Who can volunteer?
You don’t need qualifications or previous experience of this kind of work to volunteer for Victim Support. All you need is the willingness to help and a little time – we’ll do the rest. You can get involved in volunteering as early as 13 but you’ll need to be over the age of 18 to take on one of our support roles.
As part of your application to volunteer for Victim Support, we may have to do a check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). This is for the protection of the people we help. We will also need to check your Right to Work/Volunteer status; we will ask for proof of your right of residency in the UK.
If you’re a student, we’d love to hear from you and may have roles that would fit well around your studies. We do ask that you consider how long you are able to commit for if you’re applying for one of our community support roles, due to the financial investment we make in our training. If you’re not sure whether you’ll be able to commit to a longer term volunteering opportunity then why not get involved in some fundraising!