Volunteering can be a truly rewarding experience, a chance to give back to your community, develop new skills, and meet interesting new people. Being altruistic has also been associated with better mental wellbeing, increased physical health, and enhanced self-esteem – so volunteering may even be good for your health!

Volunteering is a great way to further a cause, support an organisation and make a difference in your community. It can also be an opportunity to meet new people, share your experiences and wealth of knowledge, learn new skills, whether you are on a career break, coming up to a retirement or wanting to give something back. By volunteering at Barnet Carers Centre you will contribute by adding to a wide range of background and skills.


We are recruiting!

  • Adult Carers Representative/ Ambassador
  • Befrienders
  • Receptionist
  • Counsellors
  • Tutors
  • Trustees
  • Videographer

How can I apply?

If you would like to Volunteer with us, please contact us at volunteer.coordinator@barnetcarers.org  . Our Volunteer Coordinator will then get in touch with you to complete the registration process.

Reasonable travel expenses incurred while volunteering with Barnet Carers Centre will be reimbursed on request. We provide ongoing training and support for all our volunteers and ask for a minimum commitment of 3 months but hope that you will stay with Barnet Carers Centre for much longer.

Would you like to become a Trustee of Barnet Carers Centre?

We are looking for Professionals, Carers or Former Carers to apply to become a Volunteer Trustee of Barnet Carers Centre.  As a Trustee you will be asked to attend six meetings per year.  In particular we are seeking people with skills and experience such as management, marketing, fundraising, finances, ICT.

If you are interested, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator on 020 8343 9698 or volunteer.coordinator@barnetcarers.org  


Barbara Moody

Barbara Moody

CHSS Volunteer

Barbara began volunteering for our Community and Home Care Service over a year ago and has become an incredible asset to the Team.  She has a key role and works to ensure that the work records of our Personal Care Assistants are kept up to date.

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