Luce Project calls for volunteers
Solace Women’s Aid is pleased to launch the Luce Project, an innovative initiative aiming to create employment pathways into the women’s sector for blind and partially sighted women.
Through the project, Solace will recruit female volunteers to help support our advice line which sits within our therapeutic services team, where volunteers will support survivors of domestic abuse by providing emotional support, advice, and information around housing, legal remedies, and safety planning.
Volunteers will receive a comprehensive training programme around domestic abuse and a structured learning path tailored to each volunteer’s interests and professional goals. They will also receive mentoring and a range of employment readiness opportunities for those interested.
Working with Thomas Pocklington Trust, Solace invites anyone who would like to experience volunteering as part of a warm and supportive team to consider this opportunity, in order to gain meaningful skills and experience and to know that they are making a difference for women and children.
To find out more: Advice Line Volunteer – Luce Project | Solace (solacewomensaid.org)