As a non-profit organisation, we are always looking for ways you can get involved with Spokz People. The more people who know about us, the more people we can support.

Volunteers

Can you spare an hour or two a week?
Would you be up for distributing leaflets in your local area? 
Do you have IT, marketing or PR skills? 

Are you a student therapist with disability experience looking to increase your practice hours? 
Whatever skills and time you have to give, we’d love to hear from you. Just email allie@spokzpeople.org.uk and tell us what you’d like to do.

Modelling 

If you have a disability and have some cool pictures of yourself that you wouldn’t mind us featuring on our website, we’d love to hear from you. 
We want to use real people wherever possible and replace our current stock imagery. 
Organisations, referrals, training and networking
We’re interested in reciprocal referrals and link exchanges all around the UK.
We’re also available to train your staff, clients, members and service users in our unique therapy style and coaching techniques and can come along to deliver any of our services at your premises.  

Press, Radio and TV 

We love talking about what Spokz People do and are very up for sharing information and commenting as experts on disability topics relating to mental health, wellbeing and therapy.
You can download our press kit here or if you’d like Mel or any of our team to appear or speak on your programme or to comment on your article, please get in touch by emailing mel@spokzpeople.org

Donations

As a non-profit organisation, we are always looking for donations to fund the running costs of our free helpline and online forum. Anything you can spare would really help.

We don’t make a profit from our services we offer. The fees we charge merely cover the cost of sessions so we’re always looking to raise money to support the work we’re doing and to expand our service wherever possible.
We really believe that what we’ve developed can help transform the lives of people with disabilities and our aim is to make our service accessible and affordable (hopefully one day for free) to as many people as possible.

If you’ve a spare fiver or fifty to donate, we promise to make every penny go the extra mile.