Brixton’s Baytree Centre is seeking 50 or more new volunteers to give an hour a week to make sure that the centre can continue to provide its support to more than 400 women and girls.
The centre, a social inclusion project for women and girls in the heart of Brixton, is looking for enthusiastic female volunteers to join its team from September onwards.
Volunteers could mentor a woman or girl, teach ESOL to newly arrived refugee and migrant girls or run creative and academic sessions such as literacy, art, cookery and dance.
Whatever the activity, the Baytree team will make sure that volunteers have a fulfilling and worthwhile experience.
The volunteer service at Baytree is a diverse community of people who contribute their skills and experiences to the benefit of all the women and girls who attend the centre, as well as for their own personal development.
The centre has, on average, 120 volunteers involved each week who deliver most of its provision. The centre would not exist without the support, commitment and energy of its volunteers.
Baytree says volunteering is an excellent and worthwhile way to gain skills and experience and meet new people while boosting a CV and giving back to the local community.
The centre offers training and workshops for volunteers ranging from social media skills to youth work training and presentation skills. For more information visit training opportunities.