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Home library service volunteers are required to work alongside the local library to deliver and collect books, DVDs or CDs to older people who may be housebound or have mobility issues.
The service offers regular friendly social contact for the older person when you can check they are safe and well. There is an opportunity to discuss reading and listening preferences and report any concerns to the hub office/library.
Training will be provided and you’ll be reimbursed for out of pocket expenses.
We are looking for car owners who are physically fit, reliable and caring with good communication skills. The level of involvement is arranged to suit as we require regular weekly drivers.
Often the only barrier to service users accessing our services is transport and that is why drivers are so important.
Drivers may assist with transporting passengers from home to services and home again.
All necessary training will be provided by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and all volunteers will be supported by their local coordinator.
To help young people in Scotland to become more active more often. The aims of Active Schools is to offer all children and young people the opportunities and motivation to adopt healthy lifestyles.
We need: Leaders and coaches; helpers of all kind - from kit washers to bus drivers!!
You will gain -
1. experience in a sport environment
2. develop new skills and attributes
3. enhance your employability
Person required to drive our van to both pick up donated furniture and deliver furniture that has been sold in our shop.
Minimum one day per week – hours approx. 9.30 – 4.00.
Free snacks, drinks and lunch provided.
We are a happy, friendly team and any new volunteer would be made very welcome.
The Allotment Market Stall provides good-quality, well-priced, locally grown fruit and vegetables and reduces waste. We have opportunities this season for volunteers to be a part of running our veg stall in the parks (Duthie Park and Seaton Park).
Main tasks involve:
*Sell fruit and vegetables to the public
*Help record amounts sold
*Help promote The Allotment Market Stall and its values of growing and eating good stuff
Full training will be given. Volunteers will be accompanied and supported at all times.
This is a great opportunity to:
*Make a difference in your city and the environment
*Be a part of a community of growers
*Meet people and grow in confidence
For more details please contact Greg Welsh at email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel.: 07583 758494.
We are looking for a driver to pick up donations to the scrapstore in our our van. The scrapstore is home to clean surplus resources collected from mostly business and industry for re-use as art, craft, play and educational materials. This is an opportunity to do something a bit different with a proactive and exciting environmental and educational community organisation while meeting new people, making new friends or doing something to help the environment. Some of our volunteers have got the bug to make things while others just like being involved in what is a fun and productive team.
Volunteer drivers with Moray Food Plus help pick up, collect and distribute food, and any other driving duties associated with the organisation. Volunteer drivers need to be over 25 and have a clean driving licence. The successful candidate will need to be comfortable driving a transit van.
Roxburghe House is an NHS Specialist Palliative Care Unit in Aberdeen. Volunteer Drivers provide important help and are greatly appreciated.
Using their own vehicle volunteers are required to provide a personal service supporting patients attending our Day Unit in Ashgrove Road.
The Day Unit is currently open on Tuesdays and Thursdays but we are looking to expand our service and therefore require more team members to join us. Your availability does not need to be on a weekly basis as on occasion drivers may also be required to help visitors attend Roxburghe House, therefore if you would be interesting in registering on an ad hoc basis this would equally helpful.
We are looking for positive, enthusiastic and friendly people who will feel comfortable driving patients from their homes to Roxburghe House and home again.
•Mileage expenses will be reimbursed by the Friends of Roxburghe House
•A clean, current driving licence is essential together with relevant MOT and vehicle insurance.
•Relevant training and development may be available.
•Applicants will be required to undergo the relevant PVG / Disclosure Scotland checks, costs will be met by NHS Grampian
A great opportunity to make a difference and all help is greatly appreciated.
If you are reading this and feel you have something to offer, I would love to hear from you please contact me, Mandy Urquhart, Voluntary Services Manager – Roxburghe House on 01224 557100 email@example.com
We are looking for volunteer drivers who can spare a few hours a month to transport e a young person or small group of young people to and from home and local and one-off groups and events using our Mini Bus.
Young people would be getting transported from their home to a variety of Who Cares Scotland group activity sessions or one-off events in Renfrewshire.
Could you join a list of bank ‘volunteer drivers’ that we can call upon to help?
There would be a variety of days/evenings/weekends but we’d ask you with plenty of notice to see if you were free to help.
We would ask that you are able to give time when you can.
If any volunteer wanted to drop young people off and then wait until driving the young people home they would be most welcome to stay for the activity session/event. They can even help out or just observe.
Some Caledonia Housing Association tenants living in sheltered housing schemes would like the opportunity to have an afternoon trip out, or to visit other sheltered schemes to socialise.
We are looking for a reliable person, who has completed the MiDAS minibus check test or would be willing to complete it, to drive the mini bus.
It would be a daytime activity and we think it would be 2 or 3 times per month. Picking up some tenants taking them to meet other people in sheltered housing or to an event, for example cinema, café, garden centre.