Bringing hope where there is despair
With over a 100 people a day using our shower facilities and each and every one of them is looking for a change of clothing. Many others are trying to build a wardrobe of clothing as they attempt to rebuild their lives. As a result there is a constant need for clothing to be sorted, measured and sized and hung, ready for distribution. This is a task that can be carried out at any time of the day and many volunteers will choose to arrive later in the morning and is not restricted to the hours when the daycentre is open.
A Clothing Challenge needs to be a team of people of no less than 6 people and no more than 20 people. 10 is a good number. These teams are responsible for ensuring there is sufficient clothing available for the showers each morning at The Whitechapel Mission.
We ask that volunteers are over 16 and able to spend a long time on their feet.
The challenge is made-up of two parts:
If you have an interest in getting people in your organization to work more effectively as a team, would like an icebreaker to integrate new members into your group or would just like to organize a fun day out, then a Whitechapel Mission Team Challenge experience could be just what you are looking for.
A Whitechapel Mission Team Challenge offers an unusual and free alternative to the myriad of outdoor 'corporate training' days now on offer. Your employees will join regular Whitechapel Mission staff - making a real difference for some of London's homeless while working as a team and having fun. We do not charge volunteering groups to get involved with our volunteering program, but many choose to financially support us and our priority corporate supporters will always get preference when it comes to volunteering dates and booking.
If you are interested in volunteering with The Whitechapel Mission, please contact our office on 03000 111 400 or view our volunteering diary...