Support Line Volunteer Opportunities

Support Line

If you wish to volunter on Aware's Support Line, you must be:

Please note the Aware head office is in a protected Georgian building and so unfortunately is not wheelchair accessible.

It is essential before you apply that you follow these steps:

  1. Inform yourself about Aware and its services, particularly Support Line
  2. Read through the support line volunteer role description
  3. Read Aware’s Volunteer Statement of Commitment and consider it carefully
  4. Only apply for your preferred service. If appropriate, you will be recommended to a different service opportunity during the recruitment process.

At Aware we believe equality and diversity are central to our success. We encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and cultures. Read Aware's equality and diversity policy.

Volunteers are a valuable and vital resource without which Aware could not provide its services.  Volunteers are encouraged to get involved at all levels of the organisation. They bring a unique and valuable perspective that enrich the services we offer. Read Aware's volunteer policy.

Things to consider when applying for a volunteer role with Aware services. 

In the interests of your self care and acknowledging the commitment required for this role please check through this list and consider your availability to commit to the volunteering role before applying.

Questions that applicants can expect to be asked during phone interviews.

Here is what one of our volunteers have to say about their experience supporting the people in our communities who need Aware services...

"I've been through turbulent times myself in life, so my mantra is, there's no better way to help yourself than to help others!"
Jane, Support Line Volunteer

If you're interested in volunteering and have any additional queries, please talk to Emma on or call her on 01 237 4926.


1800 80 48 48

Available Monday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm

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Email at any time. You can expect a response within 24 hours.

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