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Fabulous Volunteer Training & Development Opportunities

The Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre is currently making arrangements to recruit new  volunteers interested in developing their knowledge and skills through specialist training, in relation to supporting survivors of rape and other forms of sexual abuse.

LRCC provides practical and emotional support to women and girls (over 12 years), who have experienced rape or/and any other form of sexual abuse not matter how long ago it happened.  LRCC aims to be inclusive and as such our services are accessible to all women, girls over 12 years old, trans people and those who identify as non-binary.

We particularly want to create an environment where all communities feel free to become involved in volunteer work within LRCC, to enable us to reflect the diversity that exists across the wider  areas of Lanarkshire.

We are aiming to recruit volunteers to help:

  • Deliver support to survivors of rape & sexual abuse
  • Support fundraising activities to generate income
  • Support with admin tasks within the office
  • Other as required

We are seeking volunteers with various skills and knowledge in the following areas:

  • Financial/fundraising
  • Voluntary sector
  • Gender based violence
  • Feminism
  • Equality and diversity

If you are interested in finding out more come along to one of our open days:

There is a morning information session on Saturday 22nd June 10am -12pm, if you wish to attend please register via Eventbrite here Book 22 June and for the evening session on Monday 24 June 6-8pm book here Book 24 June .

The information days will provide you with a clear picture of what you can expect as a volunteer for LRCC.

We welcome applications from all individuals who can commit to the extensive training programme and reasonable volunteering time to help with delivery of services or the operation of the Centre.  We are looking forward to growing our volunteer pool and aim to ensure that full training and support is made available throughout the training programme.

These positions require female applicants and are exempt under Schedule 9, Part 1 of the Equality Act 2010.