VOLUNTEERING

We have a dedicated team of over 25 volunteers who deliver our specialist swim sessions, activities and events.

There is always more to be done!

OUR COMMITMENT:

In recognition of the valuable work of volunteers here at SDSG, we have signed up to the Coast and Vale Community Action (CaVCA) Volunteer Charter for best practice in volunteer management and also made a pledged to the Disability Action Alliance core principles in recruiting and working with volunteers who also have a disability.

SDSG supports Continuing Professional Development. 

Safer recruitment conditions apply. 

SDSG also works in partnership with Coventry University Scarborough Campus and with various voluntary groups to offer volunteer placements, including those that offer The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. 

Join Us:

As a volunteer led charity, SDSG is always on the lookout for new volunteers: may this be to support our Special Olympic Athletes to attend local competitions and events at weekends; assist during our fortnightly swim sessions (in water, poolside or on reception) or to simply carry out administrative tasks between sessions. 

If you have a few hours to spare and are up for a new challenge, please get in touch!

Downloads:

Volunteer Application

Registration of Interest

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Benefits for Volunteers

Make friends and meet new people.

Opportunity to be involved in exciting events and competitions.

Chance to gain qualifications, new skills, knowledge and experiences.

Enhance your CV and make yourself more employable.

A fun way to give back to the sport and bea part of your local community.

Be part of one of the largest disabled swimming groups in the UK.

Improved health and well-being.

Increased confidence and self-esteem.