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Richard’s July Volunteer Blog

I have now been volunteering with No Second Night Out for four months, so thought I would write some more about my experiences, following on from my blog written in March. Something I find that has changed is that when I arrive, normally Fridays evenings, I used to ask the shift manager if there is.. read more →

Sue’s June Volunteer Blog

I’ve just finished my second shift at the No Second Night Out hub in north London and have come away feeling exhausted, grateful and humbled. I’m so pleased to be able to help out the staff where I can, giving them the opportunity to concentrate on getting the clients into accommodation as soon as possible and I’m.. read more →

Amanda’s May Volunteer Blog

I feel so tired this morning but I feel happy. Last night I managed to get in a shift at the hub and it’s so rewarding that it will keep me buzzing until the next time I go. It’s the first time I’ve been home for two weeks as I’ve been travelling with my job.. read more →

Matthew’s April Volunteer Blog

I have been volunteering at No Second Night Out for around three months now – the time seems to have flown by since my interview with Tessa and Viv in January. I had said to a friend over the Christmas period that I had been interested in doing Crisis at Christmas for a while, but.. read more →

Richard’s March Volunteer Blog

I learned about No Second Night Out through George who I met at Crisis last Christmas. He was very helpful with advice for those guests who requested it about their situation. Following an interview with the Hub Manager and the Office Administrator I started my first shift seven weeks ago – a bit nervous going.. read more →

George’s January Volunteer Blog

Last Thursday I did my first shift after a break for Crisis and it was great to see everyone. One of the staff team is allocated to lead the night shift, plus there was a new referral line volunteer who was having his induction with the Referral Line Administrator. I briefly checked in with the staff from.. read more →

George’s Volunteer Blog

Volunteering as an Assessment Hub Assistant since June 2011, my aim is to provide an insight of what it is like to volunteer in the homeless sector to those who might be interested in giving up their time. No two shifts are the same as the average stay at the hub for a client is.. read more →