Our Volunteers

Welcome to our page dedicated to the amazing, committed and talented volunteers who support us and help ensure we can deliver a range of specialist services.

Below are a sample of stories and quotes from our volunteers.

  • Bekah

If you would like to be a RSACC volunteer, why not go to our Volunteer page for more information on any recruitment campaigns and the type of roles we offer.

Here are some quotes from some of our volunteers

  • “I have been volunteering with RSACC for over 8 years. I  volunteered with RSACC after seeing an advert needing volunteers as I was completing a Counselling Skills course.  I wanted to use my skills, training and experience in a very worthwhile role where support is needed.”
  • “I have been volunteering for RSACC for 2 years. It is incredibly rewarding to be integrated in an organisation that empowers survivors and provides vital support to women in need.”

  • “I wanted to Volunteer with RSACC to give something back. I have volunteered with RSACC for over 12 years and still enjoy supporting others. I care about people who need emotional support and try to make a difference by volunteering with RSACC”

  • ” I care about volunteering with RSACC because it is a great charity with a good ethos and team. I feel it makes a difference in an area where there is a lack of much needed support and find it very rewarding.”

  • “I feel passionately about supporting & empowering women & girls & being able to give time to listen & emotionally support them when they are at their most vulnerable is powerful.”

  • “It is incredibly rewarding to be integrated in an organisation that empowers survivors & provides vital support. The work I do actively helps survivors find a new lease of life beyond their devastating trauma. It is a cause I am proud to be a part of & I hope to be a part of for many years to come.”

  • “I care about volunteering with RSACC because it is a great charity with a good ethos and team. The ongoing training and development opportunities in the role have been excellent and I feel it makes a difference in an area where there is a lack of much needed support and find it very rewarding.”

  • “The work I do actively helps survivors find a new lease of life beyond their devastating trauma. It is a cause I am proud to be a part of and I hope to be a part of for many years to come.”