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Many of our guests are multilingual, and we often find that volunteers with different language abilities can play a vital role. If you speak English as well as either Polish, Romanian, Arabic or Tigrinya and have the desire to help out, we would love to hear from you. 

Could you assist caseworkers in a partner drop-in? The daytime services plays a vital part in helping guests get back on their feet. Though many of our caseworkers and guests are multilingual, we often find it helpful to have additional language support in the drop-in. 

Alternatively, we also have the occasional need for volunteers to help translate feedback-forms from our guests. This could either take place at our Chelsea headquarters during business hours, or we could discuss providing materials to translate in the comfort of your own home. Languages of interest include Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Tigrinya.

28 Jan 2020 update: One of our shelter guests is deaf. If you are proficient in British or Polish Sign Language and could assist, please get in touch. 

If you have any questions, please email [email protected].  Or fill in the form below and be sure to let us know what language(s) you speak and your availability. 

Yes, I can help with translations