The Helen Bamber Foundation is a UK-based human rights organisation
We help to mend what was broken in a safe and supportive environment
We help people who have experienced torture, trafficking and other forms of cruelty.
‘I am what I am today because of Helen Bamber Foundation.’ – Anita, survivor.
Volunteer for us
The following volunteer opportunities are available. For paid opportunities, click here.
Our clinical team have an urgent need for administrative support in order to help meet the demand for our services. More details on these roles and information on how to apply can be found by downloading the Job Description here.
Computer Group Assistant
Our Creative Arts Programme is looking for a volunteer on Tuesdays from 4-6pm. If you would like to be involved, please send a CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our psychotherapists, counsellors and doctors work with us as volunteers on a weekly or fortnightly basis, usually for one day or half a day.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter indicating your availability to email@example.com.
Our fundraising team are looking for volunteers. More details on these roles and information on how to apply can be found by downloading the Job Description here.
Get in touch
For any of the above roles or if you have any questions, please send your CV and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your background, why you are interested in the role, and your time availability. We look forward to hearing from you, and if there is nothing available immediately, we will keep your application on file.
‘What makes HBF stand apart is how everyone here attends to our clients. The respect, compassion, and personal care we offer is such a marked contrast from how they are treated by UK officials, and I think that makes a huge difference in these people’s lives. To be a part of that has been an extraordinary experience for me.’
-Lil Foote, Admin Volunteer
We are always careful to ensure the best interest of the clients that we serve. We ensure Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS, previously CRB) clearance checks are carried out for all volunteers. They are also required to sign and understand a formal confidentiality agreement. All volunteers are in turn supported by permanent members of staff.