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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

Minimum age: 18+

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

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

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

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

Help make important decisions as a Panel member

by Camphill Village Trust Shared Lives

As an Independent Panel Member your role is to recommend the approval/disapproval/place restrictions on new and existing Shared Lives Carers. You have no legal responsibility, but you are there to advise the Registered Manager who will also attend Panel. Reports are sent to you by secure email at least two weeks before the Panel meeting. You then have time to prepare some questions you may wish to ask of the carers and assessor, which are directed by the Panel Chair. There is time set aside at the beginning of Panel for the members to discuss any concerns and there is also de-brief afterwards to share learning and thoughts with the Registered Manager.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07960 630249

Seeking a Chair TIGHT DEADLINE!

by Spectra Arts CIC

Spectra is a small, ambitious, radically inclusive, neurodiverse, multi-arts company. As we prepare to join the Arts Council’s National Portfolio in April 2023, we seek a Chair to help scaffold our reflective growth through dynamic governance. WE’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU IF THE FOLLOWING APPLY: - You care about radical inclusion and diversity and deeply believe that the arts can affect change - You have experience of managing effective and impactful meetings and of being on a Board (you do not have to have been a Chair before) - You can commit the necessary time to provide strategic leadership, challenge, and support for the Board and executive; to assist in reporting to the Arts Council; and to act as an advocate for Spectra - You want to share in the intensity, fun and delight that comes with being part of Spectra’s work. A full role description for this voluntary post is available at We eagerly encourage applications from people who are from backgrounds that have thus far been underrepresented in publicly funded culture. We are committed to creating a working space that is safe and caring for all. The application closing date is Monday 9 January at 9am. The new Chair will attend their first meeting on 3 February 2023.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07825 599377

Help local youngsters as a mentor

by The Diana Award

We’re on a mission to break the stereotypical view of who a mentor can be- we welcome applicants of all industries and levels of experience. This is a great opportunity for you to gain skills in communication and leadership, building empathy and understanding of issues and barriers facing young people in their communities. Ideally once a week for twelve weeks, sessions last around an hour and are delivered in local schools. We will train you to be a mentor and provide ongoing support for the duration of the programme.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 020 3934 2160

Could you help empower girls in your community?

by YMCA Black Country Group

The Y’s Girls mentoring programme matches volunteer mentors with young girls aged 9-14 years old to support them to be their best. You will be assigned to a local Project Coordinator who will tell you more about Y’s Girls mentoring, as well as discuss your interests and availability. You will then be matched with a young person as your mentee. As a mentor, you will be offered a full package of ongoing training and support for your personal and professional development, to help you and the young person get the most out of the mentoring process. Over a 12 month period, you will regularly meet with your young person and work together to identify achievable goals to focus on. These goals should empower the young person, building their resilience and enabling them to lead fulfilling lives. As a mentor, you can also help the young person to access activities and services, and try new things.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07749 499659

Support our fun 'Welcome Wednesday' activities

by Brushstrokes

Welcome Wednesday is a weekly session at Brushstrokes Community Project on Wednesdays 5-7pm. It is open to everyone and a great way for people to socialise, get out the house, make friends and learn new skills. We offer different activities, such as table tennis, chess, table football, board games, and people are welcome to bring their own games and activities. Alongside the activities, we offer drinks and biscuits/cakes to add to the friendly and welcoming atmosphere. We are looking for volunteers to support Brushstrokes’ staff during this session. Responsibilities include: (1) Setting up the hall for the session from 4:30pm (2) Welcoming guests and making them feel comfortable (3) Preparing teas/coffees (4) Joining in with games & activities (5) Helping to tidy away the hall after the session.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 565 2234
map Brushstrokes Community Project, 253 High Street, Smethwick, B66 3NJ

Lend a hand at our popular Bike Project

by Brushstrokes

At Brushstrokes Community Project, we run the Brushspokes Bike Project which provides our diverse set of service users with refurbished second-hand bikes, bike repair and in 2022 we also offered led bike rides, learn to ride sessions and bicycle maintenance classes. We’re looking for volunteers to support this increasingly popular project. We are particularly looking for volunteers to help out at our regular bicycle repair sessions, and help organise led rides. Knowledge about bicycles or bike repair isn’t essential – we equally value people’s willingness to get involved, their love of cycling and their tea making abilities.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 565 2234
map Brushstrokes Community Project, 253 High Street, Smethwick, B66 3NJ

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