Volunteer in London

Volunteering year-round in London

Volunteering vacancies in London take place at Crisis Skylight London, our education, training and employment centre for homeless people, and in Crisis' corporate offices.  

Crisis Head Office volunteering

Maintenance Assistant Volunteer

This role will involve helping the General Maintenance Officer (GMO) who maintains the Crisis
premises and facilities in Commercial Street and ensures a safe and well-maintained environment in compliance with the Health and Safety legislation and Crisis policies. The volunteer will undertake a variety of tasks, decorating, carpentry, plastering, plumbing, office moves etc., also reactive and preventative maintenance.

For more information on this role download the Maintenance Assistant role description. If you are interested in this role please complete the application form and email it to volunteering@crisis.org.uk or send it to: The Volunteering Dept, Crisis, 66 Commercial St, London, E1 6LT by the closing date of 4 February 2015.

Corporate Partnerships Intern

The award-winning Crisis Corporate Partnerships team has built an industry reputation for its creative approach to both marketing and partnership development. Annual team income is currently £2.3 million and growing annually. Key products include the annual Crisis Christmas Card, workplace giving, event sponsorship and project funding opportunities such as Crisis Changing Lives.

This position is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience which would stand the successful candidate in good stead for future employment in a corporate fundraising role.

For more information on this role download the Corporate Partnerships Intern role description. If you are interested in this role please complete the application form and email it to volunteering@crisis.org.uk or send it to: The Volunteering Dept, Crisis, 66 Commercial St, London, E1 6LT by the closing date of 4 February 2015. 

Crisis Skylight London volunteering

Crisis Skylight London is an award winning and dynamic education, training and employment centre for homeless and vulnerably housed people.

It offers practical and creative workshops in an accessible and inspiring environment together with formal learning opportunities that lead to qualifications and can help people to find work. Employment and training is the single most important route out of homelessness.

A wide range of learning opportunities includes art, music and drama, vocational courses and basic skills training to help people feel better about themselves, develop new skills and motivation.

Grant Panel Member (Construction)

Crisis Changing Lives provides funding all year round to help homeless and formerly homeless people to move towards employment. We provide up to £2,500 for course fees and materials for course, tools to get back to work and equipment needed to set up as self-employed. 

We are currently looking for individuals with in-depth knowledge of employment and training requirements within the construction industry to join our Education and Employment panel to help us make funding decisions on the applications we receive.

For more information on this role please download the Grants Panel Member Volunteer role description.

If you are interested in this role please complete the application form and email it to volunteering@crisis.org.uk or send it to: The Volunteering Dept, Crisis, 66 Commercial St, London, E1 6LT by the closing date of 9 February 2015. 

Grant Panel Member (Performing and Visual Arts)

Crisis Changing Lives provides funding all year round to help homeless and formerly homeless people to move towards employment. We provide up to £2,500 for course fees and materials for course, tools to get back to work and equipment needed to set up as self-employed. 

We are currently looking who for individuals with substantial professional knowledge and experience working in the Performing and Visual Arts industries to join our Self-employment Panel and help us make funding decisions on applications from our members who want to move into Self-employment.

For more information on this role please download the Grants Panel Member Volunteer role description.

If you are interested in this role please complete the application form and email it to volunteering@crisis.org.uk or send it to: The Volunteering Dept, Crisis, 66 Commercial St, London, E1 6LT by the closing date of 9 February 2015.  

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