Volunteering


We are recruiting for Volunteers in West Sussex!

Allsorts is currently looking for volunteers to support our Youth Support Workers to deliver LGBT+ youth groups and fun activities in West Sussex. Applicants must be:

All volunteers will be DBS checked and receive full training for this position.

Full details about the volunteer role can be found here. If you have any questions about the role, please contact volunteering@allsortsyouth.org.uk, or click the button below to fill in our application form.

West Sussex Volunteer - Application Form

Meet Our Volunteers

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Chris

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I have been volunteering at Allsorts for 20 plus years. I have met some great young people and I am always impressed by how much every young person brings to the drop in's. If anyone is thinking of volunteering I would very much encourage them to give it a try. I am very proud to be a volunteer with the Allsorts team.

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Sofia

(She/Her)

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I went to Allsorts as a young teen and it was my safe space - it made me feel more confident in myself and gave me a community, and that’s exactly why I’m volunteering now! I love chatting to everyone and helping to create a safe and happy space where amazing young people can express themselves.

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Steve

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I absolutely look forward to my volunteering sessions with Allsorts every month! Every time we meet I learn something new and more so about myself  (usually how little I know!!). It’s a great way to give something back to the community and be there for the young people – to be the person I needed when I was a young person.

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Morgan

(She/Her)

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Being able to be your most authentic self is such an empowering feeling and I want to help young people feel proud and able to express themselves freely no matter what. I especially want to serve as an advocate for LGBT+ People of Colour and help them to flourish despite the adversities they may face.

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Hannah

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I love volunteering at Allsorts and meeting all the incredible young people as well as all the people that make Allsorts happen! It’s great to be a part of a community creating safe, inclusive spaces for every young person. Something that is so important now more than ever, and I wish was around when I was younger.

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Brittany

(She/Her)

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I am an experienced youth worker and I love volunteering at Allsorts because the young people have unique perspectives on the world and encourage me to challenge how I think. There are always new, fun and exciting things happening at Allsorts and I am happy to be a part of it!

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