Like many voluntary organisations, Noah’s Ark depends on a group of dedicated volunteers, without whom a lot of our services would not be possible. Noah’s Ark has number of exciting voluntary work opportunities.


We would like to offer volunteer counselling placements to a small number (5-6) of students who are currently undergoing counselling training for which they require a placement to accrue counselling hours. We would ask you to commit to seeing 3 clients a week. Supervision expenses are available.

Please send your CV and a covering message explaining why you would like to have a placement at Noah's Ark Centre to by 25th January.
Interviews will be held mid-February with a view to starting your placement in early March.
Good luck - we look forward to hearing from you.


Our Rainbows volunteers are vital to the delivery of the Rainbows peer support programme for children aged 4-10 who are experiencing loss, such as bereavement, parental separation or family breakdown. The groups are run at a number of sites across Calderdale, on a termly basis.

What do I get from being a Noah’s Ark volunteer?

  • Training and induction into the Rainbows programme
  • DBS check
  • Rewarding opportunity to facilitate extraordinary changes in the children

What do I have to commit to?

We ask that you commit to helping at Rainbows one afternoon a week during term-time, for at least a year.