There are two shifts; breakfast and lunch. Specific activities will include:
Setting up the till in the morning / cashing up the till in the afternoon and entering payments. Set up breakfast at the counter and fill the chilled cabinets, serve breakfast and make toast. Clear counter after breakfast and set up for lunch.
Serve lunch, including heating paninis and toasties. Clean and tidy after lunch. Keep serving area and tea/ coffee area clean and stocked.
Set up dinner plates and cups etc, help with co-ordinating games or activities organised for that day, assist service users when playing board games or bingo, clear away and assist with washing cutlery and plates. Must be willing to undertake a disclosure through the PVG Scheme
Dundonald Castle is a 14th Century hilltop fortified ruin which is looked after on a daily basis by The Friends of Dundonald Castle SCIO, who also manage the attraction’s Visitor Centre.
We are currently looking for volunteers for our cafe. Full day and half day shifts are available and tasks will include:
- Greeting/welcoming customers
- Helping with serving customers
- Keeping the visitor centre clean and tidy
- Daily set up and clean up
- Preparing food and drinks
- Restocking and compiling shopping lists
- Assisting regular groups in the cafe including Knit n Natter, Scrabble, History Group and Walking Group
North Highland Cancer & Information Support Centre
The Cancer Support Centre in Thurso is a voluntary organisation offering confidential, practical, financial and emotional support to people experiencing Cancer [and their families]. the group are looking for new volunteers to help with teas/coffees and to meet and greet people coming to the centre.
We hope that it might be possible to recruit new volunteers to join our team. The café is open six days a week from 1000 – 1430 and we are looking for volunteers who would be willing to sign up for a morning or afternoon shift either every week or every two weeks (or more often if anyone would like to!) We are flexible and it doesn’t need to be the same shift every week although some of our volunteers enjoy this routine.
We would be pleased to hear from you and to meet up at the Centre for a chat (socially distancing of course). Training doesn’t take long and if you join us you will very soon feel part of the team in serving this amazing community
Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity run a small café at Paisley Sheriff Court where we sell hot/cold drinks and snacks. We're looking for a volunteers to join the team and support. The café is open from 9am to 1pm, Monday to Friday each week.
This is a great opportunity for anyone that enjoys interacting with the public and would like to have a direct impact by helping to raise vital funds that support our young patients, their families and our NHS heroes at the hospital.
If you would like more information or have any questions before registering an interest then please feel free to contact our Fundraising Volunteer Manager, Becky, by e-mail email@example.com or by phone 07388 222168.
We look forward to welcoming you to Team GCHC!
Do you enjoy working with children?
Are you available weekday afternoons from 3.30-6.30pm?
Do you have an interest in Cooking?
Enjoy Helping others?
Volunteer required to support the class facilitator (No experience required and training will be provided). To encourage the children of primary school age upwards to learn as much as possible and be confident in the kitchen whilst promoting healthy eating.
1) Assist the class facilitator with preparations prior to class starting.
2) Monitor, assist and support the children with their cooking, as required.
3) Help the children to pack their cooked goods to take home.
4) Assist the children in tidying up and helping the class facilitator to clean and pack everything away.
5) As this involves regulated work a PVG Disclosure is required
The volunteer cook will be matched with an older person living in their area. They will provide a portion of a home cooked meal once a week, deliver it to the older person and stay for a chat if required. This meal share activity has a very important befriending element to it as many if our members may be socially isolated and will value having a local connection within their community.