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Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Triangle – Stroke Project. The Project is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to keep up its great work and we are always pleased to hear from people who have time, energy and commitment.

TRIANGLE – The Stroke Project

The Stroke Project is part of Triangle since 2001 and provides community based support and prevention services to people affected or at high risk of stroke.

Volunteers are a valuable resource in the Project as they enhance the work of staff and the quality of the service we offer to our stroke survivors, carers and people in the community.

Benefits of Volunteering

In today’s busy society, it is hard to think about finding time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering are enormous to you, your family and the community.

There are many reasons that people give for volunteering.

  • gaining new or developing existing skills, knowledge and experience
  • improving employment prospects
  • using your professional skills and knowledge to benefit others
  • meeting new people, making friends and socialise more
  • helping other less unfortunate and without a voice
  • feeling part of a team
  • building up trust, self confidence and self-esteem
  • a desire to make a difference to the lives of others

You can download details of our Volunteering Roles here

Contact Details

For more information regarding our volunteering service and/or volunteering roles, please do not hesitate to contact us on the following details:

Laura Prikken
Manager; The Stroke Project
Triangle Community Services
48-50 Well Street
London
E9 7PX

Tel.0207 017 2815
Fax. 0207 017 2837/8

Email: strokeproject@triangle.care

You can Download our Volunteer Application form here

Or to view a list of Volunteering opportunities across Triangle Community Services and our parent organisation Friends of the elderly click here