We are always looking for great people to join our team and have several different volunteering opportunities.
You can volunteer to help out at one of our youth clubs, perhaps with a specific activity such as crafts, sports or to run the tuck shop.
There are plenty of other ways to get involved too, so if you are interested or just want to find out a bit more, please get in contact with us.Get in contact
Going into local primary and secondary schools at lunchtimes with the Outbreak team to interact and build positive and meaningful relationships with pupils and staff, through conversation, play, games and sport.
Working within local primary and secondary schools to support young people with behavioural and emotional difficulties. This is done through one-to-one support and small group work running 6-8 week targeted programmes.
Committing to a one year Outbreak supported mentoring relationship with a young person to support them in a key stage in their life. A mentor commits to meeting with their mentee for one hour a week, is given training and receives professional supervision and support throughout.
Being part of the Outbreak #HotChocolateThursdays team serving hot chocolates to children, teenagers and parents as they pass on their way home from school. Engaging and building relationships with young and old alike through conversation and the various street games and activities set up around the stall.
Going out on foot in the afternoons and evenings around Pimlico to engage and build relationships with young people through conversation, play, games and sport.
Please be aware that Outbreak, as part of The Pimlico Foundation, is a Christian organisation and although we’re not faith biased – you don’t have to go to church to be a volunteer – we are faith based which means that we need you to be confident and comfortable working under and in line with our ethos and principles.About Outbreak
In addition, any volunteering position would be subject to a full DBS check.