Volunteering opportunities advertised
Work with other leaders to deliver Guide meetings in accordance with the Guide Programme. Keep confidential records on a central database and up to date unit accounts.
We are looking for volunteers who can help people get out and about. Weekly bus runs are planned and volunteers are needed to help residents on and off the bus and also accompany them, chatting and showing things of interest along the way.
VAO Adult Befriending Service are looking for someone to help them with a new weekly games group for older adults to be run on Thursday afternoons. The volunteer wull help out with teas, coffees and games. The games will include indoor bowls, boccia, quiots and skitlles. There will also be board and card games.
The sooner these donations are made available for the benefit of blind and partially sighted people the more efficient we can be in the delivery of our services.
Did you know that £700,000 was raised from loose change last year? It costs £1 to produce a Braille, large print or audio catalogue to tell blind and partially sighted people about the latest products to make life easier, and £15 to pay for an in depth benefits check to ensure that blind or partially sighted people are receiving the help they are entitled to. The money you raise can help us provide these vital services.
The person would need to be MIDAS trained which Smiddybrae would consider putting a volunteer through, should there be a volunteer interested who does not have a suitable MIDAS qualification. The requirement is that the volunteer would have to have a D! on their license prior to MIDAS training.n
The opportunity to have a relaxed conversation with a person, whils carrying out a basic manicure. Spending time with the person, fling their nails, moisturising hands and applying nail varnish.
St Magnus Centre are looking for new volunteers. Their role is to welcome visitors to the centre, explain about the 15 minute film which highlights the life of St Magnus and the history of the cathedral. Assist all other users of the centre, take cash for souvenir items and generally help visitors with information and keeping the centre tidy.
If you are enthusiastic and approachable and enjoy meeting members of the public from all over the world then this is the role for you.
All volunteers receive an induction and ongoing support. Volunteering shifts are done in pairs and the volunteering shifts are 10am to 1pm and 1pm to 4pm Monday to Saturday.
If this is an opportunity you would like to know more about please call Denise Brown on 741 336 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for an informal chat.
Volunteers required to assist with admin duties and bookkeeping.
Evergreen Tuesday Club is a vibrant club that supports the members by making a cuppa, chatting with the members, helping out with activities such as quizzes, games and other activities, clearing up after the group