The NLRC helpline supports women and girls aged 13+ who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their life. NLRC Helpline Volunteers are trained to offer empathetic listening and emotional support to women at various stages of their healing journey. The helpline serves as the doorway into our services, such as advocacy, counselling and groups, as well as just as a space for people to talk.
In addition to answering calls from survivors, the role also involves responding to professional’s enquiries, contacting survivors to complete referrals and to check in, as well as providing administrative support to the Helpline Co-Ordinator.
We are open to offering a purely administrative voluntary role, please let us know if you are interested in this.
How to apply
Please read the Volunteer Role Description before you attempt to fill out the application form.
Please complete the Volunteer Application Form and ensure you clearly state the role you are applying for.
Please complete the Volunteer Equality Monitoring Form.
Send the completed Application Form & Monitoring Form along with your current CV to [email protected].
Please note that our volunteer opportunities are open to women only (exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1), and that these volunteer roles are exempt from the rehabilitation of offenders act 1974 and subject to enhanced DBS checks where applicable.
Applications which are incomplete will not be reviewed. All our roles are during office hours only unless stated otherwise.