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Volunteering is a valuable opportunity to find your way back into the workplace 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.

Many of our volunteers work with us for long periods of time and often develop into full-time employees at MIH. Hear about Marcia’s story below, who is now completing her third year in the organisation and continues to be a valued and important member of the team…


I started volunteering for the Emotional Support Project at Mind in Haringey in 2017 as an Administrator…Early 2019 I became a part of the Haringey Wellbeing Network as an Administrator, two days a week… I have been offered and completed a wide range of training that has enabled me to work at Mind in Haringey and its community. To be able to assist people along the mental health journey, being part of the team at Mind in Haringey, as well as becoming a paid member of staff has been a privilege.


Haringey Wellbeing Network Peer Support Coach

Haringey Wellbeing Network Peer Support Coach

Location: Mind in Haringey 

When: Ongoing 

Hours: Up to 7 hours per week, occasional weekend and evening work attending meetings  

Role Description:  

The Haringey Wellbeing Network are seeking volunteers to join their team of Peer Support Coaches. This is an exciting opportunity to gain experience and give back to your local community.  

In the Peer Support Worker role, you will provide mental health support to those experiencing mental health in a one-to-one capacity, with the possibility of also facilitating groups. Using the principles of peer support, our team members use their lived experience of mental health to provide care through non- judgemental listening, finding ways of managing a crisis, and suggesting long term support. 

For further information please see the full role description below.  

Haringey Wellbeing Network Peer Coach Volunteer Description 

To apply, please complete to above application form, specifying your interest in the Peer Support Coach role.  

If you have any questions regarding the role, please feel free to contact: [email protected]

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Community Cook Up 

Location: Neighbourhood Resource, Northumberland Park 

When: Ongoing 

Hours : 3 hours a month minimum 

Role description 

Based in North East Tottenham, Northumberland Park Community Cook Up brings residents of all cultures, generations and walks of life together, to cook and eat healthy food. CCU promotes a sense of belonging, social inclusion and well-being with a free nutritious meal, a warm welcome, a listening ear, lively conversation, and  

Volunteers will need to have some skills in one or more of the following: support work, advice and signposting, form filling, group work, arts and crafts for groups. You should feel positive about working in a person-centred way with people of diverse backgrounds and needs.   

To apply, please email Alison Davy at [email protected] 



Location: Wood Green Library 

When: Ongoing 

Hours : 3 hours  

House of Polish & European community provides a warm welcome to people from Poland and other European countries. Get in touch for a chat over tea or to get help with a specific query. They provide support in various languages, namely Polish, French & English. With advance booking, interpreters can be arranged for other languages.  
Coffee Mornings Mondays 10 to 12 at Wood Green Library 
If you are interested in the work Hopec do please email [email protected] to apply  



Location : The Trampery,  639 High Road, London, N17 8AA 

When : Ongoing 

Hours : 3 hour 

You vs You is a positive approach to support the development of all young people. Youvsyou aims to support people to have bright futures, enjoy fulfilling lives and realise their potential through positive relationships and exciting opportunities. it Plans to create communities that enable young people to thrive and flourish to be hopeful, focused and successful.  
Wednesdays: Social Football for adults and youth 4pm to 6pm and 7pm to 9pm  
One Day a month: Ice skating with the youth   
One day a month: Swimming with the youth  
One day a month: Visiting London landmarks  

If you’re interested in volunteering please contact [email protected]    


4U2, Sewn Together 

Location: Chestnut community centre 

When: Ongoing 

Hours: 3hrs 

4U2 a multi-themed quarterly Newsmag with a real human interest.  Aims to provide honest, fun practical, content for the community to share informative news and views in print and online. Sewn Together offers a range of activities at Chestnuts Community center, targeted to improve Mental health in the community and to reduce Social isolation. 

Monday: Slow Stitch Meditation 6pm to 7pm  
Tuesday: Art Creativity for Adults, 4pm to 6pm  
Wednesday: Mapping of the Mind Group, 6pm to 7pm  
Thursday: Garment construction Group   
Friday: Night Cap, Music, Songs, Dance and Movies  

To apply to volunteer please email [email protected]    



Location : 628-630 Green Lanes London N8 OSD  

When : Ongoing 

Hours : 3 hours 

TCCA, provides culturally, linguistically, and religiously sensitive services to Turkish Cypriot and Turkish people residing in the UK. As an organisation it bridges gaps in inequality and poverty, via the development of needs led projects.  

TCCA facilitate workshops on themes such as stress, loneliness, bereavement, wellbeing, relationship breakdown, domestic violence, abuse, mental health caused by debt, long term physical health conditions, unemployment leading to mental health issues. 

To apply to volunteer with TCCA please email [email protected]    


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