Our essential volunteering opportunities are the services that Maggs simply couldn’t function without. From cooking in our day centres to assisting service users in the Clothing Project, these opportunities are vital to the running of our organisation and offering our service users the best possible service they deserve.Find out more
Corporate volunteering holds a wide range of benefits for your company and employees. We are keen to work with like-minded companies who want to make a positive difference to the lives of our service users.Find out more
We would love to offer student placements that are relevant to your course. We have hosted work experience students studying Criminology, Mental Health and Occupational therapy, to name a few. Many of whom have gone on to secure a full-time role with us!Find out more
Having someone, whether this is a family member, friend, or colleague, to talk to regularly is something we take for granted. We’re offering a new, unique opportunity to those who have the time to dedicate to sitting and chatting with our service users and making them feel heard.Find out more
A Maggs Volunteer Ambassador is a key role in helping to boost our profile and give inspiring talks to help businesses, community groups and schools understand more about homelessness. You will become an essential part of our promotion strategy and make a valuable difference to spreading the Maggs’ name.Find out more
Volunteer Your Skills
For those individuals who want to offer Maggs something different and can’t commit to our core volunteering roles, we’re always open to welcoming new skills to benefit our services. Perhaps you’re a keen gardener or a retired administrator and want to return to the workplace but help a local charity; we want to hear from you!Find out more
I can’t begin to imagine what it must be like not to have a home, no safe place to be, no creature comforts, no place to call your own.
I chose to volunteer with Maggs because they support the people who are homeless, trying to make their lives better and find them a place to live. I feel really it is the least I can do, support their efforts and support the homeless. The professional team are supportive of volunteers with a common aim of making the homeless persons life just a bit better in a short space of time.
Rosemary, Retail Volunteer