Volunteers are an invaluable resource as they give us their time, dedication, skills and knowledge to support the work we do here at Emmaus Hertfordshire. We are always keen to hear from people who can support us in a number of roles, through front line retail jobs through to training and support of our companions.
If you are interested in volunteering your time in our community there are many specific roles available on an ongoing basis such as textile sorters, sales assistants, admin assistants and van drivers, amongst many others.
Do you have a talent or skill you wish to teach companions at Emmaus?
Do you have a talent or skill you would like to teach companions at Emmaus Hertfordshire? As well as our open volunteer opportunities, we are always looking for volunteers that can teach companions skills that will help them in the future or train them in a certain area of employment.
Workshop: Could you teach our companions upholstery, wood work, upcycling, recycling, arts & crafts, painting, decorating, tiling?
Retail: Could you teach our companions merchandising techniques, customer service skills, how to deal with complaints, or how to work as part of a team?
Life skills: Could you teach our companions budgeting skills, gardening skills, cooking and healthy eating skills, interview skills, or how to search for jobs?
Fitness & Sport: Could you coach our companions in a sport such as football, yoga, running, or general fitness?
If you are interested in using your skills to support Emmaus Hertfordshire, please call us on 01727 817294 or email us at [email protected]
Volunteers wanted! We are currently looking for retail volunteers to support our shop teams in St Albans, Tring and Boxmoor. Volunteers must be confident in serving customers and using the till, full training will be provided.
We are currently looking for volunteers specifically for Saturday morning and afternoon shifts. You will be working alongside formerly homeless individuals who are being supported by Emmaus Hertfordshire.
Volunteer duties are varied but will include serving and talking to customers and using the till, sorting donations, tidying the shop, arranging displays in the shop and anything else you could help us with!
For more information or to apply, please contact: