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Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind
This opportunity takes place between 20 Sep 2018 and 31 Aug 2019.
My Guide volunteers deliver guiding and support to visually impaired (VI) people of Sheffield. This enables and encourages VI people to access and take part in activities that they have been unable to access before; free training is provided with on going support and supervision.
Oxfam (City Centre)
This opportunity takes place between 05 Sep 2018 and 31 Aug 2019.
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 responsible for ensuring our shop floor looks its best during our busiest times! You'll also help customers to find what they're looking for, and take donations to the stockroom for sorting.
This opportunity takes place between 24 Sep 2018 and 31 Aug 2019.
In this role, you'll be responsible for sorting the donations we receive every day, and deciding what will be sold in our shop and what will be moved on elsewhere. You'll add price tags using our simple pricing guides, use the steamer on clothes, and deal with culled stock from the shop floor. You may be involved in taking priced stock to the shop floor and with stock rotation.
In this role, you'll be responsible for dealing with Gift Aid donations, which are a valuable source of extra income for our charity shop. You'll use a tablet computer and printer to produce barcode stickers for Gift Aid donations, and ensure that those barcodes are attached to the relevant price tags. You'll ensure that our donation sorting procedures are GDPR compliant and that the workspace for processing Gift Aid is kept tidy and organised. This role requires a shorter weekly time commitment, so is ideal for a volunteer who can only give an hour or two each week.
In this role, you'll be responsible for creating exciting and appealing window displays for our busy city-centre charity shop. You'll use our Visual Merchandising guides and follow our seasonal promotions calendar to create displays using donated items, Sourced By Oxfam goods and props.
Spirit of the Rainbow Heron
Rainbow Heron Café, promotes wellbeing for young people through providing a regular safe space, with peer support and creative activities. Create a relaxing, creative, non-judgemental space for young people and work to provide an environment that encourages & provides peer support. An understanding and willingness to work with diversity and mental health is important. An empathetic, a friendly manner, and good communication skills are required. Additionally, a willingness to be an active team member and willingness to be open and learn are positive attributes to have.
We are looking for someone with an interest in research to help us draw together what is available and make it accessible to our target audiences. This is an important, exciting and creative task for the right person, helping to develop positive action out of research.
This opportunity takes place between 06 Sep 2018 and 31 Aug 2019.
We’d love to use social media to spread the word about the cafe and attract new supporters, so we are looking for help from a creative person to develop our online presence.
Whirlow Hall Farm Trust
This opportunity takes place between 22 Sep 2018 and 26 Apr 2019.
Are you a would-be farmer or someone with farming experience? We are looking for help on the farm on Saturdays and/or Sundays between 8am and 12pm. Tasks include animal care: feeding, watering, mucking out, sweeping, bedding down and/or horticultural: weeding, harvesting, watering; and other farm duties. You will assist the Farm Team but must be able to work independently or in a small team. You will learn basic animal care skills
Grimm & Co - Apothecary to the Magical
Come and work in a retail environment like no other - Yorkshire's one and only apothecary for magical beings! Prepare and serve potions, fairy dust and giant belly button cleaners to humans and magical beings alike and help to raise awareness and funds for our children's writing charity.
Work with young people aged 7-18 to build confidence, creativity and skills through a range of engaging and innovative writing workshops. Mentors work in small groups or 1:1, engaging and supporting young people with enthusiasm, energy, and the provision of positive and meaningful feedback.