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Can you become a volunteer with Allsorts?


Allsorts Gloucestershire, a Stroud-based charity dedicated to positively impacting the lives of children with additional needs and disabilities, along with their families, is reaching out to the community for additional volunteers to join their team.

Sally Dyer (Senior Finance and HR Administrator) and Rachael Fletcher (Fundraising and Communications Manager) from Allsorts were on hand at Tesco in Stroud recently, telling shoppers about the great volunteering opportunities as they launched the campaign.

At Allsorts, we are immensely grateful for our current volunteers, who contribute significantly to our charity goals, and we are now seeking new members to help us expand our support to local families,” said Rachael.

Your contribution will directly enhance the lives of children facing unique challenges. Join a diverse and supportive community that values every volunteer’s skill and experience and develop new skills, gain valuable experience, and make lasting connections.”

Ann, a dedicated volunteer, shares her experience: “I have always loved working with young children, especially when they are learning to communicate. Seeing the effect that music has on children that find communication particularly difficult is one reason I enjoy working with Allsorts.”

Allsorts has various opportunities, including roles in office administration, fundraising, and activity support. Each role plays a vital part in creating a positive impact.

If you are passionate about making a real difference in your community, you can view job roles on at Volunteer – Allsorts (allsortsglos.org.uk) or contact the team at info@allsortsglos.org.uk for more information.

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