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Opportunity: Unit Helper

GirlGuiding UK, as part of a worldwide movement, enables girls and young women to fulfill their potential to take an active and responsible role in society through its distinctive, stimulating and enjoyable programme of activities delivered by trained volunteers.

As a Unit Helper you will assist the Guider in the running of the unit. You will work with small groups of young people, helping to provide a safe environment for the girls and others working in the unit. You will also help in the preparation of unit records and financial records.

Opportunity: Afterschool & Homework Clubs Volunteer

Our slogan is ‘Unity in Diversity’ that reflects the incredible range of ethnicity, language and culture of our members.
A time bank is a way for people to share skills with others in their local community and be rewarded for it; in time. For every hour of time you give providing a service for another participant, you receive one credit.
As a time bank member you give a few hours of your spare time when you want to, doing the things you enjoy. You receive the opportunity to get some help for yourself, if you need it. The satisfaction of making the quality of life better for someone else.
You can earn time credits by providing a service for another member or alternatively you can attend workshops and spend time credits for participating. You can also earn time credits if you would like to run your own workshop for the community,
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteer assistants for two homework clubs run by a local Time Bank from 4 - 7 pm on Wednesdays and Fridays during school term-time at a nearby small community centre on the Regents Park Estate.

Opportunity: Primary School Activities Volunteer

Volunteering at UP aims to provide children with emotional and behavioural difficulties access to a positive, supportive adult role model. Volunteers help children to identify their skills and talents and give them a chance to reach their potential. Volunteers offer children new experiences and a chance for them to have fun!

Opportunity: Teaching volunteer

To support and mentor children ages from 6 to 16 years old with their English and Maths, homework, their reading skills, and help them gain self-confidence to improve their future prospects.

The programme aims to raise the aspirations of young people and adult learning in the community by providing them with the opportunity to learn and broaden their knowledge by providing one-to-one support for a child, adult and families.