Volunteering is fun, rewarding and a great opportunity to meet new people, be more involved with your community and make a real difference. You can also develop your existing skills and gain new ones. Volunteering is also a great way of enhancing your CV and we can even provide a reference to a future employer.
Please note we do not have opportunities to volunteer working directly with our service users.
If you are interested in helping within one of our services, then please click here to take a look at our Supply Work opportunities as this can be flexible to suit your lifestyle in the same way as volunteering.
Not necessarily. We value past experience and utilising expert skills, but we do also value support from people who are just willing and able to get stuck in.
It depends on the opportunity you are volunteering for. Hours are flexible to suit your lifestyle, although we would ask for a regular commitment and the suggested hours are stated in the more detailed role descriptions.
It depends on the opportunity you are volunteering for, but most work is likely to be done in the Fundraising Office in Whiteley, Fareham. Sometimes you may be able to work from home or from any number of locations across the local area.
We will reimburse all reasonable out of pocket expenses. All volunteers are asked to do is keep expenses to a minimum and to supply receipts. Our expense procedure will be explained as part of your induction.
Are you stuck for something to do in between your studies? Or looking for work experience?
Why not do something exciting and become a volunteer for Autism Hampshire? It will look great on your CV and we can offer you fantastic opportunities that could make a real difference to your career...
To apply to become a volunteer, please download and complete the application form below, and return by email to email@example.com or by post to: STRICTLY PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL, Kerry Houghton, Autism Hampshire,1648 Parkway, Solent Business Park, Whiteley, Fareham, Hants. PO15 7AH
Are you interested in working with people on the spectrum? Would you like to be involved in providing opportunities for autistic adults to meet up with each other? Apply to become a Serendipity social group facilitator.
Click here to find out more about the groups.
Purpose of the role
To support the running of the Serendipity social groups. These groups are for adults (18+) who are on the autism spectrum and are looking to increase their social opportunities and meet other people who are on the autism spectrum.
Groups run 1.5 to 2 hrs per session and meet weekly, fortnightly or monthly. Whilst we value regular commitment, you will be joining a team, so you do not need to be available for every session.