community Partnership Manager when advertising, selling and dispatching sold items on E-bay.