Across Reach, local people generously share their time, skills and knowledge through volunteering, team-building days, fundraising and helping out with office work.
We offer short and long-term involvement opportunities for individuals, companies and groups including Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme students and companies looking for ‘away-day’ challenges.
We also run volunteer training courses for adults with learning disabilities. This area of work will be developed as funding is secured.
Why is community involvement so vital?
- Local people bring an amazing range of skills and life experiences which enables us to offer genuinely personalised support that is varied and challenging, click here to read personal stories from our clients and volunteers.
- Each client can be more fully supported to participate and engage in activities at their own pace.
- For adults with learning disabilities, making connections with people apart from family and carers can really help boost confidence and self-esteem.
- Getting to know adults with learning disabilities as individuals helps promote greater understanding of living with a learning disability.
Becoming a Trustee
Trustees are responsible for the governance of the organisation. If you would like to find out more about Trustee positions at Reach please contact us.
Keep in Touch
If you would like us to contact you to keep you up to date with what’s happening at Reach, to be informed of fundraising opportunities or request specific information from us, please visit our Keeping in Touch page and fill in the form. You’ll need to select the Contact Method(s) that we may use. Please ensure you tell us about all the areas that interest you – even if you think we already know!
There is a section towards the end of the form to provide any additional information that you feel is relevant.