We are looking for friendly, creative & reliable people in our busy shop to help serve customers, operate the till and prepare, price & display stock. Hospices of Hope is the leading palliative care charity in South Eastern Europe. We think everyone deserves the best possible care at the end of life but in countries like Romania, Serbia and Moldova, many people still die in pain without physical, spiritual or emotional comfort.
At our clubs on Wednesday and Saturday evenings we run a coffee bar selling tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks to our members, who have learning difficulties. The work involves serving customers, making tea and coffee, adding up how much is due and giving change where necessary. The Wednesday Club runs from 7pm to 9pm and the Saturday Disco runs from 7pm to 9:30pm. Coffee bar helpers are asked to arrive by 6:30pm to help with setting up the coffee bar,
This role is to assist with the governance of the Branch; in particular by attending the monthly meetings of the Management Committee and by taking responsibility for agreed tasks suited to their abilities. Also to be one of the key-holders responsible for opening and locking the building before and after club meetings. To help with our three clubs (which include a disco, indoor games, arts and crafts, Scottish country dancing).
We need volunteers to work alongside our Shop Manager and Shop Supervisor. Volunteers need to be friendly and reliable team players, with an interest in healthy eating. Dig-In is a friendly place to work and we are lucky to have very engaged and supportive customers. You will work as part of a team of all ages and backgrounds! You will learn more about Dig-In through our induction sessions. You can choose a regular weekly slot or work on an ad-hoc basis.
We have been providing therapies and support for people living with MS and other conditions since 1984 from our Therapy Centre in Leith. We actively encourage and support volunteering opportunities – they are vital to our organisation and everything we do. We welcome people from all walks of life who can support us and provide a welcoming and friendly face. You will be trained and supported in the operation and delivery of our oxygen therapy service. This is a vital and beneficial therapy for many of our clients in the management of their long-term condition. We also offer volunteering opportunities with our physiotherapy service, administration and in fundraising activities.
We are looking for volunteers to support the Bethany Christian Centre staff team in giving quality support to residents in the evening. This includes tasks such as participating in recreational activities with residents and staff, cleaning and/or cooking duties as required and general administrative duties, including answering phones and taking messages.
We’re looking for warm, friendly volunteers with good conversational skills to help us gather important feedback about our services.
Volunteers will be part of a team who will be calling our patients and families who have consented to being asked for feedback, and chatting to them about their experiences. This is an exciting new opportunity to be part of a team who will be helping to shape our services for the future. This feedback is vital to us, as it helps us to better understand the needs of the people we support. Our aim is to make the calls feel more like a conversation than a survey, as this is the opportunity for our patients and their loved ones to have their say about the care we provide.
You will be volunteering remotely, but will have regular check ins and supervision from our central team, and you will be given full training when you join us. Training will include the use of our IT system and dialling software, Safeguarding of Vulnerable Groups, and a basic induction to Marie Curie.
If you can spare 3-4 hours a week, enjoy chatting to others and would enjoy the opportunity to be part of a team making long term improvements in care then we would love to hear from you.
VTO provides free one to one tuition to children and young people (aged 8-18) to help tackle the attainment gap in Scotland. We work with young people from diverse backgrounds including those from low income families, care experience, EAL, or those faced with perceived barriers to learning. Our volunteers are responsible for developing a person-centred tutoring experience online. A key part of this role is relationship building, mentoring, instilling confidence, and empowering young people through education. Volunteers from a range of diverse backgrounds and experiences are welcome.
What will I be doing?
• Working one-to-one with a young person who requires tutoring support online.
• Relationship-building and mentoring
• Instilling a growth mindset towards learning
• Monitoring and recording progress of learning and keeping in contact with your assigned Learning Communities Coordinator
• Take part in relevant training
• Tutoring in English, Maths and potentially other subjects, dependent on experience
• Sourcing and creating engaging ways to support pupils’ skills and learning
Sound financial controls and management play a critical role in good governance at the museum and we are looking for individuals to become an integral part in helping the museum achieve this You will work closely with the treasurer and finance committee to help ensure the smooth financial running of the museum. You will assist in the inputting of invoices, credit notes etc into the SAGE accounting software. You maybe asked to get involved in the everyday financial operation of the museum reviewing such things as banking, till receipts, gift aid and general duties associated with running a successful charity operation. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills or rebuild existing ones the Dundee Museum of Transport is a small charity that has big ambitions. During CoVid restrictions it should be possible for the candidate to work remotely from home where necessary.
We are really excited to be putting a call out for people to help us. As our Transport Museum grows, we are creating and promoting new exhibitions, and events for everyone in the community, BY the community and we want you to get involved!
Typical roles include, Front of House Assistant- meet and greet customer service advisers, Admin Assistants with several roles to choose from, Archivists, Social Media Leads, Writers for our magazine, Artists, Retail Assistants, Exhibition Researchers, Education Assistants and so much more!
If you are looking to change career and learn new skills, or indeed teach us some, get in contact! You just might want to do something different or just enjoy lending your spare time helping our community. There's something here for everyone so please do get in touch.