Volunteering

“Why do I love Springboard… because its so much FUN!!  The place has a lovely sense of community, with staff and volunteers who are always friendly and welcoming. The children really enjoy the wide variety of activities on offer. I LOVE BEING A VOLUNTEER!”

Join our friendly volunteer team and help make a difference to disabled children, young people and their families. Develop new skills, make new friends, have fun and share your skills and knowledge with others.

Your time matters

Volunteering is a great way to develop your knowledge and make use of your skills whilst supporting a cause close to your heart.

With thousands of families caring for a seriously ill child in the UK who need us, we couldn’t do it without people like you. Whether you can give a few hours, a day or two or want to become a lifelong volunteer, your time really does count.

If there isn’t a role there that suits you advertised, get in touch and we may be able to match your requirements to one of our teams.

Your time matters

Volunteering is a great way to develop your knowledge and make use of your skills whilst supporting a cause close to your heart.

With thousands of families caring for a seriously ill child in the UK who need us, we couldn’t do it without people like you. Whether you can give a few hours, a day or two or want to become a lifelong volunteer, your time really does count.

If there isn’t a role there that suits you advertised, get in touch and we may be able to match your requirements to one of our teams.

There are plenty of volunteering opportunities with Springboard Project.  We run short break activities for children and young people with additional needs aged 0-25 years in Horsham, Crawley, Worthing and Sutton.

If you are an understanding and caring individual who enjoys socialising and participating in fun activities, and if you are keen to help young people with additional needs learn valuable life skills that will encourage their independence then why not come along and give it a go?

Volunteers are asked to encourage the children and young people to participate in the activities on offer and support them.  These include tasks such as ordering their own meal or drinks at a restaurant, paying for an ice-cream and receiving change; all valuable life and social skills aimed at developing and promoting independence and confidence.

If you decide that you would like to come along and help us by volunteering some of your spare time, we as staff at Springboard will be there to help and support you every step of the way.