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Stroke Champions Programme Outreach Volunteer

The Stroke Champions Program is a befriending service for stroke survivors in which volunteers go spend one-to-one time with these individuals in their homes or outdoor places such as coffee shops, parks, etc. The purpose is to build this vulnerable population’s confidence to become an active member in their community. Responsibilites may include, but are not limited to one-to-one visits, being an ambassador to Islinton Stroke Service, Manor Gardens and basic administrative tasks.

Visitor Engagement Volunteer


The Charterhouse is recruiting Visitor Engagement Volunteers for its new museum opening in January!

Do you enjoy engaging with members of the public and making everybody feel welcome? In partnership with the Museum of London, we are opening to the public for the first time in our 660-year history with a brand-new museum, a learning centre and a newly-landscaped Charterhouse Square.

Bucket Donation Collector


We are a very small international development charity founded by a member UCL alumni. We specialise in construction aid for communities affected by natural disasters around the world and have completed a number of projects in Sri Lanka, Haiti, Nepal and the Philippines. We are currently fundraising and researching for more projects in the Philippines, especially orphanages and other welfare buildings.

Advice & Assessment Welcome Volunteer


The Cardinal Hume Centre enables people to gain the skills they need to overcome poverty and homelessness. We help homeless young people, families in need and local people to realise their full potential. We are looking for someone to be part of the main assessment and welcoming point to clients coming to the Centre.

Branch Organisers

Founded by students, SSSK seeks to change the lives of street children around the world.

You can help, as we are looking for a small team to set up a branch at UCL, with a variety of roles.

These include a Chair/President, Secretary (to co-ordinate admin), Treasurer (to keep records of any monies raised or spent), Events Organisers (for fund raising and awareness raising), with Advocacy, Publicity, and Social Media leaders. You will be supported by SSSK Trustees, but are free to develop the branch in your own ways, within an appropriate ethical frame.

Information & Advice Team


Age UK Camden is an independent voluntary organisation working to enhance the quality of life for older people living in the borough.

Our clients are the focus of our services, some are potentially vulnerable and many have high support needs. We aim for inclusive volunteering but the needs and best interests of our clients will inform our volunteering decisions.

Good quality Information and Advice is vital for Camden’s older people.Volunteers can support this service in lots of ways;

Volunteer Communications and Fundraising Assistant


Age UK Camden provides a wide range of services, including information, advice and activities to help older people get the most out of life.

This role will support the Communication Manager and the Community Partnerships and Fundraising officer.

The House Mill Volunteer


House Mill is the largest tidal mill in the world!

The mill dates back to 1776. It is a Grade I listed building, sited on Three Mills Island; a conservation area, it is just south of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and enjoys excellent transport links. We’re only a short walk from Bromley-by-Bow; 20 minutes by tube from Euston Square!

House Mill is open to the public for guided tours every Sunday, and also throughout the year holds events, education, exhibitions, weddings, music nights and gin tastings.

Aston-Mansfield Fundraiser


We need volunteers to help us Fundraise towards all the community projects that we deliver and support. All you need is energy, drive and a passion for Aston-Mansfield. Whether you have your own idea or want us to help you find one. You can make a difference to our community!!

Aston Mansfield Events Volunteer


We’re looking for people who can be the face of the charity in our communities. We encourage you to join us as an events volunteer where you’ll play a vital role in raising awareness about our work. Your role will be to help us with fundraising activities and community events, representing Aston-Mansfield in the local area, helping to engage people with our work building stronger communities. Whether you can do one-off events or regularly attend we need your help. Events include Stalls at our Community Libraries, University Fairs, Fundraising Events ad much more.

Tech Buddy


Do you think you could be a Tech Buddy and help an older person get online and learn all the amazing things technology has to offer? Maybe you’ve helped your parents or grandparents with online shopping, using their smartphone or setting up a Facebook page. Or you just think it’s really important to get older people online. If so, we want to hear from you.

You’ll meet some great people, gain lots experience of community work in a buzzing and diverse centre, and receive bags of gratitude (and tea and biscuits!) from us!

Saturday School Volunteer

ACS is a non-profit organisation that provides inclusive services to local adults, children and families living on low incomes, supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds’ to achieve and develop new skills in the community. We run services from Monday to Saturday weekly. We are seeking volunteers to help, engaging and supporting children, adults and families in various activities. If you have a skill or talent to share, individually or in a group, we would love to hear from you.

Inspire young minds


Are you trained in Self-Defense? Can you teach someone else to use a sewing machine? Do you feel you could help someone else write a CV?

We need your skills, talents and passion!

You could be offering a practical workshop on how to fix a bike, you could deliver a talk about how to get your first job, it could be a show and tell session. Whatever you think you are able to offer - we are interested in hearing from you.

Community Involvement Research Volunteer


We are looking for Self-Starter graduates with high level of research skills.

CIU staff will are looking for volunteers with skills in storytelling, updating existing pieces of work and scientific based research methods.

We’re looking for someone who will be able to work in a team and with other people. Experience working with Mailchimp is desirable.


Do you find people fascinating? Do you like hearing people’s stories and having a good chat? We are looking for people to befriend older people in Islington or people who have survived a stroke.

It’s a great opportunity to improve your communication skills and learn more about other people’s histories. If you are interested in a career in social work or caring services this is also a great opportunity to learn more practical skills.

Community Research Volunteer


Opening Doors London is the LGBTQ+ organisation for people aged over 50 working under the Age UK Camden umbrella. We are recruiting a cohort of Volunteer Community Researchers who will support our mission to become an evidence based organisation. We are looking for LGBTQ+ aware people of all ages to help support our operations team and our team of external evaluators who are undertaking a year-long study to assess the effectiveness of our charity. We need support collecting information from stakeholders and broader LGBTQ+ communities.

Livestock Volunteer


Surrey Docks Farm is a working farm that rears a range of livestock to demonstrate where our food comes from. Produce from the animals, including meat and eggs is sold through the farm shop when available.

Livestock volunteers (aged 14 +) assist with all aspects of animal care. Daily duties include helping with feeding, mucking out enclosures, sweeping the yard and paths, collecting eggs, exercising and putting the animals away at night.

Education Volunteer


Surrey Docks Farm is a lively working farm on the river Thames. We are looking for volunteers to support the delivery of our weekend youth clubs. This is a great opportunity for those considering careers in teaching, youth work or environmental education. Join our team and find a bit of countryside right in the centre of the city!

Employment Support Advisor


Causeway Irish Housing Association are looking for a volunteer to Support the Lifeskills Project. You will be linking people in with employment and training opportunities, by helping them to write CV?s, complete job applications and enrol on courses. The ideal applicant would have an interest in Social Housing and working with young people and/or from refugee backgrounds.

ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Homework Club Volunteer

Do you want to work with young refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants?

Come to the Homework Club at Hackney Community College !

You can help 14-19 year old students with:

* Basic English and Maths homework

* Speaking skills

* Fun activities

* Self confidence

The club runs every Friday 2-3.30pm. Training is provided, no qualifications necessary.

Gain some valuable experience and have some fun with a diverse group of lively young adults!

Assistant Coaches (ACs)


Do you want to do something exciting and rewarding?

Want to be inspired?

Interested in working with young people?

Youth Charity Envision are looking for volunteer Assistant Coaches to empower 16-17 year-olds from inner-city London.

* 2-hours a week (September-April) mentoring with young people

* Flexible around work/study & your location

* Receive training and on-going support

* Develop your facilitation and mentoring skills

Customer Service Assistant - Various Locations


The customers and service users are at the heart of everything we do. And the one time they’re most likely to engage face-to-face with Sue Ryder is when chatting at the tills, or asking for help on the shop floor. That means, if you become a Customer Assistant, you’ll be right at the heart of our in store customer experience. You need to be friendly, approachable, and a great listener who’s always willing to help. Minimum of 4 hours a week is recommended for this role. Get in touch today to find out more!

Gallery Steward


Two Temple Place is a spectacular neo-gothic mansion on London’s Victoria Embankment, owned and run by The Bulldog Trust. The building is transformed into an exhibition venue for three months each year and we rely on our fantastic team of friendly and dedicated volunteers to make our exhibitions a success.

Our sixth exhibition, focusing on Sussex Modernism, is in partnership with Culture East Sussex and opens to the public on January 28th until April 23rd 2017 and will be free of charge.

Collection Tin Coordinator


As a charity, the Stroke Association? s work relies heavily on the generosity of our supporters and volunteers in order to raise funds and talk about the great services we provide to the community. By placing collection tins in the local area you increasing awareness the charity whilst raising much needed funds for the work that we do. This is a great opportunity to add some community engagement to your CV by volunteering a few hours a month throughout the year.