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Opportunity: Learning Mentor

We are looking for volunteer learning mentors to support children with their homework and revision at our hostel-based Homework Club.

Our Homework Club is based in one of Camden Council’s hostels, and it provides resident children with much-needed space and quiet away from their overcrowded family units to work and study. On top of this, our volunteer learning mentors offer one-to-one academic support to individual children, helping them with homework tasks, revision, and test preparation.

Volunteer participation enables us to offer an intensive level of learning support to the children attending the club, who face considerable disadvantage in their academic development due to the general lack of space and privacy for study that hostel life entails.


Opportunity: Short-Term Tenancy Sustainment Volunteer

The Assessment and Advice Team are responsible for assessing clients’ needs and determining how those needs can be met. The team also provides housing advice, making referrals into accommodation and advocating on clients behalf when they may be entitled to statutory housing provision.


Opportunity: Assistant Wellbeing Co-ordinator

* To assist the Wellbeing Service co-ordinator to provide assessments and targeted short term interventions, action and support planning, advocacy and pathways to other services, activities programmes, and wellness groups.


Opportunity: Client Engagement Volunteer (Home for Good)

Home for Good is an exciting, volunteer powered pan-London project. We aim to reduce the isolation that clients often experience when they are resettled, and thereby reduce the number of people who abandon their accommodation and return to the streets. Through the involvement of volunteers, the service empowers clients to put down roots and thrive in their new communities.


Opportunity: Play Support Worker

We are looking for volunteers to spend time with, engage and inspire homeless children resident in Camden’s temporary accommodation hostels.

Our after-school-club is based in one of Camden Council’s hostels, and it provides resident children with much-needed play space, creative resources, a lending library, outdoor activities, and healthy after-school snacks. Our volunteer playworkers provide support to our professional staff by being able to give one-to-one attention to individual children in the club, whether by engaging in imaginative play or creative activities, reading with them, participating in outdoor games, or helping them attend to our kitchen garden. The also give practical help to our small staff team, helping to set up and close down the club so we can offer a high level of service to our families.

Volunteer participation enables us to have a high adult-child ratio, which means children benefit from the close engagement and encouragement in their personal and creative development from role-model adults.


Opportunity: Warm Welcome Volunteer

The Warm Welcome Team are responsible for ensuring the centre is a safe and welcoming environment for clients, volunteers and staff. The team provides the initial contact for clients entering the Resource Centre centre and establishes the needs of clients by way of informal engagement and initial assessments. They tell clients what services are available and how to access them. They provide support with the laudary services, clothing store and cloakroom. The team also monitors the health and safety of the Resource Centre.


Opportunity: Trusts Officer

To assist the Trusts Manager in raising income for Stoll’s support services


Opportunity: IT Learning and Development Coach

All of life’s activities - including job seeking, accessing and managing benefits and housing - take place online. Clients without IT skills are hugely disadvantaged. This role provides clients with either no or little experience with computers with one-to-one support, helping them to overcome initial fears or learning barriers. With increasing confidence, they can access the Learning and Employment Hub independently. The service helps those clients seeking to address digital skills gaps and improve their confidence in order to increase their employability and household income potential.


Opportunity: Digital Inclusion Volunteer

The Employment, Training and Welfare Rights Team (ETWR) helps our clients find employment. We recognise that our clients are often far from the labour market and so we help them at every stage of their journey back to work.

The ETWR team plays host to 20 computers for clients to access. As well as using these to apply for jobs and training opportunities, we also allow clients to surf the web, contact their friends and family through social media/email and stay digitally connected.


Opportunity: Double Exposure Project Leader

Double Exposure aims to empower individuals who have experienced homelessness through providing them with a creative platform (via film photgraphy) for self-expression. In doing so, we hope to aid them in regaining self-confidence and become the narrators of their own stories. Each week, our participants start the session by penning down their thoughts for the week. These thoughts form the theme of photography for that week. The participants are then given a disposable camera and are taken to various parts of London eg. Regents Canal, Shoreditch etc. The project culminates in a public exhibition of the work produced each week, to raise awareness for the homelessness issue. As project leaders, you would be in charge of the overall project/activity plan, budget allocation, liason (with One Housing Group) and volunteer management. Other than DBS checks, there are no other requirements needed.


Opportunity: Soup Kitchen Volunteer

To help run the soup kitchen both on Tuesday evenings and as an ongoing project.