Ready for Anything Volunteers

Could you help us during an emergency? We're looking for volunteers who can provide practical support to people whose lives have been affected so suddenly and help the emergency response during an incident. All ages 18 plus are welcome, no skills needed, just a desire to help others.

Following the devastation caused by the Boxing Day floods in 2015, Ready for Anything was set up by York CVS and City of York Council. During the floods resources were stretched, however, the practical support offered by members of the public and businesses was invaluable.

Following the success of the initial scheme, funding has been given by North Yorkshire County Council via NESTA and Ready For Anything has been adopted by the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum. It is now being rolled out across the whole of North Yorkshire and we are creating a database of enthusiastic volunteers whom we can call upon to help, from Ingleton to Filey, and from Stokesley to Selby.

Location: North Yorkshire York | Organisation: North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum

Hours: Flexible

Benefits:
There is no obligation to offer a regular commitment, but we will notify you when there's an incident and if you're able to help you can confirm to us by text message (so a mobile phone is essential). We'll also provide you with appropriate training, awareness sessions and keep in regular contact.

Closing date: 03-08-2020

How to get involved:
Visit the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum's website for more information and to register.

Download application form

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