Would you like to get to know people in your community through a versatile volunteering role? You’ll be at the heart of the British Heart Foundation’s fight against heart disease. Serving customers and helping to promote their stock as a Cash Desk Volunteer. You do not need any retail experience as training will be provided. For further details contact: Jonathan Stokes tel: 01484 829430 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The RNIB Leeds have a new Volunteer role in Kirklees including:
Connect Community Lead – if you have sight loss yourself, could you lead a local network to share support and information for others with sight loss in your local area?
To find out more about this role please contact:
tel. 07850 975093
Crosland Moor Community Learning Centre are running a 3 week training course to help people interested in volunteering in an education setting.
The Essential Skills for a Volunteering Placement course will cover:
- Equality and Diversity
- Inclusivity and communication
The course starts on 10th January from 9.30am – 3.30pm
For further details contact Clare or Joanne tel. 01484 462346
Leonard Cheshire Disability is a charity supporting disabled people to fulfil their potential and live the lives they chose.
They are seeking Volunteers for their Kenmore House residents in Cleckheaton, particularly for evenings and weekends.
Volunteer Drivers: You will drive their minibus to activities such as shopping, meals out and community activities. Full training will be provided free of charge and you will need to be 25 years or over for insurance purposes.
Volunteer Escorts/Befrienders: You will help residents attend activities such as the theatre church or shopping.
Both roles require a DBS check which is organised and paid for by the organisation.
For further details contact Jeanette Fullwood, Volunteer Co-ordinator.
Telephone: 01274 872904
The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust is the only UK Charity funding research into the types of cancer affecting teenagers and young adults, They also fund support for teenage cancer patients across 43 hospitals.
The charity is looking for a Lottery Promotion Volunteer to attend fairs, businesses and community events in the Kirklees and Calderdale area.
This is ideal role for someone who likes getting out and about and meeting people.
Suitable for over 18s, own transport would be useful but not essential.
Training and support provided.
For further details contact Lauren Barber email@example.com
tel. 01484 510013
Are you are already part of your local sight loss community and have issues small or large that you would like to change? This Campaigns Coordinator Volunteer role is with the Royal National Institute of Blind People and can be carried out in your own home. You will be supported by the RNIB Regional Campaigns Officer to plan and take action on issues that matter to you.
For further details contact:
Catherine Tonge tel. 07850 975093 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in gaining new experiences and enhancing your skills then the Volunteer Shop Assistant role could be for you!
Current vacancies at two Forget Me Not Shops:
Manchester Road, Huddersfield HD1 3JF and
11 Victoria Street, Holmfirth HD9 7DF.
Role is flexible, and may include serving customers, handling money, sorting and steaming clothes, merchandising and training and supporting younger volunteers.
A great way to meet people and make a positive difference in your local area.
Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice use eBay as an extra outlet for goods donated to their charity shop. They are looking for a volunteer who can spare about half a day a week to list items on eBay including researching prices, photographing goods and packing sold items.
The shop is based on Manchester Road, Huddersfield HD1 3JF.
Kirklees Sport and Physical Activity Development Team help inactive people to become more active through Sport and Physical Activity. They offer training to support volunteers in their local community. They are currently offering the following free training to Volunteers:
WALK LEADER TRAINING
Could you lead or support a Health / Nordic Walk in your local area? This training will enable you to either support an existing walk group or set up a new group in your local area. Further details here: http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/food-exercise-and-sport/walking.aspx
MOVEMENT AND GAMES IN A CHAIR (MAGIC ) TRAINING
Movement and Games in a Chair is aimed at people wanting to improve their mobility and memory. Once you have completed the training you could lead or support one of the MAGIC classes which run in several fire stations or leisure centres across Kirklees. Further details here: http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/food-exercise-and-sport/moving-more-often.aspx
If you have a passion for physical activity and are friendly and reliable then this could be the role for you – Session times are flexible.
For further details contact :
Tel. 01484 221000