Volunteering With WMRSASC


Our volunteers are one of WMRSASC’s most valuable resources, volunteers help us make a difference to thousands of victims/survivors and their supporters every year.

All our helpline volunteers complete a comprehensive training and induction programme and receive ongoing support from our experienced staff team.

If you are looking to make a difference to people’s lives and would like to donate your time, volunteering for us could be for you.

To find out more, please see volunteering roles below;


Our helpline volunteers provide confidential emotional support and practical information to survivors of sexual violence and those supporting them via telephone.

They also provide information about our support services and signpost to other local and national services and agencies as required.


The charity is governed by a board of trustees, it is important that we have a diverse range of individuals and skills to make sure that WMRSASC is delivering our mission and vision.

Do you have something to offer in this strategic role?

Do you have any other skills that we can utilise?

If you have any professional skills or expertise in a particular area, let us know, we may require your skills for a project.

Training and support

In return for your time, we will provide all the training and support you need to carry out your volunteering role and to make sure you are fully equipped and confident to deal with whatever comes your way.

We’ll also provide you with a thorough induction into the charity and provide you with and regular support sessions.

Equal Opportunities Policy

WMRSASC is striving towards Equal Opportunities in service provision and recruitment. The centre provides support to individuals who have suffered any form of sexual abuse and, because of the nature of the work carried out, WMRSASC reserves the right to only recruit women. This has legal verification under Schedule 9 Part 1 of the Equalities Act 2010.

WMRSASC will not discriminate in the areas of service provision or recruitment on the grounds of ethnicity, physical or learning ability, sexual preference or religious beliefs. Equal opportunity in employment means that selection and recruitment are based fairly on ability to meet the requirements of the job. Equal opportunity in service provision means that we strive to meet them in fair and consistent ways.

Join us now

If you would like to join our brilliant team of volunteers and really make a difference, then register your interest below.