Volunteering with Respect for All

There are many ways that people can volunteer their help with Respect for All:

Trustees
Respect for All welcome people who have an interest in becoming a Trustee. People who have experience and knowledge of our clients is a plus, but not essential. Maybe you have experience of fund-raising, accounts, budgeting, interviewing, IT skills, advertising, good people skills, or simply want to help improve Services for the people we work with.
Committee members meet quarterly and attend an AGM in September. Please contact us for more information.

Volunteers
Alternatively we also welcome people who wish to contribute their time to a particular area such as fund-raising but not necessarily become a Trustee. Please contact us if you wish to help in this way.

Counsellors in Training
We offer a training placement to students taking the Diploma in Counselling. We need you to have some knowledge and experience of learning disability or autism. Normally you would be in your second year but exceptionally we may take a first year student. Please contact us for more information.

Qualified Counsellors
If you have experience of learning disability or autism, either professionally or personally, you may be interested in joining our team. Please contact us to find out when we are next recruiting.



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