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Volunteer Mentor

Location: Gloucestershire
Hours: 2-3 per week
Salary: NA
Planned start date: 27th April

Gloucestershire Young Women & Girls Mentoring Project is aimed at assisting those who are currently facing challenges in their lives, requiring support and encouragement to help set achievable goals as well as raising awareness of their mental and emotional well-being.   We are therefore looking for local people to help support this work through providing mentoring on a one-to-one basis.

Aims and positive outcomes for Young Women and Girls:

  • Achieve goals for the future
  • Increase personal resilience
  • Become more independent and self sufficient
  • Increase self confidence
  • Develop a positive outlook and feeling of wellbeing
  • Build on strengths and reach potential

As a volunteer mentor we ask that you:

  • Can commit to 12 months volunteering
  • Have a non-judgemental approach
  • Are a great listener
  • Can maintain confidentiality
    • Are able to empathise with others from different backgrounds, faiths or ethnicities
  • Are able to attend training and supervision sessions
  • Are determined and not easily discouraged

We particularly encourage applications from females and those with ‘lived experience’ who have faced their own challenges.

All volunteering is subject to an Enhanced DBS check and references. Thames Valley Partnership will provide the necessary training and support to carry out the role. We reimburse expenses incurred whilst volunteering.

How to apply

For more information about volunteering or to request an application form, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Emma via

Application deadline: 20th April

Web link: https://thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk/
Email address: emma@thamesvalleypartnership.org.uk
Phone number: 07949455415

More about Thames Valley Partnership

Thames Valley Partnership was established to support people impacted upon by the Criminal Justice Sector. We look after victims of crime, offenders and their families.

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