*Volunteers are key to the success of SensationALL! *Do you have an hour or more to spare and want to make a difference in a fun and friendly environment?
SensationALL run sensory based therapy groups and services for children and adults with multiple support needs. We need volunteers to assist our team in delivering engaging and rewarding sessions for all our service users. You would be involved in activities such as crafts, baking, games and music as well as helping with the set-up, making refreshments and tidying up. Our children’s groups include access to our soft play area so they can experience free play in safe and comfortable surroundings as well as structured messy play, sensory story-time or craft activities.
Individuals interested in gaining experience working with people who have sensory and learning disabilities and autism will particularly benefit from volunteering with us however no previous experience is required.
Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are welcome.
We also require volunteers to help with:
*Trustee Board Members
Good support and relevant training is provided to all volunteers. Every volunteer is given an induction prior to starting. Once actively volunteering with us we will extend the opportunity to attend any in-house training such as first aid, introduction to Autism, Makaton amongst others.
Contact us for more information on any of these roles. Any time volunteers can give is greatly appreciated and will make a real difference to our charity! For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel.: 01224 476699
ARCHIE Child Bereavement Service (part of the ARCHIE Foundation charity) provide direct support to bereaved children and young people throughout Grampian.
Due to an increased demand in our service we are seeking volunteers in a variety of areas including: responders to visit bereaved families, fundraisers, event and admin helpers and a treasurer.
Key objectives of our Volunteers are: To support the work of GCBN through contributing to the range of services provided. To make a positive difference to the lives of the children, young people and their families who have been affected by bereavement
Our responder service entails people visiting bereaved families and undertaking direct support work with children and young people and their families. We also run event days for children staffed up by our volunteers. We are particularly keen to recruit a volunteer with a financial or accounts background to take on our treasurer role.
Excellent support and training is provided to all volunteers e.g.: induction includes self awareness, policy and procedures of charity. Training in child protection and bereavement support. Support from coordinator and board of trustees.
All help makes a difference and is greatly appreciated. For more details please contact: Malcolm Stewart, Coordinator at email: email@example.com or tel.: 01224 554152.
The Inclusive Homework Club was founded in 2018 to create an educational support hub for people with learning difficulties and from disadvantaged backgrounds in mind. In 2022 we began offering courses for adults, with our ESOL & IT Skills for Integration project for Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
Our team of dedicated volunteers are at the heart of what we do, providing education support and encouragement to children who need it most.
By volunteering for the Inclusive Homework Club, you will gain new skills and experiences, but most importantly you will make a difference in the lives of children and young people.
We are looking for someone who can help with administrative support to help ensure the classes run smoothly.
You will be volunteering in assisting our Project Coordinator. You will assist with filing, printing, copying, data entry, creating infographics and analysing data, and other similar tasks.
DAYS: We are looking for someone who can volunteer on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
TIME: We are looking for help between 11am and 3pm.
LOCATION: All volunteering will take place at Kinning Park Complex, 43 Cornwall St, G41 1BA
START DATE: Once you have indicated your interest, we will reach out to have a brief chat with you. After that, we will be happy to arrange a date for a taster session. If that goes well, we will be happy for you to continue as a volunteer.
If you are interested please click the ‘Apply’ button below (available when logged in and registered). You will then be contacted by the Project Coordinator by email or phone. If you have not heard back after 5 working days, the first step is to contact the Project Coordinator, Carly at firstname.lastname@example.org. You could also check your junk/spam folder on your emails just in case the response is there. If that doesn’t work out then please feel free to contact Volunteer Glasgow at email@example.com.
We have currently identified a number of areas that we would wish to fill by adding to our volunteers. There are four specific areas we would like to add to our skill base: advertising; archivist; bookkeeping and finally admin and clerical.
The RNLI has a wide network of local fundraising teams/groups organising a broad range of events and activities each year raising vital life-saving funds. The teams/groups are supported by a Community Manager.
The range and frequency of the events is determined by the team members themselves and the amount of time volunteered is up to the individual.
We are keen to welcome new people with new ideas and new skills into our local team so that we can develop our programme of fundraising activities and events in new, creative and innovative ways and contribute to saving more lives at sea.
The impact you will make
You will enable volunteer RNLI lifeboat crews to save lives at sea by carrying out and supporting vital fundraising activity in your local community.
What you will be doing
Assisting the Group with any administrative needs, eg ordering fundraising materials
Helping plan and implement a range of fundraising activities in the local community
Maintaining Group databases and facilitating communications within GDPR guidelines
Encouraging and welcoming a diverse group of new supporters to assist with fundraising activities and helping to drive our One Crew ethos
Championing the RNLI and building its reputation in the area
What you need for this role
Good interpersonal and communication skills
IT, organisational and administration skills
Open to change and willing to contribute and try out new ideas
What’s in it for you
Join an inclusive and diverse organisation
Have fun, meet new people and join a motivated and enthusiastic team who are making a difference
Learn skills and gain experience to enhance your CV
Gain the satisfaction of giving back
Training to fulfil your volunteer role will be provided and reasonable out of pocket expenses reimbursed
There is opportunity to become involved in such a wide variety of projects/ groups dependant on your availability of time. We would love support to reach our community more. Perhaps you have skills / interest in social media use or website development. Support once a month with minute taking would aid our volunteer group also. All options provide an insight into the wider activity within the community and support development of skills and experience.
We meet usually every last Monday of the month (except July and December). Some examples of our involvement are monthly meetings involving locally elected councillors, Police and guest speakers. We regularly review local planning applications, police reports, local news and address any concerns raised. We organise community events such as beach cleans, seasonal town decorations/ events such as the summer bunting and Christmas Lights display/ switch on. We also support to facilitate local projects such as most recently the creation of our Carnoustie Butterfly and supporting creation of the town heritage trail as well as collaborating with organisations to distribute community funds, such as the recent Seagreen Community Funding.
We are looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers who can regularly give us four hours of their time per fortnight.
We are currently open 2 days a week from 11am to 3pm and are hoping to increase our opening hours in the near future.
Duties of the role include:
• Welcoming visitors and answering questions
• Selling museum publications
• Recording visitor information
• Receiving items donated by members of the public
We are looking for people who have:
· An interest in Dalkeith’s history
· Good people skills
· Good listening skills
Experience of using Word and Excel would be a bonus You can check out our website for more information about the museum at www.dalkeithmuseum.co.uk. A volunteer application form can be downloaded and printed from the site for completion. Alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator.
Are you seeking experience in publishing? Be a part of the team editing, writing and commissioning
content for the magazine, website, leaflets, etc. of Pain Concern. The editorial team undertake all
the editorial jobs involved in converting text to publication. Some writing will be involved, but the
focus for this role is on ‘editing’ rather than ‘journalism.’ As a member of Pain Concern’s editorial
team, you will assist our Managing Editor. By joining us you will join a fast-growing and respected
You will be part of a team, editing, writing and commissioning content for the magazine, newsletter,
website, leaflets, etc. of Pain Concern. The editorial jobs involved in converting text to publication
• Editing transcripts of interviews to produce copy ready for publication.
• Working with authors
• Working with our advisers
• Proof reading
Permissions and acknowledgements
• Indexing and working with indexers
• Bibliographical references
• Working with designers
• Corrections and maintaining an archive
• Researching information about pain and related topics
You can download an application form from our website https://painconcern.org.uk/volunteer-for-pain-concern/
If you enjoy being in an office and like meeting people, this is the role for you. You’ll be providing people with wheelchairs and other equipment to help them get moving again after illness or injury.
What you will be doing
Giving a warm welcome to customers visiting or phoning us.
Helping people wanting to hire a wheelchair or other equipment.
Using a computer-based stock control system.
Showing people how to use equipment.
Taking payments / donations
Apply online https://volunteer.redcross.org.uk/opportunities/30264-customer-service-volunteer-wheelchair-volunteer-dalkeith-2022-04-06