Disability Advice and Information Volunteers

We are looking for individuals who care about others. People who are good listeners (and talkers).
6 hrs / week Flexible

Our volunteer roles can be varied and can involve-

  • Helping to answer callers enquiries by telephone. Taking messages, advising clients.
  • Assisting with general office administration.
  • Assisting with interviewing clients, helping them complete forms.
  • Producing documents, dealing with enquiries ,maintaining and improving information systems, filing.
  • Dealing with people face to face. Giving advice and information on disability issues.

We are looking for people who can offer their time and support to become reliable members of our friendly team.

The role can help you to meet new people, learn new skills and build your confidence. You would be supporting the wellbeing of all ages of the community living in the Wakefield District. You may have existing skills that can be used. We also offer training and full support.


out of pocket travel can be claimed.


Health & Disability, Older people, Vulnerable people, Men, Women, Young people

Suitable for

People new to volunteering, People working on their wellbeing, People seeking work, People volunteering together


Accessible toilet(s), Wheelchair accessible

Minimum age


Skills gained

Listening, Teamwork, Talking to others, Organising

Skills needed

Listening, Talking to others, Teamwork, Organising


Criminal record check (DBS), References

DIAL Wakefield

Castleford Civic Centre, Ferrybridge Road, Castleford, UK
We are a disability charity providing an Information and Advice service for people living in the whole of the Wakefield District. We aim to raise the awareness of disability issues and promote the wellbeing of Disabled people in the district.
01977 723933
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