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Volunteer Roles and How to Apply

Broadway merged with St Mungo's on 1 April 2014 to form St Mungo's Broadway.

We now offer a range of volunteering opportunities in both St Mungo's and Broadway frontline projects.

To find out more about volunteering roles at St Mungo's please visit the new St Mungo's Broadway website here.

Roles now available

The volunteer roles below are currently available in Broadway frontline projects. To apply for these please complete the application form and return it to volunteer@broadwaylondon.org.

Please state clearly on your application from which role you wish to apply for - we may not be able to process applications that do not do this.

We will endeavour to respond to all applications but due to the volume of applications we receive, please be patient with us.

All applicants who are shortlisted will be invited for a volunteer interview at the project where the role is based. You will have an opportunity to meet staff and clients, ask questions and discuss the placement fully before accepting.

Please note that volunteer roles may be subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure/ISA registration.

We encourage volunteer applications from those with experience of homlessness. 


Outreach Services


No Second Night Out

No Second Night Out (NSNO) was launched on 1 April 2011 as a pilot project aimed at ensuring those who find themselves sleeping rough in central London for the first time need not spend a second night on the streets.

Each week about 60 people are seen rough sleeping for the first time in London. Many of them are new to the capital. Our aim is to ensure there is a rapid response to new rough sleepers, and that they are provided an offer that means they do not have to sleep out for a second night. Find out more at www.nsno.org.uk. To view the current roles available and descriptions of the roles, please click the links below:

No Second Night Out Assessment Hub Assistant


StreetLink is currently looking for new volunteers to support the StreetLink team.

Research has shown that not everyone who finds themselves sleeping rough knows about the available services in their area that can help them.  StreetLink's mission is to connect rough sleepers to these local services, and in doing so start the process of helping them away from the streets. 

Anyone across England who is concerned about a rough sleeper can tell StreetLink about them via the StreetLink website www.streetlink.org.uk, or by calling the 24/7 StreetLink team on 0300 500 0914. Volunteers support the StreetLink team by taking calls on the 24 hour StreetLink phoneline, processing rough sleeper referrals made via the StreetLink website, following up on voice and email messages and contacting members of the public to let them know what has happened as a result of their referral.

If you are passionate about helping rough sleepers and can commit to at least one shift per fortnight at our Shepherds Bush centre, over six months or more, we would love to hear from you.

To express your interest in volunteering please fill out the volunteer application form and return it to volunteers@streetlink.org.uk.

Housing Services

Broadway Sixty Five

Broadway Sixty-Five is a hostel in Ealing supporting clients from 18-60.
The below volunteer role is available. You can volunteer at Sixty-Five weekdays, evenings and weekends.

Download Hostel Volunteer Role Description

Edith Road

The team at Edith Road supports up to 25 single homeless people 24/7 and it is looking for a volunteer to help out on their reception on Wednesday afternoons.

Receptionist Volunteer role description

The team at Edith Road are looking for a green-fingered volunteer to help out in the garden and work with clients to improve and develop the outside space at the hostel. They are looking for a volunteer who can come in for half or one day a week on a weekend and are keen to hear from interested people soon in order to get ready for spring-time.

Gardening Volunteer role description

Broadway Mentoring

Could you be a Mentor?

We believe employment is an attainable goal for our clients and our Work and Learning team is dedicated to helping as many people as possible achieve this.

Broadway Mentoring offers you the opportunity to engage in a positive coaching role where your skills and support can have a lasting impact in helping someone to change their life.

Find out more here.


Applying for a volunteer role

Volunteer Application Form

Volunteer Application Form Guidelines











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