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 Shops Volunteering
Crisis is planning to open its first shop in Bow this November primarily selling donated goods sourced from the community.
Crisis will work with local communities and volunteers to develop shops that:
- Customers like
- Engage people with the Crisis mission
- Advocate for homeless people across the UK
- Provide opportunities for Crisis' members to gain work experience in various aspects of retail, build self-confidence, sell arts and crafts and be active in the community in which they live
- Extend the reach of the Crisis brand and directly support our fundraising and campaigning initiatives.
We are currently recruiting for volunteers to assist in the shop, for more information please download the Retail Assistant role description.
Crisis Head Office volunteering
Research & Evaluation Intern
If we are to end homelessness for good, as well as providing practical support and services for homeless people, it is vital that we increase public and political understanding of homelessness, its causes and consequences and campaign for change.
We commission and deliver research to better understand the causes and nature of homelessness and to find and make the case for innovative solutions. Using this and insights drawn from our services and clients, we work to influence national and local Government to make the changes necessary to improve the lives of homeless people and to prevent and end homelessness.
We are recruiting for a Research & Evaluation Intern to assist the research team in delivering Crisis’ programme of research.
For more information please download the Research & Evaluation Intern Role Description.
If you are interested in this role please complete the application form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it to: The Volunteering Dept, Crisis, 66 Commercial St, London, E1 6LT by the closing date of 27 November 2014.
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 (Education and Employment)
Crisis Changing Lives provides funding for 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 hold meetings throughout the year to make funding decisions and we are looking for individuals with knowledge around training & education or jobs sectors (particularly construction, education, operations & logistics and IT) to take part in the decision making process.
For more information please download the Grant Panel Member Role Description.
If you are interested in this role please complete the application form and email it to email@example.com or send it to: The Volunteering Dept, Crisis, 66 Commercial St, London, E1 6LT by the closing date of 18 November 2014.
Volunteer roles on offer change all the time
You may want to:
- Bookmark this page to be able to check future volunteering opportunities, you can also sign up for our supporter e-newsletter, to keep up to date with news and campaigns at Crisis
- Have a look at the booklet about different areas of volunteering at Crisis, likely to come up in the near future
- Have a look at the roles available in other homelessness organisations
- Or go back to the main volunteer page