Interested in volunteering for Yorkshire MESMAC in Leeds? Read on for all of the information you need to know.

Volunteers enhance many of our projects at Yorkshire MESMAC, and we are looking to expand some of these projects with further volunteer support.

We allocate roles on a first come, first served basis. For roles where there is a form, please fill in all of the sections. Once you have filled in the form, we will get back to you with more information or to arrange an induction session.

If you are interested in more casual volunteering at Yorkshire MESMAC, you can find information on and apply for our condom packing parties on this page. Alternatively, you can contact the Leeds office directly on 0113 244 4209 or email leeds@mesmac.co.uk

Yorkshire MESMAC supplies condoms and lube to bars, saunas and other venues across Yorkshire. If you’ve ever used one of our condom packs, you’ll know how useful they are! We organise regular condom packing parties so that we can continue to provide this service.

These events happen on a regular basis, usually weekly or fortnightly, and our existing volunteers enjoy being involved and giving something back. So far to date, more than 6 million condoms and lube have been packed and distributed. This is vital to all the projects within Yorkshire MESMAC and to many users across Yorkshire.

If you would like to volunteer for the condom packing parties at Yorkshire MESMAC, please click here. We will get back to you with opportunities and upcoming condom packing parties.

The Sage project aims to reduce social isolation faced by older (50+) LGBT people.

Volunteers of all ages are welcomed and appreciated in the following roles:

  • Buddying older LGBT people to support them to engage with the project and build confidence.
  • Promotions volunteering to attend meetings and events, support the production and editing of the Sage newsletter, distribute the newsletter and resources to those without internet access, and improve digital engagement for those wishing to develop their internet skills.

Older (50+) volunteers are encouraged to contribute to the direction of the Sage project in both the above and the following roles:

  • Joining the Steering Group to shape the direction of the project.
  • Becoming a Community Speaker to inform interested organisations about the Sage project from the perspective of a member of the older LGBT community.

For further details about the Sage project, or to sign up to volunteer, plase visit Sage.

We carry out community testing in Leeds city centre under the project name Testing Times. The service is an award winning high profile service within Yorkshire MESMAC and we are looking for keen and confident people who are interested in getting experience in outreach and health care.

Please click here to see the Community Testing Volunteer role description.

If you are interested in applying to be a volunteer, please click here.