Volunteers don’t necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. Whatever reason brings you to our volunteering page, there is always a chance to give something back, for a cause close to your heart, for the benefit of our community or to learn a new skill. Volunteering not only feels good, but research shows it can improve your own mental health – win,win!
To ensure our services reflect the needs of the younger generation, We Mind & Kelly Matters have a Younger Persons Advisory Committee. They help us shape our strategy and services for the younger generation. You can get involved in supporting us, and ensure we stay on track with the way younger people find support. As technology and digital media advances, your youthful knowledge can keep us delivering the support in a way that appeals.
Find out how you can attend a focus group or join the committee here firstname.lastname@example.org