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Volunteer Digital Communications Volunteer

Respect for All


Posted over 30 days ago...

Digital Communications Volunteer to help a charity which provides mental wellbeing support for neurodivergent people across Greater Manchester. 


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Eccles, M30 0FN

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

Respect for All is a small CIO, providing counselling for learning disabled and/or autistic people of all ages. We have no office base, and we work completely remotely to keep core costs to a minimum.  Our services are delivered via our bank of 32 specialist counsellors that are employed on a sessional basis.  Our counsellors offer a mix of diversity, skills, expertise, availability, and flexibility, plus a wide range of counselling delivery methods allowing us to link clients with specific needs to the most appropriate counsellor. This is achieved via our bespoke and client led assessment process, which the client coordinator completes with every new referral. Our vision is that all neurodivergent and learning-disabled communities should have access to specialist and inclusive therapeutic wellbeing services.  Our mission is to deliver and influence the need for specialist therapeutic wellbeing services which are client focussed, accessible and inclusive for neurodivergent and/or learning-disabled communities, including their families and carers.  Our values

Client-led  Inclusive Specialist Collaborative  Resilient 

Digital Communications Volunteer Role Overview: As a Digital Communications Volunteer at Respect for All, you will play a vital role in amplifying our message and reaching out to our community. Your responsibilities will include assisting with social media management, drafting engaging content, and supporting our efforts to raise awareness about neurodiversity and mental health.

Social Media/Website:

Assist in managing and updating our social media platforms, including Facebook, Linked In and the website. Help create and schedule posts that highlight our events, services, and relevant news in the neurodiversity and mental health fields.

Content Creation:

Collaborate with the Head of Charity Development to develop compelling content for our website, blog, newsletters, and other communication channels. Write articles, blog posts, and press releases that showcase our impact, success stories, and upcoming initiatives.

What are we looking for?


Passion for mental health advocacy and supporting neurodivergent individuals. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in social media platforms and basic graphic design tools. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Prior experience in communications, marketing, or related fields

What difference will you make?


Gain valuable experience in communications and marketing within the nonprofit sector. Make a meaningful impact by contributing to initiatives that support mental wellbeing and inclusivity. Develop transferable skills in writing, social media management, and content creation. Join a supportive and collaborative team dedicated to making a difference in the lives of neurodivergent individuals.


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