We have a range of opportunities to get involved in supporting the work of Disability Nottinghamshire.
We ask all who are joining us in a voluntary capacity to complete an application form, attend an informal interview, and provide two successful references. Volunteers may also be subject to a DBS check.
We invite you to complete an application form here:
If you have any queries, questions or concerns or would like a hard copy of the application form, please get in contact by calling us at 01623 625 891 or by emailing Virginia.McAll-Porter@disabilitynottinghamshire.org.uk
We are looking for people willing to bring energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to the role, and who will broaden the diversity of thinking on our board.
Our trustees play a vital role in making sure that Disability Nottinghamshire achieves its core purpose. They oversee the overall management and administration of the charity, whilst ensuring that Disability Nottinghamshire has a clear strategy and that our work and goals are in line with our vision. They also support and challenge the executive team to enable Disability Nottinghamshire to grow and thrive.
Trustee Board members have a collective responsibility. This means that trustees always act as a group and not as individuals.
You do not need previous experience – we will provide a full induction and training.
Interested in finding out what it takes to be a trustee? Considering joining our Trustee board? Get in contact.
Our befriending service is designed to provide individuals with companionship and support through one-to-one social interaction, initially over the telephone. Are you a good listener and want to make a positive difference? You could be a great befriender!
Last year we helped 2,000 people across Nottinghamshire thanks to the generous support of our donors and funders. We know there are more people across the County who need our help and fundraising and donations help us meet this demand. Community fundraisers help make this a reality, engaging communities and stakeholders in engaging ways to encourage donations
General and Welfare Benefits Advisor
We work to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their life by providing confidential advice and impartial choices. There are many challenges people face, in support of independent living we seek to support people to understand benefits their options and what changes occur.
Volunteers are core to this user-led service, being run by people with disabilities or caring experience for others in the community.
Would you like learn new skills and share your experiences?
You could be a great advisor!
For more information about any of the roles, please contact us at either 01623 625 891 or by emailing Virginia.McAll-Porter@disabilitynottinghamshire.org.uk