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Local Charities Day 2017!
This December 15th is Local Charities Day: a great opportunity to recognise and raise awareness of unsung heroes and local volunteers who are the backbone of our community charities. Local Charities Day is a chance for charities and volunteers to support one another. Are you a charity in need of volunteers? Post your opportunities with the hashtag #LocalCharitiesDay … Continue reading Local Charities Day 2017!
Did you know? This week is Trustee Week 2017! Trustees play a vital role, volunteering their time and working together to make important decisions about the charity’s work. Trustees’ Week is an annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do and highlight opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved … Continue reading Trustees’ Week 2017!
Would you like to put your technical skills to good use?
Could you spare 2 hours every 4 weeks?
Oxfordshire Adult Learning are looking for volunteers to help deliver our Oxfordshire Online digital literacy programme in libraries across Oxfordshire.
Oxfordshire Adult Learning have joined up with Oxfordshire Libraries to deliver Oxfordshire …...
We are looking for volunteers to help with clients as a Buddy. Would you like to support people on a one-to-one basis to engage in social and meaningful activites? As a volunteer you will be helping to promote better health, improve overall well-being and reduce isolation.
This role is flexible in both hours and location - you will be linked …...
Do you like working with people?
Are you interested in mental health?
Do you have 2 hours a week of your time to volunteer?
Wintle Ward at the Warneford Hospital is looking for a volunteer to spend time with patients and help with ward activities.
Please contact Sophie.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Collection Box Co-ordinators - If you have very little spare time, but would still like to make a BIG difference to
the charity, you could place collection boxes with local businesses or become a Leaflet Distributor and distribute
literature and put up posters in places that are local to you.
Time – Flexible
Location: At home and in your …...
Medical Detection Dogs are looking for caring family homes to look after and
socialise puppies and young adult dogs up to 16 months old. We have a small satellite in the
We are training our assistance dogs to accompany clients with detectable medical conditions and
alert to oncoming episodes. If you can support our charity by …...
Medical Detection Dogs is funded purely by voluntary contributions, without our fundraisers, we would not be able
to continue to support people with life threatening health conditions.
If you enjoy fundraising, organising events and engaging with the local community, why not become an active
fundraiser? You will make a real difference to the …...