Monday 21st August 2017,
Al Isharah

Become a Volunteer

Would you like to utilise your free time and skills to change the lives of many deaf muslims? Do you want to be part of an enthusiastic team and  ‘make a real difference’? Whether you’re at school or retired, working or job hunting, there’s a rewarding role for you at Al Isharah.

VOLUNTEER VACANCIES

Office Admin & Research AssistantEvents AssistantMarketing & Fundraising AssistantCommunication Support Worker

Excited and keen to support our diverse services? Then join our vibrant team by simply sending us an email at: jobs@alisharah.com and a member of our team will be in touch.  Similarly you can save time and download the volunteer application form below and hand it in to our office (Office 102, East London Business Centre, 93-101 Greenfield Rd, London E1 1EJ.)

Volunteer Application form

What our Volunteers say?

Don’t take our word for it, we’ve asked a few of our volunteers to share their stories about why they volunteer and what they enjoy about sparing a little time to spend with us

“I wish I’d started 30 years ago! I’ve learned so much about sensitive needs of the deaf community and I feel humbled to be part of them Al Isharah.” Professional Teacher

“The best thing about volunteering is the opportunity to meet very different people all the time and the workload is not a routine procedure, it’s vibrant.” Female Volunteer

“I volunteered because their services challenges the social issues I feel passionate and I wanted to share my skills to my local community and benefit future generations.” Undergraduate Student

“I get a sense of being involved. The training was excellent. The support is fantastic from everyone I like being part of the activities and we have a laugh too.” Deaf Adult Volunteer

“It’s great being able to help people in so many different ways, being able to learn from and appreciate what others are experiencing, and there’s a stimulating real spirit in the team.” Anonymous

 

We positively welcome enquiries from all sections of the community, including Black and Minority Ethnic groups, and people with disabilities.