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Other volunteer opportunities

We continue to need our community to support us by volunteering their time to help us deliver our goals. Ashford Place offers a warm inclusive welcome and appreciates all offers of help.  

We have flexible volunteering opportunities such as helping :-
  • Become a befriender

  • Provide Reception cover

  • Chef assistant

  • Maintain our garden

  • Paint and Decorate

  • Provide Fitness, Art and Music workshops

  • Supervise lunch  (1 - 2 hrs per day required)

  • A young or older person by mentoring 

  • Provide IT and mobile phone tuition and support

  • Provide Finance and Admin support  (1-2 hrs per week)

  • Fundraise 

Volunteer from Abroad

Aymeric’s Internship Experience: My name is Aymeric. I am from a Business School in French Guiana. I was encouraged by former intern Garry – who volunteered here in 2011 - to do my internship here at Ashford Place. The internship not only enhances my CV, but also opened my eyes to the reasons why charities exist here in England. I did not expect to be given so much responsibility as an intern, yet the whole team are very encouraging and allowed me to gain as much experience as possible. I’m very glad that I got the opportunity to intern here!

Volunteer cooks: 

Pauline and Maureen from the Sacred Heart Church Quex Road in Kilburn come in on Tuesday evenings to prepare a healthy & delicious dinner for our clients in our Assessment Centre.

Both Pauline and Maureen say they have some free time now and so want to support vulnerable people in our community. Maureen is a pensioner. They love the atmosphere here and have learned so much about homelessness and people who are vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Pauline says:. Volunteering makes a difference to the lives of others. I have been volunteering at Ashford Place for a number of years and I am enjoying it. I appreciate the joy, fun and the friendships we give to the people on the margins of society”

Maureen: We come to Ashford Place not just to prepare meals but to talk to people also. 

Story: Angela, Cricklewood Resident and Volunteer

Angela has been helping us on a voluntary basis since 2009.  Her contribution to our work in our local community has been immense. Her    insight and experience have contributed greatly to better outcomes for our clients. Angela does not shy away from any task assigned to her, and  fully reflects our mission to have a community in which we all live happily together. Angela works actively on fundraising for us, on our dementia  project and our Cricklewood Town Team Projects.


Interested in volunteering? Fill out the Volunteer Application Form. We will get in touch with you shortly.