Volunteers are our lifeblood and we couldn’t do what we do without them! We have a wide variety of volunteering opportunities available.
You can find out more below.
Please get in touch with any questions and to register your interest.
Board Trustees provide strategic leadership for The Leprosy Mission Northern Ireland (TLMNI) through good governance. We are currently seeking to recruit 3 passionate and committed individuals to join our current Board of 7 Trustees.
We are particularly interested in hearing from candidates who have the skills and experience in one of the following areas as well as generalist skills that would enhance the role of the Board:
Board Trustees are expected to attend four Board Meetings per annum (normally a Monday evening). In addition Board Trustees may be invited to join a sub-Committee or represent TLMNI occasionally at a special event.
Meetings are currently held online (due to social distancing restrictions in place). When a return to in person meetings occur, it is envisaged that Board meetings will be held in the TLMNI offices in Lisburn.
TLMNI is an explicitly Christian charity, and part of your role as a Trustee will be to represent the Mission’s purpose and ethos to external audiences, provide Christian leadership and inspire Churches and individual Christians to pray for and support the Mission’s work.
To find out more please download the documents or contact the National Director, Joanne Briggs on 028 9262 9500 or via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Leprosy Mission has a zero-tolerance towards any abuse, neglect and exploitation to all people. All Board Trustees will be expected to sign and comply with the Global Safeguarding Code of Conduct and the Global Safeguarding Children & Vulnerable Adults policy. Further details available upon request.
Be a voice for leprosy in your church and a vital link between the congregation and The Leprosy Mission.
Church Reps play an essential and vital role in deepening this relationship and creating long term support.
You can play a key role in spreading our message in your church and amongst your network. In doing so, you will help raise awareness, critical funds and encourage prayer support by sharing the needs of those affected by leprosy.
Here are some ways in which church reps do this;
No experience is necessary as full support and guidance is provided.
If you are interested in becoming a church rep or would just like more information:
Join the team of speakers that share the passion of TLM at Church Services and Mid-week groups. This is a vital role, helping to raise awareness of the needs of people affected by leprosy in local churches and communities.
If you can spare an hour a week, or once a month, we could put yout to good use in our office in Lisburn!
We occasionally need people to help out at larger events such as a Christmas Fair, or an fundraising event. If you’d like to be added to a list of willing volunteers that we can call on as and when needed, please get in touch.