to brighten up someone’s day? Home Visitors are required who can provide crucial social interaction for veterans in the Kirklees area. Click here for more info https://do-it.org/opportunities/09d0d087-b15d-4b7f-9d3e-548c3a0adc80 and contact Kathryn for more information Kathryn.firstname.lastname@example.org
and want to support young people? Kirkheaton Youths Football Club are seeking football coaches, assistants to help out on an evening or weekend. For full details click here https://do-it.org/opportunities/acc36cf2-9d23-4316-8155-3b7f199982da …
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: email@example.com
Then pop along to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s Introduction Day on Sunday 10th February 2019 to find out how you can get involved with this local farm…
Next Thursday #teamvk will be out at Dewsbury Leisure Centre helping the formidable Dewsbury Soup team with their 3rd Dewsbury Soup evening. We need a few extra pair of hands to help out on the evening. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome and will be part of this team helping to put on a great event in Dewsbury. Tel Sharron 01484 519053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. If you can’t help out but fancy attending this feel-good night out then there are still tickets left for the evening https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dewsbury-soup-3-tickets-53045499517
Then this course with Home Start could be for you….
Then look no further as Kirklees Success Centre have 2 great courses that will equip you with some great skills/training…full details and dates below.
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
Do you have a few hours a month to help support a vulnerable young person?
Could you make a difference in their life?
In Kirklees, there are many children and young people in the care of the local authority who would benefit from a positive relationship with a trusted, responsible adult.
By becoming an Independent Visitor, you can help give a looked after child or young person regular independent adult guidance and support as well as having some fun along the way.
You will receive training to help prepare you for this role, together with support from your peers and a dedicated Independent Visitor Scheme Coordinator.
You will be reimbursed for ‘out of pocket’ and travel expenses when taking a young person out on an activity.
What are we looking for?
No formal qualifications are required but patience, flexibility, determination to make a difference, and a non- judgmental attitude are essential.
We are looking to recruit adults (18-75 for insurance purposes) who have a genuine interest in supporting children and young people; who can offer their time and long-term commitment to be a consistent, reliable and trustworthy person in a young persons’ life.
Currently, Male volunteers and volunteers from minority ethnic communities are particularly under represented on the scheme so we would particularly welcome expressions of interest from these people.
The Independent Visitor Scheme covers all areas of Kirklees. Some young people may live in other areas such as Leeds, Sheffield and Greater Manchester.
Recruitment process: Application Form, Enhanced DBS, Informal Discussion, Interview, References, Training.
How to Apply
For an informal discussion, please call, Chris Berridge, the Scheme Coordinator on 07976 497735 or email email@example.com