Contact the team: 0117 947 9911

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Join our volunteering team and help Disabled people near you to live the lives that they choose. 

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Volunteer for WECIL

Volunteering at WECIL is a great opportunity to gain new skills, learn about what we do and contribute positively to the lives of Disabled people. We will pay for any out-of-pocket expenses and we will aim to ensure that as a volunteer:

  • Your time, skills and experience will be used well
  • Your work will be appreciated and recognised
  • You will be provided with information and
    guidance to carry out your volunteer role
  • Your access needs will be met; our offices are accessible buildings and we will make reasonable adjustments as required

Join Us

We are always looking for new volunteers; so if you want to gain first-hand experience, brush up on existing skills or want to use us as a stepping stone into employment, we’d love to hear from you.

Take a look at our current vacancies listed below and for more information, please contact our Volunteer Team at [email protected] or call 0117 947 9911.

WECIL is an award winning, user led organisation supporting Disabled people to live the life they choose.

Current Roles

Click on the roles below for more informatin and to apply.

We are looking for new Disabled trustees to join our Board at our Annual General Meeting in October. As a charity and limited company, we need to have a Board of Trustees who have a wide range of skills to make sure our governance is effective. We are also committed to having 75% Disabled trustees as we believe that their lived experience is crucial in our decision-making.

How to apply -Please contact Ruth Pickersgill at [email protected] for further information and to arrange an informal discussion with the Chair.

 Trustee Role Description

Trustee Role Advert

Are you a Disabled person with a finance background who wants to make a difference in the lives of other Disabled People? If you are, then the role of WECIL Treasurer is perfect for you!

The Treasurer will be a member of the Board of Trustees of WECIL Ltd., and will also comply with all terms and conditions set out in the ‘WECIL Trustee Role Description and Specification’.

We are looking for a Treasurer, who is also a Disabled person and can bring their lived experience to the Board of Trustees (at least 75% of our Board must be Disabled people).

How to apply -Please contact Ruth Pickersgill at [email protected] for further information and to arrange an informal discussion with the Chair.

Treasurer Role Description

Treasurer Role Advert

Trustee Role Description

We are looking for Adults aged 18+ to volunteer 2-3 hours a week to support a Disabled Child or Young Person across Bristol and B&NEs.

Time2Share@WECIL’s Befriending Service links volunteers 1:1 with a Disabled child/young person. Links are based on shared interests and activities which the volunteer and young person can enjoy doing together.

Our volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds and ages, you do not need previous experience working with children or Disabled people to become a befriender – you just need to be committed, reliable and fun!

For more information contact us at

Email: [email protected]

Volunteer Befriender Role Description

Application Form

We are looking for adults with a Learning Disability and Autism to join our peer advocate volunteer group called Know Your Rights.

Peer advocates support people with similar experiences to have a voice on the things that matter to them. This could be things like getting a job, finding a place to live, looking after your health and much more.

You will learn new skills, have training, meet new people, share your experiences and help others to share theirs and speak out on issues to try to make a difference.

We meet once a month in Fishponds, Bristol. For more information contact Cora Fern by

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 07973 686389

Role Description

Application Form


WECIL are looking for new members to join their existing team of volunteers to help WECIL’s Access & Inclusion Team (WAIT) provide Accessibility Support in Bristol, the South West and Nationally.

You will have lived experienced as a disabled person and a keen interest in improving accessibility for disabled people in Bristol and the surrounding areas.

This is a great opportunity to get your voice heard on improving Disabled People’s access in and around Bristol.”

Role Description

Application Form

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