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Volunteer at children's holidays for kids who don't get to go away. Join in with whatever fun and games the week may bring. To get wet, stay awake, sing, dance, laugh, play games, ride bikes, climb, swim and lots more! Volunteers must be sensible and aware: help, listen, support, encourage and mediate.
Campus Children's Holidays
Volunteers are needed to be group leaders for children aged 8-13 from inner city Liverpool. As a group leader your children are your responsibility, you sleep in different rooms from your children, but you have to get them up, dressed and ready for their day. Activities range from swimming, laser quest, a day at the beach, theme park visits, cycling etc.
WasteBusters will act as advocates for waste reduction within their communities and campus. You can do this through: promoting upcycling, reuse, home composting and the Love Food Hate Waste campaign at events or by talking to groups. You can also join other WasteBusters at events all around Essex. Regular training events are held throughout the year and expenses, support and resources are provided. Get in touch to find out more.
Cambridgeshire Human Rights and Equality Support Service (CHESS) is looking for case workers to provide and effective advice and advocacy service to individuals who have suffered from discrimination or harassment while living in, working, or visiting the City of Cambridge and Cambridgeshire.
The project will help families to make positive changes so they no longer need to be on a protection plan or have a social worker. Each family will be carefully matched to a volunteer who will visit on a regular basis and provide practical help, advice, support, and a listening ear.
Receptionist volunteers are needed on the reception desk to assist members of staff with answering phones, checking messages, welcoming people, and any other duties that staff may need help with.
Breakfast volunteers are needed to do kitchen duties e.g. serving breakfast, cleaning, tidying kitchen etc.
Volunteers come in during the day to spend time with guests, checking in, playing games, getting involved with running workshops etc.
Evening volunteers are needed to help serve meals and engage with guests. Few kitchen duties are involved.
Volunteers will assist a guest or two to help prepare and serve basic lunch meals for guests, staff, and volunteers. This enables guests to learn a life skill.
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