Mentors spend one hour per week supporting an adult from an ethnic minority community in the areas of language development, employability, education or personal development. Mentor training will be provided via What’s app /Zoom/Skype.
In response to COVID-19, we are looking to take on responsible and regional representatives across the country who could communicate in Mandarin and/or Cantonese to provide general assistance to our Virtual Support Centre over emails and phone calls in English or Chinese. to process Hate Crime
In response to COVID-19, we are looking to take on responsible and regional representatives across the country who could communicate in Mandarin and/or Cantonese to provide general assistance to our Virtual Support Centre over emails and phone calls in English or Chinese. to process Hate Crime.
Lead a group for young adults with autism and learning disabilities to participate in and enjoy. Support staff will be present for the individuals. These groups can be in any area you may be interested in – for example; mediation group, sewing class, dance group, math group, arts and crafts.
Enrich someone's day by giving them that extra little bit of individual help when taking part in activities or by just being there to have a one to one chat and a joke. The clients appreciate your company and you get lots of satisfaction.
Assisting and supporting experienced session youth staff.
We are seeking volunteers with specialist skills we can offer to our service users and/or the organisation. Skills could include haircuts, chiropody, complementary therapies, art therapy, literacy classes, practical support, marketing, fundraising, IT or business skills.
A great opportunity to gain work experience and develop skills in various fields of work as the role at LINKnet will be varied and continuous training will be provided.
We are a relatively small Sea Cadet unit in the EH5 postcode. We require adult members of staff who are committed, prepared to give up two nights per week, weekends in the summer for boating and at other times throughout the year for children aged between 10 and 18.
We are looking for an experienced advice worker to help support our clients at our outreach service.
This role involves using your own lived experiences of eating disorders in a positive way to raise awareness, fight against stigma and campaign for change.
CAPS are looking for people willing to use personal experiences of a Personality Disorder to work as part of a Collective Advocacy Project , to raise awareness, challenge stigma and promote changes in attitudes and services
Do you have personal experience of psychosis? CAPS are looking for people to share their experiences to deliver experience-led training workshops to raise awareness of psychosis, challenge stigma, and promote changes in attitudes and services.
CAPS are looking for people willing to share their personal experiences of Psychosis to deliver experience led training and workshop ,to raise awareness, challenge stigma and promote changes in attitudes and services
To work with children in a variety of settings which might include group work and individual support. To help ensure overall smooth running of club activities including the setting up preparation and the serving of snack as directed by the senior staff
Fostering with Pet Care Network involves taking care of someone's companion animal in your own home for a week or two while their owners are in hospital or respite care.
The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.
The 64th Leith, the Stockbridge Scouts, have been providing Scouting to the Stockbridge Community for over 100 years. We are now in need of additional Cub Leaders to assist at a well run and well established Cub Pack. As part of the Scout Movement, our aim and the aim of Scouting is to promote development.
The Aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities
Assist running the Cub or Scout group on Friday evenings.