Take the chance to change your community for the better: Volunteer with Body Positive. Our vision is to have a community that celebrates diversity and healthy relationships. Your community needs you to help people become stronger, more independent and live happier fulfilled lives. You will be part of a team that helps to improve the lives of LGBT+ people, people who are socially disadvantaged and those just starting out on their journey exploring who they are, what they want from their relationships and exploring their sexual health.
Keep the charity moving by helping with resource collation and office tasks. Greet people into the organisation and give a good impression to service users and professionals.
Training to be a counsellor or qualified and looking to work with people around LGBT+ issues or sexual health? Body Positive gives you the opportunity to develop your skills in the area of sexuality, gender and sexual health.
Get out and about helping the people of Cheshire with issues around sexual health, healthy relationships and LGBT+ issues. Gain experience working with the public and shadowing professionals using evidence-based interventions around socially sensitive topics.
Do you have a story about your experience of an LGBT+ person or person living with HIV? Learn the skills to share your experience in a way that is structured and professional. Tell your story and make our local community better for LGBT+ people and or people living with or affected by HIV.
Are you a lesbian or bi woman or gay or bi man looking to help other LGBT people who feel isolated or are looking to make new friendships? Support a vibrant group of people from a range of backgrounds: some who can be open and out to those who are taking the first steps in coming out to themselves.
Are you looking to take the lead in making a safer place for LGBT+ people in Cheshire and improving the sexual health and relationships for people from disadvantaged groups? Apply your skills and experience of the sector in ensuring we continue to promote healthy relationships, respect and celebrate diversity.