Volunteer

Volunteer with us and you’ll be part of a skilled and dedicated team making a real difference to the lives of women, children, and teenagers.

Juno was started by a group of women volunteers and volunteering remains central to our ethos. Many of our staff started out as volunteers.

Our volunteers are amazing and we couldn’t do what we do without them. Giving your time helps us to make our support go further and it can help you too. Apart from making new friends, volunteering can be a great way to put your skills to use and make a real difference to your life and the lives of those around you.

Currently, we have 10 active volunteers working with a variety of services including Stronger Families – as taxi escorts, supporting in children’s groups and helping with administration – with the SASS teams (city and county), in the helpline, in the IDVA service, with Serenity and supporting both the marketing and communications officer and volunteer coordinator.

Volunteer roles often involve supporting the team with admin and phone calls. More face-to-face work is available to volunteers if they support in groups such as The Freedom Programme or the Stronger Families Mum’s group.

Whether you’re looking to change career, use your skills in retirement or simply want to give something back and have expertise to share, we’d like to hear from you.

All our volunteers are trained on our free, mandatory, 10-week training course.

Please complete the forms below and return them to [email protected]

In response to COVID-19

We are not currently training volunteers at the moment. If you are looking for ways to get involved, check out our Amazon wishlist. The items in this wishlist can help ease anxiety and frustration, as well as help with the mental health and wellbeing of families, during lockdown. We've included some PPE equipment to help protect our support workers, too. There's something for every budget; if you could buy just one thing from this list, it will be very very much appreciated. Click here.

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