What volunteering opportunities are available?
This year marks the start of a transformational year for Caudwell Children.
We are now in our new home, the Caudwell International Children’s Centre, dedicated to assessment, intervention, support and research into autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. The Centre will help us change the lives of even more children and we want you to be part of it!
See below the volunteer opportunities available in the Caudwell International Children’s Centre.
To support the team in an administrative capacity. Processing applications and family support referrals. Use IT systems to undertake a range of office tasks, general office duties, including filing, data entry and answering the telephone.
To provide an efficient warm welcome to visitors arriving at the centre. To assist with any visitor enquiries and answering the telephone.
To ensure that families have the relevant information about their visit to the centre or the services we offer. A point of contact for any questions or queries that the families have.
To support families whilst they are visiting the centre, ensuring that they are in the right place at the right time and can find their way around the building. Spend time with the families and the children between sessions and appointments, offering refreshments and maintaining the public areas.
Short Breaks Activities Assistant
Supporting disabled children to access activities provided by the charity within the Staffordshire area.
Information Support (Hospital)
Supporting the delivery of information points based within hospitals and children’s healthcare settings. The role is only available regionally.
To raise vital funds for the charity through helping at our events or organising your own small scale fundraisers such as collections or bake sales.
Register your interest!
Be brave and enquire today!
After submitting your enquiry, one of our volunteering specialists will be in touch. However, should you wish to contact us please email email@example.com
Thank you for your support.
Change your life
Kenny started volunteering with us and he’s now in full-time employed as an Assistant Grants Officer.
“I wanted to get the most out of volunteering at Caudwell Children, so I volunteered in as many departments as they would let me. No day was ever the same. I could be helping to secure prizes for an event one day, helping out on a short break another day, or talking to the parents of disabled children on the phone, giving them advice the next! I really felt like I was developing valuable experience which subsequently got me paid job at the charity.”