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We are currently looking for new volunteer drivers to help us complete our weekly collections and deliveries, so if you have a UK driving licence and have a passion for sustainable living in Nottingham, then we would love to hear from you!
Would you like to be part of a social enterprise...
Here is a great opportunity to use your organisational, administration and committee skills to support the development Literacy Volunteers, a long-established and respected organisation that helps to instil the love of books and reading into children.
Groundwork Greater Nottingham (GGN) is hoping to reduce loneliness and isolation in older people in Nottingham. As a befriending volunteer you will be matched with an older person who lives in the project area; you will provide opportunities for much needed companionship and social interaction....
To provide community based bereavement support to children, young people and their families in Nottinghamshire, at times and a location to be agreed.
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.
You don't need to have green fingers o become part of a great team of volunteers and staff at Arkwright Meadows Community Garden. This is a spring and summer opportunity to be involved in keeping the hedges under control.
This may not be the most glamorous of volunteer roles, but every garden needs a bit of muck to make things grow. Come and join the team for a few hours of physical activity and tea drinking. This is an autumn and winter opportunity.
You don't need to have green fingers, or even to have much experience of gardening to become part of a great team of volunteers and staff at Arkwright Meadows Community Garden. Able to do general gardening tasks, weeding, sowing seeds, mowing etc.
If you love sport and love talking about it with people who have memories of players, athletes, teams and events, this is going to be a lot of fun as well as an oportunity to make a huge difference to the lives of people with dementia.
After much feedback from local visually impaired people, My Sight Nottinghamshire has developed a new Peer support group, each group consists of 6 sessions held on a weekly basis.