in it together: 1-2-1 support from venues for venues

a volunteer-driven programme to offer 1-2-1 support from venues for venues

In response to the ever-changing needs of arts organisations, house has set up a pool of individuals who can offer in-kind 1-2-1 support for venues in the South East who need it. The network is made up of volunteers from across the region with differing areas of expertise and experience.

Volunteer advisors

Listed below are the areas of expertise currently being offered by volunteers from across the network:

Access and inclusion
Accessibility and inclusion
Artist development
Audience development
Business
Communications
Community engagement
Cultural enterprise (and generating income)
Digital skills (e.g. streaming)
Diversity
Finance and budgeting
Fundraising and development
Legal
Marketing
Programming
Sales

Looking for support?

If you’d like to receive support from one of the volunteer advisors, please email info@housetheatre.org.uk with subject line ‘in it together’ and a brief description of the support needed. We will pair you with someone available, who will get in touch asap.

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Who can apply to volunteer?

Applications to become a volunteer advisor are open to anyone with at least 3 years’ experience in their chosen area of expertise within the arts and culture industry. house particularly welcomes applications from trustees and those currently working in, or furloughed from, venues in the South East. Farnham Maltings is an equal opportunities organisation and encourages individuals from all backgrounds to apply.

Volunteers will be able to decide how much time they contribute, but it is predicted that commitment will be around 1-2 hours every month.

Information for volunteer advisors (PDF)

Please submit your volunteer application using one of the following methods:

Versions of ‘in it together’ call-out May 2020:
PDF
MS Word
Large print PDF
Large print MS Word
Digital flyer

For more information, please see below or contact Steph Richardson at steph@housetheatre.org.uk.

More information about ‘in it together’