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Opportunity: Charity Concierge 2021

Get a free ticket to a great festival, fundraise for Child.org, and develop your professional and interpersonal skills. Become a Charity Concierge.

In 2021, Charity Concierge are thrilled to be taking teams of volunteers to Download, Camp Bestival, Latitude and Electric Picnic.


Opportunity: Student Charity Ambassador

COVID-19 Update: This volunteer opportunity will work the same except students will be asked to hold virtual events instead of in-person events.

Run recruitment events on Campus.
To recruit as many potential blood stem cell donors to the UK register of the student demographic as possible.
Create awareness within the student community.


Opportunity: Major Gifts Volunteer

You will be supporting our Major Gifts Team with administrative duties as well as helping at organised VIP events.


Opportunity: Fundraising Volunteer

The National Brain Appeal (RCN 290173) raises funds for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the Institute of Neurology. We want to improve the outcome and quality of life for everyone with a neurological disorder by funding pioneering research, providing access to the latest technology for expert diagnosis and training tomorrow?s leading clinicians. Our volunteers help to make this possible.

We are a very small and busy team and the principle focus of this volunteer role will be supporting the fundraising team with day-to-day administration around events and challenges. The role is very varied and will provide a clear overview of the fundraising work of a small charity. The office can get very busy and the role requires excellent attention to detail, confidence when dealing with the public and Microsoft Office skills.


Opportunity: Community Events Volunteer

We need volunteers to provide extra support at our own events as well as events that we get invited to attend.


Opportunity: Front of House Volunteer

Volunteers play an invaluable and integral part in the everyday operations of our unique and beautiful historic houses, and make a valuable contribution to our work too. Handel & Hendrix in London provides a stimulating environment for volunteers to develop their knowledge, meet new people and acquire new skills.


Opportunity: Family Activities Volunteer

Noah*s Ark provides regular Family Activities including Family Days, Parent Groups, Siblings* Groups and Noah*s Ark (referred) Children*s Groups. These activities are designed to provide fun and free days out, allowing children and families the opportunity to meet others in similar situations and to take part in new activities in accessible environments.

Becoming a Family Activities Volunteer is a serious commitment, which provides a rewarding opportunity to directly support children with life-limiting or life threatening conditions and their families.

We are currently looking to recruit Family Activities Volunteers who are available to volunteer at events held on weekdays during school holidays.


Opportunity: Volunteer Assistant Youth Worker

Our Youth Hubs are the space where young people can develop their core personal, social, emotional, and educational capabilities, develop their own agency, voice and influence. We offer a range of positive engagement activities and youth clubs for young people aged 8-12 and 13-19 years old during term time; and summer scheme activities during school holidays. Some of the activities include cooking, gardening, drama, music, ICT, sports etc. Our two main centres, Forest Road and The Edge, offer chill out areas with kitchens, TV, pool and tennis tables, video and board games, ICT suites, multi-use activity rooms, meeting rooms and consultation rooms for drop-in sessions, sports hall and a recording studio. They are the home to a number of youth led social action projects, the Hackney Youth Parliament, North & South Forum, Hackney Get Heard and the Hackney Youth Opportunity Fund.


Opportunity: Assisting Event Coordinating Volunteer

Centre 404 runs annual events and fundraiser for the community. The role will help the Event Planner in various planning tasks.


Opportunity: Community Fundraising Volunteer

The volunteer will assist with the organisation’s community fundraising and communications operations. Researching, developing and promoting events and activities to existing and new supporters will allow the volunteer to use and develop their verbal and written communication skills and confidence, gain and understanding of how a small international NGO operates, and to ultimately build the income and increase the impact of the charity.


Opportunity: Event Day Volunteer

The National Brain Appeal (RCN 290173) raises funds for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the Institute of Neurology. We want to improve the outcome and quality of life for everyone with a neurological disorder by funding pioneering research, providing access to the latest technology for expert diagnosis and training tomorrow’s leading clinicians. Our volunteers help to make this possible.

We are a very small and busy team and the principle focus of this volunteer role will be supporting the fundraising team at some of the events we organise throughout the year as well as supporting fundraisers who organise their own fundraising events. This might include our Christmas carol concert, A Letter in Mind exhibition, music concerts, lectures as well as our challenge and sporting events such as the our annual Pyjama Party and Santa Run.

This role requires a few hours of your time on the day of the event, enthusiasm, punctuality and a smile.


Opportunity: Event Management Intern

COVID-19 Update: This volunteer opportunity will work the same except students will be asked to volunteer remotely.

An opportunity for someone who would like to develop their research, communication and liaising skills in order to organise and conduct events of the organisation.


Opportunity: Kenwood House Event Volunteers

English Heritage hosts several large scale events during the year and we are looking for volunteers to help us organise and deliver activities during those events, to ensure that all of our visitors to these events have a fantastic, high quality and enjoyable day.
Our Events Volunteer Programme is a fantastic opportunity to develop skills in a practical setting alongside a team that delivers a wide variety of large scale events.
At Kenwood we are hosting a variety of events such as Summer concerts, open air theatre and cinema, festivals, Christmas events and many more.


Opportunity: Fundraising & Event Assistant

The success of any fundraising event relies on the support of our volunteers. We have fundraising events throughout the year, including stalls at summer and Christmas fairs, supermarket bag packs and collections. Events are usually at weekends but preparation takes place during the week. All our events raise vital funds to support our work.

This role is very flexible, as volunteers are not required to make any regular commitment and no further training is needed after the volunteer induction. However, if you are able to volunteer regularly, there are lots of events to get involved in and your role will be very varied, with opportunities to support the Event Organiser either in the office or at the venue.


Opportunity: Changemaker Volunteer

The beauty of this role is that you can make it whatever you want it to be. From a sponsored run that just adds some oomph to your current training regime to organising the fabulous night out of your dreams with a team and gaining loads of skills (and kudos) to spending a rainy weekend baking in front of a good film and then selling those cakes - we can help you to plan your fundraising event, train you and help you to see how to sell your achievements to future employers.


Opportunity: Aston Mansfield Events Volunteer

We’re looking for people who can be the face of the charity in our communities. We encourage you to join us as an events volunteer where you’ll play a vital role in raising awareness about our work.


Opportunity: Festival Stewarding

To give valuable experience to volunteers in event management, organisation and leadership. Volunteer stewards help make the festival happen * from checking tickets, setting up venues for debates and managing the queues and crowds.


Opportunity: Charity Ambassador

Fundraising and awareness building


Opportunity: Friday Night Disco for Learning Disabilities Helper

Assist with weekly disco for adults with learning dsiabilities.


Opportunity: Events Support

We’re the only charity providing free, confidential support for children and adults thinking about leaving home, or are already missing, and their families left behind. As a small charity, we urgently need support to raise funds and awareness so we can continue providing a lifeline to anyone who needs us. Your contribution would be so valuable to this.


Opportunity: Section Assistant

To support Beaver, Cub and Scout Sections run weekly events for Young People in inner London!


Opportunity: Activities Facilitator

The aim of the activity programmes is to encourage older people in the community, who may be affected by loneliness, social isolation and changing physical and/or mental health, to connect with others and to remain socially active, healthy, independent and thus build a better life for themselves. We’re really keen for energetic UCL students to help run activities for our beneficiaries.


Opportunity: Unit Helper

GirlGuiding UK, as part of a worldwide movement, enables girls and young women to fulfill their potential to take an active and responsible role in society through its distinctive, stimulating and enjoyable programme of activities delivered by trained volunteers.

As a Unit Helper you will assist the Guider in the running of the unit. You will work with small groups of young people, helping to provide a safe environment for the girls and others working in the unit. You will also help in the preparation of unit records and financial records.


Opportunity: Ambassador

The main aim of the Ambassador Programme is to represent and promote Noah’s Ark at various community events in Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. Your help would really make a difference in helping us raise awareness and funds. It is hoped that volunteers can commit to supporting in this role for a minimum of 12 months, but this can be flexible.


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