Support Us Volunteer for us Oral history project Podcast volunteers We are creating a series of podcasts about the creation of Bristol Crisis Service for Women and the history of our brilliant peer-led support services. Based on 22 interviews with former staff and volunteers, the podcasts will tell our story in our own words. To make sure we’re not just speaking to ourselves, however, we are looking for feedback from other women’s peer-led mental health organisations and activists during the content development process. If you have the time and interest to take part in one of our research and development Zoom sessions, please contact Marnie Woodmeade ([email protected]) Other opportunities We have a wide range of activities planned for the next 8 months. If you want to get involved in any of the ways listed below - or you've got ideas of your own - email our Community History Worker, Rosie Wild, at [email protected]. Volunteer activities Research and writing historical pamphlets Creating web pages for Self Injury Support’s website Curating public exhibitions Facilitating workshops about women’s activism Online event planning and delivery Designing educational resources All volunteers will receive full induction training from Self Injury Support as well as training specific to their role. They will be supported by our Community History Worker and reasonable out of pocket expenses will be paid.