Volunteer needed to help families facing financial difficulties with their budgeting and debt management skills.
Role will also provide information and assistance to families to find the best utility deals.
Interested? Contact Beth - email: email@example.com
Volunteers are needed across Medway to spare an hour or two a week to continue to provide brilliant online opportunities for girls and young women in Girlguiding during lockdown.
Interested? Contact Jenni Davis - email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are needed for a couple of hours a week to phone people who are feeling lonely or socially isolated. Calls can be made from the comfort of your home and when suits you best.
For more details contact wHoo Cares
We are reaching out to individuals, businesses and organisations to help mentor young people. Mentoring supports young people to build confidence, helps them develop important life skills so that they can enter education, training or work or set up a business.
Interested? Contact Gail Wood - email: Gail.Wood@princes-trust.org.uk
We need someone to help us give our website the wow factor and be prepared to work with our team of volunteers who are IT literate but have limited web experience. The website currently runs on WordPress but we would be willing to consider other platforms.
For more details contact Medway Parents and Carers Forum
We are recruiting to expand their team of volunteer Community Health Researchers to help make sure the voices and experiences of local people are listened to in health planning. We are interested in recruiting local residents from across the Medway Towns to carry out interviews within local communities. You will receive free training and additional support from MVA.
For more details contact Medway Voluntary Action - email: email@example.com
Belive is a befriending service for individuals with a mild to moderate learning disability aged 18 plus, who are socially isolated and lonely in Kent and Medway.
As a result of the current climate, their face-to-face befriending service has shifted to social media, telephone, Zoom and WhatsApp video, and there is currently a waiting list for people wanting a befriender. Belive is therefore looking for more volunteers, particularly male volunteers, and will provide training and expenses.
Medway Towns branch is looking to expand their team of volunteers to provide support and guidance to cat owners as part of our community engagement work. If you have some spare time, approx. 4 - 10 hours per week , and want to help cats as well as people then this may be for you.
Induction and training with ongoing support will be provided by Cats Protection.
Expenses relating to the role will be paid. We also have other opportunities within the Kent area, please click on our link or contact Katy Adams to find out more.
We are looking for individuals, who would like to give their time as a support to Children & Young People across the region. Volunteers support our delivery of bereavement groups for Parents/Carers and Children and Young People up to the age of 25.
We work with a multidisciplinary team of professionals and the Volunteers would enhance the service and support the Children in various different ways.
They would attend the workshops and explain ‘CHUMS’ objectives.
Our Volunteers are all committed to making a difference to the lives of Children, Young People and their families.
Our Bereavement Volunteers will undergo training delivered by our team.
We support our Volunteers by offering a regular ongoing training programme and a bi-monthly communications meeting. We also offer support and supervision at any time.
This service supports the Children & Young People in Kent who have experienced bereavement.
It is a holistic approach and it is important to understand the issues that children & young people face.
The Volunteer would need to enjoy Children’s company and have a genuine concern for the emotional wellbeing of the Child.
- We welcome everyone as a Volunteer and Disabled access will always be considered.
All our Volunteers will undertake training in Safeguarding & Manual Handling.
Volunteers can claim for their travel expenses.
All Volunteers must be over 18 but no upper age limit.
We offer ongoing training & support
Our service is currently well established in Bedfordshire, but new to Kent. Therefore, meetings will be held in locations suitable for the Volunteers.
Volunteers must be able to travel to support groups in other parts of the County.