Become a Voice Volunteer 

Our volunteers are an essential and valued part of the Voice team.

Without them we wouldn’t be  able to help and support as many people as we do. 

Voice  volunteers help people who have experienced crime in a variety of ways; from acting as case workers to providing telephone support and liaising with other agencies. 

Why should I become a Voice Volunteer? 

Becoming a volunteer will equip you with new skills and  provide huge personal satisfaction  as you help others to  cope, recover and thrive following their experience. 

Giving back to your community and helping those in unfortunate positions is one of the most rewarding things you can do. Along the way you’ll meet like minded people and gain an enormous sense of fulfilment. You may even be able to get time off work to volunteer with us from your employer, as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility policy. 

What training will I receive? 

We’ll train you to  feel calm, comfortable, confident and knowledgeable in order to be able to support people who have affected by different types of trauma on the roads. 

You’ll be able to listen, empathise and help the people you meet to regain the strength to move on and cope with their experience. 

Basic training  involves  learning about how the criminal justice system works; how to access support services; road safety and the impact of road accidents on people. We have a wealth of training on offer for anyone  who joins us; including regular one to ones with experience members of staff, access to volunteer Forums, eLearning and much, much more. 

What experience or qualifications do I need? 

You don’t need any qualifications or previous experience to volunteer  with Voice. All  we ask is that you’reo verthe age of 18, have a willingness to help and can spare a little time. We’ll do the rest.   

Get in touch to find out more 

If you’re interested in volunteering,  send us an email. Alternatively, call us on 0300 303 1965 and choose option 3 to speak to one of the team. 

As part of processing your volunteer application, we’ll complete a check with the Disclosure and Barring Service (formally known as a  Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check). This is for the protection of the people we help. Having a criminal record does not automatically disqualify you  from volunteering with Voice.