Work With Us
Working together can mean that we can do so much more. Two heads are better than one and many hands make light work! There are lots of ways of being involved in the work of Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust.
If you are part of a partner organisation working for the well-being of Kirklees children and young people, we could meet and talk about how we work together. It might be that we could collaborate on a tender or funding bid, or learn from each other.
Individuals of all ages can volunteer at Northorpe Hall, gaining valuable skills and experience. You could be a volunteer mentor for a young person - being a positive adult in their lives, someone to talk to, a role model and another perspective on life. Mentors should be able to offer stable, reliable and positive interaction with young people, at least a couple of times every month for a year. Those with a Diploma in Counselling could volunteer as a counsellor, offering as much or as little time as they like.
For those who have some experience of working with children and young people, you could help out at the activity groups for young carers. We provide out of pocket expenses for volunteers, including travel expenses.
There may be other volunteering opportunities at Northorpe Hall Trust built around you, so if you are looking for some voluntary work or would like more information, please contact us. If you have a passion for something - design, sports, outdoors, events, music - and you are willing to give your time, then there is bound to be a way you can help. We always need help with fundraising and could help you organise an event or activity to raise funds for our work.
There may also be volunteer opportunities for those wanting to help with catering and refreshments, keeping the gardens and building tidy, safe and cosy, and encourage people to come and use rooms by leafleting or telephone work.
If you are interested in being involved Contact us and we will get back to you.
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