Tabor House seeks volunteers – find out more at our open evening
October 2 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tabor House, Birmingham’s permanent night shelter, is looking for volunteers. Can you help change someone’s world?
We are seeking hospitality volunteers and mentors.
Hospitality volunteers provide a safe and welcoming environment for guests. The work involves preparing meals, getting beds ready for new guests, cleaning, and taking part in activities. Hospitality volunteers play a vital role in helping guests feel comfortable and welcome after time spent on the street.
Volunteer mentors support guests to take back control of their lives and move on. Working individually with guests, mentors support people to create and achieve a development plan to work towards their individual goals.
If you can help people experiencing homelessness to turn their lives around, we would love to hear from you. We are particularly seeking mentors and overnight volunteers.
Tabor House volunteers play a crucial part in helping vulnerable guests rebuild their trust and feel safe after a period of homelessness. As a volunteer, you need to have understanding and empathy as well as a friendly and approachable manner to help guests feel at ease. Above all you’ll need a genuine desire to help people improve their lives. To find out more about the specific roles, please come and talk to us.
Come along to our open evening on Wednesday 2 October, from 6pm – 8pm at St Anne’s Training Room, 96 Bradford Street, Birmingham B12 0PY.
If you would like a copy of the flyer to give out, please click here or on the image below.
About Tabor House
Located in Digbeth, Tabor House supports people experiencing homelessness to turn their lives around. Using a strengths-based approach, volunteers help guests achieve whatever it is they need to take steps towards independent living. Since opening, Tabor House has supported people to move back in with family or friends or to find their own place.