Volunteering in prison and the community


Do you have a couple of hours a week you could give to helping someone really change their life?

Pact is working with people in prison and the community helping people that are currently unable to access mainstream provision and require specialist one to one support to increase their social inclusion and integrate positively within the local community.

Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact) provides support to offenders during their sentence and in the community, our Volunteer Mentors encourage full integration and social inclusion.  Mentors provide such important and vital support to those who want to move forward with their life.

We are looking for people who can encourage others, have a reliable and dependable attitude and have great communication skills!

As a volunteer mentor there is no end to the list of support you could be providing and activities you could do, but all of the support makes a huge difference to motivation, self-esteem and choices in life, as they re-enter society.

We provide foundation and ongoing training and all our volunteers have regular support and opportunities to further their skills and knowledge.



For more information call

Mim on 07791 548511 or email miriam.mcconachie@prisonadvice.org.uk


Visit us at: www.prisonadvice.org.uk

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