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Your Foodbank needs you!

by Smethwick Foodbank

Can you spare a few hours each week to help at Smethwick Foodbank? A wide variety of roles are available including warehouse support or administration and data entry; you could be a part of our meet and greet team or a driver for our weekly supermarket collections.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0121 517 0141
map Holy Trinity Church Church Hill St, Smethwick, B67 7AH

Help a teenager get on track

by Barnardo's Black Country Family Matters

Education, Training and Skills Supporter volunteers support service users aged 16+ to access employment, education and training opportunities with the ultimate aim of reaching their individual goals.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07902 402054

Have an interest in cycling and bike maintenance?

by Midland Mencap

parkride is a fun and flexible inclusive cycling project that provides anyone, regardless of age or need, with the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors through cycling, together! You would be: • Supporting children and adults with learning disabilities (including people who have complex needs) and their families/carers to take part in regular community bike rides • Helping to set up before each session and tidying away afterwards • Assisting Midland Mencap staff to deliver fun and engaging parkride sessions • Helping to maintain a fleet of bikes to ensure as many people as possible can take part in cycling sessions • Helping parkride participants to learn the basics of bicycle maintenance

Minimum age: 16+

phone 01214422944

Come away on our play and stay?

by Midland Mencap

Would you enjoy empowering children and young people with additional needs to take part in activities and have a fun-filled 4-night residential trip? We are providing a residential trip to Bewdley in Worcestershire to give children and young people with additional needs the chance to spend some time away from home to try out a variety of fun activities. If you are energetic and creative, with brilliant interpersonal skills, and you’re available between 21st – 25th February 2022 we would love to include you in this exciting trip. Please note that this role will involve staying on site for the duration of the residential trip. You would be: • Supporting children and young people with disabilities to take part in activities, join in with communal meals and complete their general day to day tasks. • Encouraging them to try new things and build their confidence and independence. • Promoting an inclusive atmosphere on the residential and making sure the young people have an enjoyable time. • Supervising children and young people during activities and throughout the day.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0121 442 2944

Support at a local Vaccination Centre

by NHS

Host Volunteers are required to support us in the continued fight against coronavirus and to positively support the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme for the Black Country and West Birmingham area. Host Volunteer roles include: Wayfinding and Patient Flow - Working alongside Front of house staff to support the smooth arrival onto the site of people coming for vaccination. Volunteer tasks may include: *Helping efficient patient flow to the clinical assessment, vaccination station, post vaccination observation area and pod exit *Assisting in the prevention of overcrowding be ensuring the crowd limits in various parts of the ground are complied with *Effectively communicate with the other areas representatives to avoid congestion *Identify people who require additional support (care/Chaperone, additional language support) and direct them to an alternative flow Patient Support - Answering patient queries and addressing any concerns about the vaccination in the waiting area. Volunteer tasks may include: *Providing enhanced support to those requiring it (e.g. those who cannot queue standing or patients with impairments) *Confidently conveying NHS messaging on the vaccination in line with national guidelines *Providing people with relevant information materials (e.g., leaflets) and offer brief explanation of the steps pre, during and post vaccination that the citizens need to be aware of. *Responding to any site people queries and concerns and escalating any issues to the respective Supervisor. * Ensure patients are comfortable and reassure them pre and post vaccine, signposting them to relevant external resources as needed

Minimum age: 16+

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Help people get back on track after prison

by Prison Advice and Care Trust (Pact)

PACT are looking for volunteers to support and mentor referred service users to successfully engage with education, training, volunteering and/or employment. You would be delivering one-to-one interventions, mainly online, to support people on probation as they seek employment, training and education opportunities. We’re looking for people who are: self-motivated, good listeners, non-judgemental, reliable, and empathetic. We will provide training including safeguarding and mentoring. This role requires two references and a DBS check.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07710 056585

Support people with a learning disability to get online and connect with friends

by Building Bridges

Building Bridges are looking for volunteers to join our Creating Connections team supporting people with a learning disability in Sandwell to get digitally connected. The Creating Connections project supports people with learning disabilities to use technology to get connected with friends and family, and other community activities. With your support people with a learning disability will be able to learn new digital skills, get started with using a tablet, smart phone or computer, learn how to stay safe online and how to use video chat software. The support can be given in small groups in community venues, face to face sessions in people’s homes, or remote support.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 07766 245053

Could you be a Youth Club Director?

by Vibes N'Shine

I am currently seeking Directors/Trustees to help manage a Youth Club

Minimum age: 18+

phone 07729 230496

Help us save lives with prevention activities

by West Midlands Fire Service

Help West Midlands Fire Service deliver prevention-based activities to members of the public and vulnerable groups. Educate the community on key safety messages linked to fire, road, home, and personal safety through a variety of activities. Key activities will be: • Acting as a “Safety Adviser” to delivery key safety messages to young people aged 9-11 around Safeside; a state-of-the-art scenario-based, experiential learning safety complex which provides an innovative, enjoyable learning experience that inspires people to think and act safely. • Delivering safety presentations to vulnerable groups, such as new arrivals to the country or those who have English as a second language. • Assisting Fire Stations with open days, community events and local Fire Safety initiatives to promote safety and wellbeing. • Acting as a Volunteer Fire Safety Tutor to educate young people who have shown an unhealthy interest in fire.

Minimum age: 16+

phone 0121 380 6074

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Befriend people with dementia and their carers via telephone calls or home visits to help ease loneliness and isolation. The telephone befriending service is run from our BUDS office in Oldbury and the befriending visits will be carried out in people’s homes.

Minimum age: 18+

phone 0121 565 3721

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