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Join our branch team in a 'volunteering from home' role, all done around around your own life. Using the NCT system to add details to our branch page on the main website, keeping information up to date and relevant, this can be done at a time convenient to you. This is an essential way to let people know what is going on.
A great way to support local parents and carers. NCT Aberdeen City and Shire are a local branch of a national charity, we provide support to parents in the first 1000 days. Our groups and support are open to all.
For further details please contact Victoria Ellis at email: email@example.com
ANGUSalive has a vast Group Fitness programme which runs across our 7 facilities. The programme consists of world wide fitness classes created by Les Mills, Kettlebells, Yoga, aqua and much more. You would work with one of our experienced group fitness instructors to increase your knowledge in group fitness.
• Weekly monitoring of the group fitness programme
• Running reports on group fitness programme to look at number of attendees
• Updating weekly monitoring sheets and highlighting classes which may require support in promotion
• Creativity in creating engaging and exciting posts for social media channels to aid class promotion
• Speaking to customers and providing class passes if required
What do volunteers gain:
What will the volunteer gain from this:
• Knowledge and understanding on reporting and monitoring
• Experience in running reports and extracting data
• Ability to look at reports and make decisions based on data analysis
• Knowledge and experience of the Group Fitness Programme and the trends of the programme
Are you a Cricket fan? Want to get involved through volunteering.
Like all sports, cricket needs people who take on organisational and officiating roles to make it possible for others to play. Every match played requires a host of volunteer input to make them run smoothly so whether you want to get involved as a Scorer, Umpire, Match Secretary, Coaches and assistants, Captains, Parental Liaison, Schools, Volunteer driver there will always be an opportunity for you?
We currently have opportunities for people to become involved in:
· Scoring – keeping match scores, maintaining statistics etc.
· Umpiring- the cricket equivalent of refereeing
We run two adult teams which play on Saturdays, Sundays and on some mid-week evenings and are looking to recruit scorers and umpires for both teams.
These opportunities would be suitable for people who have an interest in sport, but do not wish to participate as players. They provide an opportunity to be part of the team, without taking part in the more physical elements of the game. There are established pathways in these disciplines that allow people to progress from officiating at local clubs through to international sport. Get in touch to start your volunteering journey at Strathmore Cricket Club.
Volunteers are essential to the running of Strathmore Cricket Club enabling children, young people and adults to get involved whilst increasing the participation in this great sport.
Do you have skills in any of these areas and want to help a local sports organisation provide sports and social opportunities for people of all ages? There are various roles that you can get involved in as a Governance & Administration Volunteer:
- committee member
- finance and general administration
- volunteer coordinator
- outreach/business development and sponsorship
An interest in finance, administration and organising events would be a real bonus in this role so if you would like to help out, get in touch.
ANGUSalive's Sport & Leisure Team would are looking for volunteers to assist with the planning, development and delivery of the disability & inclusion football programme.
• Plan, develop and deliver a new sessions
• Coach & volunteer recruitment
• Partnership working
• Promotion of programme
• Monitor & evaluate programme
What will volunteers gain:
• Enhance personal, social and skill development
• Gain experience of working with children & adults
• Opportunity to develop programme planning experience
Work experience to assist with future employment opportunities
The hub is seeking volunteer receptionists/admin support. This opportunity would enhance existing skills and gain experience of working in the voluntary sector with a close supportive team who have a strong sense of teamwork and community. Volunteer tasks will include: • Dealing with public enquiries both in person and over the phone • Signposting • Keeping display area of information up to date and replenished • Processing incoming and outgoing mail • Producing/updating documents using Microsoft packages ie word, spreadsheets, publisher etc • Photocopying • Filing.
Aberdeen Multicultural Centre (AMC) is an outcome driven, user led charity, committed to making a positive impact on the lives of wider communities in Aberdeen. AMC encourages co-operation and integration amongst diverse community groups. AMC’s vibrant aims are to support communities from social, economic, welfare & environmental perspectives. AMC has run Climate Change projects for the last five years aimed at awareness raising and changing behaviours in relation to home energy efficiency, active travel, food waste, recycling and home gardening amongst diverse communities in Aberdeen. AMC has become cultural hub of communities in Aberdeen. AMC has been organising different cultural events such as International Mother Language Day, Aberdeen Mela- One World Day, Multicultural Burns Night etc. AMC also involved in different sports & physical activities such as Multicultural Football Festival, Multicultural Bike Rally, Wellbeing & Mindfulness Meditation Sessions, Relaxation & Chair base exercises for BAME older people etc.
We are seeking volunteers to help us with grant proposal writing support to expand our reach and services even further.
A fantastic and exciting opportunity to assist in the continued successful development of Aberdeen Multicultural Centre and make a real difference for people and communities. All help is greatly appreciated.
For further information please contact Ahashan Habib, Centre Manager at E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 01224 561992.
We are looking for admin/reception volunteer to come and support our work at Grampian Opportunities,
Tasks involved include greeting guests, answering telephone calls, taking messages, making teas & coffees, admin tasks and more.
In this lead, but flexible volunteer role, you will be the key contact for fundraising in your local community. We will offer you the opportunity to chat about what skills and availability you have to support us in this role. A fundraising group coordinator, with the support of others in the team and a Guide Dogs fundraising manager, helps to organise and sometimes attend events, encourages local businesses, schools and groups to name their own guide dog puppy, builds relationships with local networks and most importantly, by giving their time, make a real difference by helping Guide Dogs to provide life changing services to people living with sight loss. “My advice to people is that they shouldn’t be put off by the word ‘fundraising’. We’re about much more than that as a group. Yes, we do raise money. But it’s also about building relationships, recruiting more volunteers, merchandising, building a community.” – Shirley, Fundraising Group Coordinator If you don’t feel you tick every box but are sure this role is the one for you, please drop us a message at VolunteerScotNI@GuideDogs.org.uk and tell us why. We’re open to suggestions and happy to chat with you to find out what’s possible!
We meet usually once a month for about 2 hrs (7pm- 9pm) usually the 3rd Thursday of the month. We can offer a small payment to cover expenses. Some examples of our involvement are monthly meetings involving locally elected councillors, police and guest speakers. We regularly review local planning applications, local news/ concerns and organise community events such as beach cleans, seasonal town decorations/ events such as the summer bunting and Christmas Lights display/ switch on. We also support to facilitate local projects and collaborating with organisations to distribute community funds. There is opportunity to become involved in such a wide variety of projects/ groups dependant on your availability of time.