The definition of a Volunteer states that volunteering is:
‘when you choose to give your time and energy to benefit other people and/or the environment without being paid for it’.
People choose to volunteer for a various reasons, for some; its an opportunity to give something back to the community and/or make a difference to the people around them, for others it provides an opportunity to learn new skills or improve existing skills and knowledge.
All our amazing volunteers are committed to providing support when and where they can and are vital to the success of Outpost's work. Every person who generously gives their time to us is making a huge difference to the lives of our Armed Forces Community.
The support they provide varies from attending and running events, participating in renovation and remedial work, programs, street collections, bag packs, fun days and more.
A wide range and variety of people volunteer for us, come from diverse backgrounds, we also have veterans, cadets and civilians. We have volunteers who are in education, retired, unemployed, employed but each volunteer brings different experiences and knowledge to the charity giving a well balanced, diverse and accomplished team.
As a charity we are committed to ensuring equal opportunity for anyone who wishes to volunteer with us.
Would you like to Volunteer?
For more information visit Volunteer Your Time