Umar - Glasgow
The feeling of having to talk to people and listening to them on a regular basis, as well as the profound joy when someone signs up to support a campaign. It shows people are kind hearted, supportive and really want to help others.
Well, I’d say the usual challenge is people’s rejections when I’m talking. Most of the time you see the positivity in people’s reaction but there can be something holding them back – so you try to inspire them to see the good side and the need that’s the most challenging.
UPLIFTING THE HUMANITY
Toni - Glasgow
The people are just so welcoming and friendly. I love the fact HOME works with charities. Helping to give people their lives back.
One Big Family
Anonymous - Glasgow
It is always different. It is never the same experience on two doors. The people you work with are great.
Developing as a fundraiser.
Lots of fun
Emma - Glasgow
We ethically raise thousands of pounds for fantastic causes, and earn a wage while doing so (and bonus too!).
Also, the management team are passionate, friendly, and approachable. They support you, to help you develop as an individual & within the company. You are rewarded & recognised for hard work and get to see parts of the country you’ve never visited before with all travel costs covered.
Maintaining a positive mentality was my biggest challenge. There is also a physical aspect involved (walking) to a degree.
Ethical, rewarding, FUN!
Every day is different. The people you work with keep you motivated - A happy atmosphere. The pay is rewarding.
The weather along with the rejections you get from people.
GREAT! GREAT!! GREAT!!!
Chrisafenia - Liverpool
The flexibility.The managers are very understanding, approachable and accommodating.
Also, the recognition given to your hard work at socials and breakfast clubs.
The cold weather in winter makes the rejections a bit harder.
Challenging, fun, rewarding.
The support I receive from our management team and the company. I have worked here for 4 years and I enjoy my job.
The challenge faced is to be able to inspire the public to make a difference in the world.
Family, caring, inspirational
Matt - Nottingham
The friends I work with.
Some of the people you talk to on the door are not always polite.
Fun and cool.
Paul - Glasgow
Working in a supportive environment and having the opportunity to learn a variety of skills.
The role was fairly new in Glasgow when I started so I didn’t know much about the position.
Fair, warm, supportive.
Gail - Liverpool
The people who you work with become like extended family. Every day is different dealing with public.
Sometimes it can be challenging to communicate all the amazing things we do to perspective applicants in a short span of time.
Friendly, inspiring, worthwhile