Volunteer with us


Would you like to get involved?

Volunteering is a great way to get involved and be part of the community. You will pick up on some amazing skills, it will look great on your resume and we will get the help we need to make sure that we keep providing the spiritual inspiration that our visitors need. Plus, you will benefit from being part of our spiritual community groups and make lifelong friends.

Below are some examples of volunteering you could do:

  • Serving at the Gift Shop
  • Distributing books and placing them in various institutions
  • Helping in the car park
  • Cleaning
  • Helping prepare delicious feasts in the kitchen
  • Greeting guests and helping with queries
  • Organic farming and milking cows
  • Gardening and helping maintain the grounds
  • Maintenance and DIY
  • Computers and geeky stuff
  • Distributing and serving food
  • Office admin tasks

Can anyone volunteer?


You just need to complete some training so we make sure yourself and others are safe. Fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch!

    Serve on Sundays

    Taster Seva Sessions

    Where: Bhaktivedanta Manor
    When: Sundays from 10.30am to 12.30pm
    Areas: Kitchen, Farm, Cow Protection Centre, Cleaning, & Gardening.
    Meet us: at the Reception, Sri Krishna Haveli at 10.30am sharp.

    This is an opportunity to try out new volunteering opportunities and meet other people. Just fill out the form above to get involved or to find out more information (use the reference ‘taster seva sessions’)

    Youth Volunteering

    The Manor gives the youth an opportunity to connect with others, feel great about themselves by giving back to the community, and learn interpersonal and various other skills, all whilst building confidence in themselves.

    • Serve the community
    • Do your work experience at the Manor
    • Take part in the Duke of Edinburgh programme

    Just fill out the form above to get involved or to find out more information (use the reference ‘youth volunteering’)

    Frequently asked questions

    You can volunteer with an adult from any age if you are able to e.g: make samosas. If you are 16-17 year old you can come alone but will need a consent from parents/guardian and under supervision. If you are 18 and over you can come on your own.

    No, but we ask you come at least for two hours minimum. If you can commit on a regular basis, you’ll have a much wider range of opportunities. You can volunteer on a weekly or monthly basis. Based on your choices, we’ll get in touch with you to discuss options.

    All volunteers have to attend free annual training and also appropriate training for the area of services they maybe involved in.

    Of course, our T-shirts and other merchandise are available to all regular volunteers.

    When you fill out the volunteering form above, you’ll be able to choose from a list of options.

    Please email us on volunteer@krishnatemple.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can!

    Some important documents

    Volunteering is fun, but we just need to make sure you are fully aware of certain policies. Click the links below to download the ones you need.

    Volunteer agreement

    Volunteer Agreement between ISKCON and you


    Consent forms

    A consent form before taking photos/videos of children


    Charity policies

    Equalities, data and other policy information


    Safeguarding policy

    Safety measures for young people and children


    Photo and Video

    A policy for the safe use of children’s photographs


    Key policies summarised

    Key policies summarised


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