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Opportunity: Social Buddy

You’ll be helping your buddy to reach the life goal they’ve set themselves, such as using money, doing something new, being more active, letting their hair down, staying out late, using their mobile phone, pursuing an interest or making a new friend.


Opportunity: English Group Teacher

Provide our users with the English skills they need, in order to achieve their goals.


Opportunity: Social Volunteer

Revitalise is a national charity that has been providing respite holidays for disabled people and carers for over 50 years. We have three Revitalise centres, one in Chigwell in Essex, Southampton and Southport, each providing a wide range of accessible activities, excursions and entertainment.

We are very lucky to have dedicated volunteers, who provide companionship and support to our guests, ensuring they have a truly unforgettable holiday and we would love you to join them. Our volunteers form a crucial part of the Revitalise team and our guests always tell us that a big part of what makes their holiday so special are the volunteers.

Our Social Volunteers provide companionship and social support to our guests. Friendly, enthusiastic volunteers, create the holiday atmosphere just by being there!


Opportunity: Skills for Work Advisor

Help our service users to resolve workplace problems.


Opportunity: Digital Skills Volunteer

Some of our students have a learning disability; some may have physical disabilities, ill mental health or autism. We focus on what people can do, rather than what they cannot. The aim of this role is to help students to improve their digital skills and confidence with technology.


Opportunity: Communication Support Volunteer

The volunteer role is to offer supported communication to enable people with acquired communication disability to interact and contribute to group conversation. It can also involve supporting peer leaders facilitating group conversation and indeed offering welcome and inclusion of new members.


Opportunity: Carers Champion

Carers Champions research and build up knowledge of the support available for carers in their local area and work directly with carers to identify what issues they face.


Opportunity: Music Volunteer

To support student engagement in our music classes.


Opportunity: Spectrum Link

To provide a befriending service for children in the Camden area who have mental and physical disabilities and to provide them with opportunities that they may otherwise not have access to. This also enables parents to have a small amount of respite, so it is for the benefit of the children, parents, and you as volunteers!


Opportunity: English Teacher (one-to-one)

To improve the English language knowledge of LADPP volunteers to improve their prospects of employment and integration in the UK.


Opportunity: Children's & Young People's Buddy, Tower Hamlets

Sense is running an exciting and innovative new volunteer led buddying service in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, providing 1 to 1 and/or group buddying to children and young people with disabilities. Children and young people will be supported by volunteers to access services and activities in the area that they are interested in, this could vary from play to learning to climb, to concerts or sports. Volunteers will be supported by a service coordinator and buddying assistants.


Opportunity: Social Media Volunteer

To implement and develop LADPP*s social media strategy, in order to increase the charity*s profile and share useful information with our community.


Opportunity: Horticulture Volunteer

We provide training, personal development and educational opportunities to disabled people and those facing health-related barriers to employment, so that they can progress towards their individual goals for life, participation in the community and employment.


Opportunity: My Community Volunteer

The project will help people improve their travel, monetary, social and digital skills. We are expecting people to be happier and will have had their lives improved by the project. They’ll feel more linked in with their friends and community outside of Share hours.


Opportunity: Workshop volunteer or Local Lead

Volunteers would conduct fun and engaging one-hour workshops to train children on eye care and eye health and help them be change agents as Eye Heroes for eye health with adults in their social circles.

Volunteers have the option to become a Local Lead for Eye Heroes if there isn*t one in the area. Local Leads are our main point of contact for coordinating and communicating future workshops in a specific region. Volunteers who choose to be Local Leads will contact schools, recruit more volunteers for the workshops, and promote Eye Heroes with the local community and local partners.

The volunteer will lead the workshop using the toolkit and resources provided by Eye Heroes. The volunteer will interact and engage with the children using games, videos, role play and interactive activities. The teachers are expected to be in the classroom to provide supervision. The Lead volunteer would coordinate with the school on the logistics planning for the workshop.


Opportunity: Reach Out Volunteer Support

To support families with a child or adult with Autism


Opportunity: Trusts Officer

To assist the Trusts Manager in raising income for Stoll’s support services


Opportunity: Fundraising Grant Application Writer

To support us in our funding application processes to be able to pay running costs of the organisation and volunteer expenses to continue delivering our services free of charge to the community.


Opportunity: Arts and Crafts Volunteer

Within this role you will be working closely with our students on a range of different activities such as sewing, painting, designing t-shirts, making greeting cards, jewellery and much much more. The work focuses on developing student’s skills and attention to detail, as well as acting a therapeutic space.


Opportunity: Association Visitor

Association Visitors act as the main contact for people living with MND (this includes the person with MND, their family and carer) on behalf of the Association. They keep in regular contact offering confidential emotional support, and accurate information to enable people with MND to make informed choices.


Opportunity: Independent Living Volunteer

To increase our students confidence in order to support them to live independently.