Breakfast Club Co- Facilitator

Inspire – Woodlands Beacon Centre


Thursday Morning 3/4 Hours
Minimum Commitment - 3 Months

Where we are

48c Molesworth Street
BT80 8PA

About the Volunteer Opportunity

Are you an early riser?

Do you enjoy breakfast?

Then this is for you! Based in Cookstown, we are seeking a Co-Facilitator Volunteer to support our popular weekly Breakfast club on Thursday mornings.


This is an exciting opportunity to join a passionate team of staff and volunteers in our Woodlands Community Wellbeing Service. You will work in partnership with Inspire staff to help facilitate the breakfast club and the role will involve; assisting with food preparation, setting tables, making a good cup of tea/coffee and engaging with those in attendance. The role will help others as they work towards better wellbeing and resilience, and we are seeking someone that can commit to attending on a weekly basis to support the continued success of this club.


We will inspire you to be the best you can be and to help you make a difference! You will join a team of compassionate volunteers that provide a range of supports, focused on recovery and inclusion by empowering people to achieve their goals.

About the Organisation

Since its inception, in response to emerging needs, Inspire has developed Inspire Mental Health Support services in towns throughout Northern Ireland. Inspire now has fourteen Day Support Centres with approximately 1,000 members attending regularly. Over the years, Inspire has continued to develop innovative additional services in response to the emerging needs of its service users. Through listening attentively to what our service users need, Inspire has been able to develop three Support services with around 100 members, 10 twenty four hour Supported Housing Schemes with 100 residents, 9 non twenty four hour Supported Housing Schemes with approximately 90 residents as well as three Floating Support Schemes which provide support to 35 people. Alongside these schemes Inspire Mental Health Services have also developed four Advocacy schemes which provided support to over 5,500 last year.

While continuing to develop services to support those with experience of mental illness, research shows that mental health is not achieved simply by treating mental illness, but also by promoting positive mental wellbeing.

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Volunteers may be required to complete an Access NI disclosure for some volunteering roles.  A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a volunteer position.