Passionate about positive mental health? Join our progressive and inclusive organisation supporting others and developing your own skills in a variety of voluntary roles. From Peer Support and Talking Therapies to Fundraising, Campaigns and more, we have a role for you.

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Why volunteer?

Use your skills and talents to improve wellbeing in your local community and change people’s lives for the better.

Share your lived experience of mental health challenges to support others on their journey to recovery.

Gain experience working for a local mental health charity. Learn and develop in areas you’re passionate about such as support services, marketing, events and more.

Be part of our supportive and inclusive organisation. Make new friends and feel connected to like-minded people in your local community.

Nye’s story

Nye’s story

Nye shares his experiences of volunteering as part of the Communications Team and how this helped develop his skills.

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Katie’s story

Katie’s story

Katie shares her experiences of volunteering as part of our Supporting New Mums Team and how this increased her confidence.

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How we support you

We’ll get to know you to understand your skills, talents and passions and what you’re looking to achieve while supporting us. It’s important we help you to meet your goals and agree a commitment that works for everyone. You’ll have the chance to get to know us too, first meeting our Volunteer Manager and other members of your immediate team before having opportunities to get involved across the charity. We’ll make sure you receive appropriate training, have regular opportunities to connect with others and scheduled time with your line manager to be sure you’re enjoying your role making a difference in whichever role you choose.


Facilities Assistant

The Volunteer Facilities Assistant will support the Governance Administrator and IT & Facilities Officer to ensure the smooth running of the organisation and to support the delivery of high quality services.


We are embarking on an exciting new strategy – underpinned by our determination to fully represent our community and to care for our environment – and we are seeking new Trustees with the skills and experience to help us.

We are particularly keen to hear from individuals living or working in Peterborough or South Lincolnshire from ethnic minority backgrounds, the LGBTQ+ community, from the 18-35 year age group and/or anyone who relates personally to a ‘protected characteristic’ under the Equality Act 2010.

If you have what it takes to help us take our agenda to the next level, please contact Kayleigh.paske@cpslmind.org.uk


Are you interested in using your lived experience of mental health challenges to guide the development of mental health services?

We’re looking for Co-production volunteers to work together with staff members, trustees and other volunteers to design, produce and deliver innovative mental health services to support local people.

Our award-winning Co-production Team meet monthly and have played a key role in the development of support at CPSL Mind such as our Good Life service.

If you’d like to know more, please make an enquiry.

STOP Suicide Campaign Maker

We’re looking for proactive, passionate individuals interested in joining a growing social movement of Campaign Makers to spread the vital STOP Suicide campaign message.

We want to empower you and give you the tools, skills and resources to make the impact you want to make in suicide prevention.

Examples of ways you could get involved include community events, digital campaigning, resource distribution, media or sharing your personal experiences. If you have an innovative idea to raise awareness we’d love to hear it.

Take a look at our STOP Suicide website and sign up below.

Cafe Hosts

Are you passionate about mental health or would like to use your lived experience or knowledge to support others? Our Long Sutton Night Light Café are looking for volunteer Cafe Hosts, Night Light Cafes provide a local, safe space for anyone experiencing mental health crisis, during the evening.