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Outreach Support Volunteer (OSV)


Betknowmore UK is a gambling support service based in Islington. We provide 1:1 outreach and counselling support, workshops and community information and awareness campaigns addressing problem gambling and addiction.

Volunteers are required to help support our outreach services and community events. For suitable candidates, there may also be the opportunity to provide 1:1 mentoring/befriending to clients presenting with gambling issues. Volunteers would receive full support and training.

Workshop volunteer or Local Lead


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.

Residential Camp - Volunteers


Are you interested in helping at residential activity camps for children and teenagers living with serious health challenges’ We offer them and their families a week of experiences that are memorable, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound and we need a superb group of volunteers to make the magic happen. We have a variety of exciting camp roles available. These include: Activity Leader, Team Mate, Camp Recorder (Photographer), Safeguarding Officer & Clinical Volunteer.

Events Organiser

Motor neurone disease (MND) is a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord. This means messages gradually stop reaching muscles, which leads to weakness and wasting. We have volunteers that carry out a range of different activities and we are currently looking for volunteers to plan and organise their own awareness raising and fundraising events. If you want to develop your project management skills, have good organisational skills and like meeting people then volunteering as an Events Organiser could be for you.

Facilities Assistant Volunteer

Help the Facilities team at the Action on Hearing Loss head office, 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!

Music Volunteer


We run a Music group for adults with disabilities. If you have a musical background or an interest in music, and would like to support our students for a few hours a week, we’d love to hear from you!

Opportunity: Workshop volunteer or Local Lead

Volunteers would conduct fun and engaging one-hour workshops to train children on eye care and eye health and help them be change agents as Eye Heroes for eye health with adults in their social circles.

Volunteers have the option to become a Local Lead for Eye Heroes if there isn*t one in the area. Local Leads are our main point of contact for coordinating and communicating future workshops in a specific region. Volunteers who choose to be Local Leads will contact schools, recruit more volunteers for the workshops, and promote Eye Heroes with the local community and local partners.

The volunteer will lead the workshop using the toolkit and resources provided by Eye Heroes. The volunteer will interact and engage with the children using games, videos, role play and interactive activities. The teachers are expected to be in the classroom to provide supervision. The Lead volunteer would coordinate with the school on the logistics planning for the workshop.

Opportunity: Skills for Work Advisor

Help our service users to resolve workplace problems.

Opportunity: Social 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, one 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 Social Volunteers provide companionship and social support to our guests. Friendly, enthusiastic volunteers, create the holiday atmosphere just by being there!

Opportunity: Social Buddy

You’ll be helping your buddy to reach the life goal they’ve set themselves, such as using money, doing something new, being more active, letting their hair down, staying out late, using their mobile phone, pursuing an interest or making a new friend.

Session Cycling Volunteer


Working as a session cycling volunteer for Wheels for Wellbeing, an inclusive cycling charity, is a great way to support people with disabilities who come to our inclusive cycling sessions.

As a volunteer you’ll have a chance to see the whole fleet of our adopted cycles for people with different disabilities. You’ll learn basic bike mechanics and adapting bikes for different needs. You’ll also be able to interact with people from different backgrounds and work in a vibrant environment of avid cyclists.

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!

Employment Support Volunteer


Do you have experience of the world of work? Would you like to help disabled people launch their careers’ Join our team as an Employment Support Volunteer and support with CV writing, confidence building and employer engagement

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.

Volunteer Researcher and Project Assistant

Application deadline: 
Friday, 1 November 2019

Leonard Cheshire Disability would love a Researcher and Project Assistant Volunteer to help improve the services they offer, including the implementation of their active support project. This opportunity would be perfect for those studying Psychology or Applied Behaviour Analysis, and will allow you to refine your data analysis and research skills.

Kings College Hospital Motor Neurone Disease Clinic Volunteer

Motor neurone disease (MND) is a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord. This means messages gradually stop reaching muscles, which leads to weakness and wasting. We need a volunteer to support, provide a warm welcome and provide information to patients visiting the MND Clinic at Kings College Hospital.

Opportunity: Volunteer Coach

KEEN London is a registered charity that runs free weekly sports and games sessions for children and young adults aged 5-25 (our athletes) with a wide range of disabilities including Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Learning Disability and Global Development Delay.
Not only are our sessions tons of fun for the athletes but they also provide a much needed respite opportunity for caregivers. Every athlete is supported one-to-one by a trained volunteer coach which means that parents are able to leave their children in a secure and safe environment.
At sessions we are working to develop the athletes confidence, self-esteem, communication and level and enjoyment of physical activity.

Opportunity: Volunteer Researcher and Project Assistant

Our Volunteer Researcher and Project Assistant will help us learn from research and data to inform and improve our services, with a particular focus implementing MyLife (active support)

Opportunity: Digital Skills Volunteer

Some of our students have a learning disability; some may have physical disabilities, ill mental health or autism. We focus on what people can do, rather than what they cannot. The aim of this role is to help students to improve their digital skills and confidence with technology.

Opportunity: Trusts Officer

To assist the Trusts Manager in raising income for Stoll’s support services

Communication Support Volunteer


Do you have strong communication skills’ Do you like working with people? Are you training as a therapist?

Come and meet our peer leaders and peer led groups who meet within the Blackfriars area of London. It is a great opportunity to meet people with acquired communication disability and to learn what it is to live with disability. You will acquire insight into group facilitation and huge experience in meetings a wide range of individuals and practicing your supported communication skills.

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!

Skin Camouflage Team Support Volunteer


Many people with a visible difference struggle with low self-esteem and negative reactions from others. We offer a Skin Camouflage Service as a tool to reduce the impact of some visible differences, and give clients support in everyday life. It’s delivered by trained volunteers around the country and an admin team in London.

Carers Champion


Are you a good listener? Would you like to help people and develop new skills by volunteering in your community?

The Motor Neurone Disease Association is looking for volunteers to take part in a new project in London - Carers’ Champions.

As a Champion you would

• Explain to carers and former carers of people with motor neurone disease (MND) how the Association can support them.

• Find out about other local help available and share this information.

• Help carers and former carers connect with each other.