Kairos Women Working Together (WWT) believes in the value and dignity of all women. They aim to support, empower, and give a voice to women at risk of or subject to sexual exploitation, including those caught up in sex work, and those aspiring to leave it. They work in Coventry by providing safe spaces, a listening ear and opportunities for change and growth.
WINGS day session volunteer: Mondays 11 – 3 pm. A session offering women peer group support and an opportunity to develop their skills. Volunteers help to prepare lunch, set up the room, participate in activities, listen and support the women that attend.
Evening Drop In and Outreach: Wednesdays and Fridays 7.45 – 10 pm. Volunteers help provide a safe space with access to support. Volunteers help set up the room, listen to the women that attend and go on street outreach, where they aim to make contact with women on the streets as they work.
How to get involved
Why get involved?
Volunteers are required to commit 2-4 hours fortnightly.
You will need to commit to 12 months of volunteering in order to provide consistency for the women they work with.
St Peters Community Centre, Hillfields, Coventry, CV1 5NP
This organisation reimburses reasonable volunteer travel expenses.
Due to the nature of the work they can only take on female volunteers for the voluntary positions requiring contact with service users.
This is an external opportunity
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