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Opportunity: Euston Station Christmas Bucket Collection

We would like to invite you to come along and collect at Euston Station on Saturday 7 December for Solving Kids’ Cancer! You will be working alongside other fantastic volunteers and it is a really fun, heart-warming way to help us raise vital funds for children with cancer this Christmas.

All volunteers will receive a free branded Solving Kids’ Cancer t-shirt, the opportunity to make new friends and meet like-minded people, the chance to build self confidence and a Santa hat to wear on the day (if they would like one!)

It’s so easy to get involved and Solving Kids’ Cancer will be on hand to support you every step of the way.


Opportunity: King's Cross Station Christmas Collection

We would like to invite you to come along and collect at Kings’ Cross Station on Monday 9 December for Solving Kids’ Cancer! You will be working alongside other fantastic volunteers and Solving Kids’ Cancer staff. It is a really fun, heart-warming way to help us raise vital funds for children with cancer this Christmas.

All volunteers will receive a free branded Solving Kids’ Cancer t-shirt, the opportunity to make new friends and meet like-minded people, the chance to build self confidence and a santa hat to wear on the day (if they would like one!)

It’s so easy to get involved and Solving Kids’ Cancer will be on hand to support you every step of the way.


Opportunity: Spirit of Christmas volunteer

We are currently looking for volunteers to help at our annual Spirit of Christmas carol service. The spirit of Christmas takes place on Thursday 12 December in Sloane Square. The NHS choir will be performing and there will be lots of mince pies!

The evening made £10, 000 last year and we’re aiming to raise even more this year, donations made on the night will be doubled by the UK Government and so will go twice as far to helping children with cancer.


Charity Podz Partnership Support

Noah’s Ark are in the very early days of a partnership with Charity Podz, the charitable arm of a family business, Toy Podz. They have been incredibly successful with Toy Podz and have recently branched into supporting charities by supplying un-manned concessions that are branded with the charity logo and marketing message. The concessions sell licensed capsuled toys for £1 of which the charity receives 25p. They’re perfect for keeping children entertained!

We have a brilliant opportunity to raise much needed awareness and funds through this partnership.

Community Involvement Research Volunteer

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We are looking for Self-Starter graduates with high level of research skills.

CIU staff will are looking for volunteers with skills in storytelling, updating existing pieces of work and scientific based research methods.

We’re looking for someone who will be able to work in a team and with other people. Experience working with Mailchimp is desirable.

Unit Leader

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Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK. By volunteering with us you can help us create amazing opportunities for thousands of girls. Guiding happens thanks to more than 100,000 brilliant volunteers - men and women like you who give their time to ensure that we are active across the UK.

Saturday School Volunteer

ACS is a non-profit organisation that provides inclusive services to local adults, children and families living on low incomes, supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds’ to achieve and develop new skills in the community. We run services from Monday to Saturday weekly. We are seeking volunteers to help, engaging and supporting children, adults and families in various activities. If you have a skill or talent to share, individually or in a group, we would love to hear from you.

Education Volunteer

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Surrey Docks Farm is a lively working farm on the river Thames. We are looking for volunteers to support the delivery of our weekend youth clubs. This is a great opportunity for those considering careers in teaching, youth work or environmental education. Join our team and find a bit of countryside right in the centre of the city!

After School Club

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Recruiting Now! Autumn Term, starting 17th September!

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3.30 - 5.30pm, we welcome a group of primary school children for ‘after school club’ to our Family Centre in Pimlico. Children are mostly from refugee and migrant families.

Volunteers encourage and join in on the activities, including; arts and crafts, cooking, indoor/outdoor games. The club encourages and develops children’s social and independent skills.

Play and Chat Volunteer – Bromley / Chigwell

During afternoons of diagnostic assessments, parents/carers are given feedback and a possible diagnosis of child/young person. Whilst our clinicians spend time with the parents/carers the child/young person (CYP) is left alone to play – we need to make sure that the child/young person is happy and safe.

This is an important role, as well as spending time talking and/ or playing with a CYP, parents will be relaxed knowing that their CYP is being looked after during this time.

Games Assistant

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Volunteer with a fun organisation which prides itself on compassion and empathy. There are no admin tasks involved, the environment is very ‘feel good’. This is the perfect way to take your mind off stressful exams, take a break from the library and be in the sun, giving disadvantaged children new memories which will last a lifetime. There is no time commitment involved - want to join as a one off and see how it goes’ No problem! Get in touch today!

Volunteer Mentor

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The Kids Network is looking for committed, fun and passionate volunteers to make a difference to the children of London. Our structured mentoring programme supports 8-11 year olds, based in Camden, at weekends with their social and emotional development before they transition into secondary school.

As a mentor, you will hold weekly one on one sessions of 1-3 hours. You will be building confidence, supporting resilience and helping your matched child to manage feelings through a series of fun and positive experiences and activities.

Children's Pottery Volunteer

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Love getting your hands messy? Why not help at our children’s pottery sessions! We are currently looking for a volunteer to support our Monday or Wednesday afternoon pottery sessions with children aged 6-12 years old. Volunteers will work alongside our resident potter to support the children to explore the clay and create their own pieces of work, helping with set up and clearing up of the studio as needed!

No experience necessary, just an enthusiasm for creative activity and a desire to get stuck in!

Opportunity: After-School Club Assistant

We require volunteers as After-School Club Assistants, the role involves supporting a team to prepare and run the activities of our highly successful after school club called Little Manor.


Opportunity: Mentor - Islington and Lambeth

To encourage the child to grow in self-confidence, build more positive relationships and overcome behavioural difficulties so that they can imagine a better future.


Opportunity: Group Leader

Free to Be Kids runs crucial respite breaks for inner-city London’s most disadvantaged children. Our breaks offer the opportunity for children to have fun, try new things, build their confidence and feel brave. The holidays are packed with nature and animal focused activities like kayaking down a river or den building in the forest. Without our breaks, many of these children wouldn’t have a holiday and many have never seen the sea, been to a farm or had a bedtime story. These experiences stick in the children’s minds for years afterwards and begin to help them see the world, and their place within it.


Opportunity: Hive Project Leader

We are currently looking for a new Project Leader for Hive; for more information, please contact our Admin Team.

Manages all aspects of the Student-Led Project “Hive” including planning the project, completing the risk assessment, recruiting and managing the volunteers, developing partnerships with external organisations and evaluating the project.


Opportunity: Learning Volunteer: Schools and Families

* To assist staff with elements of the administration and delivery of the schools and famiies* programme of sessions in the Museum*s Foyle Centre
* To offer volunteers a unique opportunity to play a key role while gaining experience working with a national museum collection of historic importance


Opportunity: Educational Mentoring

Young refugees can face many barriers in achieving their full academic potential, including lack of English, moving from school to school, different teaching styles to those they have experienced before, and the asylum process itself. The educational mentoring project provides a young refugee or migrant with a structured supportive relationship; they have one to one time with an adult each week to work on academic development. The project aims to improve educational attainment, improve fluency in oral, spoken and written English and to increase the young person*s confidence and self-esteem.


Opportunity: Literacy Support Volunteer

The Hackney Pirates are looking for enthusiastic and inspiring people to support young people’s learning at our after school sessions. Based on the premise that young people progress fastest when given personalised attention from an adult who cares, we give our young pirates the opportunity to benefit from one-to-one support from volunteers, as they work on creative writing projects that result in professionally published products such as storybooks, CDs and websites.


Opportunity: Women in Science Project Leader

We are currently looking for a new Project Leader for Women in Science; for more information, please contact our Admin Team.

Manages all aspects of the Student-Led Project “Women in Science” including planning the project, completing the risk assessment, recruiting and managing the volunteers, developing partnerships with external organisations and evaluating the project.


Cycle Training Volunter

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Help us build stronger communities at Aston-Mansfield by volunteering with our Little Manor Cycle Project!

We’re looking for volunteers to assist our qualified cycling instructors in the improvement of the cycling abilities of children attending Aston-Mansfield’s Little Manor Play Project.

The volunteer will assist staff in providing cycling activities for 60 children within an academic year. They will need good knowledge of cycle mechanics, mainteance and safety.

Volunteer Counsellor

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Camp Counsellors play a pivotal and crucial role in supporting volunteers by offering one-to-one coaching sessions. You will use an empowering and participative approach to help take the Volunteer Team Leaders to the next level in their professional and personal development.

You need to have, or be working towards a qualification in mentoring or counselling and have experience in mentoring. You need to be available to provide at least 3 evening mentoring sessions between Mondays and Thursdays and give effective assistance to people in a short time period.

Learning Mentor

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CARIS Camden Families is a small charity that supports homeless families living in hostels in the Borough of Camden in central London. We offer a range of play and learning opportunities to children resident in Camden hostels, to try and mitigate some of the disadvantage that comes with living in overcrowded, under-resourced and insecure accommodation.

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