June 3, 2024

Heartwarming Volunteers’ Week celebration at CPSL Mind

This volunteer’s week CPSL Mind celebrates its volunteers contribution

Volunteers have always been a key part of our organisation. This Volunteers’ Week, we would like to thank all our volunteers for sharing their invaluable skills to help our communities tackle mental health challenges.

What is Volunteers’ Week?

Volunteers’ Week runs from 3 – 9 June 2024, it celebrates volunteers support and recognises their contribution. It is a chance to thank our volunteers for their services to the community and it’s an opportunity to encourage others to think about volunteering.

How will we celebrate?

Here at CPSL Mind, we have more than 40 volunteers and 10 trustees who share their skills and passions towards promoting positive mental health. Throughout 2022 -23 over 2,350 hours of support has been given to us from our amazing volunteers (including Trustees). To thank our volunteers for their incredible contribution, we will be hosting a volunteers event where we will get a chance to celebrate with some cakes and beverages.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering gives a chance to devote your skills and time to help your local community. It is a great opportunity to connect with local people and use the skills you have and develop new ones. Find out more about volunteer opportunities or to join us as a Trustee at CPSL Mind or contact kayleigh.paske@cpslmind.org.uk.

Volunteering with CPSL Mind

Our volunteers have shared their experiences at CPSL Mind. One of our volunteer shares how it helped them develop their skills:

“I have found volunteering with CSPL Mind allows me to maintain my existing skills, while perhaps learning new ones. In addition, I am benefiting from being part of a ‘team’ (and wider community) with the satisfaction I am (albeit indirectly) helping people improve their quality of life. This all, of course, helps me maintain my own wellbeing. The projects are not always within my comfort zone, but I feel supported and suitably supervised to ‘have a go’.”

Some of our volunteers said it helped with their mental health as well:

“It has helped me enormously with my mental health giving me a sense of purpose once again. I always enjoy helping others as best I can.”

“Volunteering helps to improve my wellbeing and get a true sense of achievement being involved in the great work that CPSL Mind does.”

One of our volunteers also expressed how it helped with developing and promoting positive mental health:

“Volunteering with CPSL Mind has allowed me to get a bit of something positive out of my traumatic experiences in that I can use what I’ve learned from them to help others. It’s also given me a space where I can feel respected, valued and that I have a voice, which is really important for my mental health.”

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