Just regarding the above ‘start date / end date’ question, we feel that the opportunity can be done over a couple of months, one day per week, to start with.
The volunteer is required to help us deliver a big project is to raise money through our ongoing initiative which is called #Skibay4DSUK
#SkiBay4DSUK is calling on skiers and snowboarders throughout the UK to sell their unwanted winter equipment and items of clothing to help raise money for DSUK to continue providing our adaptive snowsport activities. Through this volunteer opportunity, you will help disabled people to be more active, make friends and have fun by taking part in snowsport. “It's more than skiing and snowboarding: It's life changing.”
To support this initiative, we currently require volunteers to help us photograph and write descriptions of items we have stored at our offices near Aviemore. We have had lots of donations of unwanted snowsport equipment and we need to list these items on our own eBay shop. The purpose of this is to raise money from these items but also promote the #Skibay4DSUK initiative and encourage people all over the country to sell their unwanted items to raise money for us.
The role will also involve weighing items and researching and preparing other information about the items as necessary. Our member of staff, Bonnie, will actually list the items on eBay so the volunteer doesn’t need to worry about being able to use eBay as such.
The programme provides support for young people
across the local region, bringing employers, partners,
and education together. The
programme aims to ensure more of our young
people in Highland have the skills and knowledge to
enable them to achieve a positive and sustained
destination beyond school as well as having a better
insight into the opportunities that are available to
With a team of Development Officers, across
Highland communities, we offer unrivalled support
to mentors, ensuring they are equipped to support
our young people whilst often developing new skills. This program needs volunteer Mentors from all backgrounds to support young people on a 1-to-1 basis, helping them to achieve their goals in a realistic way. Full training and support provided
We need the help of a volunteer driver with their own car to help us collect donations of ICT equipment. This role is vital to our work in getting thousands of computers into African schools, enabling otherwise waste computers to have a second life in a classroom.
The role is quite flexible as we can coordinate collections of computers to suit you. To support us in this role you must have access to your own vehicle, have a valid UK driving license and be able to lift 20kg. For application details please go to: https://turingtrust.co.uk/how-to-help/volunteer/apply-to-volunteer/
Are you keen to make a positive difference in people’s lives? Are you interested in equality, social justice and empowerment? We are looking for people to join our highly trained and enthusiastic volunteer Community Advocate team delivering independent advocacy to mental health service users or people with learning disabilities throughout Aberdeenshire. You will make such a difference in people’s lives, supporting them to speak up for themselves and grow in confidence, helping them to understand and exercise their rights and options, and assisting them in the decision-making process relating to their care, treatment, and support. Don’t worry no previous experience is required as full training and mentoring is provided to enable you to help others to have a voice. So if you are wondering what to do with your spare time and have around two hours free a week to volunteer please contact email@example.com or phone 01467 651604. Our Training and Volunteer Coordinator would love to hear from you and will be happy to give you more information on this volunteering opportunity.
Through Google Ad Grants we already have multiple adverts set up and running but we need some help maintaining our adverts and ensuring they are as effective as possible. If you have past experience in using AdWords and are keen to gain experience in the charity sector then we are looking for your help, this can be from home or in our Edinburgh facility certain days of the week. For application details please go to:https://turingtrust.co.uk/how-to-help/volunteer/apply-to-volunteer/
You will get to meet the inspirational faces of community groups across the UK and immerse yourself in their work; use your existing skills in a rewarding fashion whilst developing new ones; guide members to become more inclusive; network with other like-minded individuals helping grassroots sports groups survive; and so much more. Our volunteers say that making a positive difference to our members is what they most enjoy about volunteering at Sported.
You'll use your professional skills and lived experience to help groups overcome operational challenges, become better equipped for the future, and tackle inequality in sport.
Most of our roles are quite flexible and work around your schedule. We do our best to only share opportunities we think are relevant to you. With most of our volunteering support being delivered digitally, it’s even easier to get started supporting members across our network.
Volunteers are carefully matched with a Sported membership club within their locality, who they then support on a one-to-one basis to help them to tract investment into their organisation. Sported support groups who are utilising sport to bring about real social difference throughout the UK so you'll be paired with a group that are doing really inspiring work. These groups are doing incredible work but require some guidance around fundraising in order to make them more sustainable and increase their capacity. This is a great opportunity to make an impact on a community group in your area. If you enjoy working with people and have a desire to make a difference, and most importantly, have fun then please do get in touch. Code: CRV
Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice are looking for volunteers to join their team and to get involved within their charity shops throughout various locations in Glasgow and the surrounding areas.
As a volunteer you will enjoy working within a professional team providing a high quality retail service, assisting in the day to day running of the shop and meeting agreed performance targets to maximise sales and profitability. You can be talking to customers and helping them with their shopping experience, serving customers and help create eye-catching and stylish window displays. It is important that volunteers understand the importance of raising funds through the shop and are able to promote and raise the profile of the Hospice throughout the local community.
The Young People’s Befriending Project is expanding its horizons and hoping to support even more children and young people in Orkney this year. The service has lowered its referral age to 5 years old and is simultaneously developing a more intentional, mentoring approach to the older young people it supports. The Volunteering Team is looking to expand once again so that the Project can offer this support to more of Orkney’s young people. All you need are a few free hours every fortnight, an enthusiasm to work alongside a child or young person, a hobby or interest to share, and a friendly and kind personality – and we’ll take care of the rest.
Join the Oxfam community
As a Sales Assistant Volunteer you will be at the till, serving customers as the friendly face of your shop. You will help people facing poverty around the world by giving great customer service and making donors, customers, and supporters feel welcome in our shop. We’ll give you ongoing training and support so that you can feel right at home as part of the Oxfam Community!
About this role
We will give you all the training and support you need so you will develop your skills as part of our team. You don’t need to have any experience – we’ve got you covered. You can also get some lunch and travel costs too. Whatever you need, we’re here to help.
As a Sales Assistant Volunteer you’ll develop skills that boost your confidence:
Improving your communication skills in this customer-facing role
Serving customers on the till, handling cash and card payments
Creating a friendly shop environment to make everyone feel welcome
Volunteering that works for you
Volunteering can be very flexible to suit you. So even if your availability or skills don’t match this role, get in touch and we will find something right for you. By volunteering for a few hours a week, you will meet new people and have some fun for a good cause.
If you can’t apply online, please visit the shop for a paper form or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone has something to offer
At Oxfam we know that everybody can make a real difference. People come to us for all sorts of reasons, from all backgrounds, and we will do what we can to find a role which works for you. You can find out more about volunteering with Oxfam here.
What happens next?
After you apply the manager will ask you to come in for an initial chat. This is not an interview, just a chance to get an idea of what you'd like to do in the shop. From there you can meet the rest of the volunteer team and get involved with whatever area of the shop takes your interest!