Joining our volunteer community will allow you to meet other amazing people while also providing you with the skills you need to achieve your full potential.


By joining our volunteer community, you'll get to meet other fantastic volunteers, equip yourself with the skills you need to help you reach your potential.

Make your time count

Make a difference by getting involved
From simple warehouse work to packing, driving, and volunteering in our offices, there are many ways to get involved. The time you make matters, whether it’s minutes, hours, days, or months.

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said, “The most beloved people to Allah are those who are most beneficial to the people.”

(Al-Mu`jam Al-Awsat)

Register only if you want to volunteer

Step 1: Registration A bit about you and contact details.

Step 2: Emergency Contact

Please provide the details of someone we can contact in the unlikely event of accident or illness.

Health Condition/ Access requirements

Frequently Asked Questions

I can’t find a suitable role. Am I still able to help?
Contact the Crisis Aid team at [email protected] or call 0333 305 5000 and we can discuss your requirements.
My company encourages me to volunteer. Can you help?
There are many ways in which you can volunteer, either as an individual or as a team. If you can’t find what you are looking for or want to discuss your requirements in more detail, please contact us at [email protected] or call 0333 305 5000
What if I have a criminal record?
As an organisation committed to equality and diversity, we recognise the contribution that all people can make as employees or volunteers, and so we welcome enquiries of interest from everyone. Crisis Aid believes people can change and we love to give people second chances. We find some of our best volunteers are those who have previous convictions. For more information please ask us to send you our policy for recruiting people with criminal convictions.
How can I prove I’m a volunteer if someone asks?
Volunteers in some roles will receive a photo identity card but not all volunteers will be given one. If anyone questions you, call us on 0333 305 5000 and we’ll verify that you’re a volunteer.

Receive training and support

All volunteers will have an induction and, if needed, you will also get specific training for your role. Staff members are always on hand to provide ongoing help and support during your time volunteering with us.

As a Crisis Aid volunteer, you will:

Make a meaningful difference to people affected by poverty and oppression, receive any necessary training for your role and have access to ongoing development.

Have the opportunity to influence our work, meet likeminded people and become part of the Crisis Aid team.

Our phone:

+44 333 305 5000

Our address:

Unit 21 Ribocon Way, Luton, LU4 9UR

Our email:

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