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Legal Affairs Intern

The Afghanistan & Central Asian Association (ACAA) is a successful frontline Afghan charity set up in 2001 and is now providing an opportunity for a law student or graduate to take up a place in the charity working with refugees and migrants in the UK. The successful applicant will become the Legal Team Leader and be responsible for the running of the ACAA’s free bi-monthly legal clinic, alongside other volunteer tasks. This role would particularly suit a law graduate with an interest in family and immigration law.

Political Communications Intern

The Afghanistan & Central Asian Association (ACAA) is a successful frontline Afghan charity set up in 2001 and is now providing an opportunity for an international relations student or graduate to take up a place in the charity working with refugees and migrants in the UK.

Event Management Intern

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The Afghanistan & Central Asian Association (ACAA) is a successful frontline Afghan charity set up in 2001 and is now providing an opportunity for someone who would like to develop their organisation, communication and liaising skills, improve their knowledge and understanding of the NGO sector and gain first-hand experience of a grassroots charity via the role of Event Management Intern.

ESOL Teacher for Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers

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Application deadline: 
Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Teachers at CARAS are our largest volunteer team, delivering the service that is most in demand from our beneficiaries.

As an ESOL teacher, you will have the opportunity to plan and deliver sessions that are fun, engaging and relevant to the needs and experiences of the refugees and asylum seekers that we work with.

Learning Workshop for Young Refugees and Asylum Seekers Volunteer

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Application deadline: 
Tuesday, 31 July 2018

As an IT workshop volunteer you would be helping young people to feel welcome, join in with workshops and be a great role model. You, together with other volunteers, will be running workshops to suit the needs of young people.

IT workshops will take place every other Thursday, 4.30-6pm. As an IT workshop volunteer, you would be committing to attend sessions for minimum of six months.

Volunteer/Placement Student

We are looking for people with a wide range of skills, knowledge and experiences who are enthusiastic about improving the wellbeing of the community as a whole. You’ll gain valuable, hands-on, front-line experience, learn our way of working and have the opportunity to make a real difference in your community and the health and social care sector more broadly.

After School Club Volunteer

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Come and help children with disabilities participate in fun social activities at our after school clubs at Markfield.

Open Access volunteer

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Come and play!

Every Saturday the adventure playground at our community centre for disabled people hosts children and young people and their families to in a range of inclusive play opportunities, from zipping down the zip wire, making dens, trying out our cycle rickshaw (hard work) or toasting marshmallows on the bonfire. We need volunteers to help make sessions friendly, fun safe (eg we can only build a bonfire when we have enough adults to ensure its safety).

Online Mentor

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We want you to join our team of mentors and help young people thinking about university to develop their confidence, raise their aspirations and learn about university. You will help young people develop the knowledge and connections required to be able to make confident and informed decisions about their next steps. There is also loads of opportunity to develop your mentoring and communication skills and experience working directly with young people.

Fundraising Communications and Media

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We are seeking a talented and passionate individual who wants to build on their communications and marketing experience. The role will be assisting the Fundraising team with all comms-based support, including social media, newsletters, photography and website support. Opportunity for training and experience on a wealth of systems from Raiser’s Edge database, MS Packages (Word/Excel), to Google Analytics and AdWords to experience using website CMS platforms and advanced social media management.

Shop Volunteer (Finchley)

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There’s a great new opportunity for you to join our team at our Hospice Shop on Finchley Road!

We rely solely on volunteers to run our charity shops and they are vital to ensure supporters are cared for when donating items, customers receive excellent service and we generate maximum revenue for the Hospice. Each year we aim to fundraise £1.8million a year from voluntary donations alone, so with your help, we will be able to achieve this.

Our Shop volunteers will have varied responsibilities, including:

• Sorting and pricing donations

Classroom Assistant Volunteer

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Do you want to help empower marginalised women?

JAN Trust is a multi-award winning not-for-profit organisation that has been established for nearly three decades. Our aim is to empower and provide leadership for disadvantaged women.

We are seeking an enthusiastic, pro-active, honest and committed individual to join our small team in London as a volunteer for our English classes. You must have a keen interest and experience in working with ethnic minority and Muslim women’s empowerment and be passionate about our ethos and work.

Volunteer Sales Assistant

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Our charity shop volunteers play a crucial role in all of our charity shops and make a significant contribution towards their success.

We are always looking for enthusiastic and reliable volunteers who can commit to volunteering in our shops for a minimum of four hours per week for at least three months.

The role is varied and can include sorting stock, operating tills and handling cash, working on the shop floor and dealing with customers.

Youth Work Volunteer

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Are you passionate about working with young people and helping provide opportunities for their development? Are you passionate about creative or digital media (e.g. filmmaking, photography, music production, art & design, web design, video game design)?

We need fun, dynamic and enthusiastic people to commit to volunteering at least one evening a month to work with our group of young people aged 7-21.

Communications and Admin Assistant Volunteer

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Healthwatch Central West London is an independent charity and membership organisation working to ensure local people’s voices count when it comes to shaping and improving local health and care services.

We work across three London boroughs: the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and the City of Westminster.

We are currently looking for a communication assistant volunteer who could support our communications activities.

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Ambassador

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Application deadline: 
Wednesday, 24 October 2018

As an Ambassador, you would be in charge of organising publicity events that increase the awareness of our service on your campus. These events can be anything from organising more posters around campus, to petitioning for staff members to have our number in their email signatures, to running stalls at fairs, and getting societies involved – the list is endless! If you would like to work with both the Nightline team and your own university services to promote student welfare, joining our team could be the perfect way to do this!

Peggy Jay - Drop-in centre supervisor

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We are looking for a group of 10 volunteers to run our Peggy Jay Drop In centre and booked parties at the weekends. People with a current DBS is beneficial (otherwise we will do the checks for you) and experience with young children. We are currently expanding our activity slots so experience leading workshops/activities will also help. You will be the face of the centre, taking cash and card payments on arrival, making refreshments and tidying up when the centre closes.

Groups volunteer

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Our stroke survivors groups are looking for volunteers to support them achieve their goals! From supporting our exercise classes and facilitating peer support to running activities and accompanying on group outings, our project offers many opportunities to gain skills in community work whilst providing invaluable support to people in need. You will join one of our weekly groups in Hackney and work together with stroke survivors alongside our staff and volunteers to help them achieve better health and well-being. Training provided.

Workshop volunteer or Local Lead

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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.

Evaluation Volunteer

Are you passionate about learning and nature? Our Learning Programmes enable children to explore the curriculum in the beautiful outdoor setting of Hampstead Heath, Epping Forest and West Ham Park. Our Learning Team has developed a tool kit to evaluate and monitor children’s experiences. We are looking for an enthusiastic volunteer to put this tool kit into action.

Young Carers’ Volunteer Activity Worker

Volunteer with Family Action; Islington and Camden Young Carers’ Service and help support Young Carers emotional health and wellbeing.

Young Carers are a particularly vulnerable population and some challenges they can face include increased isolation from peers, increased risk for depression and anxiety and lack of time to engage in fun and pro-social activities in the community.

Young Carers’ Volunteer Mentor

Volunteer with Family Action; Islington and Camden Young Carers’ Service and help support Young Carers emotional health and wellbeing.

Young Carers are a particularly vulnerable population and some challenges they can face include increased isolation from peers, increased risk for depression and anxiety and lack of time to engage in fun and pro-social activities in the community.

Musical volunteer

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Do you play a musical instrument or sing? Would you like to play to patients regularly? The Royal Free Charity, which works across three hospitals to make every patient’s experience the best it can be, is looking for musical volunteers to play regularly on the wards as part of its new Arts in Hospitals programme. As part of Arts in Hospitals you will play a role in improving patient experience, health and wellbeing, and providing a welcome distraction to visiting friends and family.

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