We are a small grass-roots organisation who rely on a community of passionate volunteers. At the heart of our work lies the cultivation of community.
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Room to Heal is a human rights charity and therapeutic community based in London. We support refugees and asylum seekers who have survived torture, trafficking and other gross human rights abuses to rebuild their lives in exile through an integrated programme of therapeutic and casework assistance. At the heart of our work lies the cultivation of community, through which our members can restore meaningful relationships with themselves and others, overcoming the legacy of their traumatic experiences. We have over 100 members from 30 different countries. For our services to run smoothly, we rely on a number of committed and passionate volunteers
Please see our vacancies below.
We are looking for accompanying volunteers!
*** Please note the deadline for this role has been extended. ***
We are looking for volunteers to be part of our accompanying project. The project aims to build a network of volunteers who are available to accompany our members to appointments which they would find difficult to attend on their own, such as signing at the Home Office or meeting a new host. Please download all information relating to the role and the application process by clicking here. The deadline to apply is Monday 15 April, 12noon, and interviews will be held on Friday 26 April, from 10am.
We are looking for a casework volunteer!
Room to Heal is looking for a new casework volunteer. We are looking for a volunteer to support our casework team on Thursdays, 10am-5pm. The deadline to apply for this role is 11 April 2019 at 5pm. To apply, please download our application pack by clicking here. Please send a cover letter and CV outlining how you meet the person specification for this opportunity and why you are interested in volunteering at Room to Heal to Anna at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This role will entail working directly with Room to Heal members, and supporting them with issues relating to housing, immigration, destitution, and education and employment. As a volunteer, you will receive training and materials from our casework team to get you started, and you will be working closely with our two caseworkers. You will also be offered monthly supervision, which our volunteers are encouraged to attend.
We put regular calls out for volunteers throughout the year. Join our mailing list or follow us on social media to find out when we’re looking for a range of volunteer positions.
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