Please help us make a difference!
Regular donations can be Direct Debit or Standing Orders - you remain in control of payments and you can stop at any time.
Volunteer riders and drivers need to be over 25 years of age, hold a current advanced riding / driving qualification
or be trained to an emergency service standard (i.e. Police Class 1).
You must hold a full UK licence and, for bikers, it must be unrestricted. No more than 6 penalty points either.
WE supply fully liveried motorbikes and cars - we only use these, so no personal vehicles are required.
~ ~ IF YOU DON'T ALREADY HOLD AN ADVANCED QUALIFICATION ~ ~
This is where it currently gets a bit tricky... Due to Covid-19 restrictions, it is very unlikely that you will be able to commence this right now. Training providers (both car and motorbike) have suspended their services...
We would really need this BEFORE you complete an application form to join us, so it seems sensible to wait until this has passed, complete the training and then get back in touch.
We also require CALL HANDLERS - often referred to as "controllers" - who help organise our collections and deliveries.
This is a job that can be done at home or even when you're out and about - we don't operate from a call centre!
All you need is a phone - ideally a landline, but a mobile is OK - and internet access so that you can see our online rota and to make some very simple amends to our live job records. Your physical location is really not that important!
All training for this position is in-house - no previous experience is necessary but, if you have, that's a bonus.
We would normally do our in-house training in a "classroom" setting but clearly that will have to change right now.
If you're prepared to be flexible about this element, then we'll find a way through it.
Fundraising and Promotional work is key to our charity - we survive purely on donations.
We might not be able to do much during this current scenario, but things WILL improve and we will need to get back out there, raise vital funds to keep our fleet on the road, and to promote the good work we do to a wider audience.