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Our kitchen needs you!

by Cape Community Day Care Centre

Join our happy family to help make beautiful memories for clients in their golden years. We are looking for kitchen assistants to help keep the kitchen clean and tidy, washing up pots and cutlery etc. Thursdays, approx 12-2.30pm. Actual expenses reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07957 370808
map Cape Community Care Day Centre Halberton Street, Smethwick, B66 2QP

Help us with a bit of admin and sourcing new funds

by Cape Community Day Care Centre

We're hoping for around 10 hours a week of voluntary support with our admin, and help with finding and securing new funds. We are a happy family, making memories for elderly clients in their twilight years. Actual expenses reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07957 370808
map Cape Community Care Day Centre Halberton Street, Smethwick, B66 2QP

Trustee needed to join our happy family

by Cape Community Day Care Centre

Join our Board to help us make beautiful memories for our clients in their golden years. Assist us in setting governance, steering and managing our organisation. Approx three days a quarter involvement, actual expenses reimbursed.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07957 370808
map Cape Community Care Day Centre Halberton Street, Smethwick, B66 2QP

Inspire and support young people

by West Midlands Police

Our leaders are there to help and support young people; to inspire and encourage them. Volunteers help plan and deliver sessions to our 13-17 year old Cadets, all from different backgrounds, lifestyles, religions and cultures. Volunteers assist in helping them to become active citizens. Sandwell units are currently in West Bromwich, Rowley Regis and Oldbury, with the chance to support at local events too.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07391 019522

Become a school governor to change young people's lives

by Governors for Schools

Governors for Schools find and place volunteers on school and academy governing boards. Schools do incredible things to educate young people and help them become compassionate and well-rounded citizens. However, they can’t do this job alone. School governors help to shape school policies and aims, allowing teachers to focus on delivering high-quality educational experiences. Effective governance can positively impact a child’s experience of education. Apply to become a governor by completing our online form. First, tell us about the skills and expertise you could bring to a school. Then, we’ll assign you a dedicated partnership manager to guide you through the placement process. We’ll match your skillset to a school in need, so you can be sure you’re having a positive impact and making a difference to children.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 020 7288 9539

Plan events for our service users

by Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF)

Come and help us with - Monthly meets ups with services users - Planning social engagement for service users outside of Kuumba centre

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 525 1629

Support our men's group

by Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF)

- Support the Wellbeing Recovery worker with the men’s group. - Plan future activities - Plan workshops for the men’s group - Engage in activities.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 525 1629
map Kuumba Centre, Boulton Road,, West Bromwich, B70 6NW

Support business needs

by Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF)

Participate in fund-raising events, awareness raising of mental health issues. - Preparing “what’s on newsletter”. - Create posters for events -T ake minutes. - Answer calls and take messages. - Be knowledgeable about the various services available at the centre to market what we do and what would be the right service for potential referrals.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 525 1629
map Kuumba Centre, Boulton Road,, West Bromwich, B70 6NW

Support our office and finance manager with admin tasks

by Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF)

- Reception duties including greeting visitors, preparing refreshments, answering the telephone and taking messages. - Maintain a stock of project literature and information packs. Informing office & finance manager when stocks are low. - Keep a record of stationery, postage stamps and computer ink stock levels. Compile a stationery list seeking the appropriate authorisation. - Laminating, filing, photocopying, and scanning documents.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 525 1629
map Kuumba Centre, Boulton Road,, West Bromwich, B70 6NW

Passionate to help your community climb out of energy crisis?

by Act on Energy

Act on Energy is looking for people who are passionate about their community; outgoing and understand support needs to be acted on NOW. As an Energy Charity, we are looking for people who want to help and enhance their experience. Tasks will include offering advice to individuals and households through Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) and delivering this advice at various hubs and workshops across our areas of operation. We will provide support and potentially qualifications, which could lead to employment opportunities. We will pay travel expenses.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0800 988 2881

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