[Skip to content]

Change colour Grey on white Black on yellow
Birmingham and Solihull Mental health NHS Foundation Trust
Better Together
.
Bookmark and Share

Caring Minds seeks volunteers

Published: 21/07/2014


Are you looking to make a real difference for our service users but not sure how? Why not support our Trust charity, Caring Minds, by offering your time and volunteering in our Trust?

Volunteering is a great way to learn something new and meet new people. It can be very rewarding and it will help to make a real impact to the charity and the people who use our services.

We are looking to recruit five volunteers to offer two hours of their week to activate and engage with the local area on behalf of the charity. Our volunteers will promote Caring Minds through events and other opportunities in the local community. There are several opportunities related to fundraising and we would welcome applications from anyone who is interested.

charity 181x181

To find out more about the role, please visit the NHS Jobs website here.

There is no closing date to apply for the post as the advert will close as soon as sufficient applications have been received. So if you are interested, please apply for as soon as you can.

For more information about Caring Minds, visit www.caringminds.org.

For further details about volunteering with our Trust, please email volunteering@bsmhft.nhs.uk.


Help with applications


There are two local volunteer bureaus where potential volunteers can get help and advice regarding completing applications and searching for opportunities:

Birmingham Volunteer Service Council (BVSC) is based in Birmingham city centre near the Bull Ring. You can telephone them on 0121 643 4343. You can email them at volunteering@bvsc.org or you can visit their website www.bvsc.org.

Solihull Sustain is based at The Priory, Church Hill Road, Solihull. You can telephone them on 0121 711 3148, 0121 770 889. Alternatively, you can email them at enquiries@solihull-sustain.org.uk or info@solihull-sustain.org.uk or you can visit their website www.solihull-sustain.org.uk.