Volunteer with us

Volunteering is incredibly important to our organisations and how we work. We have a variety of volunteering opportunities within the organisations that make up LGBT NI. Volunteers bring vital skills, experience, diversity and character to our organisations and we do our best to ensure that we can provide opportunities for volunteers. We actively seek to promote, support and involve volunteers in all aspects of our work.

If you are interested in volunteering with any LGBT organisation then please browse the volunteering opportunities below.  If however, we currently have no opportunities listed or you feel you have skills and experience you would like to contribute that we have not identified please feel free to send an email to james@rainbow-project.org with a short message on what you would like to do and together with the volunteer coordination scheme we may be able to work something out!

 

 

 

 

 

Vacancies

Current Vacancy: Volunteer Archiver and Cleaner

Closing Date: May 17th 2013

Details: The Rainbow Project and Cara-Friend are two of the largest LGBT organisations in Northern Ireland, employing around 20 staff between them. Offering a variety of services, sometimes it can be difficult for staff to have the time to properly archive and organise storage space. We are looking for two volunteers to help us to organise our two store rooms. Availability Times and days you are available are flexible and will be agreed in conjunction with the Rainbow Project Volunteer Coordinator

Contact: James Copeland (Volunteer Coordinator) on 028 90319030 or email james@rainbow-project.org for more information

Current Vacancy: Volunteer Helpline Officer

Closing Date: Ongoing

Details: Cara-Friend provides Northern Ireland’s only LGBT and Family phone, online and email support service through the newly merged Lesbian Line and Gay Helpline. With a growing number of service users and capacity, Cara-Friend are looking to further expand the service and need interested volunteers on the Helpline. You must identify as LGB or T or are a member of Family Ties to become a volunteer helpline officer. We are particularly looking for transgender volunteers who could benefit others by providing their time.  You will be expected to perform at least one Helpline session per month for a period of 4 hours

Contact: Marc Pyper (Volunteer Coordinator) on 028 90890202 or email marc.pyper@cara-friend.org.uk for more information