Make a difference and volunteer with PCP.
Without our volunteers, we wouldn’t have been able to achieve half of the fantastic things PCP has worked for over the last 20 years.
Over the last year our volunteers have put in 9,000 hours of unpaid work into our services, which equates to nearly £81,297!
By volunteering with PCP, you can build your skill set and work experience which you can add to your CV whilst giving time doing what you enjoy.
If you are a current volunteer at PCP and require access to forms or other information, please go to our volunteer login.
We're actively looking for volunteers to join our telephone befriending service that launched in 2020. Make a positive difference to those living in County Durham, sometimes a conversation with a caring stranger can make the world of difference.
What Volunteer Roles are at PCP?
Our amazing volunteers look after the PCP community garden and allotments. The centre runs multiple sessions during the week for volunteers to give their time, meet up in the fresh air and complete garden duties. However, the garden is always open for those who'd like to grow, dig or even to just walk around.
The Options members and Together 21 families love spending time in the garden and giving a helping hand to our volunteers.
Our Garden Kitchen staff and volunteers love cooking up new recipes for clients of the centre. Every day is busy behind the counter as the Garden Kitchen is open from 9:30am - 3:00pm serving none stop!
Learn how to make irresistible meals and sweet treats and meet PCP's fabulous clients in a highly social, busy environment.
Options provides a day service for adults with a range of learning and physical disabilities aiming to promote independence, informed choice and social inclusion.
Volunteers of Options help members complete fun, creative and challenging activities in a social setting.
Enjoy fun days out and weekend trips away with the Options family and do something incredible with your free time!
Together 21 provides support for children and young adults with Downs Syndrome and their families. Volunteers encourage emotional, physical and mental development through fun activities as well as learning Makaton.
Enjoy helping children and young adults from the ages of 0-16 years and watch their personalities develop.
If you have any questions or would like to find out more about our volunteer roles, please complete this form.