We wouldn’t be where we are today without the help of our talented and committed volunteers.
More and more survivors of abuse are approaching Safeline for support. This is a hugely positive step in our society where survivors are feeling confident enough and safe enough to approach us for help.
We want to be able to welcome each and every one of them into our community and provide everything that they need to turn their lives around.
“I have been extremely fortunate to receive counselling from Safeline for an extended period of time and I really appreciate all the wonderful support that I have been given. It means a lot to me to be able to pay back the organisation in some small measure by volunteering and helping with the fund raising. Safeline has helped me tremendously and by doing so has indirectly helped all of my family members too.”
Two of Safeline’s young volunteers, with our founder, Di Shoreman, at Safeline’s 25th Anniversary Party at Warwick Castle in November 2019
If you would like to get involved and help us continue the amazing work that Safeline does, then there are a wide variety of roles ready and waiting for you to fill.