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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.
Cambridge and Coleridge Athletics Club
Coaching Assistants support coaches in young athletes’ sessions, including helping to organize and supervise groups of young people at athletic training sessions. The training sessions take place all year and ideally the applicant will be available through both the winter and summer. We are particularly interested in young people who are willing to help these sessions be fun and safe for the children between 11 and 14 years old.
Supporting coaches at athletic training sessions, particularly for the 11-14 year old age group.
Shepreth Wildlife Park
Duties include: general husbandry of all species on an assigned section (East, West, South, Education Department, or Horticulture).
Volunteering in the Education Centre covers handling animals with pupils of all ages and the general public (training is provided).
You will volunteer in the Hedgehog Hospital as a volunteer hedgehog carer who will be assigned a day (or more, if you wish) per week to come into the hospital to ensure all the hedgehogs are fed and their crates cleaned.
Cambridge Festival of Ideas
We need volunteers to steward events at this year’s Festival of Ideas either on weekday evenings (14–27 October) or on the main Saturday...
Promoting Dementia Adventure and our mission at local community events such as dementia and memory cafes, Peoples Postcode Lottery events, Women’s Institute, Rotary, U3A...
Cancer Research UK (Cambridge)
Join the Shine Volunteer Team and support thousands of people raising millions towards life-saving research. You can be a part of the volunteers helping...
Born to be Beautiful
Assistant to the CEO in all administrative tasks. Monitoring and answering emails, filing, organising merchandise and team calender.
Assistant to the CEO in researching fundraising opportunities and writing fundraising bids. This is a wonderful opportunity to use your writing and persuasion skills to...
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