We value the contribution of our Corporate & Individual Volunteers throughout the Benjamin Foundation. We acknowledge that our volunteers are vital in supporting and delivering our services.
Volunteering is a two way process and in order to ensure that you have a positive experience, we seek to:
- Offer equal opportunities to get involved
- Match your skills to the right volunteering role
- Provide support, training and supervision
- Build confidence and self esteem
- Improve your CV and gain work experience
- Make new friends
- Make a difference to your community
To find out more about our current volunteering opportunities please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben's workforce is a service for people in North Norfolk who need someone to do small maintenance and repair jobs around the home to allow them to retain independent living. We are looking for volunteers to help our team to help even more people in the local community. Please see the role description for more information.
- Role opportunities: Gardening, carpentry, building, decorating, office admin
- Hours: Flexible to suit your needs
- Location: North Norfolk
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Volunteers from Aviva joined staff and residents at one of The Benjamin Foundation's services in King's Lynn for a day long makeover event. Decorating and gardening jobs were tackled during the day as 20 pairs of hands set to work at The Hub on the Fairstead estate.
Manager of The Hub Ian Jansens said "The Aviva volunteers have made a real difference and we've achieved so much in a day. The residents have already been making their own improvements but today we've made so much more progress. The young people we support here have had a tough start to their lives and so any support from local companies is always welcomed".
Volunteer Carol Hall added "We enjoyed the day out of the office knowing we were helping The Benjamin Foundation's work with young adults in King's Lynn".
A big thank you to Jewsons of Kings Lynn for donating the wood and also to Fairstead Partnership for the funds to purchase gardening equipment, seeds etc which will enable the young residents to grown their own vegetables.