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Build confidence in your community by sharing first aid skills.

by St John Ambulance

Do you want to play your part and build confidence in your local community by sharing first aid skills? Are you looking for a flexible volunteering opportunity? Then join our team of Community Advocates and together we will build confident, more health resilient communities. As a Community Advocate with St John Ambulance you will help to raise the profile of first aid within your local community by helping us raise awareness of the first aid message, through the delivery of short first aid awareness sessions. You will be a motivated individual who already has community connections in your local area and is confident talking about first aid to groups of people. You will be organised and have the ability to plan your own sessions, with availability to suit the community group and yourself. In this role, you would ideally be volunteering for at least two sessions per month (a total of 4 hours), plus travel time.

Minimum age: 18+

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Support young people to gain confidence, leadership and teamwork skills

by St John Ambulance

Are you passionate about helping young people develop their confidence, leadership and teamwork skills? Are you interested in working with young people in your local community? Would you like to support young people to become active health citizens by helping to deliver an engaging, fun and informative youth programme? Youth Team Volunteers work with young people from a wide breadth of backgrounds, ensuring they really feel part of the St John family. Volunteers will help young people develop their confidence, teamwork skills, self-discipline, and generally encourage them to strive to be the best they can be. In this role, you will support the delivery of games, activities and training sessions during Unit meetings for young people aged either 5-10 years (St John Badgers) or 10-17 years (St John Cadets). As you gain more experience, you can be involved in planning and delivering sessions as part of our youth programme, and taking on additional responsibilities such as encouraging and organising for young people to go on events. The expected commitment is around 2 hours per week, every 1-4 weeks during school term time.

Minimum age: 18+

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Make a difference helping out at the Library

by Thimblemill Library

Volunteering is fun, rewarding and it changes lives. We are looking for people from all walks of life to help us deliver services at our libraries for the benefit of the whole community: Volunteering with events Helping customers IT skills Children events and crafts Help with refreshments

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0121 569 4940
map Thimblemill Library Thimblemill Road, Smethwick, B67 5RJ

Be the difference people need at your local library

by Smethwick Library

Volunteering is fun, rewarding and it changes lives. We are looking for people from all walks of life to help us deliver services at our libraries for the benefit of the whole community: Volunteering with events Helping customers IT skills Children events and crafts Help with refreshments

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0121 569 4940
map Smethwick Library High Street, Smethwick, B66 1AA

Help our members get the most out of many events!

by Sandwell Visually Impaired CIO (SVI)

SVI arranges regular day trips and outings and requires volunteers to help with organising and facilitating these, including going along on the day; guiding participants and offering support to help service users have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 525 4810

Befriend our doggy helpers!

by Sandwell Visually Impaired CIO (SVI)

We need volunteers to look after guide dogs while visually impaired owners do leisure activities such as swimming/visiting the gym sessions.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 525 4810

Arrange tea parties to help older people feel less lonely

by Re-engage

Re-engage are looking for hosts for the ‘older person tea party’. This is a flexible, voluntary role that can easily be fitted in around your own lifestyle and availability. As a volunteer host you will run a local Re-engage tea party once or twice a year, either in your own home or at a chosen venue.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07715 323525

Call our tea party guests!

by Re-engage

Re-engage older person tea party is looking for a volunteer organiser who will spend approx. four hours a month ringing around the older guests and other volunteers making sure they all know where the next tea party is. Flexible role from home. Admin.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07715 323525

Our shop needs you!

by Murray Hall Community Trust

Give a little back to the community by helping in our shop at Murray Hall. We need help with a variety of tasks, and we will train volunteers to show them what to do.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 612 2934
map Murray Hall Charity Shop Union Street, Tipton, DY4 8QJ

Chat with people who are lonely and isolated

by Murray Hall Community Trust

Phone people and chat about life, just to make somebody’s day a little bit better. There is also chance to pick up and drop off prescriptions for people and meet face to face with clients to have a chat and a coffee.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 612 2934

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