Volunteer Facilitators - Bordon, Farnham & Guildford - Updated 16.11.2023


PeerTalk is looking for Volunteer Meeting 
Facilitators to join its established peer 
support group in Bordon.


Are you interested in becoming a facilitator for us?


The commitment
The Bordon group meets every
Tuesday, 7—8.30pm at Whitehill 
Village Hall. 
As a volunteer, you would have to be 
available on at least three Tuesday 
evenings over a 12 week period.


Peer Talk run peer to peer support groups for people suffering from depression, anxiety and similar distress. 

Why volunteer with PeerTalk?
The Meeting Facilitator role is highly rewarding. One of our current 
volunteers says:
‘’ My initial motivation for volunteering with PeerTalk was to gain work experience for university, but once I 
started, I couldn’t stop. I’ve met some incredible people, both volunteers and other facilitators, and heard 
some incredible stories. We’ve all laughed, cried and everything in-between but I am so glad to be a part of 
this amazing charity ’’


Our groups run in Guildford, Farnham and Bordon.  To find out more, please click on the Fill in an Application button.


We look forward to hearing from you.

Mission Statement

PeerTalk's vision is to establish a UK wide network of volunteer facilitated peer support group meetings for people who experience depression and to offer support to their families.

In addition to establishing peer support group meetings, PeerTalk aims to inform and equip individuals and communities to make a positive response to mental health issues. 

It is often the case that people who experience mental health issues also face difficulties in wider society through discrimination, intolerance and injustice. PeerTalk will seek to inform and equip communities to be confident in supporting people through such issues and enabling the communities to challenge the stigma associated with depression and poor mental health. We do this through promoting a positive narrative around mental health through social media and roadshows.