Category: Driving

Guide Dogs

Breeding Dog Volunteer

Opportunity: Breeding Dog Volunteer
As a breeding dog volunteer, you will provide a full time, loving home for one of our guide dog mums, you will help keep her in top condition and health for her vital role, while also getting to enjoy all the benefits of a well-behaved loving dog. You will support your guide dog mum throughout her pregnancy and during her birth at home. You will then help to take care of her puppies during their seven weeks of life until they are ready to move onto the next stage of their guide dog journey.
Requirements: Need to live within hours drive of our national centre, you will need to have a car and be able to travel to our National centre. Your home will need an area suitable for your guide dog mum to give birth and need access to a secure garden. Volunteers attended an Induction Training Day at our National before their guide do mum is placed with them. Once matched with a guide dog, we then run an 8-week dog training class course, usually on Thursday morning at the national centre. The classes are an hour long. You will received all training you need for the role and you will have full support of our expert dog behaviour and welfare team and dedicated 24/7 support from our specialist breeding team.
Location: This role is available to volunteers in the Wolverhampton area who lives within an hour drive of the Guide Dogs National Centre, just outside Leamington Spa, CV33 9QJ
Hours: Our guide dog mum will come to you when she is 12-14 months old and will be with you until she retires at about 7 years old. You will have the opportunity to keep her as your own dog.
Expenses: Yes, we cover all the cost for our guide dog mum, including her food, vet bills and equipment or bedding she needs.
Our guide mums are perfect for families. They are specially selected for their ideal temperament and characteristics and have the very best guide dog genes.

Cats Protection

Transport Volunteer Role is now filled

Opportunity: Transport Volunteer
This role is now filled
Hours: Flexible/As needed . Our transport volunteers usually spend two to fours per week in this role, which is flexible and can be shared and can be shared by more than one volunteer if needed.
Expenses: Yes Travel expenses only
Our vision is a society where every cats has their best possible life because they are protected , cared for and understood by everyone .

British Red Cross

Volunteer Driver

Opportunity: Volunteer Driver
We need volunteers like you so that everyone who needs one can get a wheelchair. Each year we hire out or loan over 75,000 wheelchairs to help people to get around after an injury or illness. Whether it is delivery or collection for people at home, or moving equipment between buildings you will be joining a friendly team of people who help to get people moving again.
The role will include deliver and collect wheelchairs using a Red Cross van. Load/unload wheelchairs ready for daily runs. Show people how to use equipment. Use a computer-based stock control system
Requirements: Physically able to safely lift or move wheelchairs and other mobility equipment. Experienced driver (at least two years) and age 21 and over .Confident driving a delivery van. Enjoy meeting people and good people skills .Good IT Skills .Able to commit to a regular weekly shift.
Location: Aldersley Lesiure Village Reception .Aldersley Road Wolverhampton WV6 9NW
Hours: Monday-Friday Minimum 5 hours per shift
Expenses: Reasonable pre-agreed travel expenses for the role.
DBS: 1 Reference
There is induction/training which includes E-Learning , Mandatory training, induction and ongoing training and support .

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The Salvation Army Anti –Trafficking &Modern Slavery unit

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

Compton Care – Fundraising

CT Furniture

CT Passenger


Wolverhampton City Council

Beacon Centre

Beacon Centre

Divine Onkar Mission

Divine Onkar Mission

Tenovus Cancer Care

Tenovus Cancer Care

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