HELPA - Health, Entitlements, Life - Peer Advocates
HELPA (Health, Entitlements, Life – Peer Advocates) is a new accredited peer advocacy service, designed and delivered by local disabled people.
Building on our experience representing health and social care users, HELPA will provide one-to-one advocacy, home visits, support preparing for assessments as well as a monthly drop-on.
We are looking for volunteers to become Peer Advocates.
You will get accredited training and be helping disabled people to access services and fight for their rights.
Places are extremely limited so if you are interested please read the role description and apply using the volunteer application form as soon as possible.
Volunteering Opportunities 2015
Haringey Women’s Forum is delighted to offer volunteering opportunities to local women.
We are looking a variety of volunteers please see the full list of available roles in this document
If you are interested in any of these roles please complete the volunteer application form and return to us at:
Board of Directors
18a Edison Road
or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
HDFC Annual Review 2015
HDFC have published their annual review. It contains information about successful projects, ongoing work and notice of Operation Disabled Vote coming to Haringey on 16th April 2015.
It can be downloaded or read online here Annual review
If you need a hardcopy please contact Mhairi on email@example.com or 0208 341 2542 or by writing to HDFC, c/o HWF, 18a Edison Road, N8 8AE.
Do you want to put your skills and experience to good use in your community?
Do you want to make the lives of other women better?
Have a look at our volunteering opportunities and get in touch