Volunteering is hugely rewarding and a great help
Time is the best present you can give someone, and that’s why volunteering for a charity is hugely rewarding in many ways. It can help improve mental health, you can learn new skills, meet new people and help your local community.
Accessibility and diversity
We encourage people with disabilities and from diverse backgrounds to apply for our volunteer roles. Our offices and interview space are wheelchair accessible, with a Changing Places toilet. There is also accessible parking and a lift close by. All our literature is available in alternative formats upon request. We welcome potential volunteers to have a conversation with us about any interview adaptations they may need.
Current volunteering opportunities:
Are you passionate about working with children and young people with additional needs? Get involved in Sports at Allsorts.
We’re growing all the time, with new families joining and new activities being developed for children with additional needs as well as the wider public.
We’re looking for Volunteers who will be essential in maintaining the smooth running of our office environment
Could you use your skills to support Allsorts, spreading the word within the local community about the great work the charity does?
To apply for any of our Volunteering roles please contact us directly.
“You get to work alongside some amazing people, all doing their bit to help others. It’s a great team and a fantastic sense of achievement.”Allsorts volunteer
Volunteering with Allsorts can help with a new career path and build confidence, whilst supporting families who have children with additional needs. We have a variety of opportunities at Allsorts for you to get involved with.