Volunteer with us
We’re Spurgeons. Inspired by Christian faith and our founder Charles Spurgeon, we’re here for all kinds of families.
We create family hubs where we’re needed most, with counselling, parenting advice and early years education. We work through churches, schools and prisons. Putting children first in everything.
So, when a family member needs support. We’re someone to turn to.
When wellbeing needs protecting, we do it together. When a safe space is the only answer, we make it a priority. We keep building connections and relationships, that last through life’s ups and downs.
Because we believe all children should have family support to thrive.
Spurgeons helped 30,500 families, children, young people and adults throughout 2022/23, but there are many more that need our support.
Can you help by volunteering at Spurgeons?
How to volunteer with children and families
We have variety of exciting volunteering opportunities across the organisation, and we are always on the lookout for enthusiastic and imaginative individuals to volunteer with us.
If you would like to find out more about how to volunteer with us at Spurgeons, please contact the Volunteer Co-Ordinator at your preferred location for further details.
Volunteering in Birmingham
Birmingham Children Centres and contact information:
To find your local children centre please visit the Birmingham Forward Steps website for the post code checker and contact your local centre and volunteer coordinator: Birmingham Forward Steps
If you would like to find out more information about volunteer opportunities in Birmingham and roles at these children centres, please give the following a call or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. We look forward to speaking to you soon.
Volunteer in Birmingham
Perry Barr District Lime Tree and Rookery Children Centres
Erdington District: Lakeside and Featherstone Children Centres
Sutton and Erdington District: Holland House and Castle Vale Children Centres
Hodge Hill District: Kitts Green and Tame Valley Children Centres
Hodge Hill District: Dyson Gardens and Anthony Road Children Centres
Volunteering in Wiltshire
To find your local children centre please visit the Wiltshire Children Centre website and contact your local Community Engagement and Volunteer Coordinator (CEVCO):
Send us an email: email@example.com
Spurgeons Children's Centres in Wiltshire
Funded by Wiltshire Council, Spurgeons Children’s Centres in Wiltshire are places where parents of children aged 0-5 years can share the challenges and joys of parenthood.
Volunteering in Winchester
Prison Services and Contact Information:
Invisible Walls, HMP Winchester
Volunteering in Kent
Volunteer at Buttons Preschool East Kent