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Your volunteering opportunities
One to two hours weekly or fortnightly
CALLING ALL MUSICIANS Come and make some music with us. We love all kinds of music and would love you to come and entertain us. We don't mind what type of music or instrument and if we could sing along that would be even better.
One to two hours a week or fortunately.
CHECKMATE! Can you play chess and spare a few hours either weekly or fortnightly? We have a residents who loves to play but no opponent's.
Two to three hours a week and by agreement
Do you enjoy driving and visiting new places - then we need you now. To take our residents on days out to garden centres, cafes, the theatre and more. We have a variety of different size vechiles includeing a mini bus so training would be required.
Two to Three hours weekly, fortnightly or monthly.
Can be as flexible as needed.
Could you help our residents have fun with clay and develop their fine motor skills?
We would love a regular commitment either weekly, fortnightly or monthly but can be as flexible as you need.
Then we need your help!
A project length initially of up to 12 weeks, with scope to extend the period of time if both the volunteer and Coordinator are happy.
Our Can Do project supports and encourage the growth of young adults and teenagers within Conwy. We're looking for a volunteer to support in planning and assisting in delivery sessions and researching opportunities within the local area.
This is a flexible role where the time commitment will depend on appointment, activity or outing. Some journeys will be local to our area, these can be outings, or appointments but others may be further a field. All journeys will be agreed in advance with the volunteer driver.
We are looking for friendly volunteers to drive our residents on day trips, as well as to hospital appointments. Our residents enjoy outings local to us, such as National Trust properties, shopping, London museums as well as trips to the seaside.
About 2 hours on Sunday mornings; 10am-12md
This is a lovely voluntary role supporting a quiet man to attend 10.30am Sunday morning services at St. Ninian's Chapel, Edinburgh. He is a wheelchar user and the chapel is a short 10 minute walk from the client's supported living accommodation.
Our befriender roles normally only require a commitment of 1-3 hours per visit per week or fortnight (or even less if necessary) to fit in with the client's social time and the volunteer's availability. Every arrangement however is discussed and agreed in detail beforehand so that everyone involved is happy going forward.
This is a truly rewarding opportunity to give a little spare time supporting people with disability in one of our supported living services to enjoy company and pastimes.
Flexible. E.g. 2-3 days per week for 6-month period.
Are you interested in developing a practical resource for Leonard Cheshire International teams on engaging and ensuring the participation of DPOs (and disabled people) in the delivery of team objectives?