Make a difference… become a volunteer

Volunteers are the heartbeat of our movement. Enabling young people to raise their aspirations and confidence to create a happier, healthier generation.

With over 20 activities across 7 days a week there is something for everyone to take part in.

At Unitas we are continually recruiting a committed core of volunteers across a wide range of skills to ensure we deliver a world-class service to Barnet’s young people.

So, why not join our TEAM and be the change you want to see.

What can I expect?

To become a Unitas volunteer there are some crucial stages that need to be completed:

  1. Full application form
  2. Two satisfactory references
  3. An enhanced DBS check
  4. Mandatory NSPCC level one safeguarding

Click here to see the Unitas operating hours



We want our volunteers to make the most of their time with us which is why we provide a diverse package of training and development opportunities. Some of these are in house and delivered from our skilled team however, other are sourced in externally.

“Volunteering at Unitas is incredible, you are the people making a change, encouraging young people to be ambitious, kind and positive influences in the world. Each week is different and challenging with Unitas constantly working to expand what they are doing and how they are reaching young people. You can take the lead on projects and activities and can really have fun, in the last month I’ve been a face painter, a hair stylist and led galaxy painting in the arts and crafts room!” – Nayna


For more information and how to apply please visit our ‘Do it for good’ page here.

Click here to download an application form.

why volunteer

We will be recruiting for volunteers in the following areas:

Climbing wallBoxing/ Martial ArtsArt
Hairdressing/ BarberingNail artMake up tutorial
Eyebrow threadingSocial MediaPhotography

Why Volunteer

Give your CV a boost


Time Bank recently did a survey of some of the UK’s leading businesses and 73%* said they’d employ someone who’s volunteered over someone who hasn’t.

Get back into work


It’s a great way to get a reference and fill gaps in your work experience. You can also try out different types of work to get a taster – which can really help you if you’re looking for a job or want to change direction.

Improve your confidence


You’ll learn and do things that you might not normally get the chance to – this can be a real confidence boost.

Meet new people


You’ll probably meet people from different cultures and backgrounds that you might not normally. Volunteering with people who are as passionate about improving the opportunities for you people,