With limited resources, the Commission relies on the help provided by volunteers. Whether you can give an amount of time regularly, or your availability is more limited, take a look at the opportunities below to see if there is something that you are interested in.
VOLUNTEERING WITH THE COMMISSION
We provide a downloadable full description for each role. Some need a regular commitment others are project-based and only last for the duration of the project. Regular volunteers and those with more limited time available are both welcome.
We operate to a Volunteer Policy, which can be downloaded here:
The application process is simple:-
- Download a copy of our application form,
- fill it out and email it back to the Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Someone from the Commission will get in touch to arrange to meet with you to discuss the details and how it might work
C U R R E N T O P P O R T U N I T I E S
COULD YOU BE A COMMISSION MEMBER?
The basic commitment would be to attend a meeting every quarter with one of those being a half day planning meeting. Most members also help with specific activities of the Commission – such as being on the steering group for one of our projects.
For more information simply email the Chair of the Commission (John Battle) at email@example.com
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|"TALKING HEADS" PROJECT VOLUNTEER|
Someone to make some short videos of people across the Leeds Diocese who are involved in action for Social Justice
We need someone to take responsibility for updating our Facebook page on a regular basis in accordance with our priorities and Facebook guidelines
|GROUP FACILITATOR VOLUNTEER|
Someone to set up and manage a series of exchange visits between catholic communities and the Makkah Mosque in Leeds-focussing on the common ground in Catholic Social Teaching
We could really use someone to help us keep our website up to date. Interest in Social Justice more important than Technical skills (but if you have them that's great!) - min 6 month commitment (@ one hour per week min)