Category: Children & Youth

Dentaid -BrightBites

Children’s oral health educator volunteer.

Opportunity: Children’s oral health educator volunteer.
We need volunteers who are willing to go along to their local nurseries, schools, childcare settings & organisations that work with young children and their families to deliver the project.
We would really like to target areas of high social deprivation where oral health needs of children are often greater, therefore we are relying on volunteers’ local knowledge to target these areas.
We would like volunteers to get in touch with schools, nurseries and groups to offer to go along and deliver the Brightbites programme.
Support can be provided upon request. All resources to support the volunteer are provided and sent prior to the session, including a PowerPoint presentation, leaflets, stickers, posters, a mouth model, a t-shirt and toothbrush and toothpaste for every child seen.
Requirements: Confidence to provide an engaging session, no clinical qualifications required
Location: Local schools. Childcare settings/organisations
Hours: Monday-Friday daytime generally, can be weekends/school holidays if arranged
Expenses: No
DBS: Yes
Help us improve oral health in the UK and overseas.

Together In Penn Fields at Lea Road Community Church

Community drop in ,Youth club volunteer , Girls Youth group volunteer .

Opportunity: Community Drop in
To volunteer with members of the local community in various activities connected with healthy lifestyle, improving English language skills and confidence building. Also to help with art and crafts sessions and sports activities for children and young people (All ages)
Youth Club Volunteer
To work with a range of sports, games and craft activities, depending on the skills of the volunteer. Big emphasis on befriending services and mentoring young people to build aspirations and guide them through struggles of school and day to day life. (Ages 10-18 years)
Girls Youth Group (Female Leaders only)
To support young girls to feel included, safe and supported in society and within their community. To help run workshops on specific tasks and topics tackling barriers young girls face today (Ages 11-18)
Requirements : Friendly, approachable, happy to join in and enjoys meeting and talking with other adults and children. Reliable and trustworthy.
Flexible/Open Ended. A weekly commitment preferred however can be less often depending on availability of the volunteer. This will be discussed.
Location: Lea Road Community Church , Lea Road , Wolverhampton , WV3 0LW
Hours: Flexible/Open Ended. A weekly commitment preferred however can be less often depending on availability of the volunteer. This will be discussed.
Community Drop In: Tuesday 4pm- 7pm
Youth Club: Wednesday 6pm-8pm
Girls Youth Group: Thursday 5pm-7pm
Expenses: Travel expenses can be made available
DBS: Yes Provided
We are a welcoming, Inclusive and diverse building and respect all people entering the building on what beliefs, race, values they hold.
We are requiring volunteers who are welcoming of all the above.

Together In Penn Fields at Lea Road Community Church

Women’s only group ,Parent& Toddler group, Food Project/Bank volunteer .

Opportunity: Women’s only Group
To support and get involved in a wide variety of activities including light exercise, crafts, befriending and guidance.
Have you got a specific craft skill you would like to run at the Women’s group, we would love to hear more! (All Ages, Women’s Only Group but nurturing male leaders are welcome)
Parents & Toddler Group
Support in engaging with babies and toddlers whilst the parents can relax with drinks and some snacks, giving them much needed to unwind ( Aged 0-4)
Food Project /Bank
Supporting the general running of the food bank with loading and unloading food trays, supporting members as they collect food, supporting the food bank café for members to access and befriending service, being a listening ear to peoples struggles and engaging in social interaction.
Requirements: Friendly, approachable, happy to join in and enjoys meeting and talking with other adults and children. Reliable and trustworthy.
Location: Lea Road Community Church, Lea Road, Wolverhampton WV3 0LW
Hours: Flexible/Open Ended. A weekly commitment preferred however can be less often depending on availability of the volunteer. This will be discussed.
Women’s only group: Tuesday 1-3pm
Parents & Toddlers: Wednesday 9:30-11:30
Food Project/Bank: Thursday 5:30-7pm
Expenses: Travel expenses can be made available
DBS: Yes Provided
We are a welcoming, inclusive and diverse building and respect all people entering the building on what beliefs, race, values they hold.
We are requiring volunteers who are welcoming of all the above.

Sense

Get Out There Group Volunteer

Opportunity: Get out there Group Volunteer
GOT groups are a growing division of Sense that cater for children between 6 and 16 with complex needs.
We provide a 4-hour social setting which caters for children and families who need respite. We offer activities such as games, puzzles, arts and crafts, experiments, cooking and sensory play. We aim to tailor sessions to the needs, interests and abilities of the children we support and put pupil voice at the centre of all we do.
As a volunteer you will make sure everyone has a great time and can make most of the activities on offer. You will need lots of energy, a warm and welcoming personality and to be happy getting stuck into a wide range of tasks and activities all of what everyone has the best day they can together
Requirements: Fun and friendly and confident to meet and spend time with disabled people. Willing to develop the knowledge and skills to communicate with young people who have mufti sensory impairments and may use a wide range of communication methods. Able to work well in a team and be flexible about the role you play during the day depending on what’s needed by individuals and activities. Reliable and punctual.
Location: Sense Centre, Smethwick, Midlands Day Service, Holly Lane, B66 1QN
Hours: At least 4 hours + (Monday- Sunday)
Expense : No
DBS: Yes
We welcome volunteers of all ages to this role who are able to create an inclusive and welcoming peer environment for everyone involved in the group.

Governors for Schools

School Governor

Opportunity: School Governor
Schools do incredible things to educate young people and help them become compassionate and well –rounded citizens. However they can’t do this job alone.
School governors help to shape school policies and aims, allowing teachers to focus on delivering high-quality educational experience.
Governors offer strategic guidance, rather than getting involved in the operational aspect of a school .This involves Working with other board members to plan the schools strategic direction.
Overseeing the schools financial performance, ensuring money is well- spent.
Holding the head teacher or school leadership to account.
A governor’s relationship with the schools leadership team involves challenging existing process to drive school improvement.
Although becoming a governor requires drive and commitment, you will enjoy many professional and personal rewards including career development opportunities and the chance to support young people’s futures.
Requirements: You don’t need to be a parent or education expert to volunteer as a governor. School require a combination of hard and soft skills to ensure their boards operate effectively .Whether you are an experienced professional or embarking on the first stages of your career, we will work hard to match you with an appropriate school.
Location: Schools across Wolverhampton
Hours: Meetings usually take place one evening on a weekday, roughly every 6 times a year
Expenses: No
DBS: Yes
New governors received exclusive access to guidance and resources. You will receive 12 months free access to online governor resource and knowledge bank The Key so you can be confident in your decision making.
We have also developed eLearning element of the role and we also hold regular webinars so you can continue your learning and have opportunity to ask question

Motive8 C.I.C

Volunteer Community Sport Coach

Opportunity: Volunteer Community sports coach
Volunteers who are recruited onto the personal development programme will support our community sport sessions where we provide positive sporting activities to young people in the community.
Volunteers will be required to support the delivery of sessions including:
• Setting up activity areas
• Delivering sport activities
• Providing guidance and acting as a positive role model to young people
• Potentially some admin tasks such as registers.
Requirements: Any person who either has an interest in sports coaching or would like to support positive change in young people through mentoring. There will be an informal induction and training throughout the programme.
Location: Oxley , Bushbury , Low Hill
Hours: Monday-Saturdays (evenings and Saturday afternoons) There is no fixed duration as volunteers can commit to suit their availability.
Expenses: Yes. . Travel expenses only
DBS: Yes
Motive8 Youth is a non-profit organisation which aims to use the power of sport to engage young people in sport and physical activity. We believe that engaging communities in positive activities creates cohesive, healthier and empowered communities

The Way Youth Zone

Longer-Term Mentoring

Opportunity: Longer Term Mentoring
This is an exciting new role for anyone who has a passion for developing our young people to achieve their highest potential.
As a long term mentor, you will be expected to undertake 1-1 mentoring and identifying areas of risk or a need for longer term intervention for our young people.
We expect that you will be working with young people who are looked after or have medium-high level safeguarding or mental health concerns and therefore, some youth work experience will be essential.
As a mentor in our longest term program, you will be expected to develop 1-1 mentoring relationships with young people who are in the care system or face medium-high severity mental health issues.
They might be young people who have already been through our short-term mentor program but aren’t ready to move on yet .These topics and surrounding group work will be intervention at its earliest.
Once you have spent time with the young people in a targeted setting you will be expected to spend time with those young people during our universal sessions to enable and empower them to access the session, something they will typically struggle with because of anxiety, poor behaviour or difficulty socialising
Location: The Way Youth Zone Wolverhampton
Hours: Couple of hours a week
Expenses: TBC
DBS: Yes
Mentoring Aspirations Plus: Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, the MAP project aims to support young people aged 8-18 in care, leaving care or on a children protection plan to develop their life skills , support their learning and training and improve their resilience and self-esteem

The Way Youth Zone

Medium Term Mentoring

Opportunity: Medium Term Mentoring
This is an exciting new role for anyone who has a passion for developing our young people to achieve their highest potential.
As a medium term mentor, you will be expected to undertake 1-1 mentoring and identifying areas of risk or a need for longer term intervention for our young people.
We expect that you will be working with young people who are looked after or have medium level safeguarding or mental health concerns and therefore, some youth work experience would be beneficial.
As a mentor in our medium term program, you will be expected to develop 1-1 mentoring relationships with young people who are in the care system or face medium severity mental health issues .They might be young people who have already been through our short-term mentor program but aren’t ready to move on yet.
These topics and surrounding group work will be intervention at its earliest. Once you have spent time with the young people in a targeted setting you will be expected to spend time with those young people during our universal sessions to enable and empower them to access the session, something they will typically struggle with because of anxiety, poor behaviour or difficulty socialising.
Location: The Way Youth Zone Wolverhampton
Hours: Couple of hours a week
Expenses: TBC
DBS: Yes
Mentoring Aspirations Plus: Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, the MAP project aims to support young people aged 8-18 in care, leaving care or on a children protection plan to develop their life skills , support their learning and training and improve their resilience and self-esteem

The Way Youth Zone

Short Term Mentoring

Opportunity: Short Term Mentoring
This is an exciting new role, for anyone who has a passion with helping young people to achieve their highest potential.
As a short-term group mentor, you will be expected to undertake lower-level interventions with our young people, addressing key areas such as self-esteem, self-confidence and building resilience.
This will be done through 1-1 mentoring and group workshops to fulfil our young people’s needs.
As a mentor in our short-term program, you will be expected to facilitate workshops with young people around topics in our youth zone that are negatively impacting our young people. These topics and the surrounding group work will be intervention at its earliest.
Once you have spent time with the young people in a targeted setting you will be expected to spend time with those young people during our universal sessions to enable and empower them to access the session, something they will typically struggle with because of anxiety, poor behaviour or difficulty socialising.
Location: The Way Youth Zone , Wolverhampton WV3 0NR
Hours: Couple of hours a week
Expenses: TBC
DBS: Yes
Mentoring Aspirations Plus : Funded by the National Lottery Community fund, the MAP project aims to support young people aged 8-18 in care , leaving care or on a children protection plan to develop their life skills, support their learning and training and improve their resilience and self-esteem.

Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust-H.O.P.E Project

Link Volunteer-H.O.P.E Project

Opportunity: Link Volunteer-H.O.P.E Project
A 2 year project supporting the local community of Wolverhampton to prevent social isolation.
The task you will be asked to perform will depend on the needs of the service, the person you are matched with and your personal level of confidence, experience and interests. This may include the following :
• Telephone or face to face support for isolated housebound people across the city.
• Support people to utilise technology to reduce their isolation and ensure that their health and social needs are being met.
Other types of support you might be asked to provide include supporting people :
Identify and attend social activities or groups. Learn a new skill or find a new hobby
Help to cope with their long term conditions by getting involved with community activities. Link people with support service such as befriending .Try out new activities that make them feel healthier such as walking or swimming
Requirements: Excellent communication skills, caring and motived by desire to help others. Ability to use some digital technology for training/communications
Location: Wolverhampton area
Hours: We ask that volunteers commit to least one duty per week for at least 3 months .Shift availability to be confirmed by your supervising Link Worker.
Expense: TBC
DBS: Yes Enhanced Adults
The volunteers element of the service is manged by The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust and works in partnership with The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Charity and the Wolverhampton Voluntary and Community Action(WVCA)

Royal Air Force Museum

Exhibitions Researcher (Schools)

Opportunity: Exhibition Researcher ( Schools)
The Access and Learning team deliver a variety of workshops to young people of all ages .With a focus on History and STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths)
You will be supporting the Learning team and Exhibitions team to research the stories linked to proposed themes, seeking out images and artefacts that are related ,supporting the team in producing resources for use with the exhibitions, following the guidance of Head of Access , learning and Participation , adhering to legislation and practices around our handling collection, collaborating with fellow volunteers, staff and apprentices
You will receive training and guidance from staff to perform this role.
Requirements: Have good written and oral skills, are comfortable communicating colleagues and visiting school children, are an effective team player, are willing to learn new skills. Will adhere to legislation and practices around handling collection.
Location: RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 8UP
Hours: One day a week or four days a month. The typical volunteering day starts at 9:30 and finishes at 15:00 .This is flexible to suit individual needs .There is one –hour break at lunchtimes
Expenses : Travel expenses reimbursed up to £14.50 per day in line with our policy
DBS: We will ask you to provide one reference
There will be a taster day on 30th September 2023

Royal Air Force Museum

Museum Event Maker

Opportunity: Museum Event Maker
Come and join a team who deliver exciting events all year round for families and adults at the RAF Museum Midlands site.
You can choose when to volunteer to match your availability, there is no regular weekly commitment.
Tasks will include: Helping to prepare the site for an event, this might involves preparing a activity areas, information and signage, setting up activities, this might involve choosing appropriate activities, setting up activity areas, ensuring staffing and resources are available, Overseeing family activities this might involve ticket selling and cash handing, handing out equipment and prizes, supervising hands on activities and assisting with games and activities. Assisting at large scale events this might involve manning the car park, directing visitors, providing information, running the info stall, Helping to take down events.
We have introduced a buddy programme for our new Event Makers.
Requirements: Able to work as a team, friendly and approachable, be confidence in engaging and approaching our visitors.
Location: RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 8UP
Hours: This varies depending on the type of event .You will find that most events fall on evenings, weekends and school holidays and we expect that you commit to one event per year . Events are typically 3-4 hours (with breaks)
Expenses: Travel expenses reimbursed up to £14.50 per day in line with our policy
DBS: No
Our Event Makers are asked to undertake a number of mandatory training , including : Introduction to RAF Museum ,Safeguarding training ,Online training on health and safety, manual handing training .You will also receive specific training and inductions : Event briefing online and on site , Cash handling and till training and Customer service training .

Royal Air Force Museum

Summer Event Marker
Opportunity: Summer Event Maker This role is now suspended

Requirements:
Location: RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 8UP
Hours: From July to early September .Flexible on days you could volunteer for weekdays, weekends or mix .You would be needed on site from 9am till 5pm but we would consider people who can only do half day.
Expenses: Travel expenses reimbursed up to £14.50 per day in line with our policy
DBS: No
This volunteering role is specifically for the summer period, but if you would like to continue volunteering at the museum you would be very welcome to apply to be a museum event maker.

Royal Air Force Museum

Spitfire Cockpit Volunteer

Opportunity: Spitfire Cockpit Volunteer
This role consists of assisting visitors with our new Spitfire Cockpit Experience .The spitfire cockpit experience will consist of a 5 minute session sitting inside, being provided with guided talk of the controls by the on hand volunteer.
Providing a warm welcome and a friendly face , Inspecting receipts of visitors going into the cockpit , taking photos on the visitors mobile phones or similar device while the visitors are sitting in the cockpit, if asked .Sharing Spitfire facts and stories (We will give you this information) Helping visitors navigate the Souvenir Kiosk to download their photo, Ensuring all procedures are followed in line with museum guidelines, maintaining an awareness of what’s happening around you to ensure your safety and the visitors.
Requirements: Are enthusiastic about the role and willing to learn new skills ,enjoy meeting a range of people , are comfortable being in a busy place which at times gets crowed and noisy, are able to speak clearly and confidently to answer visitor questions, are physically able to climb a number of steps, be active and able to bend and stretch (you may be on your feet for 5 hours) We can provide a perch chair if requested.
Location: RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 8UP
Hours : Initially it will be for school holiday periods and weekends with a view to extending beyond these. Shifts will be 10:00 -15:30 with time for break.
Expenses: Travel expenses reimbursed up to £14.50 per day in line with our policy
DBS: We will ask you to provide one reference
The Spitfire Cockpit Experience will only run when there a minimum of two volunteers and some flexibly in shift times can be arranged.

Royal Air Force Museum

Handling Collection Developer

Opportunity: Handling Collection Developer
The Access and Learning team deliver an extensive variety of workshops to young people of all ages with a focus on History and STEM (Science, technology, and mathematics) subjects .The Museum currently attracts around 28,000 school children per year who visit us to take part in these high-quality workshops.
You will be part of a team of volunteers following the guidance of the Head of Access Learning and Participation. Collaborate with fellow volunteers, staff and apprentices, update and catalogue the current collection onto a database. Collate the collection into themes, Set up a sign-in-sign-out system .Label artefacts appropriately .Help to manage the condition of the collection .Highlight gasps to identify required acquisitions, assist with the Midlands Development Programme tasks, research the RAF history of artefacts .
You will be trained and guided by our Staff in your role .PPE (personal protective equipment) will be provided where needed.
Requirements: Have an interest in research and collections, are comfortable communicating with colleague and visitors including families, are an effective team player, willing to learn new skills and have good written and oral skills.
Location: RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal, Shropshire TF11 8UP
Hours: One day a week or four days a month. The typical volunteering day starts at 9:30 and finishes at 15:00 .This is flexible to suit individual needs .There is a one hour break at lunchtimes.
Expenses: Travel expenses reimbursed up to £14.50 per day in line with our policy
DBS: We will ask you to provide one reference
There will be a taster day on 30th September 2023

Royal Air Force Museum

Exhibition Researcher (Families)

Opportunity: Exhibition Researcher ( Families)
The Access and Learning term deliver a variety of workshops to young people of all ages with a focus on History and STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) .We are looking to enhance our programme as part of our Midlands Development Programme to engage more with our visiting families, using the RAF stories and collections.
You will be supporting the Access & Learning and Exhibitions teams to research collections, Collaborating with fellow volunteers , staff and apprentices, supporting the team in producing resources for families for use with the exhibitions, seeking out images and artefacts that are related and appropriate , gaining feedback from families on the stories and artefacts we wish to use, delivering workshops to families, following the guidance of the Head of Access, Learning and Participation ,adhering to legislation and practices around our handling collection.
You will receive training and guidance from staff to perform this role.
Requirements: Interest in research and collections You are comfortable communicating colleagues and visitors, including families (training and guidance will be provided ) Good written and oral skills
Location: RAF Museum Cosford, Shifnal , Shropshire, TF11 8UP
Hours: One day a week or four days per month. The typical volunteering day is 9:30-3pm, but we can be flexible to suit individual needs .There is a one hour break for lunch
Expenses: Travel expenses reimbursed up to £14.50 per day in line with our policy
DBS: No
Come along to our taster day on 30th September 2023

St Giles Trust

CIRV Volunteer Mentor This role is now Suspended
Opportunity : This Role is Now Suspended
Requirements: We are looking for people who are passionate about working and young people, interested in giving back to their community and who believe in second chances .We will provide you with extensive training for this role, including a Level 2 Mentoring qualification.
Location: Either Coventry (Wood End) or Wolverhampton (Graiseley). Based at CIRV offices or meeting the mentee in the Community
Hours: Days/hours to be discussed with Volunteer Placement Contact/Manger. Minimum 6 months/Maximum 12 months.
Expenses: Yes. Travel expenses and other agreed expense only
DBS: Yes
Not all of our offices are accessible for people who have mobility issues or use a wheelchair. However, if we know this in advance we can ensure we use an accessible venue.

The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre.

Front of House Volunteer

Opportunity: Front of House Volunteer
To give patrons directions around the auditorium to the appropriate facilities before, during and after each performance in a friendly and efficient manner.
To check the seating area and evacuation routes are keep clear of obstacles and to assist patrons with disabilities to their seats.
To assist with our Memory Café that has been set up for people living with Dementia and to assist our patrons who are hard of hearing during our Captioned and BSL performances.
To support theatre community projects which may be offsite such as our Panto project each year and assist in delivering excellent customer service to our patrons.
Requirements: To promote and comply with Wolverhampton Grand Theatres equal opportunity policy in both the services and treatment of others.
Our training will build on your existing skills and experience to ensure you have the knowledge and confidence to fulfil your role as well as support and supervision throughout your time volunteering with us.
Location: The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre. Lichfield Street ,Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Hours : Evenings and Weekends
Expenses: Evenings and Weekends
DBS: We will obtain 2 references either personal or professional for all volunteers.
Wolverhampton Grand is a long –established Theatre in the heart of the Midlands. We are actively seeking volunteers from the Deaf and hard of hearing community , people over 60 and 18-30 looking for work experience to improve their CV

LearnPlay Foundation

Skills Champions
Opportunity: Skills Champions
We will be working with 20 volunteers who will engage with and give accredited training.
Once trained volunteers will then work with peers aged 16-29 year olds using interactive digital media & cutting edge technology focusing on marginalised YP, hidden NEETs & current claimants to highlight some of the career opportunities that are open to the young people across the city.
Volunteers will sign post to and encourage the uptake of opportunities citywide and help referrals to further relevant training.
Requirements: The right candidate will be keen, motivated and potentially be looking to use the volunteering opportunity as a route back to work .An induction period will include training and skills development around digital, employability as well as project management , positive communication, running activities reporting and website management which will be further developed during the volunteering experiences .There is also a possibility of an additional 10 days of training over the duration of the programme
To be confirmed with venues and volunteers however we anticipate that it will be 2-4 times per month.
Location: Training and induction will be at our office Chubb Building WV1 1HT then in venues across the city within the 10 priority wards.
Hours: To be confirmed with venues and volunteers however we anticipate that it will be 2-4 times per month
Expenses: Yes Travel & Lunch , other rewards include exposure to job opportunities and training ( both accredited and not accredited)
DBS: No
We are a digital media organisation with the overarching ambition to make a difference to people’s lives by empowering and enabling digital inclusion and access to digital skills

Stourbridge Glass Museum

Activity Support

Opportunity: Activity Support
The museum hosts various activities for children throughout the year. This role is to work with the museum staff to help children doing the craft, ushering them to the seats, assisting them with the craft and cleaning up after the activity.
Requirements: Friendly and welcoming attitude to any visitors. Needs to pay attention to details. Someone who is used to work with children will be desirable as it can be physically demanding.
Induction will be given on the first day of volunteer work, necessary training are given for each roles. If any volunteers are interested in different roles within the museum, they will have opportunities to join the training.
Location: Stourbridge Glass Museum Stuart Works, High Street , Wordsley, DY8 4FB
Hours:Tuesdays-Sundays From 10:30-16:30, There are two shifts a day.
Morning Shift is 10:30 -13:30. Afternoon shifts is 13:30-16:30 Activity is normally on Saturdays and extra days during half term.
Expenses: No (Except students and Universal Credit recipients will be paid for travel expenses)
DBS: No
We are urgently need more volunteers particularly during summer opening, but we are continuously recruiting throughout the year.

Hope Community Project

Volunteer Play Leader

Opportunity : Volunteer Play Leader
Hope Community Project offers the opportunity for a play worker to work within a parent and child/toddler group. The parents in the group will also be doing training within some of these sessions.
Main tasks
• Ability to be able to lead the group/participate in training sessions
• Set up room with parents
• Work directly with parents and child to promote play
• Help /Encourage parents to tidy and clear after sessions
Requirements: Must be over 18 years of age , Have or be willing to complete play worker qualification/training , Adhere to Hope Community policies and procedures at all times especially with regard to safeguarding vulnerable people. Complete online safeguarding training. Be approachable, mindful and non-judgemental. A commitment to equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practices.
Location: 40 Ling House ,Health Town ,WV10 0HH
Hours: Monday 9:30-11:30
Expenses: Yes
DBS: Yes
We celebrate the diversity of society and are striving to promote and reflect that diversity within our organisation.

The Social Sanctuary Project

Volunteer Youth Worker & Youth Worker (Sport Focus)
Opportunity: Volunteer Youth Worker(Sport Focus)
Our Volunteer youth worker position consists of building positive relationships, engaging with a range of young people through various activates within the sports hall and getting involved in the Social Sanctuary community.
Volunteer Youth Worker: Our volunteer youth worker position consists of building positive relationships, engaging with a range of young people through various activates and getting involved in the Social Sanctuary community
Requirements: (Sport Focus)Empathetic, committed to their individual Anti-Oppressive Practice, open-minded and open to new learning and experience, active listener, good communication and knowledge of sports including football, general active games.
Youth Worker :Empathetic, open-minded to new learning and experience, active listener and good communication.
Location:Mondays: Parish Church of Saint Matthew, 222 Willenhall Road ,Wolverhampton WV1 2JQ
Wednesday: The Hub at Ashmore Park 82 Griffiths Drive Wolverhampton WV11 2LH
Hours: Evenings 6:30-8:30
Expenses: Yes
DBS: Yes , Social Sanctuary will cover the cost of your DBS once you have been through the application and interview section successfully
To work with young people and their communities to provide the services they want and need in local community spaces. We will provide a quality youth work service that will enhance community cohesion. We will promote social justice, collective empowerment and sustainability.

The Social Sanctuary Project

Volunteer Reception/Youth Work Support

Opportunity: Volunteer Reception/Youth Work Support.
Our volunteer reception/youth work support position consists of building relationships with young people and the community. Supervising our small reception area, completing general administrative duties and getting involved in the social Sanctuary community.
Responsibilities: To build positive relationships with young people and the community by welcoming members upon entry .Support with some administrative duties .To work within The Social Sanctuary Projects policies at all times, especially in regards to Health and Safeguarding and Equality and Anti-Oppressive Practice .
Requirements:Empathetic , committed to their individual Anti-Oppressive Practice .Open –minded and open to new learning and experience , proactive in their approach and good communication .
Location: Mondays: Parish Church of Saint Matthew 222Wilenhall Road Wolverhampton WV1 2JQ
Wednesday: The hub at Ashmore Park, 82 Griffiths Drive, Wolverhampton WV11 2LN
Expenses: No
DBS: Yes Social Sanctuary will cover the cost of your DBS once you have been through the application and interview section successfully
To work with young people and their communities to provide the service they want and need in local community spaces .We provide a quality youth work service .That enhance community cohesion. We will promote social justice, collective empowerment and sustainability.

All Saints Action Network (ASAN)

Warm Space Volunteer
Opportunity: Warm Space Volunteer-All Saints Community Centre
Assisting the All Saints Action Network with running our Warm Spaces on a Tuesday morning and Thursday afternoon for 2 hours per session .You will provide a warm empathetic approachable environment. This opportunity will help you develop valuable skills and experience in the low –income people and families in All Saints who may be living in fuel poverty or impacted by the cost of living crisis.
Location: ASAN ,The Workspace All Saints Road ,Wolverhampton WV2 1EL. Some initial training/work experience may take place at other sites in the All Saints local area.
Hours: Minimum commitment of 4 hours per week .Ideally we would like to have you on board until the warm space projects ends .Additional benefits include helping you gain a First Aid qualification after completing 10 session’s .This is an ongoing opportunity for people with an interest in helping improve quality of life.
Expenses: Reasonable travel expenses will be provided for those completing a 4 hours of volunteering per week. The maximum expenses available per week is £10.
DBS: No
This opportunity is available and open to men and women .An induction is provided and ongoing training. Additional volunteering opportunities are available in ASAN

Young Climate Warriors.

Student Climate Ambassador

Opportunity:
Student Climate Ambassador.
Taking climate change discussions directly into Primary schools, the Young Climate Warriors Ambassador Programme works to effectively initiate action-stimulating conversation and encourage critical thinking within an education environment. Our Ambassadors deliver interactive animated, in-person assemblies to allow pupils to engage with climate change in a positive, age-appropriate and honest manner.
Requirements:
Are enthusiastic about starting conversations about climate change. Are stubbornly optimistic about positive future. Are eager to engage primary school-aged children (previous experience a plus, but not necessary) Have strong communication skills, with an ability to use initiative and act professionally in all interactions with school staff and pupils.
Location: Wolverhampton
Hours: Assemblies will be delivered according to the requests from local primary schools during school hours. There is also the opportunity for ambassadors to host regular eco-club at their local primary school organised according to their availability. Ideally our Ambassadors remain part of the team for the duration of the remainder of the school year.
Expenses: Yes Travel expenses maximum of £30. Reimbursement for time £30 for delivering an assembly. £20 for helping at mutually agreed school requested event e.g. eco-club
DBS: Yes
After submitting an application, you will be invited to attend training sessions where we will fully prepare you for your position, providing resources and guidance for your assemblies. Once you have completed the training session. We will connect you with your local schools and you can begin to arrange your first climate assembly as soon as you would like.

NCT Wolverhampton

Nappy Library Volunteer & Social Media Volunteer

Opportunity:
Nappy Library Volunteer.
Help manage and coordinate our reusable nappy library. This role involves administrative tasks, good organisation and attention to detail.
Social Media Volunteer.
Help managing NCT Wolverhampton’s social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) You will be helping to create and schedules posts to advertise the branch and their events as well as responding to queries on the social media pages. You will have access to online training, resources and templates to use.
Requirements:
Nappy Library :Organised, time management, admin, IT/digital skills, reliable and good communicator. Online training is provided.
Social Media :Help managing NCT Wolverhampton’s social media channels (Facebook and Instagram) You will be helping to create and schedules posts to advertise the branch and their events as well as responding to queries on the social media pages. You will have access to online training, resources and templates to use.
Location: Home base for both roles.
Hours:
Nappy Library: 1 hour per week
Social Media : 1-2 hours per week
Expenses: Yes Travel only
DBS: No for both roles
NCT is an advocate, guide and friend for parents through their first 1,000days (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 services and activities.

NCT Wolverhampton

One Day Event Nearly New Sale Volunteer

Opportunity:
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
DBS: No
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.

Aspire and Reach

Volunteer Youth Worker This Role is now Closed

Opportunity:
Recruiting 3 volunteers for our 5 weeks programme from 25th July.
Requirements:
Location: Wolverhampton

Expenses:
DBS:
Aspire and Reach is an independent, local charity that has worked to support children and young people since 2014.
Aspire and Reach run a number of holiday clubs throughout the year in the City of Wolverhampton

NSPCC

NSPCC Schools Service Volunteer (Closing date 28th February 2024)

Opportunity:
NSPCC Schools Service Volunteer
We are looking for new volunteers to be Speak out, Stay safe Volunteers. You will visit primary schools to deliver Speak out, Stay safe workshops that teaches children about the different types of abuse and how they can speak out and stay safe.
The workshops are age appropriate and memorable and need an energetic and enthusiastic person to deliver them. You will work alongside other Speak out , Stay safe volunteers to make sure at the end of each session the children feel empowered and know who they can speak out to if they are worried . In some sessions children may speak up and disclose abuse, so you will also be required to sensitively handle this and report any concerns you have about the child. But don’t worry you will get plenty of support and training on this.
When you volunteer with us, you will get lots of initial training, which includes practice sessions, home study, multiple visits to schools to help you learn which includes practice sessions, homes study and multiple visits to schools to help you learn workshop materials. When you start delivering the sessions, support will be on offer from both your supervisor and other experienced volunteers.
Requirements:
Passionate about children’s rights, including their right to be safe. Empathic and perceptive. Flexible and adaptable .Feel comfortable talking to large groups of children. Basic IT Skills
A minimum of 2 schools per month .Minimum commitment 12 months
Location:
Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell ,Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton
Expenses: TBC
DBS: Enhanced DBS Check and at least two satisfactory references
We are the UKs leading children’s charity, specialising in child protection and dedicated to protecting children today to prevent abuse tomorrow. We are the only UK children’s charity with statutory powers, which means we can take action to safeguard children at risk of abuse. We have been protecting children for over 100 years.

The Way Youth Zone

Cafe Kitchen Assistant , Handy Person

Opportunity: Café Kitchen Assistant
Supporting the Head of Catering to prepare and serve food to our members, their families and other users of the building. Serving food and snacks including taking money , clearing everything away and helping with washing up and ensuring everywhere is clean.
Handy Person
This role will involve supporting the Facilities Manager in a range of maintenance and odd job provision. Carrying out minor repairs, support the Health and Safety and Fire Safety function. Assist with moving and arranging of furniture for events.
Requirements: Cafe Assistant Food and Hygiene Level 2 Certificate .Able to engage and with young people in a positive way.
Handy Person Understanding of importance of health and safety within the work place. Able to help with clearing up and getting the building ready for visitors and functions. Provision of general manual help
Location: The Way Youth Zone, Wolverhampton ,WV3 ONR
Hours: Cafe Assistant Flexible Term time Monday/Wednesday/Friday 3.45-9.15pm
Tuesday/Thursday 3.15-8.15. Saturdays 9.30-4.30pm
School Holidays 7.30am-8.15/9.15pm Term times day’s 12-2pm Specific days/hours can be agreed to fit in with availability. Ongoing commitment needed for a minimum of 8 hours a week.
Handy Person Flexible Monday-Saturday including some evenings and weekends. Ongoing commitment needed for minimum 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 represents, which are to be unique, welcoming and diverse and to provide opportunity and support.

The Way Youth Zone

Fundraisers

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.

Sense

Volunteer Vitual Buddy

Opportunity: Volunteer Virtual Buddy
Sense Virtual Buddying Volunteers make a real difference to supporting young people and adults who may be lonely or isolated. Sense matches volunteers with disabled people to meet for an hour a week on Zoom or over the phone. Sense matches each volunteer with someone who has similar interests, to make sure you have a great time. The programme is open to all volunteers who are 16 and over. You don’t need to have previous experience volunteering or caring for disabled people. We welcome people from all backgrounds and with all interests.
Requirements: We need positive, empathetic volunteers who are passionate about supporting people with complex disabilities. We are looking for volunteers who are great communicator’s and who are friendly, enthusiastic, positive and ready to have fun!
Provided is induction and training, this includes Safeguarding, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Confidentiality and Data Protection. Training is tailored specifically to support volunteers. Sense is also able to offer volunteers additional e-learning to gain an understanding of different methods of communication (this is optional)
Location: Home based
Hours : Days of the week are agreed between volunteers and their buddies Must be the same time each week. 90 minutes per week for a minimum of three months
Expenses: Yes Expenses must be pre-agreed
DBS: Yes
We believe everyone should be able to take part in life, no matter their disability. Our work helps thousands of people who are deafblind or who have complex disabilities to communicate, experience the world and fulfil their potential.

Bookmark Reading Charity

Opportunity: Bookmark Reading Charity-Reading Volunteer
Bookmark Exists to change children’s life stories through the joy of reading. We partner with schools to develop whole school reading cultures and to provide one to one reading support. Bookmark volunteers spend one hour a week reading stories and playing games with a child aged between five and ten years old, on our secure online platform. The programme involves two 30 minutes sessions a week with the same child for six weeks.
Help children who struggle with their reading gain essential skills at a crucial age. This will prepare them to move up the school, ready to tackle new challenges without falling further behind. Three quarters of our volunteers noticed their reader become more confident with their reading. Make learning to read fun by bringing your own personality into the sessions and getting to know your reader’s interest! 90% of teachers said that pupils enjoy reading more after our programme. Helping a child with their reading is also really fun and rewarding. Over 60% of our volunteers said their own wellbeing had improved because of volunteering with Bookmark. The best part? Our online volunteering can fit around your schedule seamlessly and there’s no need to travel.
Bookmark is committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being and welfare of children and require everyone associated with the charity, including all trustees, employees and volunteers to share this commitment.
Requirements: 18+. Access to a PC laptop or Chromebook with a webcam and internet connection. Feel relatively comfortable in using technology.
Location: Home Based
Hours: Two 30 minutes sessions a week, for six weeks
Expenses: No
DBS: Yes Paid for by Bookmark
Bookmark is a tech-led literacy charity supporting disadvantaged primary school children to give them a fairer chance in life.

S&K Creative Artz C.I.C

Volunteer Coordinator

Opportunity: S&K Creative Artz C.I.C is looking for a volunteer coordinator who would like to help support their volunteers and make a positive difference in the organisation. We are looking for a detail-oriented and focused volunteer coordinator to be responsible for our database of volunteers and volunteer opportunities. You should uphold the values of our organisation while ensuring the comfort of our volunteers in their positions
Brief role of tasks/duties: Recruiting, training and supervising new volunteers. Collecting volunteer information, availability, and skills and maintaining an up-to-date database. Using marketing tools such as outreach programs, e-mails and volunteer database. Keeping new and existing volunteers informed about the organisation and volunteer opportunities. Matching volunteers to opportunities that suits their skill sets and ensuring they understand their responsibilities and receive the proper training. Organising training and leading on the job training. Keeping schedules and records of volunteers works .Preparing codes of conduct and operating procedures to uphold the organisation values. Ensuring the organisation purpose is conveyed to the public.
Requirements: Experience in being a volunteer coordinator or similar position. An associate’s degree in business management, human resources, or a similar field. Experience in volunteering and recruitment. Working knowledge of databases .Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent organisation and team-building skills .There will be an induction meeting
Location: Homeworking
Hours: Monday –Friday Maximum 3 days per week. Commitment 6 months -1 year Flexibility will be given for any holidays .Will work around the suitable person.
Expenses: Yes When attending any face to face sessions or travelling to a community meeting Travel expenses will be provided.
DBS: Yes plus References
To support children’s art talents by working with children aged 8-12 years old .Providing art talents through digital art, drawing and painting.

Newlife

Corporate & group volunteering

Volunteer opportunities across head office

Opportunity:
Corporate and group volunteering Our corporate volunteering days are a great way to spend time building whilst contributing towards Newlife as a charity and the children and families it supports. We can also provide volunteering opportunities to educational groups looking for something fulfilling to provide their learners with a sense of pride and accomplishment.
Various volunteering opportunities across our head office departments
Other volunteering opportunities occasionally come up across different department in our Head Office at Cannock. From administration to supporting our online team, new opportunities are being created in order to give more varied roles for volunteers to experience. If there is a particular area you are interested in, please contact our volunteer team to discuss further.
Location: Head Office : Newlife, Hemlock Way ,Cannock, Staffordshire WS11 7GF
Hours: Open Ended/Flexible: Including Weekends and Evenings
Expenses: Yes
DBS: No
We encourage applications from people with physical or learning disabilities and will make reasonable adjustments so that everyone can enjoy volunteering.
Newlife is the UKs largest charity funder of children’s specialist disability equipment we also run the UKs only national emergency equipment service for terminally ill children.

Schoolreaders

School Readers Volunteer

Opportunity: Poor literacy amongst primary school children is a major issues in England with 1 in 4 children leaving primary school not reading to the expected standard. This has lifelong consequences. The disruption to education due to pandemic has exacerbated the issue particularly for disadvantaged children.
Schoolreaders recruits volunteers from the community and places them in primary to provided one to one reading support.
Volunteer Role :
• Listen to children read and help develop literacy skills through engaging in conversations about books/picture
• Follow safeguarding procedures in school.
Requirements: Please note each school will be different and we will match volunteers to a suitable setting.
Location: Various Primary Schools around the west midlands. We make every effort to find a school that is easy for you to travel to and from
Hours: Yes Enhanced DBS which will be carried out by the school prior to starting
Expenses: No
DBS: Yes Enhanced DBS which will be carried out by the school prior to starting
Schoolreaders goal is for all children, regardless of background, to leave Primary School being able to read well so they can go on to access their secondary education fully and maximise their future life chances.

Sported Foundation

Sported Volunteer

Opportunity : Sported Volunteer
You will use your professional skills and lived experience to help groups overcome operational challenges, become better equipped for the future, and tackle inequality in sport. Most of our roles are quite flexible and work around your schedule. We do our best to only share opportunities we think are relevant to you .With most of our volunteering support being delivered digitally, it’s even easier to get started supporting members across our network. Our roles include: Short term placements-Focused on one topic area or specific challenge, placements usually last about 6 months and encompass multiple topics or a single complex subject. One off support – Kick-starter are semi-structured, informal chats to learn more about a group’s strengths and challenges, and recommend a course of action. Specific project work, facilitating/delivering webinars and training, or supporting sported itself plus much more!
Requirements: Our volunteers have 3 or more year’s professional and or lived experience in any of the lived core support topics: Evaluation and Impact. Facilities. Financial Management .Fundraising &Income Generation. Governance .Inclusion. Leadership Coaching, Marketing/PR Planning (Business/Strategic) Project Planning Sport Development, Volunteer &Staff Management, Women and Girls. Other skills or lived experience that might be applicable. There is an induction and training provided.
Location: Region/UK wide & Online
Hours: Flexible
Expenses: Yes
DBS: No
We are a UK wide charity promoting fairness and equity for young people through grassroots sport and physical activity.

S&K Creative Artz Kidz CIC

Safeguarding Lead

Opportunity: Safeguarding Lead
• Provide support to volunteers/staff around any safeguarding issues or concerns
• Ensure safeguarding cases are referred to relevant professionals with support
• Ensure all staff and volunteers receive safeguarding training
• Ensure safeguarding policy is up to date and reviewed regularly linking to statutory policies and procedures guidance.
• Ensuring that all staff are fully trained in safeguarding and know how to spot and raise concerns.
• Help to maintain an effective staff supervision programme
• Has up to date regular safeguarding training to fulfil their role.
Requirements: Good communication skills .Ability to be proactive. Have good safeguarding training experience .Experience working with children and young people .Ability to work as a team player .There will be an induction meeting.
Location: Remote Home working
Hours: Monday-Friday (Maximum 3 days per week) Flexibility will be given for any holidays. Will work around the suitable person. Minimum commitment 6 months
Expenses: Yes when attending any face 2 face sessions or travelling to a community meeting. Travel expenses will be provided
DBS: Yes
To support children’s art talents by working with children aged 8-12 years old Providing art talents through digital art, drawing and painting.

CT Transport .

Social Interaction Facilitator

Opportunity: Supporting CT staff on the ‘Lets Chat’ project to meet and greet with members of the public, offer them tea and coffee and generally be willing and able to sit down and chat with people , offer them a friendly eat and with Training, be able to signpost them to other services that third party partners are offering . These activities are taking place in three ways:
Mobile Unit –A number of our minibuses are being converted, to allow space for chairs and table, a place to make hot beverages and information boards containing information about local service .Across the week these mobile units will visit a number of pre-determined places within the local community and park up for a number of hours, allowing members of the public to come on board, meet people and speak with representatives from several organisations offering their services. The purpose of this project is to reduce loneliness and Isolation for local residents. We are looking for volunteers to join us and participate in this project by meeting people and providing a friendly ear to listen and to join in conversation. The same service is being offered in static bus station buildings and generally across our Passenger Service.
Requirements: Friendly outgoing, sympathetic, a good listener.
Location: The project is set across three main areas, which are Coventry, Mid-Birmingham and the Black Country .The Black country will encompass Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell.
The mobile units will travel around the Black Country on set days
Station sites in Dudley and West Bromwich .Our Passenger service locations vary.
Hours: The Lets Chat project is operational between Monday-Saturday and the hours of 08.30-6.30pm.
Expenses: Yes Out of pocket travel expense will be paid.
DBS: Yes
There will be induction and Training on certain elements to assist with the role. Specific Training to be determined

Remap. Engineer/Maker Volunteer

Our Engineer/Maker Volunteers are the essence of our local branch activities .They use their practical skills and ingenuity to help people with disabilities live fuller and more independent lives.
Opportunity:This role may vary depending on local needs but is likely to include :
• Designing and making pieces of equipment for individuals with specific needs.
• Using your practical skills working with one or more of :Metal , Wood, plastic or electronics
• Attending a monthly meeting of the local branch
Requirements: Practical experience in working with one of the above materials. Able to listen well to understand someone’s needs .Able to follow Remap policies and procedures. Able to understand and apply our risk management system .Able to apply disability, equality and inclusion practices .Able to keep peoples personal details safe. Access to your own tools and workshop ( or can access theses)
Able to drive or have good transport links .Committed to our values. Enjoy working as part of a team Willing to develop skills and experience.
Complete your induction checklist and complete online and virtual training as directed by central staff.
Note: Volunteers may have to visit clients .There may be access problems outside the control of Remap.
Location: Wolverhampton and surrounding areas
Hours: Flexible
Expenses: Yes .Out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed
DBS: Yes
14.1 million People are living in the UK with some form of disability. Remap ambition is to help as many of those people as possible through its network of skilled makers and support volunteers.

Hope Community Project Summer Cook

Hope Community Project will be offering a summer school holiday community cafe service (Breaking Bread) to children/residents in the community. We need volunteer cooks to support this service. That’s where you can make a difference, cooking and preparing food.
For the Summer school holidays from Monday 25th July to Friday 19th August. This Role is now suspended
Opportunity:Main Tasks: Plan, prepare and cook a range of food, Rotate cupboard stock to reduce waste. Work within a small team .Are organised and able to give out instructions/directions to others.
Requirements:Must be over 18 years of age .Have some knowledge and experience in cooking .Have a positive attitude and remain calm. Have or be willing to undertake/update a food hygiene qualification. Adhere to Hope Community policies and procedures at all times especially with regard to safeguarding vulnerable people. Be approachable, mindful and non-judgmental. A commitment to equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practices
Location:40 Ling House, Heath Town WV10 0HH
Hours:Morning sessions 9-1pm
Afternoon sessions 1-4pm
Expenses:Yes
DBS: No only references.
They must undergo training in both safeguarding, health and safety relevant to the role. Hope policies and procedures must be adhered to in regards to GDPR and Confidentiality. We celebrate the diversity and are striving to promote and reflect that diversity within our organisation.

Livin Lives Administration/Peer Support

The Children Society Wellbeing Volunteer

Hope Community Project Volunteer Cook /Family Community Café

St John Ambulance Youth Team Member

West Midlands Police Volunteer Cadet Leader

Barnardo’s Employment, Training and Skill Supporter – Family Befriender

City Year UK Volunteer Mentor in School

Everyone prosper SDB Driver to drop off food parcels or household items

Midland Mencap

Range of Opportunities

Wolverhampton City Council Education Appeal

Broadmeadow Special School

Hope Community Project

Woodcross Manor Breakfast Club & Playgroup

West Midlands Fire Service

Birmingham Women’s Hospital Charity

The Haven

Canal & River Trust

Lotus Sanctuary

Royal Society for Blind Children

Y’s Girl Mentor

15th Wolverhampton Scouts

West Sussex County Council

Goddess Living CIC

The Children’s Society

Canal and River Trust

Pattingham Drama Group

Family Action – FamilyLine

The Haven Wolverhampton – For Women

The Access Project

Respond

Volunteering Matters

Mentor Link

Weston Park

South Staffs Water

Base 25

Gloucester Street Community Centre

Gloucester Street Community Centre

Family Action

37th Wolverhampton Sea Scout Group

Wolverhampton City Council

Healthwatch Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Youth Offending Team

Woodcross Manor Breakfast Club and Playgroup

woodcross-manor

Parent Champions

parent-champions

Wolverhampton City Council

Acorns

Barnardo’s

Barnardos

Coram Beanstalk

Girlguiding Tettenhall

Girlguiding Tettenhall

Lea Road Community Church

NCT Wolverhampton

NCT Wolverhampton

Prince’s Trust

Prince’s Trust

RSPB Sandwell

RSPB Sandwell

Spurgeons – Young Carer

Spurgeons – Young Carers

The Way Youth Zone

The Way Youth Zone

The Women & Families Resource Centre

The Women & Families Resource Centre

Victim Support

West Midlands Fire Service

West Midlands Fire Service

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