Emergency Response Volunteer Registration Form

The emergency response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a partnership between Salford CVS, voluntary organisations within Salford, Salford Council and the NHS.

One of the things you can do if you wish to help in the Salford emergency response to Coronavirus is to give your time and volunteer.

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Please fill in the form below if you wish to become an Emergency Response Volunteer:

Your details may be shared with the partnership to ensure the effective delivery of our support and for the purposes of contacting you to support your volunteering.

All of the information you provide on this form will be handled in a confidential manner and in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018.  

 
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To register to as an Emergency Response Volunteer we need you to provide a named person who can give a character reference for you. You may wish to gather their information before you begin to fill out this form.

If you are unable to provide a character reference you may still be able to volunteer in certain roles.

Please email volunteer@salfordcvs.co.uk.

 

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By giving your mobile number you give us permission for us to contact you via text in relation to your volunteering with us.
If applicable, please provide details of where you work - the name of your employer AND where you are based e.g. Morrisons in Eccles, Salford City Council - Swinton Civic Centre etc.
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Salford CVS & Volunteer Centre
Registered address 
The Old Town Hall 
5 Irwell Place 
Salford, M30 0FN

Tel: 0161 787 7795 
Email: office@salfordcvs.co.uk

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