Volunteer with PACT

PACT is enormously grateful for the time, skills and talents given freely by the range of volunteers working with us today. The families we work with and PACT staff benefit from the life experience and generosity that our volunteers bring to our projects and services.

 “I can’t say enough how good this has been. The voluntary experience that you offer is ridiculous high quality. I’ve been volunteering on and off since I was 15 and this is totally different.”  -BB4K Champion

“I would describe PACT as supportive, inspiring and generous.”  -Alana House Drop In Volunteer

“Volunteers have transformed what we are able to deliver.”  -Manager of Bounce Back 4 Kids programme

Below are the latest volunteering opportunities available at PACT. To apply for any of the roles you can download and fill in the application form  and return to PACT_HR@pactcharity.org.

PACT is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults therefore please note our recruitment procedure includes DBS checks and overseas checks (where applicable). Please note that prospective volunteers will need to evidence they have the relevant permission to work in the UK.

Volunteer Online Adoption Supporter

  • Home based
  • Flexible shifts - two hours a week
  • PACT has been awarded Department of Education funding to develop a holistic range of support for our adopters, adopted families, therapists and education practitioners. As part of this project we are looking to build a team of adopters to provide the vital first line of support, as peers, for adopters by live-web chat. The expectation is that volunteers will share four hours a week to provide support. If you are an adopter and passionate about the benefits that adoption can bring to children and families we would love to hear from you.
  • Download the full description here

Volunteer IT Group Leader

  • Based at Alana House, Reading 
  • A few hours a week, to be agreed.
  • We would love to hear from people with confident IT skills to lead basic IT skills groups for women who access Alana House services. Subjects to cover might include finding your way around a computer, internet searches for job hunting, using Word to create CVs and using emails but may also include more advanced subjects. This opportunity is with an exceptional, awarding-winning and friendly team and is a fabulous chance to make a practical difference.
  • Download the full description  here

To find out more about how you can volunteer for PACT visit this page.

Help us continue to make a difference to the lives of children and young adults