What you'll gain from being a volunteer
Volunteers are an integral part of St Mungo's and we recognise and value the huge contribution they make.
In return, we can offer you a rewarding experience by providing opportunities to:
- Make a significant contribution to combating homelessness
- Develop skills and experience of the homelessness sector within a dynamic, positive, friendly and supportive environment, and have access to some of the training courses at St Mungo's
- Access an extensive volunteer training programme and e-learning programme
- Socialise with like minded people and other volunteers
How to apply
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Search our current volunteering vacancies and find the right opportunity for you. Then simply complete the application form and we’ll be in touch to discuss next steps. We advertise new volunteer roles on the first and third Friday's of every month so remember to keep checking our page!
Got a question about a role or how to apply?
Take a look at our frequently asked questions here.See our current volunteering vacancies
We are an Investing in Volunteers accredited organisation, a national quality mark we have held since 2013. This means if you are a volunteer with us you are with an organisation externally verified as supporting our volunteers in the best way possible.
Find out more information about Investing in Volunteers here.
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When you hear about other people's experiences and establish a connection with that person, you start to realise what really matters.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Sara volunteered in our mental health service in Bath, supporting people who have experienced homelessness and adapting to volunteering during an unprecedented time.Read her blog