Join our Volunteer Team, it’s a great way to share knowledge, pick up new skills and experience and meet new friends.
Volunteers are essential to help deliver Inspero’s work with young people. We will provide any training you need through local community learning training or on the job coaching, wherever possible.
This is a good way to find out more about our organisation and the difference our support can make to young peoples lives.
Nick Hammond is an enthusiastic and regular volunteer who has been with the project from day one.
With four years of horticulture experience he is both a competent gardener and a friendly mentor.
Clare Kiefer is married with a 13 year old son. She works part time for a leading UK bank where she has worked for the last 30 yrs!
“I love helping at Love2Grow – it gives me pleasure seeing the children blossom just like the plants! They are not afraid to try something new anymore! It also gives me ideas of what to grow in my own garden. My employer also helps with funding. Every bit helps.”
“I have been a volunteer at Inspero since November 2015. I was keen to get involved to do something local and practical to help young people and Inspero very much appealed to my interests. Having previously worked in mental health, I absolutely believe in the importance and benefits of gardening, growing, being outside and eating healthily. I am also a creative person and love to get involved in any arts and crafts, baking, cooking and making. My working background includes working with special needs children and as a professional fundraiser for various charities.”
Make a difference to your community come and work with young people and volunteer for us.
If you are interested in finding out more, please email us.