Our charity is dedicated to addressing the inequalities, discrimination and racism that black women face in the mental health sector in the UK. We are looking for facilitators to run free weekend sessions for black women across the UK
This is a voluntary role and is designed to be flexible and, fit around your other commitments. We are looking for facilitators to help deliver sessions to black women, individuals, and organisations who are interested in learning more about black women’s mental health and other wellbeing models. TMAF is looking for black women who are currently working/studying in the mental health and wellbeing sector with a specific interest in black women's mental health and wellbeing.
Session facilitators will help Thelma Matilda Alves Foundation to expand and provide group sessions which is one our key services. This means that we will be able to reach and help more black women by offering them a chance to learn more about their mental health. As well as, be given more time and opportunity to share their struggles in a confidential and empathetic setting.
An opportunity to be a part of a new charity and make a positive impact on the mental health of black women in England. You will be leading sessions with black women from all age groups, backgrounds and from across the country. Additionally, you will be able to develop and run racially aware sessions that can be used in the future to start businesses or share with large corporations.
Please send us your CV and a short statement about why you want to volunteer with us.