This week’s top 5 volunteer opportunities
1. Centrepoint need a Gardener, Admin person and IT Tutor
Where: Central House, 25 Camperdown Street, E1 8DZ
80,000 young people experience homelessness every year. Centrepoint gives homeless young people a future, supporting them through housing, education and training. Visit centrepoint.co.uk for more information on their volunteering opportunities.
2. Kith and Kids volunteering opportunities
When: Training starts on 29th Jan 2015
Where: The Irish Centre, Pretoria Road, London. N17 8DX
Kith and Kids need volunteers to support young adults with autism and/or mild learning disabilities to develop employment and life skills on fun daytime sessions in North London.
No experience needed, just enthusiasm and energy! Training, support & travel expenses are offered. Call Rich on 0208 801 7432, email email@example.com or visit their website for further information.
3. Volunteer with The Remakery
When: Apply by 31st January 2015
Interested in writing newsletters, designing flyers, social media, organising and advertising events? Be part of launching an incredible space for their community.
They want to create accessible opportunities for disadvantaged, low-income residents and ultimately contribute to Lambeth Council’s aim of reducing waste destined for landfill. They’re looking for a volunteer who can support on communication, events and/or marketing.
4. Volunteer for Relate
Where: Across London
Relate offer counselling and support for all relationships. Relate Centres are looking for people with time to spare to help with:
- working in a Relate charity shop
- volunteering as a receptionist or administrator
- offering expert support to a Relate Centre e.g. IT support.
Interested? Contact your nearest Relate Centre at relate.org.uk to find opportunities.
5. S.P.I.D. Theatre Company needs volunteers
Where: Ladbroke Grove
S.P.I.D is an award winning professional theatre using site specific theatre to engage people within neglected environments. They are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to support:
- workshop facilitators when leading sessions at
- backstage on performances
- office administration and marketing.
Develop your communication and facilitation skills, work alongside professional theatre makers and learn how to deliver theatre games and exercises.
No previous experience is necessary, but an interest in theatre and a motivation to empower and inspire young people is a must. Apply at voluntarywork.org.uk today.