Category: Fundraising

NICS Wellbeing

Community Events Co-ordinators
Opportunity: Community Events Co-ordinators
• Plan, organise and execute seasonal wellbeing events (eg winter gala, summer fun day)
• Develop timelines, schedules and checklists for smooth execution.
• Assign tasks and mange volunteer schedules.
• Ensure permits, risk assessments and insurance are secured.
• Collaborate with marketing for event promotion.
• Manage event registration processes.
• Engage with the community for feedback and incorporate it into planning.
• Nurture relationships with local business and stakeholders.
• Develop and manage event budgets.
• Source and co-manage sponsorships and donations.
• Collect feedback to evaluate success and provide detailed reports and recommendations for future events.
Requirements: Creativity, Ability to organise events from beginning to end, implement deadlines and meet individual and team goals. Lived experience with mental health or additional need is a positive asset to this role and the team. You will receive an induction and training.
Location: Primary Event Venue: Woodfield Social and Sports Club, Woodfield Avenue Penn, WV4 4AF
Office: 28 Cleveland Street Wolverhampton WV1 3HT
Hours: Flexible, events are mainly on weekends.
Expenses: Yes, Travel expense only
DBS: Yes
Our social mission is to empower people with lived experience of mental health and additional needs to live their best lives.

South Staffordshire Narrow Boat

Opportunity: Crew Members and or Skippers
To operate the Ernest Thomas II during canal boat trips for the elderly, disabled etc . Full training will be given free of charge to NCBA qualification.
To help with bookings etc
Fund Raising
Due to the age of the boat, we are trying to raise £200,000 over the next two years to fund a new all electric boat.
The maintenance of Ernest Thomas II and mooring involving cleaning, painting, electrical and mechanical repairs as needed.
Requirements: The trips can be a little physical so being relative fit is beneficial other than that just a willing pair of hands as training will be given. Induction and training is also provided.
Location: The Ernest Thomas II is moored in Castlecroft Lane WV3 8JU. Canal trips are run north to Aldersley , as far south as The Round Oak Pub in Wombourne all are return trips.
Hours: Volunteers can choose which days/trips to take part in. The trips are run on a seasonal basis normally from the end of March through to end of October. Trips will either commence at 10am and finish at 4.00pm depending on the length of the trip and how busy the canal is during the summer.
Expenses: No
We are planning two open days this year, the first is 27th March 2024 .Interested Volunteers are welcome to visit us at Castlecroft Lane to have a look round , talk to current volunteers and if interested arrange a taster trip.

Muscular Dystrophy UK

MDUK Fundraising Ambassador
Opportunity: MDUK Fundraising Ambassador
Speaking about Muscular Dystrophy UK and the work of the charity. Feeding back to the Regional Development Manger on events, Key individuals and our next actions.
Helping us to recruit volunteers
Attending events and meetings on behalf of MDUK.
Introducing Regional Development Manger to local business and community organisations.
There is a volunteer induction and there is also a volunteers handbook
Requirements: Good communication skills. Enthusiasm and commitment to supporting the work of MDUK, teamwork and leadership skills, ability to build relationships and flexibility.
Location: Online, remote work
Hours: 2/3 hours a week. Minimum period 6 months .Maximum period 2 years but can be extended.
Expenses: Yes Expenses paid must be pre-agreed and reasonable .The volunteer handbook contains more information on this.
DBS: Yes
Muscular Dystrophy UK is the leading charity for over 60 muscle wasting and weakening conditions. They support those affected by muscle wasting diseases and fundraise for new research in the field. MDUK needs more volunteers to help get their local community involved in fundraising and raising awareness for charity

Race Against Blood Cancer

Volunteer Development Officer

Opportunity: Volunteer Development Officer
Regular support and contact from your Community Engagement team duties will include : To manage the smooth day to day running of the Volunteer Recruitment Programme , ensuring the effective recruitment and retention of volunteers ,which includes recruitment campaigns to increase volunteer numbers, advertising, interviewing , induction programme , matching them to the appropriate Community Engagement Mangers , organising training from both inside and outside the organisation and encouraging their development whilst with us .Provide an advisory service on volunteer management .Develop a network of volunteer Co-ordinators to support Community Engagement Mangers . To be responsible for the accurate recording and security of personnel records and computer database for all volunteers in line with data protection legislation and confidentiality requirements. In create and review annually role descriptions for each volunteer role within the Community Engagement team. Support the management of volunteer expenses, reimburse, maintain records of expenses and deal with any anomalies. Responsible for keeping the volunteer handbook up to date and ensuring each volunteer receives a copy.
Requirements: Ability to work in a team, self-motivation and innovation, a friendly and confident manner in person, on the phone and in email, research skills and good Microsoft skills, an interest in or knowledge in communications and marketing.
Location: Homebased
Hours: Flexible 1-2 days per week , minimum of 6 months
Expenses: TBC
DBS: No DBS required but a reference is needed
To increase the diversity on the stem cell register to give everyone an equal chance of finding a lifesaving match regardless of their ethnicity.

Race Against Blood Cancer

Community Relationship Builder & Community Champion

Opportunity: Community Relationship Builder
The success of local engagement is based on developing good relationships in the local community. You will work alongside your local Community Engagement Manger
Research key individuals and organisations according to the priorities of the local community engagement team. Initiate approaches to target audiences .Assist with applications for support .Keep your local community engagement team informed of approaches and outcomes .Liaise with staff and other volunteers to ensure interest generated is followed up appropriately , update records on the database
Community Champion
Liaise with your local Community Engagement Manger with regard to new and /or existing contacts in the community. Deliver engaging and motivational talks using prepared scripts as guide .Keep a record of approaches made and talks given and occasionally represent the charity at local events and cheque presentations.
Requirements: Community Relationship Builder Excellent Communication skills , Confidence and the ability to enthuse others and gain their support , organisation and research skills ,Self-motivation and the ability to work independently
Community Champion Good communication skills and in particular, confidence in public speaking, ability to work on own initiative with good organisational skills .Willingness to ask people to support the charity through volunteering or fundraising.
Location: Community Relationship Builder : Homebase
Community Champion: Community based
Hours: Flexible 4-6 hours per week , minimum of 3 months
Expenses: TBC
DBS: No DBS required but a reference is needed.
To increase the diversity on the stem cell register to give everyone an equal chance of finding a lifesaving match regardless of their ethnicity.

NCT Wolverhampton

One Day Event Nearly New Sale Volunteer

One Day Event Saturday 1st April 2023
Nearly New Sale Volunteer.
• Volunteering on the day for an event
• Help set up tables and rails
• Answer queries from parents
• Welcome parents at the entrance and thank them when leaving
• Process payments at tills
• Help tidy at the end of the event
Requirements: Friendly and approachable (Online training is provided)
Location: Springdale Methodist Church, Warstone Road ,Penn ,Wolverhampton ,WV4 4LF
Hours: All day or morning or afternoon shift
Expense: Yes Travel expenses only
NCT is an advocate, guide and friend for parents through their first 1,000 days (from conception to 2 years). NCT offers information and support in pregnancy, birth and early parenthood, campaigns to improve maternity care and ensure better services and facilities for new parents, aims to give every parent the chance to make informed choices and wants to make sure that everyone has access to our service and activities.

The Way Youth Zone


Opportunity: Fundraisers
This role will involve Supporting the Head of Fundraising with a range of fundraising activity including major donors and patrons, grants and trusts, bid writing , direct marketing , community fundraising etc.
Requirements: Understanding of importance of fundraising to the charity .Experience of one or more fundraising disciplines willingness to work hard and learn new skills
Location: The Way Youth Zone ,Wolverhampton ,WV3 ONR
Hours: Flexible Monday-Saturday including some evenings and weekends
Ongoing commitment needed of 8 hours a week
Expenses: Yes –travel expenses only
DBS: Yes
Informal training will be provided.
Our Youth Zone aims to be inspirational, sending a clear message that the young people of Wolverhampton matter as soon as they enter. The Way offers young people the best in class facilities and opportunities to access a range of activities. The Way is a brand that reflects the values our Youth Zone represent, which are to be unique, welcoming and diverse and to provide opportunity and support.

Hope Into Action Black Country Marketing and Fundraising

Collection4Clothes Door to Door charity bag packing

Compton Care eBay Volunteering opportunities! -eBay Depop Seller -Volunteer eBay Photographer -Volunteer eBay Dispatch and Warehouse Volunteer

National Trust – Moseley Old Hall

Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity

Royal Society for Blind Children

Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity

Opportunities: (including brief role description)Woodland Walk Organiser

You will help organise a Woodland Walk to raise funds for its Woodland House Appeal, to bring a brand-new, purpose-built bereavement centre to the hospital for families experiencing pregnancy or baby loss. This sponsored walk will be one of a series of local, community -run walks taking place across the Midlands in a local park, a nearby country park or a favourite nature trail. You can personalise the walk to your community with Kids Activity Zones, catering, remembrance ceremonies etc. The Regional Fundraiser will support you. 

Your duties will be to:       

Investigate and decide on a suitable walk venue & route; Complete a Risk Assessment for the event;
Promote via social media, posters, leaflets, local press Complete all relevant event planning documents;
Recruit volunteers and helpers to help run the event; Contact and welcome registrants, remind them to raise sponsorship /set up a Just Giving page to raise donations;
Organise ‘on the day’ activities and send out instructions to attendees and volunteers prior to the event;
Keep accurate records of all participants and volunteers, in line with data protection/ GDPR guidelines;
Source local sponsorship to help cover the event cost; Send a thank you to attendees & volunteers post event; Send all donations raised to the Charity after the event.  

Requirements/ Skills Sought: A passion for organising with contacts in the community, great communication skills and a keenness to both plan and budget.

Hours:Planning to start now and the time required will increase as the date approaches. A fortnightly catch up on the phone with a representative from the Hospital Charity.
Location/Address:Volunteer Organisers choice.

Walk to be arranged in late Summer/ Early Autumn.
DBS Check:Yes
Referral type:Referral by Volunteer Centre
Other information:You will receive constant support from the Regional Fundraiser as well as a full information and planning pack including risk assessment ready for you to use.

Compton Care – Fundraising

The Shaw Mind Foundation

Marie Curie

RAF Association (RAFA)


Acorns Walsall

Beacon Centre

Beacon Centre

Black Country Neurological Alliance

Black Country Neurological Alliance

Guide Dogs

Motor Neuron Disease Association (MNDA)

MND Association

MS Society

NCT Wolverhampton

NCT Wolverhampton




RNIB – Box Collector

Royal National Institute for the Blind - RNIB


Royal National Institute for the Blind - RNIB



Tenovus Cancer Care

Tenovus Cancer Care

Victim Support

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial