SCIL is committed to the involvement of volunteers as valued contributors to the work of our organisation. We believe in and promote diversity in the provision of volunteering opportunities.
We seek to involve volunteers in the delivery of our services in order to meet the needs of disabled people and to develop and apply good practice in supporting our volunteers
Click here to see our volunteering policy
Volunteer Opportunities with Sheffield CIL
Sheffield CIL Disability Information Service Volunteers
Click here to see the role description for our Information Service Volunteer
Click here to see the role description for our Web and Social Networking Volunteer
Click here to see the role description for our Community Network Volunteer
and contact us if you are interested
Become a SCIL Board Trustee
Please contact us if you are interested and we will send you further details
The following volunteer opportunities are with partner and community organisations in the city;-
Become a Partners for Inclusion ( PfI ) Core Executive Member
Click here to see the role description and contact us if you are interested
Community Health Champions
Community Health Champions are volunteers whose role is to support people in Sheffield's least healthy communities to improve their physical health and mental well-being. Disabled people are particularly welcome as they are currently under represented.
For further details contact Nigel West, Community Champions Health Network Co-ordinator at the Sheffield Well Being Consortium
Sheffield Volunteering Strategy
The Sheffield Volunteering strategy was launched in December 2009.One of the aims of the strategy is to increase the number of disabled volunteers in Sheffield and to identify actions to reduce some of the barriers to volunteering faced by people with disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health problems.