Money Tree Volunteers
We ask for at least one day a week, Monday-Friday during office hours, plus supervision meetings, reflective practice and training (we can be flexible about when you can do this). We ask that all volunteers commit to a minimum of six months.
Young people in Bristol have high levels of rent arrears, with the majority of court action / evictions relating to arrears. As a result many of our service users experience repeat homelessness.
The majority have an assessed need for money management skills. It's a well known fact that young people in social and supported housing are the most likely people to struggle with their money.
Firstly, they generally don't have a lot of it so making ends meet is hard. Secondly, a lot of young people have never had any advice or training about how to budget or where to go for help.
Young people often tell us they need much more support around money and as a volunteer on this project you can help us offer just that.
We will provide all the training you need in 1:1 work, financial capability and AQA accreditation. We will also provide ongoing support and mentoring including Reflective Practice
Please use the Volunteer Application Form (word doc 101kb) to apply and email to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a completed Equalities Monitoring Form (word doc. 29kb).
Read our full Volunteering Policy (pdf 140kb) and DBS Information Page(pdf 183kb).
Successful candidates require an enhanced DBS check.
1625 Independent People is committed to promoting equal opportunity and diversity.
Any enquiries or if you need a paper version sent to you please email email@example.com or call 0117 317 8800.