Volunteering

What we want from youPeople with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges are amongst some of the most socially isolated people in our society. Three Cs needs volunteers to help people live life to the full and contribute to the community as equal citizens.

Community Link Volunteers enabling people to access and enjoy events and activities in the local community.
We are looking for volunteers who will: support people to take part in events and activities in the local community; befriend people and help them to have full and rewarding lives; mentor people and help realise their potential. No previous experience is needed, just a ‘can do’ attitude, common sense and a desire to make a positive impact upon the lives of people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges.

What you get from us

Volunteering at Three Cs offers you the chance to contribute positively to the lives of people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges, develop new skills, meet new people and have fun! It can also make a good first step towards a career in social care and community based services. Full training will be provided and out-of-pocket expenses paid.

How to apply

Download the Application Form which you can find here, or contact our Social Inclusion and Volunteer Worker, Josephine Healy on 020 8269 4340 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

For a more detailed overview of the role click here.

Get a copy of the Equality and Diversity at Three Cs monitoring form here.

To read our Support for Living leaflet click here.

For a copy of Three Cs Volunteers Handbook click here.

For a copy of Three Cs Equal Opportunities Policy click here.

NOTE: These are unpaid volunteer roles that may be ended at any time at the discretion of either party. However, to get the most out of your volunteering experience at Three Cs, we encourage you to commit to a minimum of 6 months with us.