STRIVE Domestic Incident Volunteer - Researcher

For volunteers to support our already-existing teams. Our signposting book is integral to our service and is used by STRIVE volunteers to connect clients to local services, groups and organisations that may be able to help them. These can be things such as; counselling charities, religious groups, social networking groups, debt-support agencies and many more.
Duration: Ongoing
When can volunteers volunteer? Monthly

This grid shows when you can volunteer for this organisation. E.G Monday morning.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Tasks the volunteer will be required to do:

Within this role you will research local community groups and service to add to our ever growing sign-posting book. Commit to 1-2 days volunteering from home every 3 months.
Using your own laptop/community to research groups and agencies that will be added to the next edition of the sign-posting book.
Format the information you find and send it to your Volunteer Coordinator.

Skill and Qualifications Required:

Access to a laptop/computer

Areas of Interest: Addiction, Community, Domestic violence, Financial Services, Housing, Legal, LGBT, Mental Health, Recreation, Social Welfare
Opportunity suitable for: Home, Long term commitment, Micro, Older people, Online, People seeking work
What activities will the volunteer do? Administration, Research
Skills gained in this role: Reading and writing
Home based opportunity? Yes
DBS Check Required: No
Opportunity Accessibility: The volunteering location is not accessible

About the host organisation

Hosted by: TLC & Jigsaw Homes - STRIVE Project
Organisation Profile: Our award-winning STRIVE initiative is a partnership with Greater Manchester Police and The Jigsaw Group, commissioned by GMCA and funded by The Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester. STRIVE is an intensive project which recruits local volunteers to speak with people after incidents where the police have attended but no crime has been logged. The volunteers then support individuals, couples and families, signposting them to further support. This intervention supports local community relationships and ensures people who would potentially not receive any support, have access to the help they need.
Charity number: 512710