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Trusts Officer


Stoll is both a housing association and a charity and for almost 100 years, we have provided homes and support services for vulnerable Veterans (ex-Armed Forces personnel). We have four housing schemes in London and our office is based at our largest scheme, Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions, in the Fulham Road Apart from providing housing, we also provide support services, to ensure that Veterans are equipped to live independently.

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.



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:

Office 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.

Independent Living Volunteer


Are you looking for an opportunity to gain valuable experience in supporting people with disabilities’ Would you like to help our students increase their confidence to live independently? Independent Living is one of most popular classes. We cover topics such as learning about the local area, how to travel safely around London, health, money, and managing personal relationships. Our students in life skills welcome volunteers into their lessons with open arms, and we can guarantee you’ll get a real buzz from doing such a rewarding role.

Online Enquiry Assistant Volunteer

Application deadline: 
Wednesday, 16 October 2019

As an online enquiry assistant, you will spend your time responding to emails and online enquiries sent to our Autism Helpline. You may also be signposting to or recording feedback for users to support our advice teams within our charity.

Opportunity: Volunteer

Assist in the running of the daily programme of activities at the Headway House.

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: Care Support 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; 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 Care Support Volunteers provide companionship and social support to our guests and also provide basic care.

Opportunity: Music Volunteer

To support student engagement in our music classes.

Kith & Kids Club Volunteer


Have a spare weekend or two?

We need volunteers to support children & adults with disabilities to get involved in sports, music, art, drama and more on our fun weekend clubs in North London

No experience needed just enthusiasm and energy!

Male volunteers especially welcome

You’ll receive training & loads of support.

Skills for Work Advisor

Are you passionate about making the labour market fair for all? Would you like to help prevent exploitation in the workplace? Are you a Spanish and English speaker? If yes, then, this volunteer role might be for you!

Health Workshop Leader (culture, arts & wellness)

Do you have a good level of Spanish or Portuguese 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!

Care Support Volunteer


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!

Our Care Support Volunteers provide companionship and basic care to our guests. You will receive training on arrival and after two weeks you can choose to be trained in higher levels of care.

Social Buddy


Do you want to do something great for your community, whilst having an amazing time? We are looking for volunteers to support adults with learning disabilities and autism to Go Anywhere, and Do Anything during the evenings and at weekends!

Having a learning disability or autism means that people find it harder to learn new things, communicate, manage money, read, or write. People with learning disabilities want to have the same life experience as everyone else, including being able to do things that makes life more enjoyable and meaningful.

Opportunity: Facilities Assistant Volunteer

Help the Facilities team at our head office in Highbury, ensuring that visitors receive a friendly welcome at reception and helping to maintain facilities throughout the building. This is a varied role and would suit someone who can adapt to variable workloads.

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: Weekday Events Volunteer

We organise a series of events for Visually Impaired (V.I.) adults that take place during weekdays. Most events last for three to four hours and take place at a variety of locations across London. Events can be regular (e.g. weekly yoga classes) or one off (e.g. audio tour of the British Museum).

When an event is arranged, we contact our volunteers and they let us know if they are available, so this would suit people that have flexible schedules.

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: 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!

Reach Out Volunteer Support


A Reach Out Volunteer plays and integral part of the work of Resources for Autism. You will be there to support families around their adult or child with autism, giving them a welcome break, helping with activities and helping the person to gain if possible some level of independence. You could be a listening ear to a mum or dad or a friend to the person with autism who may face isolation. If you are hard working willing to make a difference then this opportunity is for you. You will develop new skills and attitude and be able to get a better insight of someone living with autism.

Weekend Club Autism Support Volunteer


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. Training starts on Sun 5th Nov.