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Volunteering at Mind in Haringey

Volunteering is a valuable opportunity to find your way back into the work place or change your career entirely. We welcome committed and enthusiastic volunteers to help us deliver flexible, innovative and exciting projects and services. Plus it's a great opportunity to expand your skills and knowledge.

After being unemployed for over a year and having a year of total rejection, it was great to work with people who valued me and who wanted me to work for them.
My volunteering experience has been totally positive and has been so much more rewarding than just simply having something to put on my CV - Michael Sugrue, Volunteer Administrative Assistant      

We apologise in advance if we are not always able to respond to applications promptly.

Volunteer Counsellor

All of our counsellors are volunteers. We accept applications for this role at all times, although we do not always have vacancies. We will keep applications on file for up to one year and contact applicants if a suitable vacancy becomes available during this time.

How to apply

Please download and complete the application form and Equal Opportunities form and return both by email to or by post to our registered address. If you would like to be sent printed copies please email or call 0208 340 2474.

Please ensure you read the role description and person specification in full before completing your application. 

Training requirements

To be considered for a volunteer counselling placement all applicants are required to have completed a BACP/UKCP/BCP Counselling Certificate and to be in the second year of a BACP/UKCP/BCP accredited Diploma in Counselling.

Previous Experience

We would expect volunteers to have gained at least 35 hours of formal face to face counselling experience before applying.

Application Pack

Volunteer Counsellor Role Description

Volunteer Counsellor Application Form

Equal Opportunities Form

Gardening Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer to help us to run our gardening group, which meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The role would be from 10:30am until 1:30pm. You will be helping out with gardening tasks and also helping to supervise a small group of service users.

To apply for this role, please fill out an application form below and return it to Jennifer Jackson at 

Deadline: Friday 25 January 2019

Application Pack

Gardening Volunteer role description

Volunteer Application Form

Rehabilitation of Offenders Form

Equal Opportunities Form

Communications and Fundraising Volunteer

We are looking for an enthusiastic and hardworking Communications and Fundraising volunteer to support our Corporate Partnerships Liaison Officer and administrative team. The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar role and strong IT skills. Hours will be flexible but we would like a minimum commitment of 8 hours per week for at least 12 months. We offer a range of benefits for our volunteers including accredited Mental Health First Aid training and a Time Credits voucher scheme giving access to activities throughout London.

How to apply: Download the role description and person specification below. Complete a volunteer application form and supporting documents (Rehabilitation of Offenders, Equal Opportunities) and send to Deborah King at or by post to Mind in Haringey, Station House, 73c Stapleton Hall Road, London N4 3QF

There is no closing date for this role.

Application Pack

Role Description - Communications Volunteer 2018

Application Form - Communications Volunteer 2018

Rehabilitation of Offenders Form

Equal Opportunities Form


We do not currently have any trustee vacancies, but we are always happy to hear from anyone interested in this role. We will keep your CV on file for up to one year and contact you if a suitable role becomes available.

Mind in Haringey is looking to recruit new trustees to join its Board of Trustees. Our charity has an ambitious agenda and supports people across the borough who experience mental health issues by providing a range of services including wellbeing activities, advocacy, counselling and suicide prevention work. We are looking to extend our activities into prevention and crisis management

The Board of Trustees sets the strategy for the organisation and oversees its implementation by our committed staff and volunteers. The Board is also responsible for ensuring that the charity fulfils its responsibilities for the governance of the organisation with regard to the Articles and Memorandum of Association of Mind in Haringey, charity law, company law and other relevant legislation. The Board is also accountable for the finances of the charity.

We welcome applications from anyone who is interested in helping people with mental health issues. We are particularly looking for people with the following expertise:

  • Legal experience 
  • Business development
  • Communications and marketing
  • Charity fundraising

but your energy and interest is key.

Why not come and join us in an activity which is not only worthwhile but also fun and rewarding.

To apply for this position please send your CV and a short covering statement explaining what you think you could bring to Mind in Haringey as a trustee, by email to or by post to Mind in Haringey, Station House, 73c Stapleton Hall Road, London N4 3QF.

MiH Trustee Role Description

Alternatively, you can post volunteer applications to us at the following address:

Mind in Haringey
Station House
73c Stapleton Hall Road
N4 3QF

Mind in Haringey may not always be able to reply to unsuccessful candidates.