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Volunteers play an important role in the work of our organisation and we appreciate the work that they do for us. Becoming a volunteer delivers benefits for both parties. It provides our crucial service with additional support and is also a chance for you to build up your CV, learn new skills, gain qualifications etc.

Volunteering

Volunteers play an important role in the work of our organisation and we appreciate the work that they do for us. Becoming a volunteer delivers benefits for both parties. It provides our crucial service with additional support and is also a chance for you to build up your CV, learn new skills, gain qualifications etc.

How to Apply

All voluntary positions are subject to satisfactory references and a PVG check.

Please email your CV to info@cea.uk.com with a covering letter stating the role/s that you are interested in.

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If you would like to learn more about our work, volunteer with us or make a donation to help us continue our work, please contact us by phone on:
01324 635 661