About CAFOD Brentwood

CAFOD Brentwood works with the Catholic community in the diocese to raise both funds and awareness of global poverty and injustice through parishes, schools, and networks.

The CAFOD Brentwood volunteer centre is just one of many around England & Wales working in partnership with thousands of volunteers and supporters, providing information on supporting CAFOD in your area and how to get involved.

For more information, please contact:

Christopher Driscoll
Address: Cathedral House, Ingrave Road, Brentwood, Essex CM15 8AT
Telephone: TBC
Mobile: 07776 493162
Email: brentwood@cafod.org.uk
Location of CAFOD Brentwood Volunteer Centre on map

Volunteer with us!

Come and join the CAFOD team, and get directly involved in helping bring poverty to an end. If you are interested in any of the opportunities below, get in touch with Christopher Driscoll on 07776 493162 or brentwood@cafod.org.uk

Volunteer in your parish

Working in partnership with the parish priest, parish volunteers help to increase awareness of CAFOD’s work and help more people to get involved by giving, acting, and praying with CAFOD. This can include organising Fast Day talks, collections, and other events, taking the lead on parish programmes like Connect2, and ensuring that CAFOD’s work is held in prayer in the community.

Find out more about volunteering in your parish

Work with children and young people

From an early age, children and young people have a keen sense of justice. CAFOD’s education volunteers help inspire and empower young people to act for change by leading assemblies and workshops in schools, youth groups and confirmation classes.

Find out more about volunteering to work with young people

Speak up for CAFOD

Speakers lend their voices and experience to telling others about the great work CAFOD is doing to bring an end to poverty and injustice. Volunteer speakers are always needed to speak at Masses for CAFOD’s Fast Day appeals.

Find out more about being a speaker for CAFOD

Coordinate other volunteers

Our volunteer area coordinators work with groups of volunteers across a deanery or other geographic diocesan area, building relationships with existing volunteers and recruiting new volunteers where possible.

Find out more about being a volunteer area coordinator

Help with office administration

Administrative volunteers are often based in a volunteer centre in their area and work closely with other volunteers and staff. Responsibilities for this volunteer role may include data entry, handling correspondence via email and telephone, and collaborating with volunteer coordinators to help administer certain areas of CAFOD’s work in the area.

Find out more about becoming and admin volunteer

Communications volunteer

Communications volunteers gather and coordinate photos and stories of parish communities, schools, volunteers, and more in their area. Working with CAFOD’s media team, they will then produce press releases for the local newspapers and local radio, as well as sharing the stories on CAFOD’s local blogs and social media channels.

Find out more about becoming a communications volunteer

Get to know your MP

By becoming a CAFOD MP Correspondent (MPC), you can help to ensure that the voices of many of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people are heard in the corridors of power. Through letters and meetings with MPs, CAFOD supporters have already helped secure tough laws to tackle climate change, and ensure the UK are world-leading in their overseas aid contribution.

Find out more about being an MP correspondent

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