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Data Analyst Volunteer

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Could you help a health charity interpret its massive data to something readable for decision-making purpose?

Africa Health Organisation (AHO) is an international health agency providing health and social care in Africa. Its main activities are disease prevention, treatment and medical research.

AHO is looking for dedicated volunteers to carry out data analysis and translation. The analysis will concentrate on millions of data on health and social indicators.

IntoUniversity Student Mentor

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The IntoUniversity Mentoring Scheme pairs university student mentors with young people aged 10-17 from some of London’s most disadvantaged areas, providing them with tailored one-to-one support to boost their aspirations and achieve their full potential.

What does it involve?

➢ Receive initial training and ongoing support.

➢ Work one-to-one with an IntoUniversity student for one hour at least twice a month.

Event Planning and Marketing Volunteer

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Tuesday, 1 January 2019

We need a proactive individual who can help our Charity organise and promote a sell-out classical music concert at St Johns Smith Square in London. Help us raise money to support homeless young people, badly housed families, refugees, asylum seekers and migrants, helping them to obtain employment and break out of the cycle of homelessness and exclusion.

English Teacher (one-to-one)

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!

English Group Teacher

Are you passionate about sharing your knowledge of the English language with newly settled communities in London? Do you have a TELF/CELTA qualification or are studying to achieve one? If yes, then, this volunteer role might be for you!

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!

Social Media Volunteer

Do you have an advanced level of Spanish or Portuguese and English, a passion for social media 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!

Event Speaker Volunteer

If you are looking for experience in public speaking, have great links to your local community and care about our cause, keep on reading!

Action on Hearing Loss is a charity that works to create a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value and look after their hearing.

Regional Fundraising Volunteer

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Do you enjoy running events and have experience of planning and promotion? Are you enthusiastic and proactive?

Use your organisational skills to help us plan and run fundraising events in your area.

This is an exciting new opportunity to be part of the charity’s fundraising team in London! We need your help with the delivery and promotion of our busy programme of fundraising events and activities around the capital, such as Walk for Parkinson’s, ladies lunch, white water rafting and others.

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.

Young Adult Carers Volunteer

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Become a champion for Young Adult Carers – these are 18 - 25 years old who are unpaid carers for friends, family members or neighbours. Help deliver support to Young Adult Carers by providing mentoring calls e.g. to those looking to get into employment or training, to check how they are and help to follow-up on their support plan; update case records. Help us to maintain an up to date directory of partner voluntary organisations: call them to check their contact details and the services that they provide.

World Stories Contributor

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Stories from around the world in one website. Free for all that want to enjoy cultural stories from the 15 languages that are most spoken in the UK.

Help write creative stories, make sure our written stories are high quality, and help children that have English as a second language by translating into any languages you are proficient in.

Winter Exhibition Shop Volunteer

Application deadline: 
Thursday, 31 January 2019

Everyone loves an exhibition souvenir don’t they? Our Winter Exhibition Shop Volunteers offer this vital service for all visitors to Osterley House. They love telling the stories of the special pieces and how they link to the exhibition.

Study Support Volunteer

Share your knowledge and study skills with local young people and help them improve their future chances. West Euston Partnership has set up after-school study support sessions with secondary schools in Camden to provide support and guidance ahead of this year’s GCSE exams. In this role you will develop your tutoring ability and communication skills, and provide vital encouragement to local school children ahead of their exams.

Media Officer

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Media Officers will join the Media Team and contribute to the drafting of the posts on different Social Media Platforms, the photographing, recording and editing of videos during the DIY workshops (funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering) as well as different festivals.

No strong experience required in this field, motivation and willingness to learn are key.

Farm Volunteer

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We welcome people from all walks of life to help out with our busy programme of activities. Volunteers of all ages and abilities work alongside farm staff in a variety of roles, both on a regular basis or at one-off events, such as our seasonal farm festivals. There are opportunities for young people to help with animal care activities through the Young Farmers Club and our Work Experience programme. Adults with equine skills to share can also support staff in our programme of riding activities.

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

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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.

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