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Choice & Control (Procurement) Volunteer

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Join the Choice & Control Navigation team to help adults with complex needs who are eligible for Personal Health Budget. People use their personal health budgets to access different types of care and support that suit their needs instead of using traditional NHS services. The programme is designed to help people build their confidence, and for some people to improve their mobility and social connections.

Night hub volunteer

Do you want to gain experience working with vulnerable people, while having a great night out?

The Night Hub will help anyone vulnerable or distressed on Friday or Saturday night in the West End. As a volunteer, you could be helping people get home safely or reunite with friends, helping them report crime or get medical help, or providing emotional support.

Sing along Volunteer Tutor

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Can you play the piano or another instrument that can be used to lead this small, friendly, singing group? The therapeutic benefits of music are well known – music can create an uplifting experience that can enhance both physical and mental wellbeing. It can also help trigger memories. We have prepared song-sheets with suggested favourites from film, theatre and popular music. If you have a love of music and of people, please get in touch.

Guided Choices Volunteer

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Join our Information & Advice team to provide one to one support for clients, helping them to find the best solutions or get the information that they need to overcome difficulties and to explore opportunities e.g. housing, repairs, benefits issues, utilities, help with legal issues, etc. Volunteers won’t need to provide specialist advice or help with filling in benefits forms. Volunteers will write up detailed case notes on our computer system, so excellent IT skills are needed.

British Sign Language Support Volunteer

We need volunteers with sign language experience to support a volunteer who uses BSL. We are looking for someone with the ability to sign at BSL level 3 or above (with or without formal qualification). What will you be doing?

Administrative Assistant

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS! The Liver Group Charity is a non-profit organisation that funds medical research for a group based in the UCL Medical School at the Royal Free Hospital.

We are a small charity and would really appreciate for individuals to help us raise funds and awareness to support our ongoing projects, e.g. the Bio-Artificial Liver.

We are looking for Social media assistants to work on an ongoing basis, with flexible hours, likely from home.

Social Media Assistant

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS! The Liver Group Charity is a non-profit organisation that funds medical research for a group based in the UCL Medical School at the Royal Free Hospital.

We are a small charity and would really appreciate for individuals to help us raise funds and awareness to support our ongoing projects, e.g. the Bio-Artificial Liver.

We are looking for Social media assistants to work on an ongoing basis, with flexible hours, likely from home.

Charity Fundriaser

CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS! The Liver Group Charity is a non-profit organisation that funds medical research for a group based in the UCL Medical School at the Royal Free Hospital.

We are a small charity and would really appreciate for individuals to help us raise funds and awareness to support our ongoing projects, e.g. the Bio-Artificial Liver.

We are looking for Charity Fundraisers to work on an ongoing basis, with flexible hours, likely from home.

Weekend Club Autism Support Volunteer

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Application deadline: 
Sunday, 25 November 2018

Keep a note in your diary for our upcoming training opportunities for our weekend club, supporting children and young adults with learning disabilities and/or autism. You’ll be supporting them to take part in fun and challenging activities like sports & games, arts & crafts, drama and outings into London!

Volunteer Mentor on Autism Employability Project

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Application deadline: 
Sunday, 25 November 2018

We are looking for some new volunteers to join in our Employment & Life Skills Project (ELSP) and help adults with learning disabilities and/or autism to access further education, work experience and visits to mainstream community opportunities.

Fundraising Administration Volunteer

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St John’s Hospice provides free care for over 3000 people and their families every year living with a long term illness in London. We aim to meet the medical, physical, social and emotional needs of our patients across a range of services. It costs around £5million to run all these services each year.

We are seeking volunteers to work alongside and support our Community Fundraising Team, with a passion to work hard and raise the funds needed to make a difference to the lives of our patients.

Volunteer Photographer

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We are looking for enthusiastic and reliable volunteers to photograph some of the Library’s event programme, as well as items from our collection as required.

Volunteer Book Reviewer

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We’re looking for committed and enthusiastic students (Masters or PhD level in a relevant discipline) to review new books on the Holocaust and genocide selected by the Library. All Volunteer Book Reviewers will attend an induction at the Library to learn about its history and our current work. Although this role can be completely remotely, Book Reviewers are encouraged to make use of the Reading Room and therefore will be made familiar with resources during the induction session. All articles will be proof read by a staff member before they are published online.

Wellbeing Volunteer

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Take a central role in our prevention strategy. As a Wellbeing 360 volunteer, you’ll make phone contact with people who have previously been clients of Age UK Islington - checking in to see how they are and entering details of the call into a specially designed computer app. The service plays an invaluable role in identifying people who might be lonely or living in difficult circumstances, and providing appropriate support as a result. With volunteers and clients saying how much they enjoy making and receiving these phone calls, this is a popular and growing team.

Partner Research Volunteer

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As part of our social prescribing strategy, volunteers will help to research organisations that we connect clients to - e.g. social activities, helping with housing issues, transport options. This will involve research on websites, speaking to people on the phone and updating information on forms to accurately reflect the information that we need to let clients make an informed choice as to the support that’s available.

Information & Advice Admin Volunteer

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Join our Information & Advice Team to help people find solutions to problems and to connect to the support that they need. The Information service is based at our contact centre and enables adults of all ages to phone or drop in to find ways of resolving problems or to explore opportunities to improve their day to day lives. You will welcome people to the contact centre and direct them accordingly. Booking appointments and sending reminders, responding to information requests and completing research tasks is also part of the role.

Volunteer Steward

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Bletchley Park, home of the code breakers, is credited with shortening World War 2 by two years breaking the Enigma code. Stewarding here means that you’re on the frontline interacting with our visitors, having exciting conversations about history and code breaking, looking out for our exhibits and protecting valuable collections. Don’t worry about the history – you don’t have to be a code breaker to work here! We’ll give you all the necessary training and support. Just have an enthusiasm for people, a friendly approach and interest in what happened here during WW 2.

Bridging Generations – Volunteering with older people

Application deadline: 
Friday, 30 November 2018

We would love to recruit some enthusiastic volunteers to make a difference to the lives of isolated older people at fitness, wellbeing and social sessions. Join the Community Programmes team as a vital volunteer for our older people’s sessions and help bring joy and friendship to the lives of some of the most isolated members of our community.

Saturday Feel Good Club – 11-2pm

Family Fitness and Fun – Arts, Crafts and Games on Sundays

Application deadline: 
Friday, 30 November 2018

Family Fitness and Fun Sundays volunteer

This session improves the health and wellbeing of children 5-10 years and their families through a range of activities including sports coaching, dance with Rambert (the world class contemporary dance company based on the Southbank), arts, crafts and games and activities for parents.

Forming the Future – Youth Night volunteer

Application deadline: 
Friday, 30 November 2018

We are looking for friendly, pro-active and engaging volunteers to support our weekly Youth Night. Make a difference to the often challenging lives of inner-city children and young people by providing opportunities to have fun, learn and be active members of their community.

Thursday Youth Night 4-6.30pm (8-12yrs), 6-9pm (12-19yrs)

Volunteer Research Assistant

Application deadline: 
Sunday, 30 September 2018

Our busy referrals team supports our social care services support disabled people across the UK. Our Volunteer Research Assistant will help us map the commissioning landscape across the UK and create a interactive map of their research. If you are interested in research and social care, and would like to make a difference, then please get in touch!

Volunteering Partnerships Admin Volunteer

Application deadline: 
Sunday, 30 September 2018

At Leonard Cheshire we support individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. Led by people with experience of disability, we are at the heart of local life — opening doors to opportunity, choice and support in communities around the globe.

We rely on our 6,500 volunteers to make the changes needed. We want to recruit a volunteer who will support our drive to increase corporate volunteering.

Outreach Community Facilitator

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Age UK Camden, Outreach Service are looking for friendly, organised people who are good at planning and have the confidence to facilitate small group activities and social gatherings for older people. These activities will usually be held at Supported Housing or Sheltered accommodation and are aimed at encouraging older people to engage and socialise in the places they live, using common space.

You will be able to commit to a regular slot/ activity.

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