Volunteering opportunities at Paul’s Place

About Us

Do you have joy, patience, commitment, understanding, a fun-loving nature and are happy to have a laugh and a joke? (as requested by our members).

Paul’s Place is a charity that enhances life for physically disabled adults with cognitive or sensory impairment.

We do this by providing social activities that connect people, reduce isolation, improve health and wellbeing and give people the opportunity to develop new skills, enjoy new experiences and live life to the full.

If any of the roles below speak to you, get in touch with Jools our Volunteer Coordinator at Jeasty@paulsplace.org.uk

Telephone and Virtual Volunteer Befriender – remote working

Due to the impact of the Covid19 situation, we have had to move our support for members (the people supported by Paul’s Place) to a virtual one. We are working towards reopening our day-care centre as soon as restrictions allow whilst also planning to broaden our telephone support to members. This is a new and evolving project and we are looking for volunteers to take on the role of telephone befriender during this time.

We are also running a series of zoom activity sessions for our members which range from cookery, art classes, film groups and games. We are looking for volunteers with ideas and skills to help to continue to set up and run our zoom sessions.

Volunteer Telephone and Virtual Befriender Role

Day Care Volunteer – Coalpit Heath, Bristol and Turnberries, Thornbury, Bristol

Due to the impact of the Covid19 situation, we have been providing a reduced service to our members (the people supported by Paul’s Place). As Government restrictions lift, we are looking to reopen our day facility.

We are looking for volunteers to help support us in this.

Volunteer (Day Care) Role

To apply, please fill out our Volunteer Application Form