Volunteers are at the heart of SANE's services and without your time, energy and enthusiasm, we wouldn't be able to continue the vital work that we do. You don't have to be a mental health expert to volunteer with us, just compassionate, empathic and have an interest in mental health.
SANE services rely on volunteers to provide frontline support on the phone and by text. Both are based in our London office;
Full training is provided so if you’ve got a lot or little experience we’ll train and support you throughout your time with us.
Whatever your interests, experience or skills, you could help make a real difference to the lives of people affected by mental illness.
“In my career I’ve needed to work with facts and data and so volunteering with SANE over the last three years has been an interesting and eye-opening transition, as being able to offer emotional support to service users has required that I really connect on an emotional level.” John
You can gain so much when you volunteer with us. Not only will you be doing something really worthwhile, you'll also meet new people and gain valuable experience. “One of the best things about volunteering with SANE is the focus on the support and development of the volunteers, and the recognition that they are one of the most important parts of what the charity tries to do.” Mike
“When I retired from my work in education, I was eager to find some voluntary work that gave me a new challenge.” Anthea
If after reading the information pack you feel this role might be right for you, the first step is to attend an Open Day/Evening.
The next Open Day/Evening will take place on the 14th of September @ 18:30
2 Fieldway Crescent
Places are limited so if you would like to come please book your place here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sane-volunteering-open-evening-tickets-26878772131
If you don’t book a place you may not be able to join the open evening.
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We really do hope to see you on the 14th of September 2016.