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2-3 hours per week/ one afternoon a week (flexible)
Do you have a little time to spare each week to become a Volunteer Befriender? We are currently looking for friendly people to support our residents in and around the local community.
The days and times of all volunteering is discussed and agreed with the volunteer, client, and staff beforehand to suit all parties. Typically, this role would be one afternoon visit of around 1-2 hours per week, but more or less time can be arranged.
We are currently looking for a volunteer to engage with a 60+ lady and support her in getting out and about into the community.
2-3 hours per week / fortnightly
Do you play an instrument and love to entertain? We are currently looking for a volunteer to support some of our residents with singing and playing instruments.
2-3 days per week
We are looking for a Volunteer who is happy to work with residents, service staff, the local community and lead our group of dedicated volunteers.
Sunday 12 September 2021
09:20 to 15:30
We are currently recruiting for support volunteers to help cheer on our runners taking part in the Great North Run!
3 hour sessions every Friday between the hours of 9.30am-2pm, 17th Sept-26th Nov
We are currently recruiting a volunteer to assist with one of our Can Do Projects in Liverpool.
Suggested commitment is twice per week, however, volunteers are able to give their time flexibly in mutual agreement with the service they are volunteering with, but a regular commitment is appreciated
To help with the upkeep of the service in general garden activities or to provide additional support to people who use our services on a 1-1 or group basis, independently or with other staff/volunteers dependent on activity/numbers taking part.
Minimum of 1 day a week
Minimum of 3 months
We are offering a fantastic opportunity to participate in a community allotment project. You would be responsible for working on the allotment under direction & assisting Leonard Cheshire residents and other community partners to use the space.
Minimum of 2 hours a week – flexibly arranged with the programme coordinator.
We are currently recruiting for a Can Do Research Volunteer will assist the Programme Coordinator to help identify opportunities for community engagement, delivery locations and partners.
Minimum of 1 hour a week – flexibly arranged with the programme coordinator.
We are currently recruiting for a number of Digital Inclusion Volunteers to help consolidate the new knowledge that people have gained during their online digital lessons.