Support children and young people while boosting your skills and meeting new people
Volunteering with Caregivers Initiative is a meaningful way to help some of the Nigeria’s most vulnerable children and families. It’s also an opportunity to develop and enjoy new experiences. You’ll connect with your community, meet new people, learn new skills and share what you know.
Why volunteer with Caregivers Initiative?
Everything we do is about giving people with special needs a happy life. You can help make a real difference to the lives of families in your local area.
All our voluntary roles are supported: people come first. We’ll give you an induction and relevant training, and you’ll always have space to raise issues.
You don’t need specific skills for many of our roles. All we ask for is enthusiasm and a willingness to get involved. We’ll support your professional development with references and news about internal vacancies.
Ready to volunteer?
What does volunteering involve?
There isn’t just one way to be a volunteer. We have a range of roles that flex around the time you have to offer and the skills you want to use. You might work with your local playgroup, teach some vocation skills or other things.
Who can volunteer?
Volunteering is open to everyone, from all backgrounds. There’s no upper age limit, though you’ll need to be at least 18 to apply.
You may be unsure how volunteering fits your background, health or personal circumstances. But whatever your life experience, we’d value your contribution.
You can volunteer if you’re an asylum seeker. Volunteering won’t affect any benefits you get. We’ll support your application if you have a health condition.
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