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Admin Support

by Healthwatch Sandwell

Help us collate information on the internet and social media about people's experiences and views of health and social care services. This will help contribute to improvement of services.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07885 214421

Reading Panel

by Healthwatch Sandwell

Got a good eye for words? Help review leaflets, standard letters and other communications to make sure they're accurate and easy to read.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07885 214421

Do your bit to improve health and care services by being a researcher.

by Healthwatch Sandwell

This role involves conducting field interviews and focus groups, data input, social media monitoring and analysis. There is an opportunity to get involved in research and support the many projects Healthwatch Sandwell undertakes.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07885 214421

Admin Volunteer

by Jigsaw Events

Join us to help organise community activities and keep in touch with members and their carers.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07543 194887

Support people with a learning disability to enjoy community social activities

by Jigsaw Events

Support people with a learning disability in a range of social opportunities that they choose and we co-ordinate. These include coach trips, cinema visits, a bingo and craft group, curry club and a walking group.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07543 194887

Help Talk2Us

by Kaleidoscope Plus Group

We are looking to connect with individuals who want to give the gift of their time to actively listen to people in distress and give healing, supportive and reassuring advice and guidance via a free helpline and Facebook chat service.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07920 072 690

Love where you live and adopt a street!

by Litter Watch

If you love where you live and would like to help keep it looking clean and tidy then this campaign is for you. We are encouraging residents of Sandwell to take pride in where they live and pledge to keep it litter free. We all need to do our bit for the environment and what a great place to start - your own street! The area you choose to litter pick can be as small or as large as you like. We will supply litter picking equipment, bags and other helpful stuff.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 01215576970

Would you like to make a difference to a child in need? Join us to provide weekly listening support to children and young people facing difficulties in their lives.

by Mentor Link

Mentor Link professionally and safely recruits volunteer mentors to offer support to children and young people in need across the West Midlands. Mentoring takes place either in school or a community setting and provides long-term, one-to-one confidential listening support for an hour each week based on the needs of the children. Each mentee is carefully matched to a mentor and profiled at the start of mentoring where goals and objective are set, and we let their needs guide the sessions. Difficulties faced may include anxiety, abuse, self-harm, and low-level mental health issues; being a Looked After child with attachment issues; and family difficulties including abuse, addiction, domestic abuse, and family breakdown or deprivation. The aim of mentoring is to help these children achieve positive changes both personally and educationally, and remain engaged with their education, families, and community. In the short term this sees an improvement in self-esteem and may mean engaging better in class and improving educational outcomes, and in the long term improving their life chances and enabling them to maintain positive relationships, thereby achieving a more successful transition to adulthood.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07805937347

Be innovative and raise vital funds

by Midlands Air Ambulance Charity

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity (MAAC) operates and funds three air ambulances covering six Midlands counties including the West Midlands. Three rapid response vehicles are deployed when the helicopters are unable to fly, for example during bad weather.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0800 8 402040

Could you support someone at the end of their life?

by Murray Hall Community Trust

Murray Hall delivers Bridges Support Service, which supports palliative care and End of Life patients and their carers. The organisation is looking to offer telephone befriending to its service users and /or their carers who may be in need of support. Telephone befriending can provide invaluable support to people who are at End of Life or are who are caring for a loved one at home. The volunteer role can be delivered over the phone at agreed times and is a much needed role.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 612 2939

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