INTERESTED IN BECOMING A VOLUNTEER?

 We aim to make a difference in the lives of people with a disability but we really can’t without the help of people like you.

We can offer training, support and out of pocket expenses. You would offer to help improve the quality of life of disabled people, giving the help now that you may need yourself in the future.

People just like you – or someone that you know already act as:- 

 

Further details of these roles and other ways of helping can be obtained by speaking with our office.

Please pass it on to someone that you know. Perhaps they, if not you, could help us to help others.

 

Would you be able to?

if so, then you could have the opportunity to make a real difference to the lives of a lot of local people as a volunteer advisor in our Disability Information and Advice Line service. in return we provide our volunteer advisors with all the training they need, a friendly and stimulating environment to work in, constant support - and we pay any expenses they incur.

Anyone of any age can join our team

If you think that you - or someone that you know – might be able to help us to provide clear, accurate, reliable information and advice to local people contact us.

Redditch Volunteers, Cathy and Hazel with manager Jim

Redditch Volunteer, Cathy with manager Jim and Redditch MP Jacqui Smith

Redditch Volunteer, Cathy and John with the Mayor of Redditch in the Kingfisher Centre

Dial volunteer Marcus and Dr. Richard Taylor MP at a award event in May for Wyre Forest volunteers

Dial volunteer Iain and Dr. Richard Taylor MP at a award event in May for Wyre Forest volunteers

Dial volunteer Joan and Dr. Richard Taylor MP at a award event in May for Wyre Forest volunteers

Wyre Forest based Dial volunteers and staff at the 2006 award lunch

Wyre Forest Volunteers, Beth, Edith and Lindsay with manager Jim at Kidderminster Town Hall

Wyre Forest Volunteer Edith with a Kidderminster Fireman at Kidderminster Town Hall

Mayor of Redditch at the Sure Start Funday at the Arrow Valley Park in Redditch

Dial Mannager Jim at the Sure Start Funday at the Arrow Valley Park in Redditch

Dial Volunteers and staff with Redditch Firemen at the Sure Start Funday at Arrow Valley Park in Redditch

Dial's volunteers, staff and supporters

 

Helping us to help others

Volunteers and staff work together in a partnership respecting each other’s roles

To find out more about what we do read our 'about us' section.

If you want to help out or find out more Please contact us

 or if you would like to volunteer please download our application form

application form in pdf format or our application form in word format

either email it or post it back to us