We hugely value the work of our volunteers, who do a great deal to help us. There are many different ways to play a role within Enableability. Most of our volunteers either help with our Advocacy service or with the running of our activity schemes such as PALS, Saturday Club and general play schemes. Advocacy is all about supporting disabled people to help them make informed decisions in their lives and to offer them opportunities and information that may help them to achieve their goals. We run advocacy for children and adults

Pals Volunteers

“ Volunteers at PALS help young people aged 6 – 21 with mainly physical disabilities take part in group activities.  This could be by helping a young person take part in a sport,  bowling or by  going to the cinema or for a meal with them.  All volunteers are supported by staff, we offer free training and pay for all out of pocket expenses.  It’s a great fun way to volunteer, make new friends, learn new skills, help others and looks really good on your C.V.”

Volunteers are all required to have a CRB check, an informal interview and supply references for us to follow-up. If you would like to know more, call us on 02392 671846.


We are in the process of trying to start up a fundraising group to help us raise funds for all our activities. If you think you would like to help or you have an idea of your own that will help raise funds, we would love to hear from you! Please call us on 02392 671846.


Our board of Trustees oversee the running of Enableability. They look after governance, policies, finances and the running of the charity. Individual trustees are often involved in specific areas of responsibility such as running the newsletter. There are 12 Trustees in total. We often have availability on the Board and would welcome any expressions of interest.

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