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What will the Peer Research role involve? The role will be until July 2023. You will need to volunteer approximately 2-3 hours a week. You will help residents to complete Health and Wellbeing surveys.
Role: Policy, Advocacy and Research Volunteer. Investigate eco issues for CPRE London. Reports to Director. Work from home for 14 hours/week (12 weeks minimum) with some in-person meetings. Support zero-carbon city and biodiversity.
Deliver interactive, animated assemblies in local primary schools to motivate children to fight climate change with a positive and empowered attitude while combatting eco-anxiety.
We are seeking energetic and enthusiastic people to help our busy holiday club. The children and young people who come to our holiday club are recent arrivals to the UK who are adjusting to new homes, new schools, new friends and a new language.
Join CPRE London as an Events volunteer and help protect green spaces in Greater London! Participate in fun events like the "Urban Tree Festival" and "London Rivers Week" while making the city a better and healthier place.
Our social clubs are free, social activities which bring older (65+) and younger people together to learn, laugh and try out new things. From silent discos, hula hooping and trips to the cinema to pottery and crafting, we try everything. Come join!
Reach Out Befriender Role: To support an Autistic child, young person or adult and their family. Helping them to gain confidence, new skills, reduce isolation and become more engaged with their local community.
The Integrated Community Support (ICS) service provides day service opportunities for people with low and medium Preventative Care Needs.
As a Shout Volunteer you would chat to those in distress at any time of the day from the comfort of your own home to support people struggling with a range of issues. Suicidal thoughts, relationships, anxiety, money and everything inbetween.
The Museum of Brands is a small, friendly museum of consumer culture in West London. We are looking for Volunteer Session Leaders to support our Living Brands Programme, which is designed for people living with or affected by dementia.
Become a Volunteer Crewmate and support Young Pirates with their literacy, confidence and perseverance. Sessions run weekly at our two ships, so jump aboard and make a difference with the Literacy Pirates!
The Hospice is looking for volunteers to help in the running of our café in our Community Hub, on the ground floor of the hospice. Our café sells a range of freshly made sandwiches, snacks, and hot meals. Hot and cold drinks also served.
If you’re social media savvy and interested in learning more about the charity sector whilst making a real difference to people’s daily lives, we’d love to hear from you!!
Free To Be supports particularly vulnerable children to begin to change their stories about who they are, and who they can be.
Although Lymphoma is the fifth most common cancer, it’s still not widely recognised or understood. Help us raise awareness of lymphoma through community activities.
St Joseph’s fundraising team are looking for volunteers to help us raise a significant amount from donated items, at our pop up shop and four-yearly jumble sales. This role is key as we have an urgent need to sort our donated items quickly.
The Drinks Trolley at St Joseph’s Hospices visits our wards twice a day to offer our patients free alcoholic & soft refreshments. It is a much loved service, run entirely by volunteers, who serve a choice of cold drinks&stop for a chat with patients
Rainbow Sisters is a supportive, welcoming and confidential group open to lesbian, bisexual and trans women seeking asylum.
Mentors can play an important role in supporting newly arrived students to settle into school, gain confidence, achieve their full potential and access opportunities available to them.
Passionate about sustainable fashion and want to make a difference in your community? Give a little of your time to volunteer in one of our shops.
Free to Be run adventurous, nature based residentials to give vulnerable young people a space to have fun and to feel invited and accepted.