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  • Veseyans Rugby Club logo

    Physiotherapy Volunteer

    Veseyans Rugby Club

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    You will be gaining invaluable real world experience alongside the club's qualified physiotherapist to support your academic knowledge. You will be involved in treating players and monitoring their rehabilitation to ensure they are at their peak. Don't miss this opportunity to add to your experience whilst becoming a valuable member of the Veseyans team! Must have some experience of physiotherapy or sports therapy.

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithCommunity, Disability and Health
  • Wednesbury RUFC logo

    RFU All Schools Programme

    Wednesbury RUFC

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Wednesbury RUFC have just finished the first year of the All Schools Programme, a national project which encourages secondary school pupils to play more rugby both in and out of school. Your role in this project would be to deliver outreach sessions to pupils in school to encourage them to get more involved with the sport and pass on your passion for rugby.

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Disability and Health
    • Skills
  • Wednesbury RUFC logo

    Girls Rugby Scheme

    Wednesbury RUFC

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Act as girls rugby mentor and help the younger players continue their development and passion for the sport at an age where many girls teams are hard to find and players leave the sport. You will help with training sessions and the operational side of the team. You will also be given the freedom and responsibility to work on the marketing of the girls’ team and try to increase the memberships. In order to be successful in this role some key qualities you will need are: A knowledge and passion for women’s rugby Enthusiasm for working with young people A creative and innovative approach to engage young players

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Disability and Health
    • Skills
  • Spurgeons logo

    Young Carers Support Volunteer

    Spurgeons

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Wolverhampton Young Carers Service offers 8-18 year olds respite from their caring role. Young carers are children who help care for someone within their family. That person maybe parents, siblings, grandparent or other relative who may be affected by physically disability, mental health conditions, substance misuse, any long term illness etc. The service offers free transport to and from the centre. Confidential one-one support, information and advice, an activity break, make friends and have fun.

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithSafety and Welfare, Support, Information and Advice
    • Skills
  • African Caribbean Community Initiative (ACCI) logo

    ACCI Befriender Volunteers

    African Caribbean Community Initiative (ACCI)

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Volunteers are an essential part of ACCI. We have roles as befrienders, who are needed to provide support to service users, spending time with a client each week, alleviating the oppressive and destructive feeling of loneliness. We also welcome volunteer help with • Website updates/maintenance • Outreach Service • Carers Support Group

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Disability and Health, Support, Information and Advice
    • Skills
  • National Memorial Arboretum - Alrewas logo

    Front of House Volunteer

    National Memorial Arboretum - Alrewas

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Those joining the Arboretum’s team of enthusiastic and dedicated Front of House Volunteers have the opportunity to get involved in a wide range of activities, including meeting and greeting, reception duties, leading walks and will give presentations. Volunteers also act as guides, steward at special events, assist the press, buggy drive and look after performers on site. This position would suit a team player with, excellent communication skills, who has experience of, or would like to work with our visitors. Location: Alrewas, Staffordshire

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Conservation and the Environment, Media and the Arts
    • Skills
  • National Memorial Arboretum - Alrewas logo

    Learning Volunteer

    National Memorial Arboretum - Alrewas

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    Learning at the National Memorial Arboretum is changing. With a new learning strategy in place, more children and young people visiting and lots of new resources and activities, we need volunteers to join the dedicated team, helping us to develop and move forward with its plans. This position would suit a team player with excellent communication skills, who enjoys the chance to be out of doors, has a passion for working with children and young people of all ages, a desire to deliver learning in a variety of forms and enjoys exploring and leading others. In addition, particular skills, expertise or interest in humanities, art and design, drama, citizenship, religious Education, English Literature and English Language or Special Educational Needs would be welcome. Location: Alrewas, Staffordshire

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Media and the Arts
    • Skills
  • Wolverhampton Sickle Cell Care are looking for volunteers to aid them in the following areas: • Office administration support • Activities support e.g. outreach activities including assisting with shopping, meal delivery, transportation • Gardening both on site and at service users' homes • Cleaning • Cooking • IT support • Co-ordinating and assisting at events • Marketing including design and information distribution

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Disability and Health, Support, Information and Advice
    • Skills
  • Trailblazers logo

    Volunteer Mentor

    Trailblazers

    This opportunity takes place from 31 Jul 2017.

    To support young men inside prison and, after their release from prison, in the community, to enable them to live responsibly and purposefully without re-offending. Local sites include HMP Brinsford in Wolverhampton.

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithChildren and Young People, Community, Support, Information and Advice
    • Skills
  • Victim Support Wolverhampton logo

    Victim Support Volunteer

    Victim Support Wolverhampton

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    - Working with victims in your community. Providing support, advice and information to assist them to come to terms with the practical, social and emotional impact of the crime. - Supporting witnesses at court, providing a friendly face during a trial. - Finding out what each individual's needs and wishes for support are to help them decide on and access their options. - Consulting with the Volunteer Manager to review the progress of cases where referral to another agency may be necessary. - Community engagement such as giving presentations to outside bodies. - Admin to support volunteers and staff.

    • Opportunity LengthOngoing
    • Volunteering WithCommunity, Support, Information and Advice
    • Skills
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