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Thanks for your interest in being a volunteer with Peabody.

Register to volunteer with us and join our mailing list:

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    Basic training will be provided for all roles or activities listed.

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    We ask for your name in order to accurately reflect the demographics of our volunteers once you start in a role with us. For this purpose, your name will be held by the Volunteering Team only and will not be shared with third parties alongside your Equal Opportunities information. Prior to this, your data will be used anonymously to accurately monitor the demographics of those applying to volunteer on our programmes.

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    DDA definition includes among others the following conditions:
    - Physical impairments (asthma, diabetes, epilepsy etc.)
    - Mental impairments (learning difficulties, dyslexia, clinically recognised mental health issues)
    - Sensory impairment (hearing or visual impairment not corrected by glasses)
    - Progressive conditions (cancer, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy HIV)

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    Please note: by submitting this form you will be added to our mailing list and will receive information about our upcoming volunteering opportunities.

 


 

Why volunteer?

Volunteering will help you:

  • Gain confidence
  • Meet new people
  • Improve your skills
  • Gain work experience

The personal development of our volunteers is very important to us, and as well as supporting you fully, we'll help you access ongoing training, including free accredited qualifications.

We provide written references and help with finding work through our employment service which also offers apprenticeship schemes.

And you'll be reimbursed for travel and lunch expenses.

Find out more about volunteering