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Discover opportunities and build connections with the people and organisations driving positive change in our communities
Hospital Buddies volunteers will be matched with an older person who is going into hospital for an elective surgery. They will provide information, support and reassurance both pre admission and after discharge from hospital.
Make local green spaces more colourful and vibrant through helping with planting, watering and weeding. Learn about how to bring wildlife into urban places through planting and looking after the environment.
We are looking for new volunteers to join our team at The Markfield Project to make a huge difference to the families we support.
Our social clubs bring people together across generational divides to have fun; learn new things and create new friendships.
We run a monthly three course meal for isolated older people with live entertainment. Volunteers are vital to the dinner as with out them it would not go ahead. They provide a variety of roles.
Support the King's Sustainability Team to integrate sustainability into all modules and courses at king's!
Crossbones is a stone's throw away from London Bridge and was boarded up and closed for many years. Behind the hoardings is a post-medieval, un-consecrated pauper’s burial ground with the remains of an estimated 15,000 people buried there.
Help host our Community Fridge which aims to use food that would otherwise have gone to waste.
We need KCL students who have a passion for reading to join our volunteer team and support the number of families in London we have on our books waiting to be paired with a Reading Volunteer.
Share your knowledge and experience with young people. We are recruiting for volunteers who can make learning fun, build confidence and help students studying with in our 1:1 tutoring sessions.
Many of us have taken up gardening during the lockdown so we are calling all plant lovers, novice gardeners and keen enthusiasts to join our gardening group to look after our community garden, Breaker’s Yard.
We are The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), connecting people and green spaces to deliver lasting outcomes for both. Join thousands of people and communities across the UK connecting to nature on their doorsteps and contributing to its protection.
The role of a reading helper places you in the heart of primary school life. You’ll be leading reading sessions that bring a positive reading experience to children outside of the classroom. Children will benefit from someone giving them 1:1 support.
We need KCL students with a passion for reading to join our volunteer team and support the number of families, over Zoom, who we have on our books waiting to be paired with a Reading Volunteer.
Supporting our music academy for children aged 9-14 (no music experience needed!)
Come and sing in the Community Choir and/or informal church choir
Purpose of role: With an ageing population, more and more older people are at risk of isolation and loneliness as partners and friends pass away, children and grandchildren move away and the community around them changes at a fast pace.
Love Your Neighbour is our intergenerational one-to-one friendship programme. We introduce younger and older neighbours in Southwark and Lambeth, to share time, laughter, and joy together through regular meet-ups or phone calls, or a mix of both.
Help local disability organisation improve their employment framework and contracts.
We are looking for Volunteer Ambassadors to help us spread the word about Tutor The Nation on university campuses across the UK
Off the Curriculum (OTC), an educational charity, is looking for British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreting Volunteers, to interpret educational videos in English into British Sign Language.
In - Deep run music therapy sessions for children and young adults with send aged 3 - 25 with qualified music therapists and in age appropriate groups. Volunteers help support the children as well the running of the sessions.
Our Love Your Neighbour programme connects younger people with their older neighbours for a 1-2-1 intergenerational friendship through regular visits or calls. The programme provides conversation and companionship to help combat social isolation.
Can you tell a compelling story in an unfolding Twitter thread? Can you paint a beautiful blackboard that gives a clear message to our visitors? Can you create engaging photos or videos about Sutton House, to share on social media?