Everything you should need as an Arc volunteer!
Following the latest updates on the COVID-19 virus from the government Arc has made the decision to suspend all programme delivery starting from now until further notice.
Please take care of both your physical and mental heath during this strange and stressful time and we hope you will continue to volunteer with us once we’re through this.
Welcome to the Arc Volunteer’s Hub! Here you’ll find all you need to know about volunteering at Arc, training opportunities, additional documents you may want to read or refer to and links we think are interesting or useful, both related to the work we do and that may help you personally.
If you need to speak to us about anything at all, please don’t hesitate to contact Leona at email@example.com or 0161 4807731. Make sure to check your spam and secondary inboxes for regular Arc volunteer emails! Set us to ‘not spam’ or change the inbox that you’d like them to go to instead.
Next in-house training opportunities:
Boundaries Training – Monday 24th February 10:30 – 11:30am.
If you’ve attended before then there’s no need to do so again.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your place.
Next volunteer’s event: TBC.
Volunteering Micro-Roles at Arc
Please be aware that for consistency Arc should be written ‘Arc’ and not ‘ARC’ and where possible ‘Hat Works’ rather than ‘Hatworks’ or ‘the Hat Works’ unless saying eg ‘based in the Hat Works building’. The centre is named Arc Centre, Hat Works, Wellington Mill.
All About Arc and Volunteering
You can also watch this video all about Arc!
Click one below to read one of the following documents:
Parking and Travel Information | Arc Volunteer Handbook | Current Arc Roles | Health and Safety | Privacy Notice Arc Expenses Form (blank) | Privacy Notice for Volunteers and Associate Artists | Arc Fundraising Pack | Arc Adult Safegaurding Policy | Arc Child Protection Policy | Social Media Guidelines
Click one of the channels below to follow our journey:
All About Mental Health
Click here to see a mental health pack that one of our social work students has compiled for