Monday - Sunday From 8 AM to 6 PM
Richmond Station TW9 2NA

Those with learning difficulties or disabilities often struggle in their day to day lives, and these disadvantages may prevent them from doing more creative activities. Those who volunteer to help people with learning difficulties can make an enormous difference in the lives of these individuals and change them for the better. Volunteers provide a great deal of support to such people but also gain a great deal from the experience as well.

How To Volunteer
At True Access, we have a passionate group of volunteers who are dedicated to supporting and raising funds to be able to run various activities and outings for those with learning disabilities in and around London. Their devotion to the cause is what makes them such a valuable part of our team.
We are always on the look out for new volunteers who would love to help True Access with a number of activities and events such as; night clubbing, concert, cinema outings, and so much more. Regardless of how many hours you can put in, all help is greatly appreciated.

What You Need
No experience is necessary, you just need to be friendly and patient! As long as you have a desire to help those with learning disabilities we would like to hear from you.

Download Our Volunteer Application Form