Volunteer in London

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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

Retail Assistant

Crisis is planning to open its first shop 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

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. 

Crisis Head Office volunteering

We currently don't have any volunteering opportunities at the Head Office, however we do update this regularly so please do keep checking!

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.

Numeracy Support Volunteer

The Learning Zone gives homeless members an opportunity to brush up on a range of skills including: Literacy, Numeracy, ESOL, I.T and Health and Safety. This volunteering opportunity will be based in the Learning Zone.

We are looking for a volunteer to support the tutor with 1-1 support with members in their numeracy through the means of IT.

For more information on this role please download the Numeracy Support 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 22 December 2014. 

Librarian Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer to help run the library services.

We have recently had a refurbishment and have a new small library space that needs developing and managing the role includes performing basic administrative functions, shelving and general library maintenance. It also involves providing ideas for and participation in promotional activities for the library services.

For more information on this role please download the Librarian 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 22 December 2014. 

ESOL Beginner's Book Club Classroom Support

Crisis Learning Zone gives homeless people an opportunity to study a range of accredited courses including Literacy, Numeracy, ESOL, I.T. and Health and Safety.

We are currently looking for a volunteer to assist the tutor in the ESOL Beginner's Book Club.

For more information on this role please download the ESOL Beginner's Book Club 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 2 January 2015.

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