Become a volunteer
There are five different ways that you can get involved. Whatever your reason for volunteering, we have something for you.
You can find out more below, or go straight to our current volunteering vacancies.
“I would recommend volunteering at Victim Support because I was at university with two young children when my volunteering started, volunteering can build your confidence if you are planning to return to work after a long absence or can be fitted into various lifestyles as appointments are arranged by you.” – Julie, North Homicide Service
Work alongside our staff teams to provide emotional and practical support to victims of crime, helping them to move beyond crime.
Typical time commitment required: at least three hours per week, for at least a year.
Help us to engage our local communities and inform them about crime and our work.
Typical time commitment required: at least three hours per month, for at least three months.
Use their professional knowledge, skills and expertise to provide a range of support to the organisation with specific tasks or projects.
Typical time commitment required: at least three hours per year, as a one-off or more often.
Share their personal experience of the effects of crime to help others and to inform our work.
Typical time commitment required: at least 30 minutes, as a one-off or more often.
Volunteers who’ve experienced crime that want to use their experience to help to support others.
Typical time commitment required: at least four hours per month, at least once a year.