National Justice and Peace Network (Wonersh)

Database Volunteer

Your role would be to work with us to develop our Microsoft Access 2010® database so that we can continue to enhance our ability to communicate with our membership and others who make enquiries, keep records of their contact details, activities, donations and subscriptions, and manage registrations and responses at the various meetings and conferences that occur each year.

Initially you would liaise with me, a Guildford-based volunteer trustee of the Charity, for an introductory briefing and demonstration of the existing system.  Subsequently I envisage us, including our Administrator whose office space is in London, agreeing changes which will enhance our system, which you would be required to implement , working on a copy of the db entrusted to you. (This currently covers 1400 names and 20 meetings).

NJPN is a charitable company limited by guarantee working with a deeply committed group of activists in varied fields as outlined in our Aims, below, , all from a basis of our understanding of our Christian faith and its mission in the world for the benefit of the common good, as exemplified by the life and teachings of Jesus in the Gospels.

As a most valued Assistant in our work, you would be expected to be sympathetic to our aims whether you are a person of faith or not.  NJPN is open to all who respect its aims so you would be welcome, but not expected, to explore how much further you want to develop your relationship with us.

Our Charitable Aims are at the link below:

Mission Statement


To promote the advancement of education in the Christian values of justice and peace by charitable means, in particular by:

  • promoting the work of justice and peace;
  • working in conjunction with the Roman Catholic bishops of England and Wales and their agencies to advance the practice of social teaching of the catholic church by the encouragement and support of diocesan Justice and Peace groups and other bodies that share their concern to bring the good news of Christ's love and peace to people who are disadvantaged and to work to empower them to improve their circumstances;
  • promoting appropriate prayer, study, celebration and spirituality within religious practice to inspire solidarity with those in need;
  • raising awareness about social justice, non violence, ecological and human rights issues as central to the life of the church and beneficial to the well-being of the community;
  • encouraging and promoting work, action and campaigning for social change on issues of justice and peace by raising awareness through provision of training, workshops, conferences, publications and the like; and building networks with all those who share our vision and aims, promoting communication to seek collaboration over action, resources, methods and good practice.
  • in pursuing the objects, the network shall be non-party in politics and shall, in its own activities, implement an effective equal opportunities policy.