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Home Support Volunteer

Home Support volunteers aim to provide emotional, social and practical support to family members during the child’s life and during the period following the child’s death if appropriate. Becoming a Home Support volunteer is a serious commitment but it provides a rewarding opportunity to directly support children with life-limiting / life threatening conditions and their families.

Shop volunteer

Organisation: 

We are looking for partnerships with university in order to support our project. We would be very honored if you would agree to a partnership with our association. Indeed, we believe that the image of your university would be beneficial for our association. Association is another place to acquire skills. We think, students can develop and change our environment. To involve students now, will allow to resolve socials and environment issues of tomorrow.

Opportunity: Befriending Volunteer

Trinity’s Volunteer Befriending Service provides vital support to patients with progressive, life-limiting illnesses or those who are elderly and frail living in our central and south west London community. The role provides valuable and much needed support for patients and an opportunity for carers and families to take a break from caring responsibilities.
This role is flexible and the support you offer will vary according to the needs of the patient and their family and carers.
Volunteers are not expected to provide personal care, counselling or advice, or cooking and cleaning.
Please note our patients normally request visits between the hours of 10am & 5pm (Mon-Fri) however we do have some requests for weekend visits.
Trinity provides a comprehensive training programme and ongoing support and supervision to provide you with the skills and confidence to carry out this role effectively.


Retail Assistant

Our charity shops are essential for raising funds which can be used to support Noah’s Ark families. Volunteers are vital in helping to sort donated goods, restock the shop floor and serve customers. We are always interested to hear from volunteers who are able to commit to doing a minimum of 1 shift a week (4 hours) on a regular basis.

We hope to provide you with the opportunity to develop customer service skills, to work as part of a team and to gain experience of the retail sector

Social Media Volunteer

Organisation: 

Are you looking to get involved with a small grassroots organisation? Want to use your skills to help people?

We are an HIV International Development charity who provides nutrition, education, life-saving medication and psychological counselling to children who have been infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

We are looking to expand our social media presence to reach more people and ultimately aid our work of supporting children.

Opportunity: Home Support Volunteer

Home Support volunteers aim to provide emotional, social and practical support to family members during the child’s life and during the period following the child’s death if appropriate. Becoming a Home Support volunteer is a serious commitment but it provides a rewarding opportunity to directly support children with life-limiting / life threatening conditions and their families.


Opportunity: In-Patient Unit Volunteer

To support the clinical staff team in providing high quality care for patients staying at St John’s Hospice.


Day Centre Volunteer

Organisation: 

St John’s Hospice Day Centre requires volunteers to support the structure and organisation of the centre, to ensure every patient has a rewarding and positive experience.

Volunteers are involved with the running of the centre on Mondays and Thursdays (HIV care programme) and Tuesdays and Fridays (cancer, MS, MND, Heart Failure, Parkinson’s and COPD care programme) and the centre is open to clients from 09.00 until 16.30.

Volunteers work either from 09.30-12.30 or from 12.00-15.00, thereby providing maximum cover for lunch.

Shop Volunteer (Finchley)

Organisation: 

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

Opportunity: Family Activities Volunteer

Noah*s Ark provides regular Family Activities including Family Days, Parent Groups, Siblings* Groups and Noah*s Ark (referred) Children*s Groups. These activities are designed to provide fun and free days out, allowing children and families the opportunity to meet others in similar situations and to take part in new activities in accessible environments.

Becoming a Family Activities Volunteer is a serious commitment, which provides a rewarding opportunity to directly support children with life-limiting or life threatening conditions and their families.

We are currently looking to recruit Family Activities Volunteers who are available to volunteer at events held on weekdays during school holidays.


Ambassador

The main aim of the Ambassador Programme is to represent and promote Noah’s Ark at various community events in Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. Your help would really make a difference in helping us raise awareness and funds. It is hoped that volunteers can commit to supporting in this role for a minimum of 12 months, but this can be flexible.

We hope to provide you with the opportunity to build connections with the local community, to develop public speaking skills and to organise effective presentations to deliver to an audience.

Befriending Volunteer

Organisation: 

Could you make a difference to your community by befriending?

The Trinity Volunteer Befriending Service provides vital support to patients with progressive, life-limiting illnesses who are living in Trinity Hospice’s central and south west London community. The role provides valuable and much needed support for patients and an opportunity for carers and families to take a break from caring responsibilities. Becoming a befriender will develop your interpersonal skills and is great CV development for anybody entering a caring profession.

Opportunity: Association Visitor

Association Visitors act as the main contact for people living with MND (this includes the person with MND, their family and carer) on behalf of the Association. They keep in regular contact offering confidential emotional support, and accurate information to enable people with MND to make informed choices.



Camp Volunteer

Organisation: 

Change the lives of children affected by serious illness and their families.

Over The Wall is a national charity that runs camps for seriously ill children. We provide a bit of respite for children whose lives are filled with hospital visits and medication. We rely on our volunteers to help our campers relax and discover they can achieve things they didn’t think they were capable of.

Association Visitor

Association Visitor

The role of Association Visitor is a highly rewarding one with many opportunities for developing your own skills and knowledge, whilst being part of a team. Professional qualifications or personal experience of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) are not necessary; however, empathy with people affected by MND is essential.

Main Purpose of the Role:

Opportunity: Retail Assistant

Our charity shops are essential for raising funds which can be used to support Noah’s Ark families. Volunteers are vital in helping to sort donated goods, restock the shop floor and serve customers. We are always interested to hear from volunteers who are able to commit to doing a minimum of 1 shift a week (4 hours) on a regular basis. We would also LOVE to hear from you if you are able to offer more than 1 shift a week. So if you have a few hours to spare each week, enjoy working with the public and love being surrounded by clothes, books and toys then come and support us and help to raise funds for Noah’s Ark!


Opportunity: Reception Volunteer

To support the clinical staff team in providing high quality care for patients accessing St John’s Hospice.


Reception Volunteer

Organisation: 

St John’s Hospice In-Patient unit requires the support of volunteers to manage its reception desk. Reception volunteers are the first point of contact for all patients, family members and visitors to the Hospice and must be able to communicate in a professional yet caring manner over the telephone and face to face.

The welcome, consideration, respect and guidance the receptionist offers can help ease the anxiety and worry people can feel when coming into the hospice, especially for the first time.

Retail Head Office Volunteer

Organisation: 

We are looking for partnerships with university in order to support our project. We would be very honoured if you would agree to a partnership with our association. Indeed, we believe that the image of your university would be beneficial for our association. Association is another place to acquire skills. We think, students can develop and change our environment. To involve students now, will allow to resolve socials and environment issues of tomorrow


Fundraising & Event Assistant

The success of any fundraising event relies on the support of our volunteers. Events are usually at weekends but preparation takes place during the week. All our events raise vital funds to support our work. This role is very flexible, as volunteers are not required to make any regular commitment and no further training is needed after the volunteer induction.

We hope to provide you with the opportunity to build customer service skills through a variety of interactions, to gain experience of event management and to develop the ability to work as part of a team.

Family Activities Volunteer

Noah’s Ark provides regular Family Activities including Family Days, Parent Groups, Siblings Groups and Noah’s Ark Children’s Groups. These activities are designed to provide fun and free days out, allowing children and families the opportunity to meet others in similar situations and to take part in new activities in an accessible environment.

Becoming a Family Activities Volunteer is a serious commitment but it provides a rewarding opportunity to directly support children with life-limiting or life threatening conditions and their families.

Opportunity: Fundraising & Event Assistant

The success of any fundraising event relies on the support of our volunteers. We have fundraising events throughout the year, including stalls at summer and Christmas fairs, supermarket bag packs and collections. Events are usually at weekends but preparation takes place during the week. All our events raise vital funds to support our work.

This role is very flexible, as volunteers are not required to make any regular commitment and no further training is needed after the volunteer induction. However, if you are able to volunteer regularly, there are lots of events to get involved in and your role will be very varied, with opportunities to support the Event Organiser either in the office or at the venue.


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