The Evelyn Oldfield Unit is always on the lookout for volunteers. If you can spare your time, we would like to hear from you!
Volunteering can be a very valuable experience, which can help you to gain new skills, meet new people and provide a much needed service to people who need it.
How to apply
If you are interested in becoming one of our volunteers you can apply by either:
- Indicating your interest in a particular role on our volunteering database do-it.org. We’ll get in touch once you’ve registered your interest in a role.
- Downloading and completing our Volunteer Application Form. Once you have completed the form, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are located near Holloway Road Station, N7 6PA.
For your own comfort and convenience, please check that the travel time and expenses from your location are not excessive.
We can cover up to £10 per day to reimburse out of pocket expenses (including both meal and travel). We need receipts in order to process this.
What our volunteers say
“I started volunteering with the Evelyn Oldfield Unit as an English teacher in the e3 project but since then I’ve become involved with various other projects and areas of the unit. The office is a very nice environment and the staff are very supportive and helpful in their supervision”Thomas, EOU Volunteer
“I volunteer primarily on funding for the pro bono scheme that the Evelyn Oldfield Unit offers. This service is vital for migrants and refugees – groups who so often find themselves excluded from the justice system. I really enjoy volunteering at the Evelyn Oldfield Unit – the office is friendly, and everyone is keen to help out. On top of this, I have already started receiving training in various aspects of the work I am doing.”Frank, EOU Volunteer