Emmaus Bristol

0117 954 0886|info@emmausbristol.org.uk

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Thank you for your interest, volunteers are essential to supporting our community

We run shops and businesses as social enterprises to support our charity, which helps homeless people to help themselves and others. Our volunteers work alongside companions (the formerly homeless people we support) and staff in everyday tasks and activities to support our community and busy social enterprises.

Please note that we are not actively asking for new volunteers right now. If you want to support our charity there are lots of other ways you can help us.

If you send your CV and area of interest to info@emmausbristol.org.uk, we will let you know when a suitable role comes up.

What can volunteers expect?

A warm welcome, training needed to fulfill their roles, and the opportunity to attend Emmaus UK events and training. If you’re looking to get experience or get back to work after a break, we’re a great place to build confidence, gain skills and get a reference.

If you just want to use your spare time to make a difference, we’re a friendly organisation where you can meet great people, and things are always interesting. Working alongside our companions, you will also positively and directly affect the lives of formerly homeless people.

All reasonable expenses can be reimbursed. Please note all volunteers must be over 18 years of age.

Got four hours a week to spare?

Take a look at our volunteer roles in our shops, warehouse and office to see if we have something that suits you.

Interested in a different role?

Please complete a Volunteer registration form, detailing your interests and experience and email it to volunteer@emmausbristol.org.uk. You can call us on 0117 954 0886 and ask to be put through to our Volunteer Coordinater if you have any questions.

Want to know what volunteering here is like?  Read our volunteer stories here and here.

Over the years we have been helped by volunteers in all these areas:

Interview with Charles