"I feel valued and that I am making a real difference to the lives of people struggling to overcome their circumstances."
"Knowing that the children are safe and cared for by the volunteers is a great help and the children are able to build up relationships with the volunteers gradually and without pressure."
"The people who make up Friends of the Family became my family when I needed it most and I cannot thank them enough."
The chance to improve a young child’s confidence; and help local mums and their families to build a more positive future. You will gain hands-on experience in supporting children to initiate and direct their own play in order to explore their own experiences and further development.
Other benefits include new friendships, induction training on play and safeguarding, weekly session debriefs and support meetings as a team, ongoing training and reimbursement of travel expenses. Find out more from our volunteers.
Volunteers must be a minimum age of 21. Applicants to the role are subject to an interview, DBS and references check.