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This volunteer role is intended to support the creation of specific digital tools within the Ninewells Community Garden and is expected to involve:
• Liaising with staff on project requirements and specifics to ensure that content and methods meet existing quality criteria.
• The creation of garden activities which can be accessed online.
• The creation of trails and information which can be accessed digitally within the garden.
• Updating staff and trustees on progress through presentations at board meetings.
• Working with other garden volunteers on content creation and information.
• Other activities which would support this work.
It is expected that this role will be shared amongst a number of volunteers who will form the basis of a small team working collaboratively.
Our events volunteers would commit a couple of hours every two weeks to help set up events, run events, facilitate events, and communicate with the team, speakers, and attendees.
Many of our library customers come to us for advice and practical support to access online resources, as they may not have access to a computer or the internet at home. We need volunteers who can explain and practically demonstrate how to complete basic IT tasks,assisting customers to improve their skills and access the information and support they require online.
As part of the Library and Information service of Leisure and Culture Dundee, your role will be to support library customers to improve their IT skills through the provision of Basic IT support and training, which could include;
Support with setting up and using email
Accessing online job search and completing employment applications
Scanning and uploading documents
Accessing online training courses Completing online applications e.g. for housing or benefits Travel planning Using microsoft office packages Downloading and printing documents Accessing library service e-resources
Do you enjoy speaking to people and working with computers? Are you organised? You could support our Talk and Support team to run our award winning befriending groups by matching blind and partially sighted people from our waiting list into our telephone befriending groups. You would be helping people to get into one of our groups as quickly as possible and helping to end the isolation of sight loss.
We are looking for someone who is available one day each week, preferably on a Monday or Tuesday, who is comfortable using computers and computer based telephony systems and who is familiar with Microsoft Office 365.
Are you tech-savvy and passionate about making a positive impact in your community? Join Peoplehood's Digital Buddy Volunteer Programme and empower older adults to embrace digital technology!
As more services move online, older adults are at risk of being left behind, but it needn't be that way. As a Digital Buddy Volunteer, you'll bridge the gap and create lasting connections with older people seeking to learn new digital skills. Your patience and expertise will inspire learners to use smartphones, tablets, social media, and more! You'll also introduce learners to Blackwood's innovative system, Clevercogs, which makes it easy for absolute beginners to get online and start exploring technology.
Your digital skills are invaluable! Whether you're a digital skills professional or just a patient digital enthusiast, you have something extraordinary to offer. Teach older adults the basics of email, online shopping, video calls with loved ones, and so much more. With your guidance, they'll be navigating the digital world like pros in no time!
It's not just about teaching digital skills; it's about building relationships. Our Digital Buddy Volunteer Programme encourages genuine connections between generations. Share stories, learn from their experiences, and discover a newfound appreciation for the wisdom of our seniors.
Becoming a Digital Buddy Volunteer is easy and rewarding. Fill in your application and we'll arrange a chat to learn more about your digital skills, your passion for helping others, and your availability.
The volunteer producer will operate and maintain the recording equipment in our small studio to record the volunteer readers who come in to record excerpts from the local newspapers, books, magazines etc. The recordings are copied to USBs which are then sent out to our sight impaired membership. When the service users have finished with them, they return the USBs to us so that we can delete the old recordings and replace them with new ones. We need volunteers with relevant skills/expertise in audio software such as Audacity/Windows 10, who can work on a digital audio recording system for our Talking Newspapers Service for the Blind. Volunteers are needed to help us maintain and keep this vital recording equipment in good running order.
Lochlan’s Legacy is a charity which raises awareness and understanding of type 1 diabetes, reducing stigma, breaking down barriers, promoting youth voice and building a strong community. Lochlan’s Legacy is led by our founder, Lochlan Murdoch BCyA, who is fourteen years old. The charity has been working since 2020 and our work includes raising awareness of Type 1 diabetes in sport, and setting up our youth group 'T1D and ME - Giving Youth a Voice'. Come and be part of something incredible, driven by our iWill Ambassador Lochlan.
We are currently looking for Social Media Content Volunteers. Tasks will include:
- Developing engaging social media posts
- Day to day running of the organisation's various social media channels
We are looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers who can regularly give us four hours of their time per fortnight.
We are currently open 2 days a week from 11am to 3pm and are hoping to increase our opening hours in the near future.
Duties of the role include:
• Welcoming visitors and answering questions
• Selling museum publications
• Recording visitor information
• Receiving items donated by members of the public
We are looking for people who have:
· An interest in Dalkeith’s history
· Good people skills
· Good listening skills
Experience of using Word and Excel would be a bonus You can check out our website for more information about the museum at www.dalkeithmuseum.co.uk. A volunteer application form can be downloaded and printed from the site for completion. Alternatively, email email@example.com if you would like to be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator.
Pain Concern is looking for volunteers to help moderate the charity’s online community on the Health Unlocked platform. Our forum provides peer support and a learning environment for people living with chronic pain and those who care for them. Forum moderators follow Health Unlocked guidance, creating a great culture and setting the tone for the forum.
As a volunteer moderator you will help to ensure that our online community is maintained as a safe, supportive and fun environment.
You will gather information on what issues are important to forum users. You will help to monitor and moderate user-generated content. By joining us you will join a fast-growing and respected service.
Due to the nature of the role, successful applicants will be required to undertake a PVG check and complete a 1hr Safeguarding online course.
The role is to run the social media presence for
the Caithness Broch Project, Facebook,
Instagram and Twitter. Ideally the role will also
include preparation of (approximately) monthly