Could you support Link6 and RWB as a volunteer?
Do you live in the Link6 and RWB? Could you spare some time to offer transport to a person in need?
Link6 and RWB is always looking for people to support our service as a volunteer. Volunteering is a great way to stay active, meet new people and help vulnerable and isolated residents in your community. Volunteering roles* include drivers, coordinators and committee members.
We can offer you training, an induction and access to our Volunteer Portal with information and guidance to support you in your volunteer role. We will also reimburse volunteer drivers for mileage and travel expenses incurred through their role as a volunteer.
We are looking for:
Benefits of Volunteering with Link6 and RWB
Meet new people
Help your community
Training and support
Volunteer Drivers collect clients from their home and take them to medical appointments, social visits and other essential trips. A mileage allowance and out of pocket expenses are paid to Volunteer Drivers.
Link Coordinators are responsible for answering calls from clients and liaising with our team of Volunteer Drivers. Link Coordinators may need to prioritise requests for help with transport, depending on volunteer numbers.
There are a variety ways volunteers can be involved with helping to organise and oversee our service, supporting volunteers and maintaining links with other community and volunteer organisations locally.
We are always looking for new volunteers to support Link6 and RWB. If you want to meet new people, make friends and give something back to your community, we want to hear from you!
To find out more about volunteering with Link6 and RWB, please give us a ring or send us an email using the details below. We also have a quick and easy Volunteer Enquiry form which you can complete online and a member of the team will make contact with you.
Call: 07879 394666
Whilst Government Covid-19 mandates have now come to an end in England, Link6 and RWB remains cautious to protect volunteers and the most vulnerable in our community.
Volunteer drivers will continue to wear a mask on all journeys, we also request that clients continue wear a face covering and practise good hand hygiene. We are no longer asking clients to travel in the rear of cars.