Collection Box Champion

Becoming a Collection Box Champion involves taking responsibility for one or two Brain Injury Matters collection boxes and distributing them in your local shop, monitoring them and collecting any money donated.  This role requires little time, however gives so much back.

Bank/Events Volunteer

Becoming a Bank Volunteer involves being available to help out at one off events, such as helping out at bag packs/street collections, or getting involved in one of our bigger fundraising events such as our Gala Ball.  If you have limited time on your hands but still want to be a volunteer – this may be the role for you.

Links Volunteer

Becoming a Links Volunteer involves meeting and befriending survivors of brain injury on a one-to-one basis and/or in small groups, helping them to relearn the social skills needed to make new friends and regain their social lives.  All activities are intended to improve social skills, leading to increased confidence and self-esteem, and the ability to form new relationships

Project Volunteer – Wellbeing Programme

Becoming a Project Volunteer involves providing support to our service users on a weekly basis within our Wellbeing Programme at Brain Injury Matters premises; Encouraging individual participation; Encouraging service users to get involved in social activities and/or groups in their local community and make them aware of what is available and possibly dealing with challenging behaviours and enabling service users to learn to manage these responsibly.

Sports 4 U Volunteer

By assisting with physical activity sessions for individuals living with an acquired brain injury, the Sports 4 U volunteer will aid in improving the physical and mental wellbeing of service users, as well as building their confidence and self-esteem and helping them make new social contacts.

Lead Volunteer

The Lead Volunteer role involves assisting the Volunteer Officer and Project Officers with the induction of new volunteers, as well as reporting to project staff on any issues that may arise during sessions.  The Lead Volunteer will ensure service users are participating in activities, with the overarching aspiration to enable service users to become actively and positively involved in community life.

Administration Volunteer

The Administration Volunteer will support the work of the Administration Officer with secretarial/administrative duties allowing the Administrator to provide an effective service to clients.

To apply for a volunteer position just click on the link below and complete the volunteer application form and return to Brain Injury Matters via email to [email protected] or by post to: Brain Injury Matters, Suite 5C Stirling House, Castlereagh Business Park, 478 Castlereagh Road, Belfast BT5 6BQ

Volunteer Application Form: BIM_Vol._Appl._Form_10a.doc