Want to become an Allsorts Volunteer?

WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY RECRUITING VOLUNTEERS

We usually have an intake of volunteers once a year. We are not currently looking for volunteers, but if you are interested please email us & you will then be added to a list.

"I have been volunteering with Allsorts since August 2016 and have loved every minute of it so far. I love getting to know the young people that come and being able to listen to what's happening in their lives and offer support. There is lots of fun to be had too getting creative in art projects and playing games etc"
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If you application is successful the process will then be;

  • Apply by filling out the application form.
  • Invited to visit drop-in
  • If successful you will be invited to an interview which is conducted by a member of staff, a volunteer and a young person who regularly attends drop in.
  • If successful you will be required to attend an induction training programme before starting to attend drop in.
  • In line with our Safeguarding Policy, you must undergo a DBS check (funded by Allsorts), and complete an online safeguarding course.
  • On your first few drop-ins you will be buddied up with a vollie who’s been attending for a while to ease you in, show you the ropes and answer any questions you might have.
"The problems young people face are much the same I faced in the 80’s. Volunteering can be very rewarding if anyone reading this is thinking about giving it a go."
CHRIS
WHAT TO EXPECT
WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR
WHAT IT'S LIKE AT DROP-IN
MEET OUR VOLUNTEERS
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Registered office address: 69 Ship Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1AE.