Volunteers have always played a crucial role for UKLGIG.
You may be involved in answering email or the phone lines, helping with the monthly asylum meetings, assisting support workers by contacting clients or helping with form filling, organising social events or support groups or writing content for the website. The role is varied and you will need to be versatile, able to work as a team and organised.
|Privacy Notice for applicants – we keep information about potential volunteers confidentially on our computer and email systems for up to 12 months before being securely deleted. It is not shared outside UKLGIG and not used for any other purpose without your consent. More information about how we protect your data and your rights over your data can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.|