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British Heart Foundation – Furniture Store

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Deaf World

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‘One-off’ Volunteering

Interested in ‘One-off’ Volunteering Opportunities ?

The two organisations (below) are looking for Volunteers to give their time to volunteer on a one-off basis:

All Saints Action Network (ASAN) Christmas Fayre

Saturday 30th November, 4pm – 8pm   

(one-day commitment)

Several roles are available:

1)      Volunteer to set up and pack down

2)      Volunteer helpers for Santa

3)      Volunteer helpers on stalls

4)      Volunteer for general duties

 The Christmas Fayre will take place at The Workspace, All Saints Road, Wolverhampton WV2 1EL

Wolverhampton Church Shelter

Short term commitment

(or ongoing if you prefer)

The Shelter provide beds overnight for homeless people and support them into accommodation, training and employment

Two roles are available:

1)      Overnight Volunteer (8pm to 8am)

2)      Evening Volunteer (8pm to 11pm)

The Church Shelter is located in the city centre on Waterloo Road

Interested ?

Please get in touch and tell us which volunteer role you’d like to do

Tel:  01902 328980 

Email:  wtonvolunteers@wolverhamptonvsc.org.uk

The Haven Wolverhampton – For Women

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One Million Mentors

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World Mental Health Day 2019

On World Mental Health Day remember to look after your own mental health and wellbeing. We all need to be able to reach out when we need help, and notice when others need our support.

Volunteering is a great way to look after your own mental health and wellbeing by helping others and getting involved with the local community.

There are lots of opportunities to befriend and support others who may need some encouragement, including people who may feel lonely and isolated.

Feel good about yourself and Volunteer 😊 

Contact us to find out about the opportunities available.

Email:  wtonvolunteers@wolverhamptonvsc.org.uk

Tel:  01902 328980

Mentoring Charity looking for Volunteer Mentors

National Mentoring Day 25th October 2019

Mentoring Charity looking for Volunteer Mentors

Children’s charity Mentor Link is a National Schools Mentoring Award winner delivering dedicated mentoring and counselling service to schools across the West Midlands.

Mentor Link provides long term one to one social and emotional support to vulnerable and distressed children.  The charity professionally recruits and trains volunteer Mentors, to listen to and support young people who may be facing difficulties such as anxiety, low self- esteem, bereavement, family breakdown, self-harm, relationships with others.  Our aim is to create a more positive attitude towards themselves and learning.  The well-being of these young people forms the focus of our work.

Eve’s Story

When Eve was referred to our service she had no self- confidence, her parents had divorced and she didn’t see her dad. There were members of the family who had mental health problems and autism. Eve had to care for members of her family.

Eve was mentored by Christine one of our trained volunteers.  The mentoring support helped Eve become more self- confident and secure a place at college to study Childcare.

We are currently recruiting more volunteer mentors in your area.  No qualifications are necessary, you just need to be a good listener, and role model with an interest in supporting young people, are able to commit to a minimum of six months volunteering, 1 hour a week with referred children generally during school hours.

Mentor Link is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This role is subject to safer recruitment checks, including 2 satisfactory references and an Enhanced DBS certificate.   Induction training, and ongoing training is provided free of charge and travelling expenses paid.

We welcome enquiries from parents’, schools, health professionals or community organisations.

Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer Mentor, or would like to support the charity raising awareness about their invaluable work; organising fundraising events contact enquiries@mentorlink.org.uk or Head Office on 01299 822336.

www.mentorlink.org.uk

Registered charity number 1169026.

Elias Mattu Foundation Macmillian Coffee Morning

The Elias Mattu Foundation will be holding a Macmillian Coffee Morning

Saturday 12th October 10am – 1pm

At Brickkiln Community Centre, Cherry Street, Wolverhampton        WV3 0QW

Narrindar Slatch will holding a Forever Living aloe bars where she hand out free samples of aloe drinking gels for people to try.

Families are encouraged to bring their Elderly Relatives.

If you would like get involved or would like to donate food toward the event,  contact Asha Mattu 07904 310530 or Manjit Kaur Sidhu 0742 717 3171

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Creative Black Country

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Zebra Access

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Come and Volunteer at Funny Things 2019!

 Funny Things Festival

26th October to 2nd November 2019

We are looking for some volunteers to join the Funny Things 2019 team for this years festival!

Funny Things will be celebrating a wide range of comedians and artists from across the Black Country and further afield. Not only will there be plenty of stand-up on offer, we’ve also got lined up: funny theatre, spoken word, music, film, family activities, talks and workshops.

If you are 18 or above and would like to get involved, we’d love to hear from you!

For more information and to receive a registration pack please send an expression of interest to paige.funnythings@gmail.com by Friday 20th September 2019. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

Twitter: @FunnyThingsBC

http://funny-things.co.uk/

Funny Things Festival:  26th October – 2nd November 2019

The Access Project

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Respond

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New Opportunity to start September

Do you want to work with Children, Young People and Families?

Are you compassionate, caring and hardworking?

As a Children’s Centre Supervisor you will supervise parents and their children. The role will involve helping parents and children with creative activities and escorting them to outdoor activities including parks, eateries and other public places. You will need a polite telephone manner and good computer skills to answer phone-calls and compile emails etc. You must have a full clean DBS and access to a car with a full clean driving licence. You will need to commit for at least a year from September 2019 and be available day-times, weekends and evenings for a minimum of 6 hours a week.

The Arts of Change (AoC) in Dudley would love to hear from you if you are reliable, patient, mature, friendly and have experience of working with children, young people or families. A background in teaching, early years, social work or similar is desirable, though not essential.

This will be a rewarding opportunity where you will receive full training and ongoing support within a caring and friendly team. Also, great for your CV.

Please contact us for further details.

The Way Youth Zone

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Volunteering Matters

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Mentor Link

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POhWER

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The Haven Wolverhampton

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Weston Park

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Midlands Animal Rescue Team

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Changing Lives

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Secure

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Old Tree Nursery

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National Trust – Moseley Old Hall

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Darkhouse Toddler Group

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Woodlands Quaker Home

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Black Country Urban Industrial Mission

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Staffordshire Restorative Justice Hub

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British Heart Foundation

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Seasons Greetings and Christmas Closure

The Volunteer Centre will close at 2pm on Monday 24th December and re-open on Wednesday 2nd January at the usual time of 10am.

Wolverhampton Volunteers wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. We hope you enjoy a relaxing festive break.

Season’s Greetings

 

Ranger and Countryside Service (Council)

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Blind Veterans UK

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Citizens Advice – Home Library Service

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Wolverhampton Sickle Cell Care

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Wolverhampton Church Shelter

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Restart Enterprise

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Good Shepherd Services

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HMP Oakwood

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Give Us A Break

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Inland Waterways Association

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Samaritans Wolverhampton

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Alzec Vision

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South Staffs Water

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Base 25

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x2y LGBT Youth Group

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Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust

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Gloucester Street Community Centre

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Gloucester Street Community Centre

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Positive Participation

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