Personal details

Who should we contact in the case of an emergency?

We aim to involve people from a range of backgrounds and it is important that we monitor whether we are achieving this. In addition, we have to provide anonymous, statistical information to our funders.
If you consent to us recording this information for statistical and research purposes, please answer the following questions:

Volunteer Details

What would you like to achieve through your volunteering role? Select all that apply

Because you may come in to contact with people who are particularly vulnerable, we ask you to give the names of two referees. Referees should be someone who knows you well but is not related to you. It should be someone who can tell us what sort of person you are and about your suitability as a volunteer. Ideally you will have known them for more than two years. One of them needs to be somebody who knows you in a professional capacity (eg. employer, GP, college tutor, social worker)

Criminal Convictions: Because of the nature of our work, you are required by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 to declare all unspent criminal convictions, cautions, reprimands or warnings. Please detail below:
(Having a police record does not necessarily mean that you cannot do voluntary work. However, in order to seek voluntary opportunities with this organisation it is essential that you declare any convictions).