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We offer free training courses to members of the local community from all backgrounds to learn about domestic abuse, challenge the stereotypes surrounding it and how to listen to, believe and direct survivors to support.
Looking for 3 applicants to be involved with our social media team
Could you help to celebrate and encourage our team of runners on race day at the Great North Run? Help them around the course by making some noise and showing them some Teenage Cancer Trust love. Join our team today.
Could you help to capture the amazing atmosphere of the Great North Run and create keepsakes for our team of runners? Bring your photography skills to race day to snap our fundraisers and volunteers in image form. Join us at our cheer point.
This is an excellent opportunity to join our involved customer group and empower you to be able to influence our business decisions. No experience is necessary just a willingness to take part!
This opportunity is for individuals who are living within 10 miles of the FRADE Northallerton store, 159 High Street, Northallerton, DL7 8JZ.
Volunteer Befrienders provide telephone or face to face support for lonely/isolated residents of Hartlepool who live alone, building their confidence to access social groups and get out and about in the community.
Impact: Our Community teams are key in ensuring we support the community.
An exciting opportunity to be a part of a local event to improve and gain experience in photographing sports. Develop your photography skills capturing novice to elite athletes swimming, biking and running in and around Hartlepool Marina.
If you would like to get involved but are worried about how much time you can give, then our Actions to Impact micro-volunteering role is something you can do to raise awareness of diabetes and spread our message that diabetes is relentless.
Sense Virtual Buddying volunteers make a real difference to supporting young people and adults who may be lonely or isolated. Sense matches volunteers with disabled people to meet for an hour a week on Zoom or over the phone.
We're looking for volunteers to support with a new project supporting girls to build confidence and self-esteem in secondary schools. The role will involve being part of group sessions with girls to discuss the issues that are relevant to their lives
North Ormesby Football Club are on the look out for an enthusiastic and reliable person to manage/coach our new up and coming under 7 team.
The Therapeutic Care Team offer volunteer experiences across all South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust sites.
Stokesley Youth Group takes place throughout the school term time, once a week, in a local hall. The children and young people who attend are aged 7 - 11.
Red Balloons' Volunteer Peer Supporters offer people a safe space to talk about their mental health and how they feel while encouraging people to use physical activity to improve their mental and physical wellbeing.
We have three different types of 12-week Virtual Volunteering opportunities at YHA. Social Media Volunteer, Volunteer Videographer and Virtual Fundraiser Volunteer.
Nightstop prevents homelessness through community hosting. It helps people who are in immediate housing crisis by providing safe accommodation in the homes of vetted volunteers called ‘hosts’.
Two roles are available in the Learning By Heart leadership team, in HR & Recruitment, and Fundraising & Communications.
Assist Women's Network are looking for an experienced individual, who can support across a range of PR and Media functions. We are an inclusive and ever evolving, supportive network in the Tees Valley, who promote connections for likeminded women.
Positive Pathways is our homelessness prevention programme in Middlesbrough, specifically designed to help people with experience of homelessness moving forward in life focusing on developing a broad range of life skills.
We need volunteers to provide emotional support and practical help to bereaved families, witnesses and others attending Inquests at the Coroner’s Court. Our volunteers at court also provide help and assistance to the Coroner’s Officers, if required.
We are looking for volunteers to support with our 8 week self-esteem courses in local primary schools. The role involves working alongside a Rubies leader to support girls to increase self-esteem, build resilience and stay safe.
To support and develop AUKT activities and groups. We currently offer a wide range of social groups and activities across 4 boroughs, including Walk and Talk sessions, Coffee mornings, Allotments, Pop-Up cafes, Social and Breakfast clubs
Rubies works with girls in Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland to help them increase self-esteem, build resilience and stay safe.
We are always looking for volunteers to help out in our charity shop. It is a great way to meet people. You can help collect and sort goods, serve customers, create eye catching displays and more. It is also a great way to boost your CV.