We are so happy to announce that we are the first organisation to renew the Volunteering Quality Award without ANY recommendations for improvement. Well done to the fantastic team who make sure our volunteers are supported and valued.
During National Volunteers Week, to celebrate our wonderful volunteers, we went on a boat trip! Find out more here.
We place huge importance on all our volunteering here at Northorpe Hall. We have a range of opportunities, some involve occasional contact for example supporting a specific project or becoming part of our Youth Voice and Community Voice groups. Some of our other opportunities require a greater commitment and will provide experience and opportunities to enhance skills and knowledge.
Whether you want to give a little time occasionally, or make a more regular time commitment to volunteering, we'd love to hear from you. Please take a look at our opportunities to see which roles are currently available.
In return for volunteering at Northorpe Hall, we'll offer you training and support and you'll be making a real difference to someone's life. Read more about our volunteers and their experiences.
You can view and apply for our opportunities on our www.do-it.org page or through this website. In return, you'll be supported and trained throughout your time with us, in order to make a real difference to someone's life. Read more about our volunteers in the Volunteer Voice newsletter. If you still have questions, you can contact us.
We are very proud to have achieved the Kirklees Volunteering Quality Award, demonstrating commitment to our volunteers and ensuring we meet all the criteria of this quality assurance scheme. We pay out of pocket expenses, and ensure all our volunteers are trained, supported and supervised to ensure we continue to meet our high standards of service.
We pay out of pocket expenses, and ensure all our volunteers are trained, supported and supervised to ensure we continue to meet our high standards of service.
Our volunteering follows best practice recruitment guidelines, making sure we place our volunteers in the best positions to suit their skills and experience, carrying out relevant reference and DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checks.
Our latest assessment took place at the end of 2021, the assessment team made no recommendations for improvement. We are one of the first organisations to renew the Volunteering Quality Award.