Become a Volunteer
Volunteering is a great way of gaining valuable experience, developing your prospects, and just generally helping out in your local community and making you feel good. At CXK, we see our volunteers as a vital part of each and every team.
We have some fantastic opportunities for you to get involved in to help support and inspire children, young people and their families to achieve their potential. We run over 30 different projects and services, so if volunteering is something you would like to do, we have a role for you!
You’ll benefit from a highly rewarding and interesting volunteer opportunity which will allow you to enhance your CV with new skills and experiences. Your time with us will lead you to meet a variety of new people and give you a huge sense of satisfaction knowing the difference you are making to young people in Kent.
Current Volunteer Vacancies
Who can volunteer?
Anyone can volunteer.
It doesn’t matter what experience you have, what skills you possess, what background you’re from or how much time you can commit – everyone has something to give.
How can CXK help me volunteer?
We believe in supporting and encouraging volunteers to achieve their own potential too. We’ll work with you to find the right opportunity so that you can help us by making a positive and worthwhile contribution to the lives of young people and their families.
All of our volunteers are supported by a CXK mentor. As a volunteer, you’ll benefit from experience and the full process involved in gaining a volunteering placement. This includes:
- Interview process
- DBS check
- Safeguarding and other relevant training
- Travel expenses paid
- A professional reference
Get Connected Volunteering Opportunities
Get Connected is a peer mentoring project matching young people together for structured activities based in Maidstone, Dartford, and Gravesham. The project is designed to support confidence building, increased personal/social skills and opportunities for young people to connect to their community.
We are currently recruiting mentors (aged 16-19) to accompany mentees to an activity of their choosing for (up to) 20 weeks to help them get settled in and encourage them to become more confidently independent. Training will be provided.
If you’re interested in volunteering on Get Connected click here to find out how to get involved.
To find out more about volunteering opportunities at CXK, or if you’re interested in supporting a particular service and want to know how, just click on the icons above to call or email us.
Volunteers working with CXK are required to undergo an Enhanced DBS check and Safeguarding Training before starting work on chosen projects and services.