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Help us support your community

by Crosspoint Church Hub

Join a rota of volunteers who support and interact with visitors from the local community, who come into our Hub.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 07871 860105
map Crosspoint Hub, Scott Arms Shopping Centre, Great Barr, B42 1TQ

Many different ways to support homeless young people

by YMCA Open Door

YMCA Open Door believes that every young person should have a safe place to stay. Your skills and experience could make a real difference in work as volunteers are crucial to us here at YMCA Open Door. Drivers and chaperones keep people safe and off the streets every night and would be an amazing opportunity for anybody seeking to help. We also would appreciate anyone volunteering to do leaflet dropping, some admin work in the office, assist with host recruitment, promotional events and fundraising activities.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 07545 428585

All kinds of support needed to help us give young people a home.

by YMCA Black Country Supported Lodgings

YMCA Black Country supported lodgings believes that every young person should have a safe place to stay. We aim to provide permanent host homes for homeless youngsters, and seek volunteer drivers and chaperones to help us get them there. We also would appreciate anyone who wishes to volunteer to do leaflets dropping, some admin work in the office, assist with host recruitment/ promotional events and run fundraising activities.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0121 524 3255

Local Trans person?

by Birmingham LGBT

Are you a trans person based in the West Midlands? Would you like an opportunity to make a difference for the local trans community and get involved with shaping policy and awareness training? We are recruiting volunteers for our Trans Advisory Group and are seeking motivated individuals to advise and act as critical friends. For more information, and how to apply please see our website https://blgbt.org/vacancy/trans-advisory-group-member-volunteer/

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 643 0821
map 38-40 Holloway Circus, Birmingham, B1 1EQ

Positively impact young lives

by Powered by CAN

This is a volunteering- mentoring scheme linking black professionals to young people. As a Black male role model you will be present, accessible and trained locally. With a focus on growing aspirations, tackling injustice and helping young people move away from ilicit behaviours and increasing community connectedness.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07450 415739
map 6 St Micheal’s Court, West Bromwich, B70 8ET

Be the welcome people need

by New Beginnings Community

Join us and help the community discover itself in our Place of Welcome • Assist in a variety of activities, games, crafts sessions for adults • Assist with breakfast and refreshments • Help with set up • Assist in creating a relaxed friendly and chatty environment • Maintain the security of the building during and after each session • Ensure room is left clean and tidy • Risk assess the room for potential hazards and report issues/concerns to Community Development • Monitor the safety of those that attend the group • Encourage those that attend the group to participate in wider community activities.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07762 303374
map New Beginnings Community St Marks Church Thimblemill Road, Smethwick, B67 6LP

Be a boost for our babies!

by New Beginnings Community

Join us and help the community discover itself as a Baby & Toddler Group Volunteer. • Assist in a variety of activities, games, crafts, and music sessions • Assist with snack time • Set up an inviting, safe, age-appropriate environment • Relate to youngsters as individuals by showing an interest in them and chatting with them and their carer • Welcome new families, helping them settle in and spend time building relationships with children and carers • Liaise with Group Coordinator when needed • Maintain the security of the building during and after each session • Ensure room is left clean and tidy • Risk assess the room for potential hazards and report issues/concerns to Group Leader • Monitor the safety of the children throughout the session • Encourage leaders, parents and children to participate in wider community activities.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07762 303374
map New Beginnings Community St Marks Church Thimblemill Road, Smethwick, B67 6LP

Help us with our database please

by Soundabout

We are looking for a person with knowledge in Salesforce to support the running of the charity. The role requires to support the Operations Manager in ensuring that Salesforce is fit for purpose and processes are streamlined; creation of Salesforce apps or looking into integration; fixing any Salesforce glitches and maximise its potential.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 01235 797474

Do you enjoy working with neurodiverse young people?

by Soundabout

Do you: have a passion for music? want to make a difference? have one hour a week to volunteer? like having fun? enjoy working with neurodiverse people? Music buddies is a fairly recent volunteer opportunity, to work along side another volunteer to deliver a fun, participant-centred music making session. Each session will be run on Zoom for 30-45 mins with two Soundabout volunteers and a participant, accompanied by a carer.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 01235 797474

Become a Community Champion in your local area

by MND Association

Do you want to engage with and help your local community? Community Champions at the MND Association work with local communities to raise awareness of MND and help to reach people who are not aware of the association's services. There will be a particular focus on engagement with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people, young people, LGBT people, and people with disabilities. Our aim is to ensure that no one faces MND alone by ensuring that all barriers to participation are broken down. There are a number of ways you can get involved, for example: • Talking with local communities and attending local events • Providing information on issues facing people affected by MND • Increasing the awareness of MND amongst local communities • Building partnerships with local groups who can assist in raising awareness and collaboration. • Championing diversity within the local branch or group and helping to enhance inclusivity. • Working with volunteers and staff to address any activities that make it hard for people to volunteer or use Association services.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 01606 611786

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