DICE Project – Volunteering opportunities

Thinking about volunteering with the DICE Project.

There are many reasons why you may be thinking of volunteering with DICE. Some of your reasons could be, it is great way to help young people create a positive change, support your local community, share your experiences and skills and build your CV. You may be thinking of it because you want to get out of the house and try something new to build new skills. Whatever the reason is, keep reading and you will see why you should take the next step and contact us.

We value our volunteers and appreciate that the project would be completely different without volunteer’s contribution. Volunteers provide a unique outlook on the project, add an extra range of skills, experience and fresh ideas that help in making the DICE Project a success.

If you choose to volunteer with DICE we offer volunteers:

  • An induction and training
  • Invaluable experience and learning opportunities
  • Support throughout the experiencevolunteer-hours-a-big-thanks-canine-assisted-therapy-clip-art
  • The chance to do something new and fun
  • Increased job prospects
  • The opportunity of a reference after 6 months volunteering.
  • Out of pocket expenses.

You may now be thinking, what would I do if I volunteered with DICE? The answer is whatever suits you, all we ask for is a regular commitment and communication. This may be volunteering weekly, fortnightly or monthly.

Opportunities can take many forms.

  • Supervision within youth clubs
  • Leading Activities
  • Planning Activities
  • Sports, Music, Crafts, Art, and Outdoor Activities
  • Informal learning
  • Fundraising and Awareness raising for charities
  • Residentials

If this sounds like the opportunity for you, all you need to do is download an application form and send it to dice@ndcn.co.uk or drop it into the flagship DICE office. We will then contact you to arrange a time to meet for a chat about what you would like to do and if we can help. We will support all volunteers to complete an AccessNI and their child protection training.

volunteer-registration-form