Volunteer Your Time
We regularly host ‘new volunteers’ sessions’ for potential volunteers to see the work of Trinity first-hand and discuss with members of the management team if there is a suitable voluntary position available.
There are countless ways that you can volunteer your time with Trinity. We will definitely be able to find something that will fit around you. For an informal chat about volunteering, feel free to call us.
We hold a volunteer session every other month where you will be able to find out more about Trinity during a short presentation, tour and Q&A
We hold a volunteer session every other month where you will be able to find out more about Trinity during a short presentation, tour, and Q&A.
Our next new volunteer session will be held on Wednesday 15th September at 10am. If you are interested in attending the session, please contact us here.
If you have time to spare during the day, and are able to commit to volunteering with us in the morning or afternoon, we would love to hear from you. From Monday to Friday, 9.00am – 4.00pm, volunteers can:
- Help in the kitchen, cooking or serving
- Clean or tidy up
- Help with learning activities
- Sort through donated items
Saturday Morning Volunteer
On Saturday morning’s we open our doors to rough sleepers for a few hours for them to enjoy a cooked breakfast. We need volunteers to help on Saturday mornings from 9.00am to 11.00am. This involves:
- Making and serving a cooked breakfast
- Talking with rough sleepers
- Cleaning up the main hall
Do you love gardening? Why not volunteer a few hours of your time to help us keep our garden in check. This would include:
- Mowing the grass
- General tidying of our garden areas
Could you dedicate a couple of hours of your time to help fundraiser for Trinity, if so we’d love to hear from you. Volunteers can get involved with:
- Trinity’s Big Sleep Out
- WHD Black Tie Dinner
- Trinity’s Big Bike Ride
- Challenge events
- Winchester Christmas market
- Bucket collections
- General fundraising
Job Club Volunteer
Job Club offers an introduction to using e-mails, writing a CV, job search training, interview techniques and how to use the government gateway website.
The club provides the opportunity to access learning and training, gain nationally recognised qualifications through courses at local educational providers and attain the skills and confidence they need to secure employment.
We are looking for volunteers who could support the club in:
- Preparing a CV
- Job searching
- Interview skills
- Basic IT skills
- Work experiences opportunities
- Gaining qualifications
Maintenance volunteers provide valuable support to our team, keeping up the general maintenance of the building, which could include:
- General handy DIY tasks
- Painting and decorating
- Putting up shelves
- Repairing furniture
Some DIY skills would be desirable.