Arthouse Unlimited (Godalming)

Business and Shop Assistant

With over 400 stockists internationally, collaborations with Lush, Fat Face and Oxfam,  a thriving online shop and high street presence the small team here at ARTHOUSE Meath is incredibly busy – making it a very vibrant and exciting place to be right now. As we continue to grow at speed, always aiming to stay ahead of the trends, we are looking for volunteers to join the flourishing team.

 We have an exciting opportunity for those who are looking for volunteering opportunities over the summer and beyond into the busy Christmas period (which starts from September here!) who can bring their fresh skills and friendly faces to the join the ever growing social enterprise. We are looking for volunteers who would be able to:

  • Assist in the shop with opportunities to work alongside the artists in the shop environment.
  • Assist with co-ordinating and packing online and trade orders.
  • Take up opportunities to attend trade shows and other events.
  • Assist the marketing team in their mission to spread the word.
  • Lots of other things besides. There's never a shortage of tasks or new areas of development! 

The volunteer opportunities are extremely flexible so whether it was a couple of hours a week or a few days we would love to hear from you. It’s a great opportunity to learn new skills (we will provide training on the till system!) and meet lots of new people.

Here’s a lovely testimonial from one of our current volunteers:

“It’s all about making the guys feel part of life! The best thing about volunteering is working with the amazing team. There is never a dull moment as there are so many different personalities here. All the staff are sharing and friendly too. I’ve learnt so much being here. It’s all about being part of the community.

If you are interested in volunteering for this role or would like further information please click Fill in an Application.

Mission Statement

ARTHOUSE Unlimited is a charity that proudly showcases the talents of artists living with learning and physical disabilities. Our inclusive art sessions provide a safe and collaborative space where artists can express themselves freely among peers and the community.

Our goal is to empower each artist by recognizing and respecting each person's unique skills, fostering a sense of pride in the work created. Led by experienced art instructors and supported by trained inclusion officers, our studio environment allows artists to produce both group and individual artworks.

These artworks are transformed into a range of products featuring information about the artists and our charity. They are sold in our high street shop and distributed nationally and internationally through various channels.

Artist holding bright coloured box of Sunshine at the Seaside, All Butter Hebridean Shortbread

Through our beneficiary award scheme, we offer individual developmental and financial support to the artists without affecting personal benefit systems. Whilst we gratefully receive donations, our ultimate aim is to achieve full sustainability through the income generated by sales, ensuring the continuity of our mission to empower artists with disabilities through art.