Volunteer to be a Soho Angel

We need your help. Can you spare one Friday or Saturday night a month to be a Soho Angel? Volunteers work between 10pm and 5am to help people who are vulnerable or distressed while out at night. That might mean handing out water, helping people find safe transport home, helping people report crime or being someone to talk to.

Volunteering is a great way to make new friends and support the community, as well as experience that could help toward a career in psychology, social work, medicine or emergency services.

Volunteers are supported every step of the way and work closely with police, ambulance, and council staff. You’ll get training from Drinkaware, St John Ambulance, and LGBT Foundation, including caring for those who are intoxicated, conflict resolution, safeguarding and supporting vulnerable people, and LGBT awareness and support.

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I understand that any offer of volunteering with the Night Hub project is subject to satisfactory references, and binding in honour only.

I understand that LGBT Foundation may hold and use personal information about me to inform me about the volunteer programme at Night Hub project and to keep in touch with me about events and opportunities.

This information, including that contained in this form can be stored manually or within computer files. All information given will be kept in the strictest of confidence and in accordance with General Data Protection Regulations. It will be held securely and only accessed by authorised personnel.

I understand that I can request for my data to be removed from the volunteer mailing list at any time, and can do this by emailing sohoangels@westminster.gov.uk.

Read our data protection notice to learn about how the council complies with data protection laws when processing your data.

Last updated: 4 November 2019