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.
We support individuals who are supported by their family members at home. Groups include adults with physical or learning difficulties, people with long term progressive conditions (MS, Parkinson, dementia) and elderly people. Volunteers spend 1:1 time with the person and take part in various activities
Befrienders required for the Community Alcohol Related Damages Service. The main activity for the volunteer over the next few months will be to engage with service staff to be trained remotely by watching videos.
Our aim is to support people who are lonely and need some social interaction with weekly contact. Ultimately the role is designed to adapt to the service user’s needs for social contact. Befrienders are there to listen, to talk and to understand, offering a friendly ear to someone who may feel isolated.
We're looking for drivers with their own vehicles to support door step drops of pre-cooked meals coming from our cook school.
Volunteering to be a kindness caller will help reduce social isolation and loneliness and provide a check in service for those who are stuck in their homes. This can be done through our new telephone check in service, text message or face time call to our existing service users and anyone who needs us.
Volunteering to be a Digital Kindness Supporter will help people living with our conditions who may be isolated and stuck in their homes access information and support to enable them to stay as healthy as possible. You'll help by spreading the word about our advice helpline through your social media.
Online Befrienders spend 1-2 hours per week with a child/young person who has been referred to the Positive Transitions service. Befrienders are there to listen, to talk, and to understand to help encourage a successful transition in the young person’s life.