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Volunteering

Who we are

Project Redsand CIO is a charity setup to secure the future of the Redsand Forts in the Thames estuary, the Organisation consist of Trustees and Volunteers.

What we do

Our goal is to restore the Redsand forts to its former glory and to preserve it for future generations.

Why we need you

As a charity, we relay heavily on volunteers to give their time to fulfill the goals and aims set-out by the charity. We need all the help we can get and volunteering is one of the ways you can get involved in this exciting project.

Roles within the Organisation

We recruit people from all walks of life and with many different skill sets.
Professional Roles; Legal, Insurance, Health & Safety
Management Roles; Day to day running, managing volunteers, organising events.
Fundraising and Support Roles; Holding events to raise funds for the charity, canvasing for the charity, raising local support for the charity.
Hands-on Roles; Rust removal, painting, metal work, plumbing ext.

How to apply

You can apply to become a volunteer at Project Redsand CIO with the form below, a volunteer support officer will assess your application and get back to you with further information regarding the recruitment process. Please only fill the form once, if you do not hear back within 7 days,You can either call us directly on 07838 26936 or you can email us at: admin@project-redsand.com or contact us on facebook

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