Wolverhampton Advice and Guidance for Women

Get Involved

Aspiring Futures is an inclusive organisation with many opportunities to get involved to learn skills, gain experience, shape the way we work or make a donation to help us fund our services.

Volunteering has widened my knowledge, allowed me to gain first-hand experience in working with service beneficiaries

Volunteering and Work Placements

Volunteering and work placement opportunities with Aspiring Futures

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We provide volunteering and work placement opportunities in the following areas:

  • Teaching and group facilitation
  • Fundraising
  • Event Organisation
  • Social Media
  • Befriending
  • Marketing and promotion
  • Networking within the community

In return we will offer supervision and support, flexible working hours, out-of-pocket expenses and a job reference.

If you’re interested in volunteering please get in touch.

Apply to become a Member

Become a member in supporting women to aspire for better

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Membership is open to women who believe in our vision and values. There is an annual fee of £50 to become a member of Aspiring Futures. 

All of our members are integral to our work, and your support enables us to improve women’s health, mental well-being and social connections thus improving their overall quality of life and chances of becoming an equal citizen.

The members will:

  • Pay concessionary rates for Aspiring Futures’ chargeable services
  • Have access to learning resources, training and other professional development
  • Be able to take part in the annual review of the services and be a change maker.

Join our Service Users Group

All of our service users are welcome to join our service users group

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We believe that women who benefit from our services are best placed to support us to improve our services and the impact these can have on other women.

Our Service beneficiaries play an active role in shaping and modifying all of our current service provision and in initiating new projects in order to bring sustainable change in the lives of women from all backgrounds and ages.

We have two-way consultation – regular verbal and written feedback is sought, questionnaires (pre and post service evaluation) are completed which form part of our ‘outcomes framework’ and ‘theory of change’.

Our volunteers, peer leaders and advisory group offer hands-on practical support in project planning, delivery and maintaining the quality of services.