Ad Hoc Volunteering
Ad hoc Volunteering at Juno allows individuals to dip in and out to meet lifestyle constraints. Individuals are added to a bank of 30 volunteers and invited to support when needed.
Juno can’t guarantee volunteering opportunities that will fit for all, so we will check in with the bank of volunteers once a year to see if they want to remain on the list.
Currently, Juno may ask for support throughout the year for tasks such as:
To join the ad-hoc bank of volunteers Juno is looking for people who share Juno’s Values and Vision, with:
- The ability to work in a team: friendly, approachable, enthusiastic.
- Some understanding of domestic abuse and the impact of trauma.
If working directly with survivors, volunteers will need:
- Basic understanding of safeguarding children and adults at risk
- An empathetic and sensitive approach to working with survivors.
- Understanding of confidentiality.
For some tasks volunteers will need:
- An enhanced valid DBS.
- A valid MOT, Insurance and Tax for own vehicle.
Juno will provide an induction and regular contact and reviews with the Volunteer Coordinator and the Service Manager.
Juno will also pay for certain expenses incurred by the volunteer and ensure access to external training where needed.