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As a Remap Volunteer you will get to meet the disabled people we help, often with an occupational therapist who can provide clinical input. Your job is to solve whatever practical challenge they throw at you, designing and then making a special piece of equipment that will help them become more independent. We also ask that you risk assess, provide basic documentation, and take photographs of your project.
You will need somewhere to work independently on your projects, some of our volunteers have their own workshop, others use community facilities or have a workbench and tools in the garage. However you like to work, we would be pleased to hear from you.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is willing to support our aims and objectives, to locate funding opportunities to assist with building and promoting our services.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who will help us maintain our social media platforms. This role would include updating our Facebook page with current and upcoming events taking place within the Community Hub. This role may involve photography, interviewing staff, service users and other individuals connected with our services.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who will help us maintain our garden and surrounding areas. We are looking to grow our own plants and vegetables to be utilised within the Community Hub and the Garnock Valley Community. This role would see the volunteer supporting service users with garden projects as well as lone working.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is willing to drive our transportation to enable service users to access the wider community. Additionally, there are opportunities to help us deliver community meals to the vulnerable within the Garnock Valley. The driver would be responsible for collecting provisions for the meal.
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is willing to work as part of a team providing high quality assistance and support to a variety of individuals including adults with learning and physical disabilities. The Volunteer Support Assistant will assist the Support Workers and other team members with the Service Programme and any other activities which make take place during operational hours
The Breadmaker is part of the Aberdeen Day Project - a registered charity, successful social enterprise, artisan bakery and coffee house.
We are seeking volunteers who would like to help in a coffee shop/bakery environment and also volunteer with a team to provide training and support for adults with learning disabilities in a working Coffee shop and Bakery environment.
We are also looking for volunteers who might be able to assist with outings , social events 1 to 1 peer support
An exciting and fantastic opportunity to volunteer in an award winning bakery and help make a real difference for people we support as well. Excellent training and support is provided to all volunteers and all help is greatly appreciated.
For more information please contact Alistair Reid, CPD Manager at email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel.: 01224 641520.
Moray Reach Out (MRO) helps adults with disabilities gain a real sense of purpose and pride.
We provide a safe space for individuals to grow and achieve.
Adults with disabilities gain a real sense of purpose and pride, participating in meaningful work placements; creating products and providing services supported by our devoted staff and volunteers.
We currently have four training sites in Elgin and Buckie and a broad range of projects: MRO Yarns & Crafts, MRO Embroidery, MRO Recycling Buckie & Elgin, MRO Thrift Shop, MRO Art Yarn and MRO Upcycling.
Each social enterprise consists of two aspects: training and trading. They all provide valuable opportunities to our trainees, while also offering high quality products and services that the trainees are proud to be involved in.
If any of these projects are of interest to you and you have skills that can help our trainees, please contact us for more information. PVG is required, costs for this will be reimbursed by MRO.
Female Befriender wanted for a woman in her 30's who we support, to meet up on Friday afternoons or early evening, weekly or fortnightly for outings, social activities, coffee and chats.
Community Shopping Volunteers wanted to do a weekly shop for older and vulnerable people shielding in the Giffnock, Clarkston and Newton Mearns areas of East Renfrewshire. Commitment of one supermarket shop per week on a Monday or a Wednesday. Volunteers with their own car or bicycle required as deliveries are made direct to the customers home. COVID safe procedures in place