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Discover opportunities and build connections with the people and organisations driving positive change in our communities
Our volunteers play a valuable role in supporting Step Change Studios to achieve its mission, enabling members of our community to dance, and helping to improve opportunities and outcomes for disabled people of all ages and abilities.
The volunteering team is looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us trial, evaluate and deliver some family self-led activities in the Horniman gardens.
Family Craft volunteers help devise and deliver weekly Saturday drop-in craft workshops inspired by the Museum’s collections, themes, and values. These workshops enable families to have a more creative and playful experience at the Museum.
Do you want to find out more about environmental issues while gaining skills associated with auditing? Volunteer as a Sustainability auditor and make a positive impact at King’s and receive an IEMA certificate. Audit days are 29th and 30th of May.
Join passionate community leaders from across London who are coming together to demand change from the next mayor of London! You will support social justice and local democracy by aiding the action as part of the floor team.
Our Signposting & Guidance Volunteers support families in the medium term, over several conversations. Based at home, they’re a friendly voice helping families access local services. All training is provided, ensuring they can confidently talk about.
Volunteers are required to help in the running of our Five Sisters Café which is located in our Community Hub, on the ground floor of the Hospice. Our café sells a range of freshly made sandwiches, snacks, and hot meals. Hot and cold drinks.
Are you passionate about communicating science? Do you have scientific research experience? Join our Research Communications Group to help us raise awareness of the importance of ongoing research and clinical trials.
Our Family Connections volunteers chat with families on the telephone. Providing reassurance, care, support, and basic signposting – it’s a virtual cup of tea.
Our award-winning ESOL project offers English language classes to young people at a wide range of levels. This provides vital skills, opportunities and social contact and is crucial for enabling young people to do well at school or college.
Ready to make some noise for Leukaemia Care? Join our London Marathon cheer squad!
The Literacy Pirates is an educational, pirate themed charity that takes children aged between 9 and 13 on voyages as readers and writers. Our after-school programmes, led by teachers, offer one to one small group attention from trained volunteers.
Our befriending service will pair service users with volunteers who will talk to them for an hour each week.
We are looking for friendly and creative volunteers who can support our fortnightly art sessions for over 50s. The sessions are led by an art tutor and have a different theme each term.
We are looking for friendly and supportive volunteers who can come along and join in our weekly singing group, and support the team in providing refreshments and tidying up and help people with disabilities to access these sessions.
Join our open access youth session and support young people 8-16yrs to take part in a range of activities and have a safe space to hang out. We are particularly keen to get some female volunteers who can support sports activities!
We are looking for students, staff, and alumni to tutor a young person aged 14-18, online, one hour a week in term-time Sept-Dec 2024 to Summer 2025 to support them with their academic studies.
Accompany our members with learning disabilities to church.
Accompany our members on walks around our local area and befriend people who see the world differently to you.
Join our weekly community walk.