Horton Housing


Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills, meet new people, gain confidence, help others, keep active, have a sense of purpose, gain work experience and improve your mental health.

Our volunteers play a vital role at Horton Housing by helping us to deliver good quality services for vulnerable people.

READ: June 2022 - Volunteer Newsletter

We have new volunteer roles to fill! 

Van Driver's Mate:

We are looking for volunteers to help our drivers with organising and collecting furniture or large item donations around the region. You will help to keep accurate records of collections and deliveries.

Wellbeing Café Assistant:

Horton Wellbeing Café is aimed at adults aged 18 and over living in the Selby District who have mental health challenges or concerns, and their family members or carers. You will assist the Community Development Worker in the delivery of weekly drop-ins.

Befrienders:

We are looking for Befrienders to work with two individuals currently being supported in our services. Experience with people with mental health challenges and disability would be an advantage.

Gardeners:

We are looking for volunteers who enjoy being outside in nature, understand their tomatoes from their turnips and are willing to encourage and support our residents to spend time outside in the allotment, creating a space for relaxation and gardening.

For more information, email: volunteer.applications@hortonhousing.co.uk.

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Our Opportunities:

Van Driver's Mate

We are looking for volunteers to help our drivers with organising and collecting furniture or large item donations around the region. You will help to keep accurate records of collections and deliveries.

Gardener

We are looking for volunteers who enjoy being outside in nature, understand their tomatoes from their turnips and are willing to encourage and support our residents to spend time outside in the allotment, creating a space for relaxation and gardening.

Wellbeing Café Assistant

Horton Wellbeing Café is aimed at adults aged 18 and over living in the Selby District who have mental health challenges or concerns, and their family members or carers. You will assist the Community Development Worker in the delivery of weekly open-access community wellbeing groups.

Befriender

We are looking for Befrienders to work with two individuals currently being supported in our services. Experience with people with mental health challenges and disability would be an advantage.

Mission Statement

To help people to live the best life they can through the provision of high quality housing, training, care and support.