Survivor Support Service
North London: Cooking Session Volunteer
We are passionate about supporting people who have been affected by human trafficking and/or modern slavery with practical support at a local level.
We cannot do this without the help of enthusiastic volunteers so would you like to come and join us?
This role offers an exciting opportunity to come alongside male survivors of modern slavery as they develop a sound repertoire of tasty dishes and gain confidence in the kitchen. Through the sessions you will model healthy relationships, aim to develop a client’s personal competence and provide them with practical skills.
The Salvation Army delivers a Survivor Support Service which complements formal/governmental and voluntary services by offering additional practical and holistic support to survivors of modern slavery. The programme supports people on their journey from victim to survivor by offering them a safe space to integrate with one another and be part of a healthy community.
This daytime session will be on a specified weekday and will run for approximately 3 hours - further information will be provided to potential applicants.
As one of our volunteers, you will receive specialised training and regular support from our Community Hub team.
Role: Cooking Session Volunteer
Location: North London based - further details of the location will be given to successful applicants
Availability: Daytime session on a specified weekday over the total period of 3-4 hours with a preferred 12 month commitment period. You must also be able to attend initial training as well as further ongoing support/training.