Volunteering at George House Trust is organised, well delivered and rewarding

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Choosing to volunteer with us means you're joining a diverse and committed team, that makes a real difference to the lives of people living with or affected by HIV in the North West.  Volunteers have always been at the heart of George House Trust and they play a vital role in delivering services and supporting our work today.

 

INVESTING IN VOLUNTEERS

We are currently working towards renewing our Investors in Volunteers accreditation; the UK quality standard for organisations involving volunteers.

 

OPPORTUNITIES

We have a range of opportunities available; from roles directly supporting people through to awareness raising and one-off events volunteering. We're committed to offering quality volunteering experiences that enable you to use your existing skills, but also develop new ones too. If there is no role suitable for you at this time, check back regularly as we update the roles being recruited as opportunities become available.

 

RECRUITMENT

We are currently recruiting for many different roles. If you would like to apply for any of the opportunities listed below please complete our Volunteer Expression of Interest form at the bottom of this page and select the role you are interested in.

Role Category

Helping in our offices and restock George House Trust informational literature at identified sites across Greater Manchester. 

Role Purpose

To build capacity within the services team through supporting with various administrative tasks and projects in a busy office environment.

Role Category

Helping in Our Offices

Role Purpose

To provide support to help keep our office systems up to date to enable our service delivery and volunteer programme to run smoothly.  This role involves helping with a range of administrative tasks and working closely with staff members. You’ll gain an insight into how a charity works as well as developing your administration and IT skills.

Role Category

Supporting People

Role Purpose

To provide one to one counselling sessions to people living with HIV at George House Trust. We see people of all ages, genders, faiths, ethnic groups and sexualities. The diversity of clients that we see is one of the things that makes counselling at GHT so interesting - and sometimes quite challenging too. 

 

 

Role Category

Helping in Our Offices

Role Purpose

To provide support to the finance function of George House Trust. This role involves helping with a range of finance administration tasks and working closely with staff members. You’ll gain an insight into how a charity works as well as the opportunity to learn new skills in accounting and financial procedures.

Role Category

Awareness Raising Roles

Role Purpose

To raise awareness of the facts about HIV, the experiences of people living with HIV and to challenge stigma through sharing your personal experience in a range of settings.

We particularly encourage people who identify as female and people who have availability during week days to apply for this role. 

Role Category

Events

Role Purpose

To support the work of George House Trust by taking an active role in raising the profile of George House Trust at events and online. You will play a major part in challenging stigma by promoting a better understanding of HIV. This role will provide essential experience in event organisation and volunteer co-ordination so we ask for a minimum of 6 months commitment to get the best from this opportunity. 

Role Category

Fundraising and Awareness Raising

Role Purpose

To support the World AIDS Day Candlelit Vigil in Sackville Gardens by raising vital funds for local charities providing support to people living with HIV.

Role Category

Fundraising and Awareness Raising

Role Purpose

As our World AIDS Day Support Volunteer you will gain valuable experience in event planning, organisation and volunteer management. You will support the event organisation for World AIDS Day and carry out tasks related to our street fundraising and Candlelit Vigil in the lead up to World AIDS Day on December the 1st 2018.

Role Category

Supporting People

Role Purpose

As a Community Connections Volunteer you will be linked up with someone living with HIV who shares a similar interest to you. You’ll then plan and participate in activities together – and help ensure that people living with HIV feel community connected.

For more information and how to apply contact rachel@ght.org.uk

 

 

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VOLUNTEERING AT GEORGE HOUSE TRUST

 

We have a range of opportunities available; from roles supporting people to awareness-raising and one-off events volunteering.  We are committed to offering quality volunteering experiences that enable you to use your existing skills and develop new ones too.

 

Choosing to volunteer with us means you're joining a diverse and committed team, that makes a real difference to the lives of people living with or affected by HIV in the North West.  Volunteers have always been at the heart of George House Trust and they play a vital role in delivering services and supporting our work today.

 

RECRUITMENT

We are currently recruiting for the roles listed below.  To apply, complete the Expression of Interest form to start your journey to become a volunteer with us.  If there is no role suitable for you at this time, check back regularly as we update the roles being recruited as opportunities become available.

 

INVESTING IN VOLUNTEERS

We are currently working towards renewing our Investors in Volunteers accreditation, a UK quality standard for organisations involving volunteers.

 

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