Volunteers enrich the service we offer by contributing their gifts, time and personalities. All relationships are mutual and in return volunteers get the opportunity to use their gifts in a way that makes a real difference. Volunteering can happen on a regular basis in any dimension of the service or on a more irregular basis by giving your time or energy for a specific pastoral event. We always warmly welcome any enquiries for support.
If you would like to volunteer with the Brothers of Charity in England, in our Merseyside, Greater Manchester or Lancashire regions we would love to hear from you!
Many of the people we support would greatly value the opportunity to develop 1-1 friendships with volunteers who have a couple of hours to spare in the week.
In today’s economic climate, this is needed more than ever, to ensure that the people who use our services can access opportunities which would not be available to them without support and which makes their life rich and meaningful.
This could involve:
- A trip into the town centre for a walk on the park, or a stroll round the market.
- A walk to the pub for a drink and a chat.
- Going to watch football with another football fan!
- Attending a brass band concert.
- Bowling, cinema……. and lots more opportunities to develop a true friendship and to participate in interests and hobbies.