Help stop the heebie-jeebies…

Learning new things can feel scary – so having someone on your side can really help.

Helping someone to build their skills is rewarding and great experience (eg for teaching).

Two local schemes need help. Could you help out with course sessions or one to one? You’d be helping:

  • people in recovery from mental health problems who are building their skills on courses such as ‘Confidence to Work’ and ‘Basic IT’.
  • people with little or no English who’d like to learn and practice speaking it

You’ll receive training and ongoing support (the time needed from you varies). Find out more:

Help make recovery a reality with Richmond Fellowship

Course Support Volunteers needed at Huddersfield and Dewsbury. This role is about making people feel welcome and helping them to take part in the courses. It’s a good role for you if you are a people person who can put people at their ease.
Contact Karl.Jackson-Lander@RichmondFellowship.org.uk

Talk English Friend

Help people learn English and get more involved in community life. You’ll be matched with someone with little or no English who you can meet up with for an hour or so a week (maybe in the library) to practice everyday English with. Training and support is provided. Another role for peopley people!

josh@paddocktrust.org.uk   or  call 01484 431400