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Are you engaging?

by Victim Support West Midlands

Community Engagement Volunteer: Have you got what it takes to help engage the local community to promote greater understanding and partnership with us? Your ability to engage with local community groups, particularly those focused on ethnicity, faith and sexual orientation, will help us to promote greater understanding, partnership and engagement. What will I be doing? Helping at presentations and talks to various audiences. Attending community group meetings and events. Spreading the word about our services and volunteering opportunities. Promoting equality, diversity and inclusion. Talking to potential volunteers about your experiences. Acting as an advocate for Victim Services. If you're interested, fill in the application form on our web site.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 01384 241511

Help us fight hunger and tackle food waste

by FareShare Midlands

We are looking for warehouse assistants where the role will include logging food in and picking food orders ready to be distributed in the community the following day. Additionally, we are recruiting volunteer drivers to ensure the food we supply is delivered safely to our Community Food Members.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07395 576964
map Unit 7 Metro Triangle, Birmingham, B7 5QT

Help others to explore our fabulous green spaces

by Sandwell Council - Public Health Team

We are looking for new walk leaders who enjoy being with people, are welcoming and friendly and love being out in the fresh air walking and chatting to like- minded people. Sandwell Stride programme of weekly walks makes the most of the green spaces, parks, canals and neighbourhoods all across Sandwell. Wherever you are in Sandwell, there is a walk near you! The short walks (max 1hr) are open to all and are a great way to meet new people, make friends and have lots of fun! Walking is one of the best exercises for your health and it's FREE! You will receive a 3hr training session before you start and will be alongside an experienced leader who will mentor you while you’re getting used to the role. If you want to help more Sandwell people get walking, we would love to hear from you!

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07790 945111

Spare a few Admin hours from home?

by Cruse Bereavement Support

At Cruse Black Country we are looking for an administrative assistant to carry out a range of general office duties which will include data entry using a range of Microsoft and client information systems. They will help out alongside Cruse management and administrative support team and occasionally be invited to support additional tasks such as reception duties or weekends as required.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 558 1798

Fundraise for a worthwhile cause

by Cruse Bereavement Support

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is keen to raise money for a worthwhile cause. Charities rely on fundraisers to generate income for much needed funds in order to carry out vital work to serve the community. If you have experience of raising money for charity, applying for funding or have had experience of bid writing and would like to help Cruse across the Black Country, then we would like to have you on board.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 558 1798

Make a difference with bereavement support

by Cruse Bereavement Support

At Cruse Bereavement Support Black Country, we are seeking people to offer support to those accessing the service.. The role involves the successful completion of bereavement support training that is nationally accredited. Potential volunteers will then progress to receive free ongoing training and supervision to further develop skills to be able to offer bereavement support by telephone, zoom or in person.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 558 1798

Can you offer friendship and support to the deaf community?

by Sandwell Deaf Community Association (SDCA)

● Become involved in the various community groups and events which take place within SDCA and in the wider community ● Develop and promote a positive relationship with our service users ● Help raise self-esteem through a positive befriending relationship ● Help build confidence by increasing the range, the nature of activities and the potential for independent social interaction ● Help build independence by empowerment through social and leisure activities ● Participate in social and leisure activities of mutual interest ● Attend induction when you start, and training as reasonably required ● Receive and attend regular supervision ● Maintain confidentiality and adhere to all SDCA policies and procedures

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07791 921011
map The New Deaf Centre Summer Street, West Bromwich, B71 4JA

Help bring the local community together, whilst keeping fit.

by Friends of Red House Park

Red House Park is a lovely park with some great features, including the Grade II listed building, lakes, woodlands, and the Princess Charlotte memorial. Currently we don’t have a walking group in the park, which is a real shame, one that would benefit the local community, by keeping them active and help reduce isolation. Join us to help form and lead a walking group.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 07775 966790
map Hill Lane, Great Barr, B43 6NA

On your bike...indoors!

by British Triathlon

British Triathlon are looking for 3-4 volunteers to help deliver our indoor cycling sessions. We want these sessions to be for and run by people from the community, creating a friendly and encouraging atmosphere. We are looking to create a social ride session, taking people who may never have been on a bike and teaching them how to set up a spin bike and then lead them on a ride. Rides do not need to be hard, but an opportunity to get more active, increase the heart rate a little bit and have a chat with other riders. We are looking at running the first 12 weeks as women’s only so are particularly interested to hear from female volunteers. We will provide upskilling opportunities and some training before the sessions start to support you in the role. You do not need to commit to run every session but we are looking to build a social element so being able to support a block would be advantageous so you can build a relationship with the riders. Sessions are Tuesdays, 09:45-10:30.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07795 415452
map West Bromwich Leisure Centre, Moor Street, West Bromwich, B70 7AZ

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