St Lukes is a place for people with mental illness living in the community. Sessions run by session coordinators and other volunteers, plus students who are studying in the social service field. If they can, volunteers come at 11.30am and finish at 3.15pm. Food, table games and social interaction are the main activities. This is a varied role which includes supervising other volunteers, monitoring and engaging with members, and organizing the food and hot beverages for the shared lunch.
Maturity, ability to work with people of differing abilities and ages, and a great sense of humor.
Some previous experience within the social services field, or working with venerable people would be preferred for the coordinator role, but we welcome all who would like to share their free time with our members as a volunteer.
One of the sessions held on a Monday, and Tuesday 11am and finish at 3.15pm.
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.
Applicants for this role are required to undergo Police vetting.
You can find out more about this process on the Police website:
Because we work with venerable people.