Volunteers to work at the Hawkes Bay Regional Prison to aid rehabilitation

Department of Corrections

Volunteering with the Department of Corrections is for people that feel that they are able to offer tane constructive/rehabilitative/reintegrative skills/activities. By keeping men engaged, stimulated and motivated, our volunteers ensure the prison environment is safer (both for other prisoners & all staff/volunteers/providers), they provide community connections and act as role models. It is also incredibly valuable for our volunteers to be a part of the good news stories that come out of the work they do & by including our communities in volunteering, we hope to increase the sense of inclusion that tane experience when they are released which in turn benefits our communities through a reduction in recidivism.


Honest, caring and able to mentor those willing to learn.

Time commitment:

As required by the volunteer coordinator

Getting started:
The first step is to express your interest by filling out the form below. We will then put you in touch directly with the organisation for more information on the role and how to proceed.

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