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Thank you for visiting these pages. We need your help!

Benjamin-Elijah Gareth, Founder of RoofIn some of the areas to the left we are looking for volunteers to help with the delivery of Roof across the United Kingdom. Where you find that there isn't yet a website, please hit the back button on your browser and check out the links below.

There are lots of ways to volunteer from helping with the website, working in outreach (interacting with homeless people in the community), helping to manage local projects and donating money and/or services. We always need people to help out with data entry, answering the telephone, responding to Emails and spreading the word/responding to media enquiries.


To find out more about how you can get involved, please click here.

If you have at least three hours to spare per week in addition to Supervision meetings, can speak English to a mother tongue standard, have access to a secure computer at home and constant internet access as well as a landline telephone, a webcam and the ability to install a free Email program on your computer such as Mozilla Thunderbird, we can offer you the opportunity to get involved in a life changing project, make new friends and learn new skills.

Roof is a great project to work for, makes a practical difference to the lives of homeless people and is exceptionally rewarding. As Roof develops we intend to create a social network which you can come become part of and facilitate with support from the National Coordinator. Whichever way you choose to get involved, we look forward to hearing from you.

To find out more about the positions available please click here.

All Roof volunteers work from home and our virtual office is located online.

Thank you to our volunteers for their continued support and work with Roof and to you for considering supporting us.

Kind Regards,

Benjamin-Elijah Gareth

National Coordinator and Founder



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