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Volunteering


West Norfolk Mind plays a big part in our local community – why not get involved? We welcome help with fundraising and have all kinds of volunteering opportunities in our projects. For our current list of opportunities please click here.
 
In our Mind centres we need people who can bring new ideas and experiences and who can work alongside someone to help them to achieve what they want out of life. Our volunteers range from people seeking work experience in mental health to people with a great deal of experience in all kinds of areas who now want to give something back.

 
Our award winning Gardening for Health Allotment programme has helped many people realise the numerous benefits of horticulture. To ensure its continued success it relies on volunteers to help people learn about gardening and to keep our five plots going. Bits and Pieces for Mind is our furniture recycling business and Mind at Cousins Court is our charity shop in Downham Market. They help raise much needed funds for West Norfolk Mind. If you have furniture or other items you would like to donate, or would like to ask about what we have in stock, please phone 01553 763193 for Bits and Pieces for Mind or 01366 385991 for Mind at Cousins Court.
 
Many people using our mental health services find that the experience of working in one of our projects really helps their recovery. To keep things running we rely on volunteers in all sorts of roles. To find out more about any of these opportunities, or the fundraising events we hold from time to time, please give us a call on 01553 776966.
 
Becoming a volunteer with us couldn’t be easier click on the links below to download an application pack. 

  • How to apply to be a Volunteer

    download
  • Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form

    download
 
Contact us about Volunteering

 

West Norfolk Mind
A Piece of Mind King's Lynn
Saunders Yard
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 1PH

  
or give our Volunteer Co-ordinator a call on 07585 279215
 
or click here to send us an e-mail 

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