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Volunteers

There are many different roles and a wide range of activities that you can become involved in. Your hours as a volunteer are arranged to fit in with your daily life and no previous experience is required, although full training will be provided wherever necessary.
Did you know?

Around half of stroke survivors suffer depression in the first year following their stroke.

Volunteers – How Can I Help?

 

Think Ahead could not afford to run without the valuable contribution from our volunteers.

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Work in the Voluntary sector is both rewarding and fulfilling and will also give you the vital experience that will count for such a lot in the world of employment.

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At Think Ahead, ANYBODY can be a volunteer. As long as you’re passionate about changing the lives of stroke victims, their families and their carers, we’d be grateful to have you. We are looking for people with drive, energy, and the ability to play a crucial role in the organisation with our support provided.

A few hours a week will help to keep us running and make a massive difference to the support given to people within our Group.

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To become a volunteer you can complete the application form, or Contact us directly.

Tel: 01942 824 888

Volunteer Application Form

We are always looking for volunteers to help Think Ahead.

If you can spare some time please complete the online form below.

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I have recently had a stroke and I need help with...