Thank you for your interest
Unfortunately at we are not recruiting individual volunteers at present
Volunteering offers enormous personal satisfaction to those with a little spare time and the desire to use their experience to the benefit of others. It can even be a life-changing experience.
Did you know that many of our volunteers end up working for us?
By volunteering you have the chance to do something you may have always wanted to do, to learn new skills, make new friends and have fun. It increases your self-esteem and confidence, and can be a way of gaining work experience.
If you would like to spend time with adults or young people with learning disabilities and get active, learn a new skill, go shopping, or just have a coffee and a chat, then consider volunteering. You will be making a big difference.
We welcome people from all backgrounds and age groups who have a range of skills and life experiences to offer.
The Westminster Society is calling for health equality for people with learning disabilities to ensure they have access to regular Covid-19 testing, and that vaccines are made available on an equitable basis alongside people living in elderly and nursing care facilities.
Our CEO has written to Helen Whately Minister of State for Social Care asking for a change in policy – please see her letter here.Read the letter to Helen Whately