Community Outreach Representatives (Remote)

  • VO83633
  • Home-based volunteering


*Who We Are:
UKFCP National Support Centre was established in March 2020 to safeguard Chinese vulnerable communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. We aim to develop a safer community for Chinese, East Asians and South East Asians with our large team of passionate multicultural centre representatives. We are now at the very CRUCIAL stage and we are looking for strong communicators who could provide immediate help to our community and be willing to address the issues for members of our communities in urgent need. Be part of us!

*How to Apply Your Talents:
As part of outreach team keeping an eye on the information across UK:

  • Engage with our communities to understand individual members’ needs
  • Engage with our communities to draw a better picture of national and local issues that need addressing by listening to individuals and organisations
  • Engage with experts who can offer deeper insights into specific issue for effective solutions
  • Develop partnerships with stakeholder organisations in the public, private and third sectors
  • Communicate the issues within National Support Centre Team to tackle any challenges together
  • Keep a regular record on outreaching progress

*We are now looking for volunteers speaking one of below languages:
Chinese (Mandarin, Cantonese), Burmese, Indonesian, Filipino, Singaporean, Cambodian, Malaysian, Lao, Thai and Vietnamese


  • Work from home, with an energetic and creative team
  • Gain outsourcing and information processing skills

A fantastic opportunity to help with all volunteer assistance greatly appreciated. For further details please contact Josephine Hua, Admin Assistant at email or tel.: 07497348182.

Organisation aims and objectives

We unite, support, develop and promote the Chinese professional community in the United Kingdom.










Flexible times to volunteer. All help greatly appreciated.


Experience required: - Empathetic, Confident, Caring, Trustworthy - Enthusiastic, passionate and communicative, flexible with time - Strong social responsibility and teamwork spirit - Ability to communicate with clarity and purpose both in written and verbal formats in English
Travel details: No travel required - home based volunteering.
Minimum age: 18


Training details: Excellent training and ongoing support is provided to all volunteers. All volunteers will be given induction on how the support centre operates and how to carry on routine tasks. Centre Manager will provide support all the time when the volunteer is carrying on the task.
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Last updated 12 days ago

Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.