OPP OF THE DAY: Collection Box Volunteer, Beacon

Responsible to: Community and Events Fundraiser

Hours available: You may offer any amount of time between 9am-5pm, weekdays. Some evening work may be required.

Purpose: To collect money boxes from local shops and businesses.

The Role: The role is best suited to those who have their own transport and preferably have a good knowledge of the local area.

Beacon is looking for volunteer Collection Box volunteers in and around the Wolverhampton and Walsall to help us to:
• Visit local shops and businesses to collect full collection boxes, and deliver back to the Centre.

• Find more sites for our collection boxes

Our boxes already raise vital funds in the local community across the Black Country and with your help we want to increase our impact in the area.

The role will involve getting out and about in your local community, making contact with local shops, pubs and businesses, telling them about the work of the Beacon and asking if they can place our boxes near the tills.

Every few months the box will then need to be collected, returned to Beacon where it will be counted and banked.

This role can be fitted around your existing commitments.

The Collection Box volunteer role will require some flexibility as some collections may take place in evenings

Support in your role will be provided by the Community and Events Fundraiser

All mileage costs will be covered by Beacon

A DBS check will be required for this role

If you live in the areas mentioned and would like more information about the role please contact our volunteer team: bgreen@beaconvision.org or 01902 880111

OPP OF THE DAY: Various roles with Stourbridge Cricket club

“Stourbridge C.C Promoting Excellence in Cricket”

Volunteers at the centre of our activities

Catering, Bar work, Gardening and Groundwork

Stourbridge Cricket club wish to offer following opportunity for volunteers to support our activities.

Catering
• Seasonal opportunity: May to end of August
• Time from 11am to 6pm
• To help prepare a healthy cricket Buffett for 15 people
– prepare arrange of sandwich
– include a variety of fruit, savouries
– ensure hot drinks
• Set teas for two teams and a VIP table
• Tidy and wash up after the teas
• Put away cutlery, plates and tables

Bar Work
• Learn basic bar work skills
– Serve a range of drinks
– Serve a range of confectionary and soft drinks
– Take money and give correct change
– Ensure bar is clean and tidy

Gardening
• To plan, plant, and showcase parts of the cricket ground as a garden
• Cultivate parts of the ground into flower beds
• To take care of the flower beds and maintain them
• To action horticultural work as required by the weather and the season

Groundwork
• To assist in the preparation of cricket ground
– Cut outfield using appropriate mower
– Weed the outfield
– Water the pitch as required
– Assist with movement of equipment such as covers
• To roll the pitches as required
• To weep and prepare pitches when required
• To assist in the covering of pitches as required
• To learn how to clean and care for mowers and other machinery
• To undertake Groundsman’s course if appropriate
• To assist in supporting cricket matches over the week- end if appropriate

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY please contact:

Harilal Jivan-Patel
Email: hjivanpate@aol.com

OPP OF THE DAY: IT Administrator – Deaf World

Deaf World is a charity organisation working in partnership with hearing impaired young people. We have an opportunity for a Volunteers position in our office in Smethwick.

 

A great volunteering opportunity available for an experienced IT Administrator with a growing charity. Role will include website maintenance and social media activities. Must have IT qualifications. The position will provide an excellent opportunity to contribute towards an emerging young people’s charity and enhance your website development portfolio and CV.

Hours negotiable, weekdays only. Very convenient location as Deaf World is nearby train stations Smethwick Galton Bridge and Smethwick Rolfe St. Bus no 87 stop is opposite the office.

 

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Deaf World
Email: deafworlduk@gmail.com

OPP OF THE DAY: Fundraiser/Bid Writer – Deaf World

Deaf World is a charity organisation working in partnership with hearing impaired young people. We have an opportunity for a Volunteers position in our office in Smethwick.

Fantastic volunteering opportunity for a bid writer to work within a fundraising role in a growing charity. Role will include securing funds from donors via online and applications and appeals. You will have good working knowledge and experience in writing funding bids. The position will provide a good opportunity to make a contribution towards the community, gain further experience and enhance your CV. The funding that you help secure will go towards projects that benefit hearing impaired young people.

Hours negotiable, weekdays only. Very convenient location as Deaf World is nearby train stations Smethwick Galton Bridge and Smethwick Rolfe St. Bus no 87 stop is opposite the office.

 

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:

Deaf World
Email: deafworlduk@gmail.com