Volunteers

 

At Wirral Evolutions we are proud to have an amazing team of volunteers who work within our services. Our volunteers bring a wide variety of skills and experience to our services. We welcome and value every volunteer, whatever your interests, background or skills.

We have a Volunteer Steering Group which meets every other month to shape and improve how we work with our volunteers.

Why Volunteer

Volunteering with us can be a hugely rewarding experience with a number of benefits:

  • Helping to improve lives and promote independence for people with disabilities
  • The opportunity to meet new people from different background
  • The chance to develop new skills and have new experiences
  • Improve your CV
  • For those wanting a career in Social Care, it can provide valuable insight and experience
  • Giving back to your local community
  • Flexible hours to fit around your life and commitments

 2 The Royden Park Project

Volunteer Experiences

“As a volunteer at Pensbywood, I am supporting the staff and people who access the service to raise the profile of the centre by using my media skills to highlight their dedication and enthusiasm for the service. I really enjoy the diversity of the role and contributing to such a great service.”

“I am a retired children’s nurse and I wished to give something back to society. I came to volunteer at Heswall Centre one day a week. I feel whatever skills a person has can be put to good use at Heswall.  I have supported people in a range of actives by working alongside staff who have been so welcoming, I really enjoy my role at Heswall and it is great to be part of a team again.”

"As a retired primary school teacher, I really enjoy being able to use by communication skills with out clients and am rewarded by their increased confidence in the use of language. I have also been fortunate enough to be involved with the falconry and love watching their positive reponses to the birds."

 "I volunteer at Oakenholt, helping people with learning and physical disabilities. I support them by helping the staff with activities. I also help people who have poor mobility or poor eyesight. I enjoy helping people."

"I love volunteering at Cambridge Road, it is a chance to give something back to people."

"Volunteering has allowed be to share the skills I have as well as learning new ones."

"I love being part of the sports groups and helping to motivate people. I love sports myself so it's great to be doing something I love that helps others. I have enjoyed watching people who have not been motivated become keen sports people and enjoy healthy competition between themselves."

"Volunteering has helped me manage my own personal issues. It gives me something to get up for." 

How to Volunteer With Us

If you would like to know more about volunteering at our services, you can contact individual locations directly (please see the ‘Day Opportunities’ and ‘Day Centres’ sections) or for general information contact our Head Office at The Grange on 0151 637 2030 or email  info@wirralevolutions.org

 

Volunteer Opportunities

 

CLICK HERE to view current opportunities  across our services. 

 

Information & Updates for Existing Volunteers

 

Volunteer Steering Group

The Volunteer Steering Group is an opportunity for volunteers to meet each other and engage with the company. Come and learn more about the range and breadth of activities undertaken by fellow Volunteers across Wirral and discuss all aspects of volunteering with Wirral Evolutions. 

The Volunteer Steering Group is held on a monthly basis, the 2018 meeting dates will to be announced soon.