We have opportunities for domestic assistants. Each person will be responsible for the general cleanliness of communal areas to include toilets, corridors, reception and one small and one large hall. A member of staff will demonstrate training regarding equipment and chemical dilution rates. Volunteers would be encouraged to obtain a Moving & Handling and a First Aid qualification. . An average of 3 hours per day is required. Volunteer should read notice board for updates regarding training or fundraising activities.
Tayside Re-users regularly receives donations of bicycles. Some require repair before they are ready for resale in our shop. We have a dedicated repair area and this has repair equipment and supplies of spare parts. This opportunity would suit someone who has a passion for bikes, experience of bike repairs and able to carry out basic repairs to bikes to give them a new lease of life.
British Heart Foundation-Clydebank Furniture & Electrical
Time to meet and greet your local community. Become an important member of the British Heart Foundation team and help to support not only your local store but BHF research into heart and circulatory disease. We need volunteers who are chatty, friendly and willing to follow our volunteering guidelines to help us recruit more like minded people.
Get involved with your community, face to face and web based, placing adverts online and making contacts within the local colleges and job centers. Join your local team and help to introduce people to the wonderful world of volunteering and our lifesaving research into heart disease.
British Heart Foundation-Clydebank Furniture & Electrical
Do you walk down the street and say hello to everyone you meet? Are you a familiar and friendly face around town? Or are you looking to integrate yourself into the local community? We’re always looking for confident, chatty and driven volunteers to generate great quality stock. You will help to build and maintain friendly relationships with existing and new business contacts, arranging local collections for your local store and talking to local business’ about surplus stock.
Become a part of our stock campaigns and get the local community involved in our stock events. All the stock which people like you generate helps us provide funding for over half of the UK’s independent research into heart and circulatory disease!
Calling all knitters and Crafters:
You can make a huge difference to the lives of children affected by domestic abuse and family breakdown in Shetland. We're seeking out talented volunteers to create some 'Worry Monsters' that will bring comfort and joy to the young folk we support during the most challenging times.
What are Worry Monsters? They're cuddly creatures with a very special power - they gobble up worries and fears! By crafting these adorable compainions, you can provide a source of comfort and reassurance for children who need it most. Our specialist CYP (Children and Young People) workers use a variety of creative and playful therapeutic techniques to support children (of all genders, ages 3+) to use their Worry Monster to help process what might be going on at home, and you can be a part of making that happen.
Here's how you can get involved:
*Knit, sew or craft your own Worry Monster using your favourite materials and colours. Let your creativity shine! There are various free patterns available online if you need an idea of where to start. A pouch or mouth to store worries would be ideal.
*Please ensure your Worry Monster is child-friendly, soft and huggable.
*Once you've finished your creation, please contact us and we'll arrange collection. We'll make sure each Worry Monster finds its way to a deserving child.
By sharing your crafting skills, you'll be providing a tangible reminder to these children that they are not alone and that their worries can be transformed into something magical. Let's come together as a community and make a difference - one stitch at a time. If you have any questions or need more information please email email@example.com or call 01595 692070
Lets create a world where children feel safe, loved and supported. Together we can make a lasting impact.
The Brae Youth Centre is looking for a volunteer cleaner to clean after a user group and to prepare for the next group attending the Centre. Cleaning materials and supplies are provided and located at the Centre. A cleaning schedule is provided and duties include: Cleaning the floors, doors, touch points, toilets and any other areas that are required. The Centre is already kept clean and tidy so the cleaning is only to ensure that our members can operate safely.
Do you thrive in organising unforgettable experiences and love to be part of creating memorable moments? Erskine Care Home in Gilmerton, Edinburgh, is searching for enthusiastic individuals to join our team as Volunteer Activities & Events Volunteers.
Erskine is more than a care home; it's a community. We are seeking volunteers to assist, in the organisation of events ,with outings, and group activities to bring joy and excitement to the lives of our veterans.
Why Volunteer in this role?
Play a crucial role in creating memorable experiences for veterans.
Contribute your organisational skills to make a positive impact.
Join a community that values your creativity and enthusiasm.
As an Activities & Events volunteer, you will be the magic behind our big events, outings, and group activities. You will assist to ensure that our veterans have engaging and enjoyable experiences.
The food hub packing role involves meeting at a storage unit in St Johns Town of Dalry between 9:30-11:30 on alternate Fridays. Together with 3-4 other members of the team we take in stock of the food customers have ordered from the producers, and sort it into boxes for the customers to collect or for us to deliver on. It does involve food handling but all food is pre-bagged except some vegetables which require weighing. All instructions with be given when you start.
To keep exhibits in good order routine restoration and maintenance work is undertaken both on aircraft, the buildings and displays. If you have good basic DIY skills or a woodworking/engineering background this may be the role for you.
Sandside Community Garden Association is a constituted organisation which relies on the support of dedicated volunteers to manage and support with the day to day activities of running the organisation. The role of garden volunteer involves general maintenance and upkeep of the garden and allotment space which is based in North West Dumfries, to help to transform the space into a sanctuary for the local community. Duties may include planting and pruning plants and vegetables, maintaining the grass, sweeping, painting and any other relevant duties. Volunteers will work in a team with other garden volunteers to share the workload.