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Online Skills Trainer


Would you like to help people with sight loss explore the options of getting online? Could you share your knowledge and enthusiasm to help people engage with technology? You will show people how to use a computer, tablet or smart phone to get online, deliver group training and demonstrations and visit people in their home to help them with basic online skills.

Summer Holidays Volunteer Helper

Help with our residental holidays for people with learning disabilities run entirely by volunteers! Have the oppportunity to act as a carer to an allocated guest providing them with 1 to 1 support and engage them in activities. Our guest have varying levels of needs, but one thing in common, your commitment to their holiday– it is a very special thing. They look forward to the holidays all year and often volunteers have as good a time as they do!

Events Volunteer for people with sight loss

Do you want to help people? Do you have a few hours to spare each month to support blind and partially sighted people in London?

Become an events volunteer for TPT and join us on a range of interesting and unique activities adapted for visually impaired people. Volunteers are needed to meet, guide, audio describe and participate in activities such as touch tours of museums, audio-described performances, walks, sports and much more. Activities take place across London but mainly in East, South East and Central.

Care Support Volunteer


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Revitalise is a national charity that provides respite holidays for disabled people and carers. Our guests always tell us that a big part of what makes their holiday so special are the volunteers!

Events Master Volunteer

Are you looking for a volunteering opportunity that adds real value to your c.v? Would an accreditation in events management be of interest to you? Do you want to make a real impact on the lives of people who are deaf, have a hearing loss or tinnitus’ Then read on…

Local Fundraising Group Event Coordinator

Are you confident and organised with the talent and skills to help oversee and co-ordinate activities and events’ We need a good team player who will be an integral part of a friendly and vibrant team of people, full of ideas to ensure the success of community fundraising events to help us support blind and partially sighted children and adults.

Volunteer Mentor


Sova supports more than 8,000 people and is currently recruiting motivated and open-minded individuals across London and Greater London to provide a range of services including:

· Mentoring offenders

· Drug and alcohol support

· Helping people back into training and work

· Supporting children, young people and families

· Helping people improve their skills

· Reducing the risk of homelessness

· Independent visitor support for children in care

Information Hub Volunteer


If you have a great combination of interpersonal and organisational skills, we need you to be part of our Friday morning team!

Workshop volunteer or Local Lead


Eye Heroes is the UK’s first child-led campaign to fight avoidable blindness. Children are trained through volunteer-led interactive workshops to become eye health champions and inform adults in their communities about eye health and the benefits of regular eye tests. We are looking for volunteers to conduct one-hour workshops with children aged 8 – 12 years old in schools and after-school clubs.

Fundraising Grant Application Writer

Do you have an excellent level of written English and a genuine interest in supporting a small, almost entirely volunteer-run charity that provides services to newly settled communities in the capital? Then this volunteer role might be for you!

Outreach Support Volunteer (OSV)


Betknowmore UK is a gambling support service based in Islington. We provide 1:1 outreach and counselling support, workshops and community information and awareness campaigns addressing problem gambling and addiction.

Volunteers are required to help support our outreach services and community events. For suitable candidates, there may also be the opportunity to provide 1:1 mentoring/befriending to clients presenting with gambling issues. Volunteers would receive full support and training.

Befriending Volunteer

Help your local community by Befriending older people in their homes. These people are often housebound and because of this have become lonely and isolated from society. This will involve telephoning and visiting someone in their home or supporting them to get out of the house. The person you visit may have a physical impairment; dementia; or mental health difficulties. This is something you can do weekdays, weekends, or evenings.

Link Up Volunteer

Link Up is a London-based service intended to enable people with sight loss to attend events and activities - such as going to the theatre, concerts, arts classes, sporting events, etc. - with the support of a volunteer.

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


With your ability to support people with complex needs, including autism, you will discover that supporting a child or young person on the Tower Hamlets Buddy Scheme a deeply rewarding and life enriching experience.

As a Tower Hamlets Buddy, you will make a real difference to children and young people’s lives, whether it’s nurturing small achievements, creating new connections or triggering life changing moments.



Looking for a rewarding, vibrant, unique experience?

Volunteer and work alongside our members with an acquired brain injury - caused by stroke, assault, car accident, tumour or illness such as meningitis.

What does volunteering involve?

- Supporting members with activities such as:

Discussion Groups, Art projects, Kitchen Activities, Gardening, Exercise Therapy, Music and Outings

- Be a listening ear and give members the opportunity to express themselves.

What skills do I need?

Association Visitor

Association Visitor

The role of Association Visitor is a highly rewarding one with many opportunities for developing your own skills and knowledge, whilst being part of a team. Professional qualifications or personal experience of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) are not necessary; however, empathy with people affected by MND is essential.

Main Purpose of the Role:

Session Meet & Greet / Reception Volunteer


Working as a session meet & greet volunteer for Wheels for Wellbeing, an inclusive cycling charity, is a great way to support people with disabilities who come to our inclusive cycling sessions.

As a volunteer you’ll have a chance to assist them with registration, make them feel welcome and important. You’ll also have a chance to boost your customer service and online database skills as well as experience work with people from different backgrounds.

Project Development and Marketing


Choice International is a UK based not for profit international development organisation, promoting CSR, Diversity and Inclusion in the UK and overseas.

Choice was founded through its passion for equality, diversity, disability sports, fitness and social inclusion. Choice believes there is a great need for promoting equality in sports and has identified sports as an effective tool for promoting diversity and inclusion and addressing inequality in society.

Administrative Assistant

Do you want to make a difference? FCV Dorcas exits to assist and befriend older or disabled adults living in the Central and South areas of Islington. As an FCV Dorcas Volunteer you can play an essential role in the supporting our work with isolated, elderly individuals.

We are looking for a volunteer Administrative Assistant to help us with general office administration and admin tasks eg updating the database, contacting clients and volunteers to request information, maintain our client and volunteer records.

Social Volunteer


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Please use this space to sell your role to our students – use no more than 100 words and summarise the role in the context of your organisation.

Feel free to check out our ad guidance.

Revitalise is a national charity that provides respite holidays for disabled people and carers. Our guests always tell us that a big part of what makes their holiday so special are the volunteers!

Admin Volunteer, Digital Inclusion Team

Interested in gaining administrative skills while also helping to bridge the digital skills gap? The Digital Inclusion programme supports disabled people to access the digital world. We are looking for a volunteer to provide administrative support to the programme’s central team. If you are reliable, organised and are confident with word and excel please get in touch. Tasks include writing up case studies, updating databases and promoting the programme internally in the organisation.

Local Fundraising Group Volunteer

Do you want to be part of a of a friendly and vibrant team, full of ideas and working together to help us support blind and partially sighted children and adults’

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join a Fundraising Group in your local area to raise awareness and help organise fundraising activities.

What will I gain from the role?

* Opportunity to work as part of a team organising a wide variety of events.

* Personal satisfaction from helping blind and partially sighted people.

* Learning new skills.

Volunteer Coach


Do you want to have fun and get active?

KEEN London needs volunteer one-to-one coaches to support children with disabilities (our athletes) at free sports and games sessions in North, South and East London.

Volunteers are required to support our athletes in accessing all of the fun and games at sessions, providing motivation and giving lots of praise and encouragement.

You do not need any specialist skills or experience, but will need lots of enthusiasm and energy, as well as good communication and team-working abilities.