Volunteering at Scope

Volunteer working on a computer at Scope's London office

Why volunteer at Scope

More than 8,000 volunteers of all ages and backgrounds regularly give their time to Scope.

People volunteer for many reasons but we are all working towards creating a society where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else.

We need your support so that together we can create a better society for disabled people and their families.

Ways to volunteer

There are a number of ways you can volunteer at Scope and all of them make a big difference to the work we do:

  • Volunteer in one of our charity shops. From the stockroom to the shop floor there is plenty to get involved in.
  • Support disabled people and their families in our services, at home or in the community.
  • Get involved with our campaigning and fundraising work.
  • Support us in administrative roles in our services or at our head office.

Why volunteer?

There are lots of reasons why people volunteer, here are just a few:

  • Being part of a team
  • Making a difference to people
  • Building your confidence
  • Making new friends
  • Learning new skills
  • Opening opportunities for others

What support will I get as a Scope volunteer?

When you first start you’ll get an induction to Scope and the particular area of the organisation you’re volunteering in. You’ll also always have a member of staff who is directly responsible for you and who will offer you on-going support.

Contact us

To find out more about volunteering call 020 7619 7100.