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Offered by: Barnardo's (Nottingham Shop)

We are looking for volunteers to join our friendly community store in St Ann's. You will be working with people passionate about good customer service and have fun running our shop!

Offered by: Barnardo's (Nottingham Shop)

Support the staff with various tasks in the kitchen environment ensuring the residents and guests receive a high level of customer service and an enjoyable dining experience

Offered by: Barnardo's (Nottingham Shop)
Offered by: Autism East Midlands

Help support our sessions by helping to set up, support the children & young people take part in activities and generally support the session co-ordinator. This role offers excellent experience for individuals who want to work in social care.

Offered by: And Sew It Begins

Your role will support the whole group by helping with activity monitoring, financial control and reporting, allowing the group leader to concentrate on supporting those vulnerable people.

Offered by: Albany House

Make a visible difference to the lives of vulnerable older people by providing a friendly face, and spending some time with them.

Offered by: Age Concern Eastwood

You are invited to help support our service for 25 to 30 older people by volunteering to help to set up, run and clear away the lunch club which runs Monday to Thursday.

Offered by: Age Concern Eastwood

We are currently looking for new trustees to join our board to support our work with older people in Eastwood

Offered by: Action Tutoring

Action Tutoring is an exciting education charity that supports young people facing socio-economic disadvantage to achieve a meaningful level of academic attainment. We partner high-quality volunteer tutors with secondary school pupils.

Offered by: Age Concern Eastwood

You will transport some of our isolated members to and from the Centre. This is an extremely rewarding role as most of these members only leave their homes the days they attend the Centre so their appreciation is very touching.

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