Our volunteers are a vital part of the ihAg team. As such, all volunteers are trained and supported by the management team to ensure they all feel part of the success story we share. In addition, for most roles we can cover childcare costs and travel expenses. In return, we ask for the same level of commitment and professionalism provided by our paid staff.
Money Adviser Volunteer
Could you help others to find their way through the money maze? Do you offer the listening and communication skills needed to support people who struggle with money management and debt? Would you be able to commit to two days per week in return for up to three months training in welfare benefits, debt management and money advice?
If so, we would love to hear from you.
Money Advice Volunteer Administrator
We are currently looking for volunteers to help transfer the paper files onto the electronic filing system. This would involve scanning and saving confidential paperwork – full training will be provided but basic IT knowledge is required.
If you are interested in this role, please contact us to find out more.
For more information regarding volunteering with the Money Advice Service, please click here.
Volunteering at the Chapman Centre could involve helping in the kitchen to produce the daily lunch provided. Alternatively, it could involve helping with the social activities, such as craft work or running workshops. Our team of Assertive Street Outreach Workers are also looking for volunteers to support them in their work in the community.
If you would think you’ve got what it takes to make a difference in people’s lives, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with more information about how you can help.
Become a Trustee
We are very grateful for the professional advice and expertise provided by our group of Trustees. If you are interested in becoming a Trustee and support the work of ihAg, please email ihAg’s Chief Executive Officer, Jools Ramsey, for more details.