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Oxfam (City Centre)
This opportunity takes place between 12 Nov 2017 and 17 Dec 2017. Closing date for applications is 10 Nov.
In this role you'll be helping to run our city-centre charity shop on Sundays in November and December. You might be sorting and pricing donations, or serving customers at the till. No previous experience is necessary as full training is given.
This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.
In this role, you'll be serving customers in our busy city-centre charity shop, using a touch-screen till with barcode scanner. Previous retail experience is helpful but not essential, as full training is given.
In this role you'll be sorting and pricing books for sale in our busy city-centre charity shop. You'll be responsible for displaying books on the correct shelves and removing older stock for recycling.
This opportunity takes place between 07 Sep 2017 and 23 Jul 2018. Closing date for applications is 23 Jul.
We will place you as an English or maths tutor in one of our partner schools. You will work with one or two pupils for an hour a week across the course of a school term; usually after school or on a Saturday morning. Sessions are delivered on the school premises at the same time each week.
Development Education Centre South Yorkshire (DECSY)
Help with setting up events, database management, website and social media updates, input on grant bid writing, marketing, advertising and general help in the Resource Centre.
Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice
Fanatical about fashion? Great sense of style? Love books? Interested in jewellery, or homecare? Do you want to design window or in-store displays? Whether you love to deal with customers or feel more relaxed behind the scenes, why not come and join a great team at our busy city centre shop?
Support adults with acquired brain injuries to practice their skills and feel welcome at our friendly social activity group. Together volunteers and participants take part in fun activities which challenge their creativity and develop dexterity. There’s also plenty of time to chat with participants and lots of tea and biscuits! Tasks could involve: • assisting the Project Leaders to plan games and activities for the sessions • preparing for and setting up activities • greeting the adults when they arrive • ‘buddying’ with a participant for the session to assist them with taking part in activities • talking and socialise with the participants in the group • working as part of a team to ensure that everyone is enjoying themselves
This opportunity takes place between 23 Oct 2017 and 05 May 2018.
The SIBS (Something Interesting for Brothers and Sisters) project offers siblings of children with a disability fun days out. SIBS brings children together to meet other children in a similar position to themselves. Working as part of the SIBS team, volunteers help to deliver a series of jam packed days, full of fun and games designed to shine the spotlight on the children and make them feel special.
Volunteers will plan and lead fun activities with our colourful parachute and play games like "duck, duck, goose", which aim to encourage the children to play together and include everyone in the fun. These children often find it difficult to join in with others in the playground so your role is to be supportive and encouraging so everyone has lots of fun!
Global Community Basketball
This opportunity takes place between 09 Oct 2017 and 05 May 2018.
Play basketball and create a supportive environment for asylum seekers. Men and women are both welcome and there is no minimum standard of basketball ability. The aim is for everyone to enjoy playing the game together.