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Be a Bumblebee Champion!

by Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Learn about bumblebees and help spread the word to others! Support Bumblebee Conservation Trust (BBCT) staff and/or volunteers to plan, set up and run walks/talks/stalls/activities at community events; raising awareness about bumblebees, their importance and what people can do to help their survival. Pre-agreed expenses will be reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07512 307192

Schools in Sandwell need people like you!

by Sandwell Council

If you are committed, enthusiastic and want to make a difference, apply to be a governor at a school in Sandwell. School governors are volunteers from all backgrounds and walks of life. They often meet monthly (usually outside of school hours) to monitor how a school is using its resources and meeting its objectives to provide a good education for pupils. We want you to be part of that check and challenge process and to bring your views and opinions. Being a governor can give you lots of skills too. You’ll build networks and gain valuable experience in areas such as planning, working with budgets, problem solving and using data. It’s a voluntary role, but it’s a brilliant way to give back to your community and will look great on your CV if you’re looking for work. Pre-agreed expenses are reimbursed. So, go for it – do something brilliant and help to ensure all children receive the education they deserve! Interested? Take a look at our video to find out more https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNrvzSyu6wU Apply online at www.sandwell.gov.uk/governors

Minimum age: 18+

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Join us as a Trustee to help give people more choice

by Options for Life

Options for Life is a dynamic not-for-profit charity dedicated to empowering adults with learning disabilities and/or autism to boost their confidence, develop valuable skills, and live independently, enjoying the same rights, opportunities and choice as everyone else. We want to support more people with profound or multiple learning disabilities, and develop new services to provide supported employment opportunities. But to do this we need professionals who can guide and develop the charity’s strategy as Trustees. Many of our current Trustees will complete their terms this year. We particularly value financial and public administration skills and people with lived experience of disability. We believe in the strength of a varied board and welcome applicants from all walks of life, regardless of their previous Trustee experience. Our Trustees are central to our success, and we need Trustees who share our desire to overcome years of prejudice. The financial situation is challenging, but the rewards are enormous. Pre-agreed expenses such as travel costs will be reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 544 6611
map Oak Green Lodge Oak Green Way, Oldbury, B68 8LR

Help needed at local Acorns charity shop

by Acorns Children's Hospice Trust

To help us to continue to provide the care that we do, we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join us in our Blackheath shop. Our shops are exciting and dynamic, with no two days being the same. From our walk-in customers, to receiving donations, and everything in between As a Shop Volunteer with us, you will be: • Engaging with customers • Accepting and sorting donated stock • Pricing donations for sale • Working on the till Why Volunteer at Acorns? • To help a local charity and make a difference in your local community • Connect with likeminded people and make new friends • Enhance your CV by learning new skills and gaining experience • Opportunities to progress to other roles • Access to free online courses • Retail discounts • Invites to social events and participation in our volunteer recognition schemes and rewards Full training will be provided You can apply here https://volunteers.acornscareers.org.uk/job-detail.php?jobid=219678

Minimum age: 16+

phone 07816 197268
map Acorns Blackheath Shop, 182 High Street, Blackheath, Rowley Regis, B65 0DU

Check access all areas!

by Black Country Touring

We're looking for volunteers with a range of access needs to join our Access Sounding Board to influence the future of access at our shows and events. Volunteers will be invited to attend two meetings of the board per year at our office in Smethwick, plus three or four Black Country Touring shows per year as available to give feedback on accessibility. Travel expenses to meetings and shows will be covered.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 533 7129

Help get youngsters (and their parents!) bike riding

by The Leisurely Pedal

Leisurely Pedal wants to deliver cycling activities at Friar Park Millennium Centre. This involves numerous children attending and due to safeguarding regulations I’m unable to be alone when parents aren’t attending.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07306 013525
map Friar Park Millennium Centre Friar Park, Wednesbury, WS10 9AG

Help needed with our Socials!

by Adolescent Wellbeing CIC

Adolescent Wellbeing need a Social Media helper – producing adverts, promotional material , and recording clips of events. (equipment given to do so). Pre-agreed expenses will be reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07946 631513

Give children mental health support and positive energy

by Adolescent Wellbeing CIC

Our Adolescent Wellbeing outdoor projects need support to oversee the young people, give out promotional information, support safety procedures and be a general activity wellbeing team mate. We run 3-4week programmes doing one or two activities for that week, will have 3-4weeks notice and be needed every 3 months on average. Pre-agreed expenses will be reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07946 631513

Help people to gain independence

by P3 Charity

People from all walks of life volunteer with P3 to help us support people who are homeless or at risk of losing their home, as well as helping us address challenges in their lives such as accessing employment and education opportunities, getting the right financial support, or mental ill-health. We absolutely love what we do, and we're sure you would too. If you want to get involved, we’d love to hear from you. We will reimburse approved expenses such as travel costs.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07973 880675

Do you have skills or interests to share?

by Agewell

Are you a former carer or care worker, a retiree or someone needing to get back into work and looking to refresh or build up your skills and experience? Are you a people person or do you have crafting, cooking or IT skills maybe? Or can make a good cuppa?! We need friendly, reliable volunteers to support our Thinking Differently about Dementia Project. Help the small team at our social groups (Meeting Centres) supporting people living with mild to moderate dementia and their family carers.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 796 9333
map The Flame Community Church Cardale Street, Rowley Regis, B65 OLY

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