Thinking of Volunteering? Great!
Volunteer Centre Haringey is your one stop shop for hundreds of volunteering opportunities from across Haringey.
Come and meet local organisations currently recruiting new volunteers on Wednesday 29 June, anytime between 11am-1pm at 639 Enterprise Centre, Tottenham High Road.
IMECE is looking for
Violence Against Women and Girls (VAW&G) Guide Volunteers
The applicants must be bi-lingual female, speaking one of the community languages and English; and from one of the BAMER communities living in London.
Volunteers will receive 5 days of training (trainings will be held In September 2016) and 1 day a week work placement to become VAWG Guide.
Once VAWG Guides are trained, they will carry out outreach at colleges, community centres, GP surgeries and other community hubs to identify women with risks of VAWG and HP and give them practical and emotional support. They will also assist women with practical help, language barrier, information, advocacy and encouragement and enable them to access specialist service provision.
Help Create a Sensory Garden for Children
The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy are looking for an enthusiastic and green fingered volunteer to help at their Centre and school in Coppetts Road, Muswell Hill. The children who come to the school benefit enormously from access to a garden for growing plants and enjoying nature in a leafy setting.
Key tasks include, developing and planting a small sensory garden, weeding, clearing areas and other light gardening.
LIFT is a biennial theatre festival that takes place across London, showcasing theatre and performance from all over the world.
They are keen to engage with the Tottenham community as part of their volunteer recruitment, to make Tottenham residents part of the festival. They are currently recruiting for four volunteer teams, with a range of roles and lots of ways to get involved.
Volunteer with people with a Learning Disability this summer!
Kith & Kids are currently looking for lots of energetic and enthusiastic volunteers, to join them on their fantastic fun filled Summer Social Development Project.
On the project you will be paired with one of their members with a learning disability, where you will support and encourage them in taking part in a wide range of activities led by professional therapists and workshop leaders. Core activities are swimming, arts & crafts, sports & games and music. Past additional workshops have also included photography, football and cooking and you’ll plan your own exciting outings around London with a fellow volunteer and your Kith & Kids member. So come along and get involved this summer!
Not only is it a week full of fun and games, for you and their members. You are a vital part in supporting them to develop their social skills in a day to day environment.
Male volunteers especially welcome (we need more)!!
You do not need experience. Full Disability awareness training will be provided before you begin volunteering, the only requirements we ask of you is enthusiasm, energy and to be a bit open-minded.
The project runs from 9:30am - 5:30pm Monday 25th July - Friday 5th August (excluding 30th/31st).
Volunteers must attend at least two training days:
Session 1: Please attend one of four sessions
Tues 7th June 7-10pm / Sat 11th June 9:30am-1:30pm / Wed 15th June 7-10pm / Sun 19th June 9:30am-1:30pm
Session 2: Please attend one of two sessions
Wed 29th June 7-10pm / Sat 2nd July 9:30am-1:30pm
Session 3: Please attend our Meet & Greet. A great chance to meet the volunteers and some of the members you’ll be working with.
Sun 17th July 11am - 5:30pm
All training takes place at Ermine Road Day Centre N15 6DB. For more information please email or call on 0208 801 7432.
Canal and River Trust
An exciting opportunity for young people in North/East London aged 16-25 who are interested in the environment. Eco Talent could give you a step up into an exciting new career and the chance to help protect the environment.
Have you got what it takes to help ensure victims and witnesses of homicide are given the support they need and the respect they deserve? Many people face the effects of homicide alone and confused. Your support could help individuals and their families to feel stronger, understood and able to move forward with their lives.
Victim Support are looking for volunteers who have previous experience of providing on-going support to victims of homicide, or other relevant experience gained in a professional capacity.
They are looking for volunteers who can typically support people bereaved by homicide over a period of at least 12 months and for at least two hours a week whenever possible. This could involve face-to-face and/or telephone support. This is a flexible role which you are able to carry out at times convenient to you and to the clients. This may include some evening (up to 7.30pm) and weekend work if it is mutually convenient for all parties.
Applicants must be willing to attend our Volunteer Open Day on 25th May in London and successful applicants will be required to attend a face-to-face training course on the following dates; 15, 16, 17, 20 and 21st June, also held in London.
For more information email or call Joanne Early on 0207 336 1738
Wheely Tots is looking for a Trustee
Wheely Tots is a registered charity (CIO) which aims to get people to think about cycling more regularly and safely in London. As a start up social enterprise we have chosen to generate our own income by providing help and support to our members and requesting donations in return. We also access grant funding but plan to make this significantly less than 50% of our income . Wheely Tots is based in North London around Woodberry Down, but work throughout London. We work with all road users including pedestrians, drivers of all vehicles and cyclists.
We are looking for a trustee to join our board. This is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to the running of a small charitable organisation.
For more information and how to apply visit the Wheely Tots website
Volunteers do all sorts of things, from admin to gardening, cooking to fundraising, driving to web design - the possibilities are endless!
We can help to find opportunites that match your skills and interests and put you in touch with charities and local community groups who really need your help. What are you waiting for?
To find out more about what you could do, call us on 020 3771 0114 or click here to start searching for opportunities.