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About Wish

Established in 1987, Wish is the only national, user-led charity working with women with mental health needs in prison, hospital and the community. It provides independent advocacy, emotional support and practical guidance at all stages of a woman’s journey through the Mental Health and Criminal Justice Systems. Wish acts to increase women’s participation in the services they receive, and campaigns to get their voice heard at a policy level. It is unique in its long-term commitment to each individual, as they move through hospitals, prison and the community

About the opportunity

Wish are looking for a volunteer to provide administrative and clerical support, ensuring the smooth effective and efficient operation of the charity.

Tasks will include:
Supporting the administration of Wish finances, including supporting the payment of invoices and tracking payments due and payments made;

Supporting organisational administration, including support for Board Meeting preparation, mail outs and make stationery orders;

Supporting membership administration, including updating membership details and sending out membership packs.

For an application pack visit www.womenatwish.org.uk/get-involved/recruitment

Practical Considerations

Due the nature of Wish’s work the opportunity is only open to female applicants.

Ideally the volunteer will be able to provide 1-2 days of support each week.

Travel expenses would be available for travel within Merseyside.

The office is upstairs, with no lift, so the venue has limited access.

Deadline to apply for this volunteer role is 5pm, 22nd February 2016 

 

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