Volunteer with us
We have launched an exciting new volunteer role at DLF! We’re looking for out-going, enthusiastic people who are happy to give talks to groups in their local communities about the living aids available that could transform their lives.
With a huge range of equipment available, sometimes it can be confusing to know where to start.
- How do you know what is available?
- Where do you go to buy equipment?
- How do you know if a supplier is reputable?
Our Independent Living Volunteers help answer these questions through informal, relaxed talks at local community venues, which are free for people to attend.
If you could spare a few hours per month and are happy presenting to small and medium sized groups, then we want to hear from you.
What would I be doing?
Deliver informative talks about daily living aids to community groups. We find the audiences for you – we just need your enthusiasm and great communication skills to deliver the talks. Don’t worry, you won’t be asked to ‘sell’ anything, the purpose is to provide information only.
Where would I volunteer?
The talks are delivered at partner organisations across London. So you can volunteer within your local community, or travel a bit further afield if you prefer. We cover your travel expenses, so you aren’t out of pocket.
How much time do I need to commit?
This is really flexible – you can do just one or two talks per month, or as many as you like! Each talk takes around one to two hours.
Sounds great – what’s next?
To apply or if you’d like to have a chat about the role, contact Kayann Porter on 07855 005709 or email email@example.com
We’ll provide a one day Induction session so you know exactly what you need to do when you present your first talk and we also offer on-going support and development opportunities.