Good morning. I think that spring may be on the way, as the sun is finally shining in Brierley Hill.
I’m looking at re-running my popular training sessions – ‘Volunteers and the Law’ and ‘Tools to manage volunteers effectively’ – you can find our more info about the course content by following this link If you would be interested in attending could you please drop me an email to email@example.com as I have to have a minimum of 10 attendees to make hiring a room worthwhile. Normally we charge £10 for the ‘Volunteers and the Law’ which is a half day and £30 for the ‘Tools to manage volunteers’ as it’s a longer session and we need a more comfortable room [which costs a little more, but is better]
Also I am thinking of starting up a monthly catch up session for local volunteer managers and moving it around the borough. Nothing formal, just a catch up over a cuppa in Halesowen, Brierley Hill, Dudley and Stourbridge, so there would be three a year in each area, but anyone can come to any of them. I was thinking that if I moved it around people who would struggle to attend would hopefully have a local venue to come to. Do you think this is a good idea, helping volunteer managers feel more connected to other people in the same role? Would you be interested in hosting a session? Please drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For many people, volunteering is a direct reflection of their own inner values. It is a deeply fulfilling exercise to be able to give your time to support a cause that you are passionate about.
Many people give their time to things they are passionate about, but they may also volunteer to help themselves: maybe build their confidence, feel less isolated and get the feel good factor!
Helping a small group of friendly and welcoming volunteers to put on a social day for older people in the community. We are looking for volunteers who can help:
– Serve Teas and coffees
– Chat to anyone who might be by themselves and make them feel welcome
– Help our team put on a quiz and raffle
Nene Close, Stourbridge, DY8 1RL
Once a month on Saturday between 11am-2pm.
Once a month.
Due to the vulnerable nature of our clients decisions in regard to taking on volunteers with convictions are made centrally after the activity and role have been risk assessed.
Access issues for disabled volunteers or volunteers with sensory impairment or learning disabilities:
Our services in Dudley are volunteer led and support vulnerable people, as such we cannot accept volunteers who would require special supervision or additional support.
Friendly, chatty and reliable.
FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY, please contact: