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We are recruiting Coastguard Rescue Officers. Do you think you can make that difference when called out to assist those in gravest need?
Do you live in Barra or Vatersay? We are looking to enhance our numbers in these areas.
As an Emergency Response volunteer, you may be providing much needed practical and emotional support to individuals as part of a team, in support of category 1 and 2 responders and other agencies following an emergency or major incident.
In addition, you could provide "behind the scenes" support to the response.
>About the opportunity:
Clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene are basic human rights and crucial for overcoming poverty. These basic human rights should be a normal part of daily life for everyone, everywhere – but they aren't. That's why WaterAid is here.
WaterAid Speakers are trained volunteers that deliver inspiring talks and workshops, across the UK, to raise awareness about the importance of clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene, to transform peoples’ lives for good.
Our Speaker volunteers engage people about the important work of WaterAid, inspiring them to take action, as they speak with schools, universities, businesses, youth groups, religious places of worship, service organisations, and many more community groups.
WaterAid enables the world's poorest people to gain access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene education. These basic human rights underpin health, education and livelihoods and form the first, essential step in overcoming poverty.
We work with local partners who understand local issues and we provide them with skills and support. This empowers them and local communities to set up and manage practical and sustainable projects that meet communities real needs. We also campaign locally and internationally, to change policies and practice, and to ensure water and sanitation's vital role in reducing poverty is recognised.
>What’s in it for you?:
-A sense of personal achievement through volunteering locally for an established international charity, helping to tackle extreme poverty and transform people’s lives for good.
-Becoming part of an influential UK-wide volunteering network of over 250 Speaker volunteers reaching around 50,000 people a year with important messages about international development.
-An opportunity to learn from sector specialists about international development and global issues around water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH).
-Development of public speaking skills and confidence through public speaking training, presentation resources and varied presenting opportunities.
-A personal Speaker Mentor to support you as you develop as a Speaker.
-Regular support from the small and friendly WaterAid Speaker Network team, including support via email, phone and face to face in the London office.
-Reasonable expenses for travel to training, talks and workshops.
-Invitations to Supporter Thank You events across the UK.
To become a WaterAid Volunteer or for more information please email Speakers@wateraid.org
The Caithness Foodbank has a distribution centre in Wick & Thurso. Volunteers will be on sight to support members of the public referred to the service for food parcel. Must be non judgemental, confidentiality paramount.
To raise awareness of the charity by speaking to groups and attending cheque presentations. Would suit someone who likes speaking to groups and inspiring their audience.
Volunteers required to join a small team of people to provide medical cover at public events such as half marathons, equestrian events, charity events, concerts dances etc.
Volunteers will be fully trained in all aspects of first aid and ambulance work by experienced trainers.
British Red Cross volunteers are fully trained in advanced first aid and are ready to help at any occasion across the UK, from a community event to a stadium-sized rock concert. When accidents happen or illnesses take hold, their knowledge can be vital in saving lives or preventing further injury. As a volunteer you will be trained to provide first aid, occasionally life saving, services to those who need help at public events both in Orkney and across Northern Scotland and to support the ambulance service in accordance with current first aid practice. As you develop your skills you will have access to our diverse learning and development pathways and other exciting internal opportunities such as becoming a first aid instructor or joining our emergency response team.
Fantastic Opportunity to Join the British Red Cross Team of Emergency Response Volunteers
>About the role:
As an Emergency Response volunteer, you may be providing much needed practical and emotional support to individuals, as part of a team, in support of category 1 and 2 responders and other agencies following an emergency or major incident. In addition, you could provide "behind the scenes" support to the response.
>About the team:
The British Red Cross responds to hundreds of UK emergencies every year - from major floods to house fires and transport accidents. Our trained volunteers are always available to help, working closely with the emergency services, local authorities and other agencies to support their work responding to crises.
>About the person:
We keep the service users at the heart of all we do working to understand their needs and the difference we make. As well as good interpersonal, diplomacy, communication and teamwork skills, we are looking for people who have, or are willing to undertake further training, particularly any technical requirements. To volunteer for the Emergency Response role you must be aged 18+. However, we greatly value the skills, energy and enthusiasm that young people bring to the Red Cross and (subject to a risk assessment, safeguarding requirements and parental consent) people aged 15-17 years can be involved in a variety of activities such as promoting the service, supporting service volunteers and undertaking training.
For further details and to apply to volunteer with us please visit our online recruitment page at: https://jobs.redcross.org.uk/tlive1_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=932716QAy9&WVID=772610007l&LANG=USA
If you have any questions or require more details please contact Mark Law, Emergency Response Officer at email email@example.com or tel.: 07543220117.
A volunteer is needed to place collecting cans in their local area. They will be the point of contact in their local area. They will be fully supported by a staff member and given full instruction. If you have a few spare hours and would like to get out and about in the community, then get in touch!
The RNLI has a network of local fundraising teams organising a wide range of activities and events which last year raised £14 million to save lives at sea. Each team is supported by a Community Fundraising Manager, although the range and frequency of fundraising events is determined by the team members themselves.
Becoming part of your local fundraising team could offer you an opportunity to improve your CV, meet new people, learn new skills or just have fun with fundraising in your community. Some of our team members have been volunteering for many years, some just join us for a few months – whatever their commitments allow.
Do you want to volunteer in your local community? Do you want to have fun assisting at fundraising events and activities, but prefer to be a team player rather than a team leader? If so, joining our fundraising team may be just the fit for you!
As a volunteer fundraiser you should enjoy meeting and talking to people, or want to develop these skills, and want to be an ambassador for the RNLI in the local community.
This is a great opportunity to really make a difference by raising vital funds for our volunteer crew members and lifeguards.