The Handyperson Service (Moray) currently provides volunteer support to the client-base by undertaking a range of small DIY jobs to enable folk to remain independent in their own homes. These people cannot usually afford to pay for services and do not have family or friends nearby who can do the work. There is no charge for this service. We have identified an increasing need for gardening work to be done, often on a regular basis, which our DIY volunteers do not have the capacity to support. All volunteers are disclosure checked and are given free basic volunteer training. All travel and out of pocket expenses are refunded.
To develop a Health and Social Care Forum for Moray in order that the community can be involved in shaping local health and social care provisions. To develop the Handyperson Service (Moray) so that it covers the whole of Moray. To recruit community volunteers to sustain the current and developing service recognising the value and commitment of volunteers in the activities they carry out for the community. To ensure that Community First (Moray) is developed to its full capacity and managed to a high standard. To monitor and evaluate the organisation and the service it provides.
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Experience required: Physically fit, contactable by phone, general knowledge and practical experience of garden care and maintenance task. General interest in and concern for people.
Travel details: Moray-wide. But you may choose to work in a particular area. Access to a car is desirable for the movement of tools and equipment, but not essential if only working very locally.
Minimum age: 18
Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: All travel & out of pocket expenses are reimbursed.
Training details: Basic First Aid, manual handling, disability and equality awareness, protection of vulnerable adults.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer