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Woking Association of Voluntary Services Volunteers Needed Book

New Opportunities
Dance Woking ( under Light Box) Chairperson - Dance Woking is seeking to recruit a new Chair who should be able to demonstrate a real interest in the Arts and has held a senior position in the world of business the creative industries or public service! "undraising is an important dimension to the work of Dance Woking and the Chair should be comfortable in promoting the visibility of Dance Woking in this area! #t is e$pected that the successful candidate will have strong understanding of the important role that the arts%creative industries play in improving the &uality of people's lives building communities and contributing to the economy! New Haw Library (Co unity !artnership) "anage ent #roup "e bers - We currently have about () volunteers and *) members of the +anagement ,roup! We are looking for two or three people to help us on the -ibrary +anagement ,roup . planning the future direction of the -ibrary arranging training for our volunteers and looking after our volunteer rotas writing a volunteers' maga/ine preparing leaflets to go out to the community raising the profile of the -ibrary organising events and displays developing the -ibrary website . and a whole lot of other 0obs that are involved in keeping the -ibrary running for the local community! 1his is a really wide and interesting role which would enable you to use your talents in lots of different ways . or to specialise in one area if you prefer! New 2aw -ibrary has been a volunteer run -ibrary since 3ctober 4)*4! Surrey County Council provide the premises and the books but the New 2aw -ibrary Community 5artnership provide the volunteers to run the -ibrary! 1he 5artnership is a -imited Company and has charitable status! Woking Borough Counci$ % Woking &C +ulti6Sports Assistant Coach 7Disability8 6 Woking "ootball Club Woking Borough Council and Active Surrey are working in partnership to start a new #nclusive Sports Club in Woking! We are looking for volunteers to support these sessions 7starting from Sunday 9 +ay8 you do not necessarily need e$perience in sport as training%&ualifications will be provided where necessary but e$perience of working with disabled young people would be highly beneficial! #n the long term there may also be the chance for paid employment! Sessions will be aimed at young people from ** . *: years old Woking #nclusive Sports Club will provide opportunities for these young people to play a range of sports! Activities and sports include boccia new age curling wheelchair basketball table cricket goalball football and more! All sessions will be overseen by fully &ualified e$perienced coaches and is therefore a fantastic opportunity for you to be mentored by e$perienced coaches as well as gaining coaching &ualifications in the future! 'urrey Care (rust Learning 'upport )ssistant Cook 6 We are looking for volunteers who can help support the young people at our -earning Centre learn the necessary cooking skills to enable them to cook their daily lunch! 1he -earning Centre is open ; days per week if you can help on one regular day each week or more we would like to hear from you! Learning 'upport )ssistant Literacy and Nu eracy! We are looking for -earning Support volunteers who can help support the young people at our -earning Centre on a one to one basis teaching -iteracy and Numeracy! We are open five days a week and we would be pleased to hear from anyone who can help on one regular day each week or more!

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')(*O ,ames%<vents Volunteer 6 We are looking for volunteers to help with our one day events 6 you may be helping a team of children to make lighthouses run a Company for the day or make a sporting structure= >ou can also volunteer to help us in the office preparing the activities! Do please get in touch to find out more even if you can 0ust spare a day or two a year= We are also looking for volunteers with engineering e$perience to help with construction challenges! +,C(," '-!!O*( Caseworker 6 We are looking for people to 0oin our local team to provide emotional support to Victims of Crime! 1his involves face to face and telephone contacts with victims! Working in your own time not from office but part of a team with close supervision from +anager! '( .OHN/' C)*0 Dri1ers Needed 6 St! ?ohn@s Care is a good neighbour scheme looking for volunteers to help with transport for medical appointments shopping home visits small odd 0obs and other tasks for disabled adults and elderly residents living in the area! 3wn car re&uired and a current clean driving licence is re&uired! 2ours and days are fle$ible and travel e$penses will be paid! New volunteers are DBS checked!

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"inute 'ecretary 6 3ur local branch of the National Arthritis Care holds monthly social evening and outings for members! We urgently need a volunteer +inute Secretary to 0oin our friendly committee which meets in Woking! +eetings are usually held one a month on a "riday lunchtime! Support will be given to the new volunteer by the e$isting minute secretary! '!O*( *0L,0& ",L0 0+0N( 2 34*D ")*CH 3567 Volunteering opportunities will involve helping with set6up and de6rig and course marshalls@ on the day as well as giving out water and medals at the finish line A)%* WO8,N# )''OC,)(,ON O& +OL-N()*9 '0*+,C0 +o$unteer :or Woking ,nterpreting and (rans$ation 'er1ice; Volunteer re&uired initially for one day a week 71uesday8 to take bookings from clients and book interpreters! +ust be computer literate and able to use database! ,ood telephone manner essential! 1he ability to cover other days if necessary would be an advantage B*,(,'H *0D C*O'' "obi$ity )ids +o$unteer - A medical loan volunteer is on hand to deal with each re&uest and make it possible for people to return to their own homes after illness or surgery by loaning them e!g! wheelchairs bath seats back rests or walking frames! 4A%*

'urrey Disab$ed !eop$e<s !artnership Citi=en )d1ocacy - 1o provide independent free and confidential Citi/en Advocacy to disabled adults within the administrative County of Surrey! 1o support the Advocacy Service as a wholeB in particular working in support of the 5rofessional Advocacy Service by assisting clients with non6urgent and longer term issues Advocate on behalf of disabled people Communicate with clients regularly by the most appropriate means Create a relationship with the client where he%she will feel able to discuss their problems in confidence with you Act on behalf of clients following their instructions ensuring they are consistent with good practice and the law

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+aintain secure records and data of client's details in accordance with data protection and SD55's Confidentiality 5olicy 5rovide monitoring information relating to work undertaken with clients including hours spent and actions taken Attend regular C3ne to 3ne' sessions with the Volunteer Coordinator Attend Advocacy +eetings and accept any relevant training whenever possible <stablish what your client is hoping to achieve and review options if this goal is not achievable #f necessary re&uest permission from the client to discuss matters with other relevant people involved with them "ormulate an action plan%advocacy agreement with the client 1ake whatever appropriate action is necessary to achieve the goal keeping the client informed at each stage! -iaise with other agenciesB statutory voluntary and independent as necessary Contact the Volunteer Coordinator when guidance is re&uired! Do not disclose own personal details to clients 7home address%tel no8 #f appointments with clients can only be arranged during weekends or evenings please ensure SD55's -one Working 5olicy is adhered to! WO8,N# "0N()L H0)L(H *0'O-*C0 C0N(*0> CO*N0*HO-'0 0ating Disorder #roup &aci$itator> Beat - 1he volunteering opportunity is to provide support to people affected by a range of eating disorders including anore$ia bulimia and overeating conditions within a self help group environment! 1he role involves co6facilitating groups where people can meet to share e$periences and coping strategies with others in a similar situation! Currently twice monthly from (!A) to D!)) and will take place at Cornerhouse Woking and Cornerhouse Eunnymede *A Corrie Eoad Addlestone! *4%*4 #,*L#-,D,N# -8 -nit Leader> )ssistant Leader or -nit He$per - We run Eainbow 7; . ( yrs8 Brownie 7( . *) yrs8 and ,uide 7*).*9 yrs8 meeting for girls in Fnaphill and Brookwood! 1here are various roles offered from being the Gnit -eaderB planning and running the weekly meetings and keeping a record of all the admin Assistant -eaderB helping with the planning and helping out at the weekly meetings occasionally running an activity or Gnit helperB helping out at the weekly meetings! Also there is the chance to do the accounts for Gnits! 1his is a fantastic opportunity to work with girls aged between ; and *9 and watch their confidence develop! 9O*8 *O)D !*O.0C( +o$unteer Charity &undraiser - 1o assist in increasing income from fundraising and other funding streams to the >ork Eoad 5ro0ect! 1he post holder will work with the 5ro0ect +anager and 5ro0ect Director to plan and facilitate fundraising events and also research other funding streams that may be available! 1his will be achieved by establishing a regular fundraising schedule and online research! +o$unteer Housing Options )d1isor - 1o assist with identifying client's area of local connection housing options available and completing paperwork in relation to this! 1he post holder will work with the Day Centre Co6ordinator to identify individual housing options for clients! +o$unteer 0 p$oy ent )d1isor - 1o assist with facilitating both group and one to one session with clients to look at employment skills and other aspects relating to preparation when looking for work! 1he post holder will work with the Day Centre Co6ordinator to support clients with looking for work! +o$unteer We$:are Bene:its )d1isor - 1o assist with facilitating both group and one to one sessions with clients to look at employment skills and other aspects relating to preparation when looking for work! 1he post holder will work with the Day Centre Co6ordinator to support clients with looking for work! CON?-0'( )*( +o$unteers He$per 6 Con&uest Art is a class for physically disabled people! We meet every Wednesday afternoonB we need a driver to collect some of the artists! # encourage the

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members to watercolour paint! #t is a very informal with no instructions given! +embers are encourages to develop their own way! 1he club is on a Wednesday from *!A)pm . 9!))pm

()L8 2-*#0N(L9 *0?-,*0D He$p (hose *eco1ering &ro 'tokes - (herapeutic Workshop +o$unteers are trained to learn the strategies to help recoverers from strokes with dysphasia 7a problem with communication and comprehension8 working one to one at Fnaphill 71hurs am8 1here may also need for volunteers who are willing to visit recoverers at home on a regular weekly%fortnightly basis !0O!L0<' (H0)(*0 CO"!)N9 &undraiser@ 1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is looking for a creative conscientious and diligent person to help us raise funds for our important work in education and our high &uality nationally touring family theatre productions! 1he ideal volunteer will have a passion for the arts and en0oy the thrill of supporting creative endeavour as well as the multi6faceted challenges of identifying and applying for grants and other sources of revenue! Work is fle$ible with hours to suit and can be carried out in our offices or from your own home! Costu e "aker@ 1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is looking for a friendly and capable person to help us develop and make costumes for our nationally touring adaptation of 3ld +acDonald 2ad a "arm! 1he ideal volunteers will have a passion for clothes and costumes and en0oy being part of a production that caters for young families! 1here are three costumes to create! 1he first for our hero 3ld +acDonald himself! 1he second for his ally in this clever re6imaging of the original nursery rhyme 6 a Eussian Scientist and the third for +rs +acDonald! Work is fle$ible with hours to suit and can be carried out in our offices or from your own home! "arketing "anager and "arketing )ssistantA 1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is looking for two friendly creative and enthusiastic people to help us promote our uni&ue brand of high &uality family theatre as well as our ongoing education programme! 1he ideal volunteers will have a passion for theatre and en0oy developing promotional concepts and materials and talking to other like6minded people as well as press and sponsors! Work is fle$ible with hours to suit and can be carried out in our offices or from your own home! Book 8eeperB)ccountant-1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is a registered charity that tours theatre across the GF! We are looking for a friendly organised and capable person to help with our book keeping! 2ours to suit 6 some at home 6 and lots of benefits 6 particularly if you love the theatre WO8,N# 9"C) *eceptionist 6>ou will have the opportunity toH +eet and greet all guests to the building 5rovide general admin assistance by answering the phones making calls answering en&uiries completing small admin tasks 2elp arrange room bookings at the >5od Centre <nsure that the reception is kept to a high standard as the Ishop windowJ of Woking >+CA Build customer service skills and learn about working in a community organisation Work with a variety of colleagues and visitors Work fle$ible hours 7typically 4pm6:pm on a weekday afternoon8 9outh Worker - >ou will have the opportunity toH K Assist the lead youth worker in the running of drop6in sessions! K Work fle$ible hours 7typical shift *:HA) 6 4*H)) pm on 1uesdays 1hursdays and "ridays8 ! "or further details please refer to the opportunity in the A6L section of this booklet! Co unity Li1ing +o$unteer@ We are looking for fle$ibility enthusiasm a common sense

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e+ent +o$unteering
'-**09 H)L& ")*)(HON 2 Cth ")*CH 3567 1he Surrey 2alf +arathon is taking place on Sunday +arch Dth 4)*9 they are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help deliver this e$citing new event! We are looking for volunteers to fill a variety of roles from helping people leave their bags safely to providing drinks and nutrition along the routeH from fetching and carrying during race 2M set up to giving their medals at the finish line! #f you would like to be involved in Surrey@s first closed6road marathon event get in touch! "OONW)L8 LONDON 3567 2 65(H ")9 3567 We need masses of volunteers at the +oonwalk -ondon 4)*9 on *)th +ay to support over *( ))) Walkers taking part in a +arathon or 2alf +arathon challenge in their fantastically decorated bras= 2elp us promote breast cancer awareness by donating your time N skills to help raise money for Walk the Walk a grant making charity! K An upbeat fun N challenging event! K Different roles to choose from includingH route marshals directional team awarding medals to walkers cycle support helping in WalkWear shop handing out water plus many more= K Be part of the original and only I+oonWalkJ 6 night power6walking marathon N half marathon! K 5ut some e$cellent volunteering e$perience under your hat= K Whether you are coming alone or with a group of friends we have a role to suit everybody=

3D C)N)L C)"!'- 3 CL0)N -! W0080ND' !L-' ) B,# D,# 5lanned for 4)*9 . dates to be advised! 3pportunity to be involved in activities including rebuilding towpaths in various locations! Driffield Navigation and 5ocklington Canal . <! >orks! -ining section of -ancaster Canal! -ock clearance in Derbyshire and bricklaying in the Cotswolds! ,reat fun cheap opportunity to broaden your e$perience and good on your CV! No e$perience re&uired but a good team player ideal '!O*( *0L,0& ",L0 0+0N( 2 34*D ")*CH 3567 Volunteering opportunities will involve helping with set6up and de6rig and course marshalls on the day as well as giving out water and medals at the finish line! Setting off from ,oldsworth 5ark Eecreation ,round the Sport Eelief +ile will take in the sights of ,oldsworth 5ark -ake and is set to be an incredible event!

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Do you want to e$perience the legacy of the 3lympicsO Cycle a route with 4) ))) others through -ondon and Surrey made famous by the 3lympics! "inish the ride in 5all +all 0ust before the country@s top cyclists race a similar route! Eide the 5rudential Eide-ondon6Surrey

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*)) on behalf of the Surrey6based Charity <ikon and help some of the county@s most vulnerable young people become thriving and resilient young adults! 1his *))6mile route is a challenging cycle ride through car6free roads in -ondon and through Surrey@s beautiful countryside! 5lease come in for more information!

) 2 E +o$unteering Opportunities
6st B9&L00( 'CO-( #*O-! 'cout Leader or Non uni:or ed He$per@ We are a Scout group who have grown to some D) boys and girls a few with special needs whose ages range from : to *; years! We offer a full range of activities suitable for the relevant ages programmed to challenge each child! We are looking for volunteers to 0oin our successful and friendly team who offer a range of outdoor and indoor activities encouraging children to stimulate and challenge themselves both physically and mentally! 6st HO*'0LL 'CO-(' 9outh Leader or -nit He$per@ Scouting is an Adventure and how people volunteer is up to them! 3ccasional helpers 7like the Duchess of Cambridge8 section leaders e$ecutive members all do different things! 1he happy 2orsell Scout community always needs new blood some sections are light on manpower and we do need help! +eetings are throughout weekday evenings and there are many fle$ible opportunities to help! 3nd OLD B9&L00( B*OWN,0' ,uider%Gnit 2elper 7W3F;*P8H Assistant ,uider and Gnit 2elper needed to assist the guider in charge with the Brownies (6*)yrs! >our role would be to enable the Brownies to participate in the activities on offer during the meeting and learn about the ethos of guiding and why it is special! Brownies +ondays ;!A)6(!A)pm 4H &-ND (H0L!,N# H)ND' &O* HOL,D)9') (rusteeH A voluntary position with an e$pected time commitment of 9 meetings per annum 74 6 A hours per meeting8! Additional time is fle$ible dependent upon the charity re&uirements and incumbent commitments! 7x7 *0'!ON'0 '-**09 7x7 'upport "e bers@ Support +embers assist Eesponders whilst on callouts and are covered by the liability insurance the only difference between a Support +ember and a Eesponder is they do not have to pass an assessment as they would not undertake any driving duties! Support +embers can choose to be more actively involved in call outs for e$ample by crewing 3perational +embers@ vehicles! 1hey can also assist in manning phones etc! 7x7 *esponders@ 1he key aim of the organisation is to bring together like6minded people who want to use their vehicles their time and their e$pertise to support the community in times of need! #n order to present a semi6professional service and because of health N safety re&uirements all 9$9 Eesponders who use their vehicles for the group must pass a basic assessment involving familiari/ation of their 9WD vehicle basic 9WD knowledge 7what you don@t know we can fill the gaps on8 their driving skills 7off6road%snow%ice8 their ability to navigate 7you can't help if you can't get there8 and their e&uipment within the vehicle 7we have some basic%cheap suggestions which can make all the difference8 Fth WO8,N# "0(HOD,'( *),NBOW -N,( 'cout Leaders and -nit he$pers@ to assist the Eainbow leader with the week to week running % organising of activities! Eainbows is within the unit of the ,uiding Association for girls aged ;6( years old! 1he current leader who set up the unit now re&uires additional help on 1hursday pm 7; to :8 term time only training given and CEB checks must be taken! Fth WO8,N# 'CO-( #*O-!

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'cout Leader and an )ssistant 'cout Leader H Scout troops cover a wide variety of activities taking into account the boys%girls needs and interests including badge work camping and outdoor activities etc! 1hey are also looking for help with the Beavers and Cubs all of which take place on a 1uesday evening and the ages range from : to *9 years!

)C(,ON),D Co$$ections Coordinator - ActionAid is looking for dynamic volunteers to coordinate local business collections in their surrounding villages! )C(,+0 '-**09 '!O*(' !)*(N0*'H,! 'port "aker@ Be a Sport +aker and make things happen! A new programme has been launched to empower people to inspire and organise their colleagues friends and family to get active! ?ust sign up online and book yourself onto a free inspiring workshop get free Adidas kit and access a network full of people like you who want to do more sport but 0ust don@t know where! Now you will have the skills contacts and the confidence to set up your own ; a side league organise after work tennis sessions or even start a new lunchtime yoga group! Sport +akers is an official ,overnment 3lympic -egacy programme! >ou can read more about it at www!sportmakers!co!uk! )C(,+0N(-*0 - 'ee *esidentia$ 'ection :or ore in:or ation Activenture runs residential programmes for young people aged P . *P years who are disabled or have special needs! 1ypical activities includeH archery canoeing /ip wire abseiling obstacle courses swimming craft sessions days out live bands karaoke and disco! )D-L( )ND CO""-N,(9 L0)*N,N# '-**09 CO-N(9 CO-NC,L - #-,LD&O*D 'upported )du$t Learning Centre Supported -earning Volunteer re&uired assisting the tutor N learning assistant in a class of P6*) learners with learning difficulties to support and encourage the learners to be as self managing and independent as possible! CEB Checks must be taken! An interest in basic cookery or arts and craft would help but training given! )#0 CONC0*N WO8,N# 1he work of Age Concern Woking could not happen without the group of dedicated volunteers of all ages who provide care and opportunities for older people who are involved in every aspect of Age Concern@s work! Be:rienders 7W3F44:8H who can spare an hour or so each week are kind and patient and have empathy with older people! All necessary training will be given! >ou will need good communication skills an understanding of confidentiality a sense of humour an understanding of the needs of older people sensitivity and reliability! &ire *isk Checkers 7W3F(4986 trained by Surrey "ire and Eescue Service you will carry out home fire risk checks in the homes of older people in the Borough of Woking! 1hese visits will be done in pairs with one volunteer being an Age Concern Woking befriender so that our other services can be offered at the same time! +o$unteer &riend (WO8 64C5) - Become a friend to an older vulnerable person! Commit to appro$ * hour each week! +ake a cup of tea have a chat give support! Feep in touch with Age Concern to report if anything seems wrong! -ocations in the Borough of Woking! (rustee (WO8 D57) 6 1rustees needed 6 especially if you can bring your own skills! >ou need to have empathy with older people and be a member of a very busy team of trustees who need more support! &und *aiser (GF5) 6 We would like someone to 0oin our fundraising committee help us to raise money bring your own ideas and head up your own pro0ects! )#0 -8 '-**09

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"inibus Dri1er - 1o be an occasional minibus driver for groups of older people in the Woking area allowing them to go on short one day outings and walks 6 possibly only A 6 9 times a year! Be:rienderH visiting or telephoning an older person once a week to chat listen and become a companion! Volunteers who visit an older person may talk drink tea share a game or watch 1V together! 1elephone Befrienders will arrange to call at a certain time each week to chat and catch up on news! )d1ocate :or the 0$der$y 7W3F*AA;8H to make a genuine difference to an elderly person@s life by helping them find a voice solve a problem or make an informed choice for them! We$:are Bene:its )d1iser to the 0$der$y 7W3F*AA:8H to be trained to help elderly people claim these benefits when they are entitled to them! 1his will significantly improve the &uality of their lives! Currently Q9!: billion each year is unclaimed in Welfare Benefits by elderly people in the GF! )LEH0,"0*/' 'OC,0(9 'urrey 1he Society provides dementia care a day centre outreach and advocacy carer support helpline drop6in centre and advice and information! )d inistration 'upport 2 Has$e ereH 5roviding support with general office duties and helping with volunteer%fundraising administration! We hope that you would be able to offer a couple of hours each week and provide some continuity over a number of months Co$$ections Box Co-ordinators> 'urrey@ #n order to e$pand the work of the Society so that even more people with dementia and their carers can be helped and supported we need to raise funds! 1his new community fundraising opportunity available in all parts of Surrey involves developing and maintaining an agreed number of collection bo$es in your local area and ensuring regular emptying of bo$es banking of money and keeping records of monies received! &undraising #roup 'urreyH #n order to e$pand the work of the Society so that even more people with dementia and their carers can be helped and supported we need to raise funds! By 0oining the group and assisting with its fundraising activities you will be making a valuable contribution towards achieving this aim! 1his role will involve assisting the Community "undraiser with fundraising activitiesH contributing ideas assisting at events devising new ways to generate income administration and organising specific events 7if you are willing to do so8! &undraising@ ,n "e oria #i1ing - 'urrey H #n order to e$pand the work of the Society so that even more people with dementia and their carers can be helped and supported we need to raise funds! 1his new community fundraising opportunity available in all parts of Surrey involves raising awareness of the work of the Society and the #n +emoriam giving opportunity with bereaved families and friends and local funeral directors! >ou will be visiting local funeral directors to introduce the work of the Society and to gain agreement to distribute and display in memoriam leaflets and envelopes! &undraising@ "e ory Wa$ks 2 'urrey (Working :ro Ho e;) H +emory Walk is the Society@s flagship fundraising event with walks taking place throughout September! All money raised is used to support services for people with dementia and their families and also raises awareness of dementia and the Society@s work in the community! 1his role is essential to support the Community "undraiser in planning organising delivering and evaluating flagship +emory Walks! 1he role is fle$ible and the specific commitment will be agreed between you and the Community "undraiser! As this is a time limited 7annual8 opportunity it will re&uire an increased time commitment in the run up to the event! 5lanning starts in April with an increased level of activity in September! 'upport 'er1ice B$etching$ey 7W3F*4A)8H 1his role will involve supporting staff in the Day Centre by chatting and engaging with people with dementia helping with activities and refreshments and ensuring that clients feel comfortable! We hope that you will be able to offer a few hours each week and provide some continuity over a number of months! 'upport 'er1ice 'upper C$ub@ Has$e ere (WO86346) 1his role will involve assisting staff and helping with refreshments receiving and chatting to visitors at our Supper Club for people living with dementia and their families! 1he supper club takes place on the first Wednesday of each month between : and P pm!

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+o$unteer Co-ordinator Has$e ere 7W3F*4A48H 1his role will involve assisting with the recruitment selection and placement of volunteers and ensuring they receive ade&uate induction and support! 1his role helps to ensure that we have the people we need to raise money improve awareness help behind the scenes and provide services to anyone living with dementia and those who care for them! 1his role will re&uire appro$imately *64 hours per week but would be fle$ible! Washing--p +o$unteers 7W3F*A)48H 1he team at the Bradbury Centre desperately need volunteers who are happy to clear and wash up cutlery crockery and glasses! 1his is a valuable role as it frees up the time of the support workers allowing them to focus completely on the care of their clients! ,n:or ation 'upport +o$unteer (0gha ) 7W3F*A4A8H role is essential to promote our services and highlight our presence in local areas! >our involvement will ensure information on our services is highly visible and readily available to those who need us! >ou will be welcoming and chatting with service users and directing them to relevant information and resources! >ou may also assist with the demonstration of care e&uipment! )*CH ()rt *esearch Creati1ity Hea$th) AEC2 is a registered charity that is dedicated to helping performers protect their occupational health and involving them in the entertainment of people with ill6health or physical disabilities! 01ents OrganisersH to help in all aspects of organising concerts in local hospitals and hospices! 1ime fle$ible R 6 * day per week e$penses paid and training given B)BCOC8 7' 'choo$ #o1ernorH 7W3F(P*8H 1oday@s schools are increasingly independent placing heavier responsibility on the governing body for budgeting standard6setting and strategic decision making! 1he ,overnor@s role is to be a Scritical friendS to the 2ead 1eacher helping with overall management! +eetings are usually held in the evenings and only during term time! B)',N#'(O80 C)N)L )-(HO*,(9 Cana$ "aintenance )cti1ities +o$unteer@ 7W3F*A4;8H 1he Basingstoke Canal Authority is looking for members of the community to volunteer some of their spare time to assist the Canal Eangers with general light maintenance tasks! Eanger led volunteer days will run every 1uesday starting on the *) ?anuary 4)*4 between *)am and 9pm! 1hey will take place across all areas of the Basingstoke Canal on rotation in both the Surrey and 2ampshire sections and will include tasks such as vegetation management painting clearing litter and controlling invasive plant species! 1his is your opportunity to get involved in your local community and make a real difference to the local environment meet new people be active learn new skills and en0oy a day in beautiful surroundings! BOO8' ON WH00L' - '-**09 CO-N(9 CO-NC,L L,B*)*,0' HBooks on Whee$sI 1o$unteerH to visit housebound clients to discuss their choice of reading%listening materialB to select books etc! at your local library and to deliver these to clients on a regular basis! Volunteers are recruited on behalf of Surrey County Council 7SCC8 by Women@s Eoyal Voluntary Service 7WEVS8! <$perience in mi$ing with elderly%disabled people and an interest in reading is an advantage! ,eneral physical fitness and the use of a car is desirable! "re&uency days and times can be negotiated! Woking%Byfleet%%West Byfleet%Fnaphill! B*,(,'H H0)*( &O-ND)(,ON 3ur vision is of a world in which people do not die prematurely of heart disease! B2"'s aim is to achieve this through pioneering research vital prevention activity and ensuring &uality care and support for everyone living with heart disease! !ub$ic 'peaker 7W3F*)4A8H >ou will be part of a network of enthusiastic Volunteer Speakers promoting our fundraising initiatives and telling others about the work of the charity inspiring them to get involved! Heart He$per 7W3F*)498H 2eart helpers support the charity and could includeH Being a local contact for instance picking up donations or helping to promote the charity collecting donations at a supermarket or on the street volunteering at local fundraising events helping

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with paperwork%research getting involved in fundraising for National 2eart +onth in "ebruary! Wa$k Co-ordinator 7W3F*)4;8H6 #dentifying walk7s8 in your area that are suitable for the participants that you aim to recruit conduct a risk assessment of the walk to ensure all walkers are safe and the environment is not adversely affected advertise and publicise your B2" Walk 7with the help and assistance from your B2" regional office8! Eecruit and register walkers and encourage sponsorship and fundraising! +anage the walk on the day to ensure all walkers are fully briefed on the route and other relevant details and that all volunteers understand their role! B*,(,'H H0)*( &O-ND)(,ON 'HO! - WO8,N# 'hop +o$unteers 7W3F48 to assist in the day to day running of a busy charity shop 'tock *oo )ssistants 7W3F*8 to assist in the stock room in Woking charity shop! B*,(,'H L-N# &O-ND)(,ON (B*0)(H0 0)'9 WO8,N#) Breathe <asy Woking is a friendly locally run support group for people with lung conditions who meet once a month for informative talks about living with their lung conditions or other local interests! 1hey also meet up socially outside of the group for meals and outings throughout the year! #roup 'upport +o$unteer 7W3F(9(8H to help in the running of the group! 1his post would suit a candidate who is approachable organised resourceful willing to get @stuck in@ and who can show empathy for people with a lung condition! B*,(,'H *0D C*O'' A volunteer6led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis whoever and wherever they are! "obi$ity )ids +o$unteer - A medical loan volunteer is on hand to deal with each re&uest and make it possible for people to return to their own hoomes after illness or surgery by loaning them e!g! wheelchairs bath seats back rests or walking frames! &ire and 0 ergency 'upport 'er1ice 7W3F;PA8@ 1he "ire and <mergency Support Service is a partnership with Surrey "ire and Eescue Service that provides immediate post6 crisis practical and emotional support to the victims of domestic fires floods and similar "ire service related incidents! #t is delivered 49%( by specially trained Eed Cross volunteers on6 call working on a rota basis! >ou decide when you want to be on6call! When you get a call you need to get to leatherhead "ire Station within appro$imately A) minutes! >ou will then have to go wherever the emergency is within Surrey! 'upport :ro Ho e Hospita$ +o$unteers to compliment and enhance the care provided by statutory agencies to patients needing practical care or assistance at home following discharge from hospital! Fey 1asks Bring a person home from hospital Visit and keep a person company fro a few hours in their home 2elp with shopping collecting prescription Assist people to regain their independence and confidence Co$$ection Box Co-ordinator 7W3F**4)8H >ou will be responsible for distributing and collecting Eed Cross collection bo$es within your local area maintaining regular contact with your collection bo$ holders! &undraiser coordinator 7W3F*A)A8H with an emphasis on the Eed Cross collecting week in +ay each year! >ou will coordinate the distribution of collecting tins and organise the flag day! Commitment will be a few hours each week! Ho e :ro Hospita$ Dri1er 7W3F*A*;8H to make a difference by taking a person home from hospital and helping them settle in their accommodation check heating and be able to make a cup of tea! B*,(,'H *OLL0* '!O*(' &0D0*)(,ON !*B"arketing O::icer 7W3F**()8H Eesponsibility for developing and maintaining marketing strategies to meet agreed company ob0ectives! #nitially a volunteer role for *)6hours per week working from home and remotely! <valuating customer research market conditions

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competitor data and implementing marketing plan alterations as needed and to oversee all marketing advertising and promotional staff and activities! )d inistrator 7W3F**(98H #nitially this 0ob will be a volunteer role for *) hours a week working from home and remotely! 1he Administrator manages all aspects of the Admin services and team and provides administrative support to various departments dealing with the task of editing typing mailing and filing! On$ine 'tore "anager 7W3F**(;8H #nitially this role will be a volunteer role for *) hours a week working from home and remotely! 1he 3nline Store +anager is responsible for website merchandising sourcing and agreeing contracts with C<3 and developing and maintaining an online store! 1hey will need to keep abreast of all roller skating trends and own merchandising strategies! )d inistration "anager 7W3F**(:8H #nitially this 0ob will be a volunteer role for *) hours a week working from home and remotely accessing the EollerDome server! 1he Admin +anager manages all aspects of the Admin services and team and provides administrative support to various departments dealing with the task of editing typing mailing and filing! 1hey keep in account the documentation details and all information regarding product sales! ,( O::icer 'urrey &ire +o$unteers 7W3F**(P8H #nitially a volunteer role for *) hours a week working from home and remotely accessing the BES" server! #n charge of all the #1 needs within BES"! +aintaining an inventory of advertisements and managing the ad server software! +aintaining these ads and setting parameters for them within the site@s architecture! B*OO8L)ND' "-'0-" 'tewards at Brook$ands 7W3FDA8H to staff all the e$hibition areas within the +useum interacting with visitors adding value to the visitor e$perience by offering information about the +useum! 1his also includes the Brooklands CConcorde <$perience'! Specifically the Steward's role on Concorde will be hosting visitors through the aircraft with its e$hibition areas N audio visual facilities its restored passenger cabin and flight deck etc! #uide 2 weekends 7W3FD;8H helping in Ihands on e$hibitionJ talking to and assisting visitors! #uide 2 schoo$s 7W3FD:8H helping in interactive science e$hibition during visits by school parties talking to schoolchildren! Also to look for volunteers willing to perform simple talks and demonstrations to groups of children! )cti1ity *oo )ssistant 7W3F4A:8H re&uired helping children between the ages of ; to ( years to build%construct models etc while they are waiting for their guide to take them for a ride on the 5enny "arthing! Volunteers should be good communicators with both children and their adult helpers! 1raining will be given and applicants will be CEB checked! B9&L00( CO""-N,(9 )C(,ON (B9&L00( C)*0) Dri1ers 7W3F;8H providing transport for elderly neighbours to the shops doctors etc! Byfleet Care needs a volunteer to cover the mobile phone for 4 hours per fortnight! !hone Co1er +o$unteer 7W3F:8 covering the mobile phone for 4 hours per fortnight! 1aking calls from elder neighbours needing taking to the shops doctors etc! and allocating volunteer drivers to the elderly person! B9&L00( -N,(0D CH)*,(9 (rustee - 1rustees are re&uired to attend si$ meetings a year 7during the day8! 1he charity is a grant making charity for people who live in the area of benefit 7Byfleet and West Byfleet8! 1he charity also has a 49 unit Almshouse 7sheltered housing comple$8 in West Byfleet! 1rustees consider the applications and agree to grants and%or other benefits! 1rustees also oversee the managment of the charity@s land and investment assets!

CH,LD*0N CO-N(9 HOL,D)9 &-ND - )$$ about 8ids 2 see *esidentia$ section (H0 CL-B )( OLD WO8,N# 9outh C$ub Leaders - A small community run youth group catering for young people age ** . *( meeting on Wednesday <vening :!A) 6 D!*;! We are looking for reliable enthusiastic

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volunteers who young at heart or body who will be willing to give up their time to supervise young people work in the tuck shop and help with administrative tasks on the night! No e$perience is necessary as it is a Clearn on the 0ob' opportunity! 1his is a fulfilling and worthwhile position and you will probably get out a lot more than you imagine working with enthusiastic and sometimes challenging young people! We take the young people on trips and would also welcome help during these events! )cti1e )ssistance 6 1he Club at 3ld Woking Community Centre needs an energetic and enthusiastic person to help organise active games on Wednesday evenings with some boisterous young people D 6 *( years either in a large hall or outside if the weather is fine! #n wetter weather we have a pool table and table6tennis as well as a tuck shop for the young people and welcome anyone who can motivate the more energetic young people with fresh ideas! Cra:t )cti1ity Organiser - We need an enthusiastic artistic person to help organise craft activities on Wednesday evenings with our young people D 6 *( years some of whom have special needs! We have a large range of materials and space as well as a kitchen for any cooking pro0ects! We would welcome anyone who can inspire our young people with fresh ideas! 9outh C$ub Co ittee "e ber - 1he Club at 3ld Woking Community Centre needs a literate and numerate person to 0oin the management committee of the club! Do you have a little time to help with admin tasks such as applying for grants volunteer recruitment and coordinating the club volunteer@s rotaO COBH)" LONDON B-' "-'0-" "useu 'teward % #uide - involved in face to face contract with the public welcoming and receiving them to the -ondon Bus +useum stewarding guiding and advising them about the e$hibits on display! >ou will also have the opportunity to answer en&uiries about the +useum and its events over the telephone and in person! >ou may have the opportunity to assist in administration tasks in the +useum@s office! >ou may be asked to fulfil a similar role elsewhere on the Brooklands +useum site! CO""-N,(9 &-*N,(-*0 !*O.0C( - WO8,N# Dri1erBwarehouseperson 7W3FAD;8H needed to load and drive van appro$! 9) miles per day! Need clean full driving licence must be able to lift furniture! +onday to "riday! 'hop +o$unteers 7W3F;D:8H wanted +onday 6 Saturday between D!A)6;!A)pm to help with referrals and the general public choose furniture and other household items from our shop%warehouse! Warehouseperson 7W3F :;A8 needed to work in the warehouse lifting and moving household items that are donated by the community! +onday 6 Saturday D!A) . ;!A)! )warenessB!ro otion )d1isor 7W3F:;98H needed to raise awareness of the furniture pro0ect by delivering presentations to housing associations and other similar pro0ects! &urniture *estoration (woodBupho$stery) 7W3F(4P8@ 1he charity was set up 4) years ago! #ts aims are to re6use furniture and other household items to people in the local community! We have a vast array of interesting and collectible items! Someone with skills in woodwork or upholstery would be ideal! We have a fully e&uipped workshop to help renovate donated furniture! 1asks may includeH repairing chairs and tables and restoring anti&uities! <$perience is welcomed but there is full training available if you have an interest and are willing to learn! )d inistration 'upport 7W3F AD:8 - Volunteer needed to carry out general office duties including data input invoicing and filing for a few hours per week 6 +on 1ues Wed or 1hurs between D!A) am 6 ; pm! Muality management procedures e$perience would be helpful! CO""-N,(9 '-!!O*( +OL-N(00*' - *etired and 'enior +o$unteer !rogra e +o$unteer OrganiserH ESV5 encourages people aged ;) and over who have time and energy to spare to become involved as volunteers in their local community! We operate nationwide and have *; ))) volunteers involved in educational environmental community care and health pro0ects! +ost of our pro0ects and activities are developed and run by Volunteer 3rganisers 6 people who are volunteers themselves and take on responsibility for leading pro0ects!

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Volunteer 3rganisers develop pro0ects according to their skills N interests and the needs in their local community 6 and they find other local people in their area to 0oin them as volunteers! >ou might want to find people to help children with reading in local schoolsB arrange outings for housebound older peopleB drive people to medical appointmentsB clear up a local canal or open spaceB set up knitting groups in residential homes 6 the list is endless= As an 3rganiser and member of ESV5 you will receive training and ongoing support from ESV5 help with fundraising and publicity to get your pro0ect going and access to a friendly network of like6minded people across the GF with whom you can share your e$periences and ideas as a Volunteer 3rganiser! #t really is a valuable way to use your skills and life e$perience! CON?-0'( )*( +o$unteers He$per 6 Con&uest Art is a class for physically disabled people! We meet every Wednesday afternoonB we need a driver to collect some of the artists! # encourage the members to watercolour paint! #t is a very informal with no instructions given! +embers are encourages to develop their own way! 1he club is on a Wednesday from *!A)pm . 9!))pm CON()C( (H0 0LD0*L9 (WO8,N#) #roup Coordinators 6 Coordinators ensure everything runs smoothly each month! Coordinators are also often volunteer drivers too! Coordinators organise the monthly group outings by liaising with the hosts and drivers so that everyone is clear about the time date and place! After the drivers have been called by the coordinator they in turn contact the older guest%s! Support and advice for the coordinators is readily available from 2ead 3ffice or the regional Development 3fficer if re&uired! We ask all group coordinators for two references and we also take out a DBS check before you start as a volunteer! 1he coordinators role is very important but it only takes a little e$tra regular commitment each month in addition to the outing! 1here are up to *; older guests and volunteers relying on you= #t is the coordinators 0ob to be organised and keep everyone informed! (ea !arty Host 6 2ost provide a warm welcome and a simple afternoon tea lasting between two to three hours for si$ to nine older guests and their drivers 7three to five drivers8! 3ften host involve family and friends and two or three generations 0oin in! Ee&uirementsH 1he only essentials are a big tea pot a downstairs toilet and easy access to your house 7e!g! not to many steps to your front door8 >our commitmentH We ask hosts to commit to one or two tea parties a year 6 more if they want! 1he volunteer coordinator will call to check dates and other arrangements and nearer the time will confirm how many guest to e$pect!

CO*N0*HO-'0 Depression 'upport #roup &aci$itator 7W3F;P98H "acilitators at the Depression Support groups usually attend every week! 1he wellbeing group is term6time only the other groups continue to run during the school holidays! "or the evening groups we operate a rota which usually means a time commitment of around twice a month all year round! We aim to have two facilitators at every meeting! 1o help the group run smoothly! Fey Activities ,uiding the group discussion so that people feel safe by timekeeping for e$ample we have A) minutes left and invite another to speak or summarising and then moving the conversation onto another topic or ask a lightening &uestion eg ask everyone to share one thing that helps them rela$ or one tip for coping with life or one helpful thing someone has said to them etc! Noting anyone who looks uncomfortable and either check 3F at the end or if it is possible in your group suggest that they are called during the week! 1o uphold the ,roup values 7see below8 Not getting drawn into a one to one situation with any person

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Showing that the person has been heard using body language active listening skills paraphrasing etc! Acknowledging the feelings being e$pressed and reassureB for e$ample it is ok to cry! 5oint out any positive aspects%feelings%achievements that the person may not be giving themselves credit for! 3pening up the discussion to others Signposting and encouragement towards other resources! Volunteers will be re&uired to keep brief notes of the session ie Christian names of those present any follow up for the Depression Support Worker! #t is important that these notes should be as impersonal as possible and should not use names! #f there is any concern about a group member please circle the dsw follow up section of the form and the depression support worker will make contact with the facilitator%s as soon as possible after the meeting! Wa$k Leader 7W3FD4:8H >ou will lead a small group of walkers on a walk of about an hour around Woking! Currently walks leave from the -ightbo$ on a Wednesday morning but will hopefully e$pand to other times and starting points! C*-'0 B0*0)+0"0N( C)*0 &undraising Co ittee "e ber 7W3F*(A8H to serve on the fundraising committee and help raise much needed funds to support their bereavement care programme for members of the public including children! Berea1e ent counse$$ors needed! 1raining takes place at Ashford 2ospital and starts ?anuary ** *P 4; "eb ; *; 4: +arch *; N 44!7Saturdays full days8 1he course costs QA))! D0B*) CH)*,(9 'HO! 8N)!H,LL; 'hop Worker 7W3F49D8H D<BEA is a charity raising funds for people with a genetic skin disease! 1heir shop in Fnaphill is looking for volunteers to serve in the shop and sort clothes! Grgent re&uest for Fnaphill shop 1uesday *69pm "ridays am and pm and all day Saturday! D,OC0'0 O& #-,LD&O*D Be:riender 2 &a i$y and +u$nerab$e )du$ts 2 A befriender's involvement is best every other weekH not over6involved in the person but there as a help and guide! #t is important to help the person to engage with others in their community to make friends through outside activities whether through the church or not! All befrienders do the same training which takes place over three separate days! +o$unteer Dri1er 2 Ho e$essness !re1ention 'er1ice - Volunteer drivers will assist housing specialist workers to provide transport for young people to get them to housing appointments and%or emergency accommodation! 1he role re&uires some on6call and occasional out of hours working! 3wn transport is re&uired but e$penses are paid! #eneric &a i$y 'upport +o$unteer - 1he volunteer will work with the young person and family regarding parenting issues help with budgets etc! #t is family focussed and the volunteer will report back to a Social Worker 6 they are the eyes and ears of the family situation! Some group work and some individual work will be re&uired with a minimum of 4 hours per week including some out of hours working on occasion! 'er1ice De$i1ery 'upport +o$unteer at Ho e$essness !re1ention 'er1ice - 1o work alongside the 2omelessness 5revention Service administrator and panel co6ordinator to assist in client facing activities and help co6ordinate the administration for the 9 supported housing panel meetings that occur every : weeks! Ee&uired for 9 hours per week during office hours +onday to "riday D,')B,L,(9 CH)LL0N#0*'

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)d inistration &undraisingH A volunteer fundraiser is needed to help with administration and pro0ects in the charity@s head office! Confidence on the computer is essential and volunteer must be able to do * day%week or 9 hours min! Eelevant training will be provided! 9outh !$ay Workers 7W3F;*(8H for Saturdays and holiday schemes run at various venues throughout Surrey! Applicants should be enthusiastic and energetic with an interest in working with disabled children! Need to commit for at least : months either A69 Saturdays per month and%or during school holidays or at least A hours per week for the after school club in ,uildford! +arshals are needed to support this event by setting up handing out race numbers giving out water and timing chips pointing people in the right direction and cheer on the runners= "inibuses Dri1ers 7W3F*4P48H "or pick up from local schools to the after school activity clubs! 7Without this valuable service the children many disabled children would not be able to attend our service!8 1he right people would need to have a clean licence been driving over 4 years and be over the age of 4;! #deally the person will have a D* on their licence but this is not essential as we will pay for training for a certificate to drive our buses 7not D* certificate 6 one for smaller buses8 0,8ON &a i$y !rogra e 'upport 7W3F*A:D8H 1o help at Connect "amilies Course a course aimed at families resident in Woking with young people aged *96*: and is designed to strengthen family relationships! 1his is done by helping young people to understand and deal with the stresses both they and their parents face and shows how we can appreciate one another and encourage good behavior! We e$plore ways of dealing with peer pressure and protecting against substance misuse! 1his is a rela$ed course with an informal session at the end of each week where snacks and drinks are served and parents are invited to 0oin! 1he course runs on one evening per week! 0!,L0!'9 )C(,ON Co unity &undraising )ssistants 7W3F*A998H <pilepsy Action@s brand new Community "undraising team is looking for volunteers in Fent N Surrey 1his is a new opportunity to support the GF@s leading epilepsy charity! We need your help with everything from events and street collections to involving your company friends or community group! >ou can also get involved in our National 1ea Break and Doodle Day! "undraising is fun and rewarding and we will support you all the way! Wonga Wa$k Coordinator 7W3F*A;A8H Want to step out to help the :)) ))) people living with epilepsy in the GF todayO We@re looking for enthusiastic volunteers to organise a sponsored Wonga Walk in their local area! Wonga Walks can take place at any time throughout the year and your walk can be as big or a small as you like! >ou can organise a long distance hike in the countryside a sponsored dog walk an urban midnight walk or even a tots toddle! Any funds you raise will be vital in helping us continue to support people living with epilepsy! >our brand new local Community "undraiser will provide advice support and ideas to make your event a success and as the organiser you will receive a fundraising pack includingH 5osters Sponsor forms Certificates 3ne free <pilepsy Action 16shirt for each registered walk Eegular newsletters 3pportunity to advertise your walk on our website <$clusive access to our <pilepsy AC1#3N heroes group @1hank you@ certificate to display how much you@ve raised 1his is a great opportunity to support the GF@s leading epilepsy charity! So put those walking shoes on and 0oin hundreds of people across the GF stepping towards a better understanding of epilepsy!

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Co unity #roup Coordinator 7W3F*A;98H Could you start a fundraising groupO Starting your own group isn@t as scary as it sounds= As the group founder you@ll need to bring together a group of fundraisers! 1hese can be your friends family and colleagues! So it might be much simpler than you think= >ou will then organise the group to get together 6 either in person by phone or over the internet 6 to discuss ideas and make plans! All members of the group are welcome to get in touch with us but as the leader you will be the main contact for information! What support will you getO Well that all depends on what you need= #f you feel confident to move ahead with your own ideas we@re here for you to run your ideas and plans past! But if you feel you want more involvement we can do that too! <veryone@s different and we@ll work with you to suit what works best for you! ?ust to give you an idea events can be anything that interests to you= 1his could be a coffee morning sponsored walk summer fete Christmas fayre a pamper night or even a ball! Whether you@d like to get involved or 0ust find out more we@d love to hear from you= Co unity &undraising )ssistants 7W3F*A998H <pilepsy Action@s brand new Community "undraising team is looking for volunteers in Fent N Surrey! 1his is a new opportunity to support the GF@s leading epilepsy charity! We need your help with everything from events and street collections to involving your company friends or community group! >ou can also get involved in our National 1ea Break and Doodle Day! "undraising is fun and rewarding and we will support you all the way! Co$$ection and 01ents 'upport +o$unteer 7W3F*A;;8H Can you spare a few hours every now and again to make a massive difference to people with epilepsyO #f so 0oining our collectors and event support team could be for you= We@re looking for people or groups who can give us a few hours of their time to support our events and collections! 1his could a bucket collection in a supermarket or a football stadium helping at a coffee morning or marshalling at a sponsored walk! >ou can tell us when you would like to volunteer and when we have something happening in your area we@ll get in touch and invite you along! We generally ask you to 0oin us for three hours at a time but there@s no obligation to say yes! 1his is an easy stress6free way to get involved with fundraising= 0!WO*(H CHO,* *e:resh ent He$per 7W3F*)((8H <pworth Choir is a friendly local choir that sings to raise money for local charities! #t rehearses on Wednesdays through the year with a si$ week break in the summer! We aim to serve tea coffee and biscuits at the interval when people can chat and socialise! We are looking for volunteers to work alternate weeks in pairs in the e$cellently e&uipped kitchen facility in the Church hall where you can also hear the Choir rehearse while preparing and tidying away! &)",L9 L,N0 '-**09 (rustees 6 "amily-ine seeks to recruit two trustees and welcomes interest from anyone with a range of life skills and an enthusiasm that will benefit the charity! 5revious e$perience as a trustee is unnecessaryB as induction and training can be offered if needed! 1wo references are re&uired and depending on the role a CEB check may be necessary! <ach trustee contributes through their differing life skills and e$perience! Some of our trustees are retired but active in the community others are in employment with busy family lives! At times throughout the year our trustees are e$pected to assist with fund raising public awareness opportunities and representing the charity at local events! He$p$ine +o$unteers 7W3F4):8H to answer calls from parents and other family members of all ages who may have a variety of problems concerns or sometimes 0ust need to talk! Ee&uired in Dorking 2M or working from home! >ou will have parenting e$perience be open minded non60udgemental and a good listener! "ull training given! 1imes e$tremely fle$ible weekdays and weekends from *)!))am 6 *)!))pm! 1here is a particular need for volunteers 4pm 6 ;pm and ;pm 6 Ppm on Saturdays! Lead )d inistrati1e +o$unteer 7W3F:9)8H "amily-ine seeks to recruit a volunteer capable of leading organising and mailing the charity's posters and leaflets to a wide range

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of schools colleges and both voluntary and statutory agencies in Surrey Susse$ and south -ondon Boroughs! 1he office is situated in -eatherhead so own transport would be re&uired! 1his is an administrative role well6suited to someone with good organisational and computer skills! &O'(0*,N# (0)" 2 '-**09 CO-N(9 CO-NC,L &oster carers for the children who are Ilooked afterJ by the county council! 71he term @looked after@ refers to children who are under *P and have been provided with care and accommodation by children@s services!8 A large number of the children who we deal with will have a history of physical se$ual or emotional abuse! Some may have suffered the death of a parent or have parents who are too ill to care for them! 3thers may have disabilities and many different needs! &*,0ND' O& (H0 0LD0*L9 (e$ebe:riending! 7W3FPDA8H 3ur 1elebefriending Service creates befriending relationships on the phone between volunteers and isolated older people! >ou will need to be a good listenerB friendly patient and en0oy talking on the telephoneO We will ask you to phone * 6 A older people in <ngland or Wales to reduce their feelings of isolation and loneliness and enhance their contact with the outside world! >ou will call on a regular basis and build up firm friendships over time on the phone! >ou will call an older person at least twice a month for up to half an hour! 1he calls will be made from your own home or place of work in line with <mployer Supported Volunteer Schemes! We will provide full training offer regular social events and reimburse e$penses! &*,0ND' O& (H0 0LD0*L9 (Bernard 'un$ey Nursing Ho e) +isitor to *esidentH Visiting the residents to take them for walks around the garden or simply 0ust pop in for coffee and a chat! ,ood communication skills are essential and must be <nglish speaking! &*,0ND' O& WO8,N# !)L)C0 )ssisting with the Wood$and "aintenance - Working in a 2a/el Coppice with a small group of volunteers! ,eneral woodland maintenance! #,*L#-,D,N# -;8; #uide Leader@ ,uiders are needed to help out with Eainbows Brownies and ,uides in the Woking area 7including Chobham and Byfleet8! >ou would work with &ualified ,uiders to help run sessions on a weekly basis during term time! #OD)L",N# (O#0(H0* CO""-N,(9 ,N(0*0'( CO"!)N9 +isitor ,n:or ation Centre He$per 7W3F*AAD8H An opportunity e$ists to assist in staffing ,odalming@s first ever Visitor #nformation Centre situated within the ,odalming museum near to the 5epperpot in ,odalming! 1he V#C offers information onH Accommodation 1own events markets and festivals Countryside and walking 1ravel information maps visitor guides 5laces to eat and drink Shopping 1own trails Community information 7Schools local facilities etc!8 and the New Eesident@s Welcome 5ack Attractions

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1asks include assisting visitors in their &uest for visitor information ensuring leaflets and displays are kept up to date and resourcing and updating the visitor information folder! 1he V#C is open during museum opening times from 1uesday to SaturdayH *)am to ;pm in summer 7April 6 3ctober8 *)am to 9pm in winter 7November 6 +arch8 1he volunteering opportunity is very fle$ible and we are hoping to staff the V#C on a regular basis! >ou can choose to do as many or as few hours as you would like to! #f you would like the opportunity to help your community have an interest in local events and places and would like to help in an interesting environment we would be delighted to hear from you #OLD'WO*(H C)*0 Dri1ersH for a neighbourhood care scheme in the ,oldsworth area helping transporting local neighbours to the dentist hospital shopping etc! (e$ephone +o$unteersH covering the telephone one day a month or fortnight! 1aking calls from elder neighbours needing taking to the shops doctors etc! and allocating volunteer drivers to the elderly person! 1his is ideal for volunteers who would like to remain fle$ible! #OLD'WO*(H !)*8 CO""-N,(9 C0N(*0 Co unity )ssociation "e bersH ,oldsworth 5ark Community Association need general volunteers to help with organising and running events! -ocal residents preferred! 1he association meets on the 4nd 1hursday of each month at (!A)pm! 1hey also produce a monthly newsletter! #-,D0 )''OC,)(,ON (By:$eet> West By:$eet )nd 'heerwater) Brownie/s He$pers - By:$eet !ri ary 'choo$@ 2elper for Brownies re&uire for +onday <vening ;!A) to (!A)pm helping at a brownies evening #ir$ #uide He$persH We are really looking for a ,uider to run the ,uide unit and one or two helpers to help her! All the e&uipment is still available at the hall and the new leader could pick the evening she wants to run the unit sub0ect to booking with the school! 1here would be lots of help from other guiders to ensure the success of the unit but none of us have time to run it fully ourselves as we all run other units already! #-,D0 DO# &O* (H0 BL,ND )''OC,)(,ON (Woking % District Branch) Co$$ector 7W3F4:D8H collecting for guide dogs *64 days per month for an hour or 4 each time in the Borough of Woking H)**9 0DW)*D' H0)L,N# ')NC(-)*9 )d inistrator - #rant % (rust &und )pp$ication 7W3F**AP8H 1he ob0ective of the role is to increase the opportunity for 1he Sanctuary to secure funding from ,rant N 1rust sources for specific pro0ects and purposes in order to maintain the growth and future sustainability of the charity! 1he Volunteer will be re&uired to carry out the following as the role holderH Administration Application 5rocessing and 5romotion N <ducation! 1he role could however be carried out remotely for some of the time if the volunteer has access to a 5C the internet and a telephone at a secure home or office environment! 4 half days or * whole day per week *eceptionist Weekend 7W3F**AP8H <nsuring that the Sanctuary@s 2ealing reception area remains a calm neat and pleasant environment for our visitors! 5roviding our visitors with information on the Sanctuary@s facilities and refreshments and answering any &uestions they may have! Booking contact healing appointments ensuring that visitors and healers complete the healing appointment forms and entering the data onto the Sanctuary@s database of patients! Serving visitors who wish to purchase items from the Sanctuary@s gift shop maintaining appropriate records of sales and handling cash and debit % credit card transactions! <nsuring that all visitors to the 2ealing Sanctuary have left the premises at closing timeB securing any donations % sales takings!

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<nsuring that any problems or difficulties that arise are anticipated 7if possible8 and addressed &uickly and sensitively! Contacting the 2ealing Services +anager and % or the 3perations +anager in case of emergency!

H0)DW)9 '-**09 (#ui$d:ord) 2<ADWA> Surrey supports people with head in0uries their families and carers and promotes understanding of the implications of head in0ury through6out Surrey! Be:riender 7W3FP)A8H Spending time talking to someone who has had a brain in0ury and encouraging them to get out and about by taking part in leisure activities! 1his could be going for a coffee to the cinema to a football match or playing s&uash! *esource Centre +o$unteers 7W3FDAP8H are needed to work with members doing a variety of activities including writing computer skills art etc! +embers have all suffered brain in0ury and the activities take place in small groups each day 1uesday to 1hursday *)69pm! H0L! &O* H0*O0' ('urrey #roup) 01ent :undraising )ssistant 7W3FD*48H 2elp for 2eroes run different types of "undraising activities and people can do anything that is legalB a sponsored parachute 0ump dinner party run a marathon swim the channel give a day@s pay shave your head we don@t mind as long as its legal fun and you donate the proceeds to 2elp for 2eroes= As an event fundraising assistant you could be asked to help out in all sorts of ways by attending event selling merchandise supporting volunteers fundraising activities or 0ust help when needed!

H" !*,'ON '0*+,C0 !rison +isitor@ As a prison visitor you would provide prisoners from across the country with support and friendship irrespective of race and belief and usually to those with few relatives and friends! >ou will be independent from the prison! 5rison visitors also play an important part in maintaining links with the local community and the prisons! 3n average one visit per fortnight! HO"0-'()*( WO8,N# 1his organisation provides help and support to young families under stress and currently re&uires family visiting volunteers to visit and support families with children under ; who are e$periencing difficulties! (rustees - We are looking for a trustee to 0oin our lively friendly team of seven specifically to support a paid member of staff to research funding opportunities with trusts foundations and local companies! 1he volunteer can work in the office or from home liaising with the staff team and other trustees and reporting to the bi monthly 1rustee +eetings! An interest in supporting children and families as an interest in fund6raising is essential! &riends o: Ho e 'tart 6 Volunteers will have the opportunity to 0oin and get to know a group of volunteers who meet regularly and who are committed to supporting our Charity! We are looking for volunteers to 0oin our "riends ,roup to assist with organising fund raising events to raise money and the profile of 2ome Start Woking! We arranged a very successful Chinese evening in "ebruary and a Bollywood evening is in hand! "riends would also help at events such as 5arty in the 5ark staffing an information stall! New ideas and suggestions would be welcome! Ho e-+isiting +o$unteers 7W3F4(8H Volunteers are prepared for the role through a preparatory training course and ongoing training and support is provided by staff on a regular basis! Volunteers are carefully matched with a family and visit weekly for around 46A hours! 1he aim is to help families find their feet gain confidence and become the parents they want to be! +GS1 2AV< 5AE<N1A- <T5<E#<NC<! "anage ent Co ittee "e ber ((rustee) responsib$e :or :undraisingB!* 7W3FP)98H 2ome6Start Woking is seeking to recruit a 1rustee to be responsible for "undraising and 5E! Duties will include the followingH

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Developing new and imaginative fundraising activities . often events based -inking with media to promote and advertise forthcoming events Building and maintaining long6term fundraising relationships via churches and other organisations 3rganising traditional fundraising activities in line with 2ome6Start GF #ncreasing funds through researching and targeting charitable trusts Eaising awareness of the charity at a -3CA- level

(rustee (:unding research) needed to work alongside the member of staff responsible for fundraising from trusts and foundations to research funding opportunities suitable for our organisation! Volunteer could work from home or in the office! (rustee needed to 0oin our lively friendly team of seven! We meet once every two months on a weekday morning and for an A,+ in September! 1rustees also take part in sub committees currently personnel fundraising volunteer training strategic%business planning which meet on an ad hoc basis as necessary! HO*'0LL +,LL)#0 )&(0* 'CHOOL CL-B +o$unteer p$ay workers - re&uired to promote learning through play to children aged between ; and ** years! 1eam work needed one or more weekdays during school term time from 4!A) to :!))! #t would be preferable but not essential for you to have a DBS! HO*'0LL C)*0 A neighbourhood care scheme offer a helping hand for residents of 2orsell young or old who find everyday tasks difficult Dri1ers 7W3F4P8H to help neighbours with transport for shopping home and hospital visits befriending and covering the telephone! 1he hours and days are fle$ible! HO*'0LL CO""ON !*0'0*+)(,ON 'OC,0(9 1he Society is responsible for maintaining and preserving both 2orsell and 5yrford Commons for the benefit of the natural flora and fauna and the general public for recreational purposes! 0n1iron enta$ +o$unteersH 1he society re&uires volunteers to help with scrub clearance one Sunday per month 7September to +arch *)am to *pm8 HO'( -8 23S1 offers international students over the age of *P studying at all levels in the GF a day or weekend visit to a British family! We work with more than *)) subscribing institutions many of whom pay in full for our student's visit! We have a network of about 9) regional organisers nationwide each of whom manages between 4)6P) host families! 3ur small staff co6ordinates the application process for about A))) applications per year and manages our relationships with subscribing institutions and other stakeholders! We have an active Board of ,overnors of D people and sub committees for income generations and personnel! Hosts 7W3F;):8H invite an international student to visit for a day or weekend over Christmas <aster or New >ear! 1he student will be studying in the GF at Gniversity or College and will be over *P years old! 1he hosts and the students are @matched@ based on mutual interests by the local regional organiser who gives full support! 2osts can invite students occasionallyB for instance 0ust at Christmas or fre&uently to suit their lifestyle! 2osts can ask to be matched with students from places that interest them or have a range of students from many lands! 2osts can opt to have a single visitor or friends travelling together or couples or families to suit them! ,C)N - "0)(H 'CHOOL Lunchti e !$ayB'upport Workers@ to volunteer with children aged ;6** with severe speech language and communication disabilities! >ou would support them during lunchtimes between *4!)) and *9!))!

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#arden He$per@ We need someone to help in the school garden on a regular basis to help keep it tidy and help with planting etc! 2ours to suit ,ND0!0ND0N( "ON,(O*,N# BO)*D' (,"B) Board "e ber 7W3FDD98H 1he #ndependent +onitoring Board at 2+ 5rison Coldingley 7nr Bisley Woking8 is looking to recruit new members! Board members monitor the day6to6day life in a particular prison! 1hey visit the establishment on a regular basis often unannounced and talk to the prisoners and staff!

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Buddy (in chi$dren/s grie: support groups) 6 >ou will be re&uired to help the group leaders carry out various activities which encourage memories of the person who has died! 1o take part in activities such as Salt ?ars +emory bo$es candle lit ceremony Balloon release Clay anger wall etc! "ac i$$an +o$unteer - 1o provide support to families who have a family member with a life limiting illness and act as advocates and befrienders to the children and young people of the family and help support the person with the illness! Assist team members in their duties as well as helping to fundraise and promote this new service in Surrey! A fle$ible time commitment 6 you will be called upon at various times to visit families as and when re&uired!

.,#')WBWoking +ineyard Church 'orter 7W3F*)9D8H Working with a vibrant group of volunteers during the ?igsaw sessions! 2elping to sort clothes and toys +ondays D!)) . *4!))!

.O,N( 0D-C)(,ON (*-'( ) bassador 7W3FD448H 3ur aim is to provide grants for the education of children who have suffered trauma tragedy or neglect and to support those children through either boarding or day school provision and provide assistance with the costs of such education! As an ambassador you will work with -ocal Authorities to seek funding and support for the programme and help educate staff parents N children about the B5VC programme! 809*,N# L,+,N# '-!!O*( N0(WO*8' Co unity Li1ing +o$unteer@ We are looking for fle$ibility enthusiasm a common sense approach an understanding of the needs of vulnerable adults e$perience in a relevant area! We offer free accommodation 6 a shared 4 bedroom flat and e$cellent training! 8N)!H,LL C)B,N 9O-(H CL-B )cti1ities O::icer 7W3F P;D8H 1o plan a programme of session activities for the Club including organising materials and checking complianceB to ensure that session resources are well maintained! 1he Club is a free drop6in youth club for young people aged **6*(! 2ours to suit%work from home! &undraising O::icer 7W3F**4A8H 1o organise fundraising for the Club by liaising with potential sponsors submitting grant applications and organising fundraising events liaising closely with the "inance 3fficer! 2ours to suit%work from home! Ca:J O::icer 7W3F**498H 1o run a small cafe%tuck shop during youth club sessionH keeping records maintain stock and provide an up6to6date price list! 1o promote healthy eating "airtrade fruit and help develop hot meals! +onday evenings! !ub$icity O::icer 7W3F *A(:8H 1o publicise the Club and its activities by producing posters and other material for the village and local schools in order to help recruit members and volunteersB to maintain the Cabin website and social media! 2ours to suit%work from home! 2ours to suit%work from home

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(9outh Worker) +o$unteer! 7W3FP;(8 1o help run club sessions at the Vyne Community Centre! 1his will involve setting up organising activities and ensuring the general wellbeing of everybody attending the drop6in! <nthusiasm to engage with young people and a commitment to provide a safe and supportive environment! +onday evenings! "eetings O::icer ('ecretary) 7W3F*9998 1o organise monthly committee meetings and the Annual ,eneral +eeting 7A,+8 to circulate an agenda and take minutes! 'a:eguarding O::icer 7W3F *99:8 1o help run youth club sessions at the Vyne Community Centre in FnaphillB to maintain a record of +embership and 5arental Consent forms and provide an up6to6date sign6in sheetB to maintain the 2ealth N Safety 5olicy! +onday N 1hursday evening! *ecruit ent O::icer 7W3F*99(8 1o recruit new volunteers by liaising with relevant organisations and working with the publicity officer to promote opportunities! 1his will involve arranging induction sessions DBS checks and following up references and maintaining an up6to6date register of volunteers! (raining and Borough Liaison O::icer 7W3F*99P8 1o liaise with appropriate bodies about potential training opportunities and arrange an annual event for volunteers! 9outh 0ngage ent O::icer 7W3F*99D8 1o help run youth club sessions at the Vyne Community Centre in Fnaphill and facilitate young people@s input into the club especially with regard to activities 7ideally by establishing a youth council8! 9outh Worker 6 1o engage and support young persons aged between **6*( in a >outh Club Session 8N)!H,LL C)*0 FNA52#-- CAE< is a Sgood neighbour schemeS offering a helping hand to residents of Fnaphill 6 young or old 6 who may find everyday tasks difficult! We aim to bridge the gaps in e$isting services to lend a hand when family and friends or other agencies are not able to help to assist but not to replace them! #ood Neighbour 7W3F*9A8 to help with shopping driving home visits and for covering the telephone! 1he hours and days are fle$ible! L)80+,0W CO""-N,(9 )C(,ON -CA, is a small successful community led organisation tackling the issues facing people living in pockets of disadvantage in affluent areas and is looking to both consolidate and e$pand its activities! 9outh Worker 'ythwood 9outh Co ittee 7W3F;D98H for young people 7*9 . *P years8 runs on a "riday night :!A) to *)pm providing a range of activities and trips out living on -akeview <state in Woking! 1rips might include bowling ice skating paintball and there are plans to set up a motorbike workshop on the estate and a football team to play in the local league! 9outh Worker :or Lynx 9outh C$ub 7W3F;D;8H 7** . *9 years8 1hursday nights :!A) to D!A)pm! >ou will get involved helping lead and facilitate the activities set up play e&uipment and put this away after each session with the help of the e$isting team! A lively friendly volunteering e$perience! 1ravel e$penses and some training in youth work related sub0ects are offered! 9outh Workers (Busy Bee) 7W3FP448H for our friendly fun6loving group consisting of children between the ages of ( 6 **! 3ur group loves to e$press their creative skills in a variety of different ways! We are looking for enthusiastic people with a bright and positive attitude to help encourage our children to work together lead and interact with the children to facilitate all activities! We welcome volunteers to help guide and develop our kids to their full potential! A CEB check will be re&uired! 9outh Workers 7W3FPP(8H We are looking for >outh Workers to help run our sessions for our friendly group of young people between the ages of **6*( years of age! (6D pm 1hursday evening! Volunteers will be encouraged to bring and implement new ideas for activities days out etc! We are looking for enthusiastic people with a bright and positive attitude to encourage and interact with the young people from and around the -akeview area! L0-8)0",) C)*0 'OC,0(9

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1he -eukaemia Care Society provides vital care and support to all those whose lives are affected by -eukaemia and the allied blood disorders! Co unity &undraisingB01ents +o$unteers 7W3F4DD8H Assisting with all aspects of the charities fundraising activities i!e! coffee mornings etc Charitab$e Co$$ector 7W3FP:*8H 1o carry out voluntary charitable collections at various locations throughout the year ensuring effective communication with fellow voluntary collectors and 2ead 3ffice staff and raising awareness of -eukaemia CAE<@s work and services by communicating effectively with the general public; L,&0WO*8' *eceptionistB)d inistrator 6 ,eneral reception work and basic administration! 1raining will be provided and volunteer will need to commit to at least 4 days per week between Dam and Apm!

L,N8)BL0 ,ive support to people with a learning disability to build an enhanced &uality of life through sport and social activities in the community! 3ur Vision is to empower members of all ages and abilities to make choices develop independence and achieve their full potential! 'upport workers 6 Disco Nights@ assisting a group of 7mainly8 young adults who have learning disabilities at a weekly disco % club night! Wednesdays ( 6 D!A)pm! !$ay +o$unteer 6KL 6 volunteers are re&uired to help with Gnder *P@s on 1uesdays 7term time only8 from (!A)6P!)) "ridays ;!4) 6(!)) and Saturdays *)!))64!)) in Woking and on Wednesdays (!))6D!)) in Camberley! !$ay +o$unteer 6FL 6 all of the above plus various additional evenings in both Woking and Camberley including swimming keep fit drama and sports groups! !$ay WorkerB'wi ing )ssistant 7W3F*)A*8H 3pportunities for outgoing fun caring individuals to come along once a week to volunteer with children aged 9 6 *9 for a fun swimming session encouraging interaction play and confidence! 2ours Sunday *!9;pm 6 A!*;pm! +inimum age *:! !rogra e Coordinator - We need to recruit several minibus drivers to cover all school holidays 7daytime only8 evenings and weekends! >ou need to be a confident driver with a clean licence aged 4;U! <$perience of working with%happy to work with people of all ages with learning and some physical disabilities! >ou should be happy to conduct routine check of vehicle before and after each 0ourney! 1rips will be across and occasionally out of county! A staff member will always accompany each group! -inkAble will give training and provide insurance! Any help you can give would be most welcome so even if you can only drive once a week please get in touch= ")C",LL)N C)NC0* '-!!O*( Co$$ectors 7W3FA)*8H Collecting outside supermarkets 7mainly under cover8 on specified days 7up to : a year8 for a *R to 4 hour session with a collecting tin! Collections take place on Saturdays plus one "riday mid63ctober! New volunteers will work alongside e$perienced collectors! 01ent organiser 7W3F();8H is re&uired to promote and organise events and functions for the Woking ,roup in order to raise money for the charity! ")*,0 C-*,0 C)NC0* C)*0 01ent !ro oter to make a presence within the community and encourage people to get involved and participate in the regionally organised events! >ou might visit gyms shops and different venues dropping off leaflets and promoting events! Da::odi$ )ppea$ Co$$ectorH As a Daffodil Appeal collector you will need to give a couple of hours at one or more collections in Woking during "ebruary and +arch! >ou will be provided with the daffodil bo$ collection tin hints and tips and a collector's guide to +arie Curie Cancer Care!

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Da::odi$ Box Coordinator@ 1o help co6ordinate the local daffodil bo$ campaign for the ,reat Daffodil Appeal in your local community! 1o distribute and collect in the daffodil bo$es and then count bank and record all monies from them! Da::odi$ Co$$ection Organiser@ 1o organise a local street or store collection for the ,reat Daffodil Appeal! #ncludes recruiting collectors planning the rota hosting the collection and banking the money collected! ,eneral involvement is from ?anuary to +arch! Dependant on the number of collections and geographical area covered during "ebruary and +arch! ")*,0 C-*,0 CH)*,(9 'HO! 'hop +o$unteers! -*#0N(L9 *0?-,*0D ON ) '-ND)9 Duties include serving customers as well as hanging pricing and steaming stock! Days available are +onday Wednesday "riday and Saturday! ")*.O*,0 *,CH)*D'ON<' Drop-in Centre He$pers@ Ee&uired on various days at various times for various duties! +on 6 "ri *)6*4!A)pm or *464!A)pm serving behind counter loading%unloading the dishwasher and clearing tables! (reasurer o: centre accounts! 6 Ee&uired to attend A or 9 meetings a year! Grgently re&uire a volunteer who can help them with end of year figures and reports! Accountancy knowledge of <$cel! #f you are interested in this volunteering role please contact WAVS "0 '-!!O*( #*O-! - #-,LD&O*D 1he group provides +!<! sufferers in ,uildford and the surrounding areas with social support via group meetings events and seasonal newsletters! Co ittee "e ber - (rustees needed to become a committee member to assist in the running of the local +<%C"S support group! "or this you must have interpersonal and organisational skills and be available * day a week!

"0NC)! (0L"B*,D#0) Handyperson - +inor repairs of e&uipmentB changing light bulbsB painting and decoratingB routine checking of fire alarmB arranging for servicing of e&uipmentB snow clearanceB drain clearance and checkingB replenish paper towels soap and catering itemsB identify low stocksB meter readingB light grounds maintenance! 1hurs am6 possibly other days! "0NC)! - *O9)L "0NC)! 'OC,0(9 Be:riender needed for a lady 6 :) years old with a learning disability! >ou will need to have good people skills and patience! Saturdays between *469pm ",ND - WO8,N# )cti1ity +o$unteer needed to assist with members in particular using your own skills hobbies or interests to develop ideas for small group activities and then to lead and support those groups! Activities should be fun driven but may also have an educational or cultural element! 1he purpose of the activities is to bring out the latent interests and skills of clients! "OO*C*O&( C0N(*0 &O* (H0 CO""-N,(9 *e$ie: Co::ee Bar )ssistant@ volunteers be relief coffee bar assistant in the Centre during the mornings! Duties to include selling teas coffees snacks and lunches serving lunches clearing away and washing up! "-L(,!L0 'CL0*O',' 'OC,0(9 - Woking> *unny ede and Weybridge Branch ,n:or ation O::icerH 1o take responsibility for ordering publications from the +!S! national centre for distribution to members! Also keep the information stand at the +!S! clinic at St!

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5eter@s 2ospital stocked up! 1his is a very fle$ible position and will en&uire a commitment of a few hours per month! (H0 N &)C(O* 9outh Worker - C$ub 'uper1isor re&uired for Normandy >outh Club ,uildford! 1o work as part of a team supervising youngsters between P N *P! Gsing your creative skills to assist in delivering a programme of activities such as art dance music N singing! N)(,ON)L )N,")L W0L&)*0 (*-'( Co$$ectors re&uired for up to two hour sessions holding a tin outside supermarkets in Woking and surrounding areas! All monies collected help with the rescue and re6homing of animals! 1imes re&uired will be about 9 Saturdays per year! N)(,ON)L )-(,'(,C 'OC,0(9 ('-**09 B*)NCH) !$ay 'che e +o$unteers re&uired at various areas and times we are looking for motivated and enthusiastic individuals to help run our play schemes for children aged ( to *A years who are affected by autistic spectrum disorders! Woking6"riday69!A)pm to :pm! Walton6on61hames61hursday69!A)pm to :pm ,odalming61uesday6:pm to (!A)pm Eedhill6"riday6:!*;pm to (!9;pm! 9outh Worker for group of young people aged *A6*P who are affected by autistic spectrum disorder! 1hursdays during term time located in ,uildford! Nationa$ Osteoporosis 'ociety "inute 'ecretary 2 1he National 3steoporosis e$ists to raise awareness and educate people of all ages about osteoporosis! 1he committee meets appro$ five times and year and organises fund raising and meetings for supporting people with osteoporosis! N)(,ON)L (*-'( 1he National 1rust is looking for volunteers at a number of its properties and gardens including Claremont -andscape ,arden 2am 2ouse Clandon 5ark 2atchlands North Downs West Weald 5olesden -acey Wey and ,odalming Navigations and Winkworth Arboretum! 2elp is needed with various rolesH such as promoting events front of house guides etc! New Haw Library (Co unity !artnership) "anage ent #roup "e bers - We currently have about () volunteers and *) members of the +anagement ,roup! We are looking for two or three people to help us on the -ibrary +anagement ,roup . planning the future direction of the -ibrary arranging training for our volunteers and looking after our volunteer rotas writing a volunteers' maga/ine preparing leaflets to go out to the community raising the profile of the -ibrary organising events and displays developing the -ibrary website . and a whole lot of other 0obs that are involved in keeping the -ibrary running for the local community! 1his is a really wide and interesting role which would enable you to use your talents in lots of different ways . or to specialise in one area if you prefer! New 2aw -ibrary has been a volunteer run -ibrary since 3ctober 4)*4! Surrey County Council provide the premises and the books but the New 2aw -ibrary Community 5artnership provide the volunteers to run the -ibrary! 1he 5artnership is a -imited Company and has charitable status! North Downs (Box Hi$$)@ *a::$e (ickets +o$unteers@ to sell either Eaffle 1ickets Cin house' or around the grounds and at the many ma0or selling occasion being run throughout the year #enera$ +o$unteer@ to help with recruitment sell raffle tickets etc! -ots of literature and leaflets also need to be well displayed! 'hopB*estaurant He$pers@ Volunteers needed who en0oy meeting people providing information to visitors and general shop work! 1raining will be given and hours can be fle$ible on any day of the week!

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Volunteer needed to help with unpacking deliveries keeping the shop clean and tidy and helping with sales 0ducationBChi$dren )cti1ity He$per@ Bo$ 2ill has several visits per week from local schools from April to 3ctober! #n addition help is needed with running activities throughout the school holidays for : to *) year olds! 1here is a team of volunteers to assist our <ducation 3fficer and dates and times can be fle$ible! Handy !erson@ Volunteer needed to help with sweeping up cleaning windows and general keeping the centre tidy! C$andon !ark #ardener@ Come and help the gardener with a variety of tasks in the lovely garden at Clandon 5ark *oo 'tewards to 0oin a thriving and happy team at Clandon 5ark! No previous e$perience re&uired! "le$ible hours friendly atmosphere in a beautiful house! 3pening hours are ** 6 9!A)pm on 1uesdays Wednesdays 1hursdays and Sundays! April 6 3ctober! 'hop )ssistant@ Volunteer needed to give a helping hand in the shop speaking to customers and using the till! All training will be given! 1he shop is open 1uesdays Wednesdays 1hursdays and Sundays from *!)) to ;!))pm April 6 3ctober C$are ont #arden 'teward@ Can you spare a few hours at weekends to help at Claremont -andscape ,ardenO "it and enthusiastic person needed to help property staff on Saturdays and%or Sundays and if possible during school holidays and at Bank 2olidays! Duties will include stewarding the garden assisting visitors with en&uiries and ensuring the car park is used to its optimum capacity at peak times! "ull training will be givenB hours can be arranged to suit! #ardener@ 5hysically fit volunteers are needed to help look after this *Pth Century -andscape ,arden! #deally those who can spare 4 to 9 hours or more on a weekly basis to assist with general gardening duties including pruning back laurel and rhododendron planting of trees and shrubs annual scarifying and seeding path repairs and varied property maintenance tasks! 8iosk +o$unteers@ to help with our established team of kiosk staff at weekends welcoming visitors to the garden checking membership cards and helping with general kiosk duties! 1his is an ideal opportunity for someone who en0oys meeting people! "aintenance personH to help out across the three property departments 6 garden visitor reception and tea6room 6 with general maintenance 0obs! No e$perience necessary but obviously needs to be good at general D#>= ?obs would be varied but could include painting repair and maintenance of noticeboards putting up shelving fi$ing display material 6 the list is endless! Any weekday by arrangement and hours to suit! 'hop sa$es assistants@ to help sell goods to the public and assist in the receipt pricing and display of items! Sales assistants also help ensure the shop area is clean and tidy and maintain the security of goods within the shop! 2alf a day per week Wednesdays6Sundays in the season! Hatch$ands &undraising 1o$unteers@ to help raise money to fund conservation work and buy protective covers for the urns and statues in the garden at 2atchlands! >ou can help raise the re&uired funds by approaching visitors in a courteous and friendly way to sell raffle tickets! +orning or afternoon opportunities are available most days of the week! #ardenersH to help the garden team with a variety of tasks in the beautiful park and garden at 2atchland *oo 'tewards to 0oin a thriving and happy team at 2atchlands! appro$imately 9 plus hours per week April to 3ctober! 1he house opens 1uesdays Wednesdays 1hursdays and Sundays 7also "ridays in August8! 'hop )ssistant@ A helping hand is needed in the shop%restaurant speaking to customers and using the till! 1he shop is open 1uesdays Wednesdays 1hursdays and Sundays from *!)) to ;!))pm! Ho$ wood Co on #rounds "aintenance@ 1o assist in outdoor estate maintenance and pro0ectsB meeting once a week for varied tasks on this property which is 0ust south of Dorking! +ainly wetlands ponds and pathways! Leith Hi$$

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#rounds "aintenance +o$unteers@ to help staff manage the -eith 2ill estate including the Ehododendron Wood every Wednesday! 1he tasks are varied pathway and step maintenance tree and plant care tree planting and fencing etc! !o$esden Lacey #rounds "aintenance@ to help maintain the Woodland and to be part of Woodland team! #uides@ who en0oy working outdoors in a variety of weather! Need to be fle$ible en0oy dealing with the public and answering &uestions! Feen and enthusiastic people are needed to help in the role of Visitor Service Volunteers whose role includesH patrolling the grounds helping visitors with their en&uiries helping with events checking tickets front of the house! *a::$e (ea Leaders@ to take over the running of their Eaffle 1eam! 1hey will be responsible for the administration recruitment and leadership of their successful team raising money to pay for pro0ects within the property! As well as selling raffle tickets in the house and grounds there is a ma0or selling occasion during the "estival each ?uly! &undraising@ to help raise money to fund conservation work and buy protective covers for statues in the garden at 5olesden -acey! >ou can help raise the re&uired funds by approaching visitors in a courteous and friendly way to sell raffle tickets! +orning or afternoon opportunities are available most days of the week! #arden 'tewards to welcome visitor and give information to the general public throughout the +arch to 3ctober season! #enera$ +o$unteers@ for a variety of roles to help in all areas of running this magnificent estate includingH Eoom Stewards in the house volunteers in the gardens and on conservation pro0ects helping to maintain footpaths and planting trees fundraising and helping with special events! Volunteers are asked to commit at least half a day a fortnight but most help for half a week! Wey % #oda$ ing Na1igations #rounds "aintenance@ "it and able volunteers are re&uired to assist our lengthsmen with a variety of general conservation and maintenance tasks along the river%towpath and also at Dapdune Wharf ,uildford! #uides to lead and provide back up to the guided that are run trough the summer! &ront o: House +o$unteers to assist in visitor reception with ticket sales%information and in the small tea rooms at Dapdune Wharf ,uildford Winkworth &ront o: HouseH to help with our established team of kiosk staff at weekends welcoming visitors to the garden checking membership cards and helping with general kiosk duties! 1his is an ideal opportunity for someone who en0oys meeting people! "ace to face work with high need young people on the <4< course! 1he role is similar to that of a teaching assistant helping out on e$cursions and day trips with reading and writing! >ou will be a support and a positive influence for the young people! Wit$ey Centre 0ducationBChi$dren +o$unteer@ to help with education visits to the Witley Centre 6 appro$imately one day a week during the summer! NO*(H W0'( '-**09 CL,N,C)L CO"",'',ON,N# #*O-! 7Woking West <lmbridge Eunnymede and Spelthorne Boroughs8 !ub$ic *epresentati1eH Working with and listening to our local population and healthcare partners aiming to develop the followingH6 Commission better and more services locally #mprove the &uality of care #mprove access to the right treatment and service #nvolve our local population in shaping the provision of services Achieve the sharing of information and learning with partner organisations within the community Fey 1asks Eepresent the views of the local population in respect of health provision Attend and actively contribute to 5< meetings7typically &uarterly8 including preparation and reading of papers beforehand Support the development of a network of local and public representatives to support work streams and service reviews

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Acknowledge a wide range of health needs and represent the interests of the wider population Attend and participate in ad hoc meetings with the opportunity for involvement in other pro0ects

NO '(*,N#' B)D",N(ON *OL0 7W3F*9;;8 1o welcome and register new particiants ensure everyone is rotating and having an e&ual amount of game time demonstrate some ideas for each session to make them fun and different each week and to provide any hints%tips where needed OLD0* !0O!L0' &O*-" WO8,N# ChairpersonH to take on a strategic role representing the vision and purpose of the Woking 3lder 5eoples "orum ensuring that the 735"C8 management committee functions properly that there is full participation at meetings and that all relevant matters are discussed and that effective decisions are made and carried out! +A#N DG1#<SH 1ake responsibility for managing the committee and the affairs of the club 3versee and guide all decisions taken by the 735"C8 committees #n liaison with and oversee the work of the 735"C8 officers #n con0unction with the secretary prepare and present the annual report -iaise with the secretary on the Agenda for each meeting and approve the minutes before they are circulated Be completely familiar with the constitution club rules committee procedures and the N,B rules and regulations -iaise with the 1reasurer to ensure that funds are spent properly and in the best interests of the 3lder 5eople@s "orum 2elp to prepare and submit any statutory documents that are re&uired 7e!g! VA1 grant aid reports8 #f unable to attend any committee meeting a written report should be sent to the meeting and the Vice Chairman briefed on the Agenda

ON0 ,N &O-* '-**09 01ent % Co unity &undraiser@ 3ne in "our Surrey offers an e$citing opportunity for the right candidate of working within a professional and caring environment! We are looking for a dynamic fundraiser with passion for our cause e$cellent communication skills and ability to understand the resistance that may be present when approaching or discussing our work! O-(L,N0- 3utline is a well established charity with a long history of supporting lesbian gay bise$ual and transgender people in Surrey that also operates the only youth group that is *))V run by -,B1 volunteers! He$p$ine 1o$unteers for 1uesday and Sunday evenings! available! "ull training will be given! 3ther supporting roles are

OM&)" 'hop +o$unteers 3$fam re&uire volunteers to help out in their charity shop any day between D!A)69!A)pm! >ou could work on the till sort clothing steam clothes price and present stock sort recycle and price books! Create shop displays and advertising! Eeliable and self motivated! #t would be helpful if you are able to work without supervision! >ou need to be a people person to get on with customers and the wide range of volunteers helping in the shop!

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!),N'H,LL !)*8 (*-'( 5ainshill is a ,rade * listed landscape of international importance! We$co e (ea 6KL>ou will be the first point of contact for our annual (; ))) visitors greeting them with a smile providing information and promoting our work and +embership! With responsibility for selling tickets and maps as well as items from our gift shop you could also help us reach out into the community at events! #rotto 'teward to show visitors around our spectacular Crystal ,rotto be responsible for opening up the ,rotto at the beginning of the day 7morning shift8 or closing it at the end of the day 7afternoon shift8 ensure that visitors travel safely through the ,rotto 7low light and uneven surfaces8 without damaging the fragile environment and reporting any maintenance issues to the Duty +anager Weekend "aintenance *anger We need additional help at weekends to support our Visitor Centre and 1earoom! >ou may be re&uired to open or lock the Walled ,arden pick up litter as re&uired! 5erhaps there is a light bulb that needs changing or the 1earoom may need an e$tra pair of hands! 1raining in buggy driving and first aid provided! (earoo +o$unteer to provide a warm welcome and friendly efficient service to visitors serve tea coffee cakes and light refreshments assist to clear tables and assist with other duties as agreed with the Supervisor and to help to ensure that the 1earoom and outside eating area is clean tidy and attractive to visitors 0ducation +o$unteer (WO86466)@ 3ur busy <ducation Department offers a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities to schools the general public and scouting and youth groups throughout the year! ?oin us in 4)*4 an historic year seeing the restoration of the Crystal ,rotto and reinstating of the Woollett Bridge! Eeporting to the <ducation 3fficer you will beH Welcome school groups brownie and scout groups to the 5ark 2elp to supervise and run fun fle$ible educational events 6 treasure hunts bug hunts pond dipping and camp building out in the 5ark craft activities in our Abercorn room dressing up in *Pth Century costume storytelling etc Assist with organising education resources 2elp to decorate for special events such as Christmas and 2alloween 2elp with our Christmas ,rotto *ockband +o$unteer 6 2eritage -ottery funding has enabled 5ainshill to set up a partnership programme called @Eockband@! 1his pro0ect will provide the opportunity to create and deliver educational activities e$ploring geological collections and features! !)*8,N'ON' D,'0)'0 'OC,0(9 (Woking % Weybridge) &undraiserH who is able to increase the contributions of individuals and groups to 5arkinson's by building relationships and e$ploring new fundraising opportunities! !)*8,N'ON<' -8 Chairperson; 1he Chairman needs to attend and chair every meeting approving the agenda and taking overall responsibility for the running of the branch! S%he needs to ensure that the governance and management of the Branch always accords with Branch Eules and to deal with correspondence from the national and regional offices passing on or acting on relevant information as appropriate! 1his also involves preparatory and follow 6up work at home 6 several hours a week! 1he chairman is also an important presence at the monthly social meetings for members! !0O!L0<' (H0)(*0 CO"!)N9 &undraiser@ 1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is looking for a creative conscientious and diligent person to help us raise funds for our important work in education and our high &uality nationally touring family theatre productions! 1he ideal volunteer will have a passion for the arts and en0oy the thrill of supporting creative endeavour as well as the multi6faceted challenges of identifying and applying for grants and other sources of revenue! Work is fle$ible with hours to suit and can be carried out in our offices or from your own home!

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Costu e "aker@ 1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is looking for a friendly and capable person to help us develop and make costumes for our nationally touring adaptation of 3ld +acDonald 2ad a "arm! 1he ideal volunteers will have a passion for clothes and costumes and en0oy being part of a production that caters for young families! 1here are three costumes to create! 1he first for our hero 3ld +acDonald himself! 1he second for his ally in this clever re6imaging of the original nursery rhyme 6 a Eussian Scientist and the third for +rs +acDonald! Work is fle$ible with hours to suit and can be carried out in our offices or from your own home! "arketing "anager and "arketing )ssistantA 1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is looking for two friendly creative and enthusiastic people to help us promote our uni&ue brand of high &uality family theatre as well as our ongoing education programme! 1he ideal volunteers will have a passion for theatre and en0oy developing promotional concepts and materials and talking to other like6minded people as well as press and sponsors! Work is fle$ible with hours to suit and can be carried out in our offices or from your own home! Book 8eeperB)ccountant-1he 5eople@s 1heatre Company is a registered charity that tours theatre across the GF! We are looking for a friendly organised and capable person to help with our book keeping! 2ours to suit 6 some at home 6 and lots of benefits 6 particularly if you love the theatre !0*0NN,)L 2 #)*D0N0*'< *O9)L B0N0+OL0N( 'OC,0(9 01ent )d inistrator@ Volunteer <vent Administrator re&uired working from home! 1he primary responsibility of the role is to provide administrative support for events being organised by the Charity in the South <ast of <ngland! #nvolves telephone calls and letter writing! No travelling re&uired and you will be needed for up to 4 days a week! !9*&O*D #-,D0'> B*OWN,0' )ND *),NBOW' #uide Leaders@ We are looking for new leaders to help with Eainbows 7aged ;6(8 Brownies 7aged (6*)8 or ,uides 7aged *)6*98 in 5yrford! No e$perience re&uired 6 full training will be given! All you need is enthusiasm and a desire to get involved in organising and taking part in fun activities with the girls! +onday 9 6 ;!A) Brownies Wednesday 9 6 ;!A) Eainbows 1hursday 9 6 ;!A) Brownies%:!A) 6 P!)) ,uides!

?-0'( #*O-! *,D,N# &O* (H0 D,')BL0D *D) He$per@ Volunteers assist with leading ponies and horses for disabled riders! 1ypically one volunteer leads the pony whilst 4 side walkers are needed to assist the rider providing encouragement and helping them to do simple e$ercises! 5revious e$perience with horses is not re&uired as full training is provided! <$perience with people is 0ust as important! #f you en0oy running and walking you could be doing something vitally important while you keep fit! <ach session is supervised by a &ualified instructor! We have sessions si$ days a week +onday to Saturday some in the afternoon and some in the evening! *)!0 )ND '0M-)L )B-'0 '-!!O*( C0N(*0 &e a$e He$p$ine +o$unteer@ 1o listen to callers who have suffered rape and or se$ual abuse in Surrey or surrounding areas! As well as supporting the friends family and partners who are caring for the survivor! 1o mainly listen but to offer advice if re&uested or signpost to other places! >ou will work from ,uildford in the evenings (!A)6D!A)pm &undraising 01ents He$pers@ 1o help behind the scenes leading up to on the day of an event! -ocations and times will vary depending on the time of the year and volunteers availability! Availability agreed by mutual agreement by the volunteer and +anagement

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Co6ordinator! <$amples of fundraising events in the past areH Sponsored Walk Charity ,liding Day Winter "air -adies 5amper <vening and Balloon Eace! "uture suggestions are sponsored cycle golf days wine tasting cheese N wine &ui/ nights raffles BBM etc! *)!t 2 *0H)B,L,()(,ON O& )DD,C(0D !*,'ON0*' (*-'( EA5t is the GF@s leading provider of prison6based addiction treatment programmes and also offers a range of services in the community that aim to move drug6using offenders away from a life of addiction and crime! *ehabi$itation "eet and #reet +o$unteer 7W3F*A9*8H to meet EA5t client on their release from prison at the prison gate and accompany them to their release destination which may be appointment7s8 with probation housing offices their home residential rehabilitation 1he role may involve long travelling time depending on the client's release destination and may involve overnight stay in pre6booked hotels from time to time! 1he role does not involve a regular weekly commitment as volunteers are contacted according to the needs of our clients in their area! Volunteers are supported via phone contact throughout their volunteering duties and are e$pected to communicate at regular interval with a named person throughout the day *0L)(0 W0'( '-**09 Eelate West Surrey offers relationship counselling support to individuals couples families and young persons 7age **64;8! DirectorB(rustee positions are voluntary! #n addition to the statutory duties of trustees as defined by the Charity Commission responsibilities will includeH Working as members of the Board to develop the strategies which the charity needs to be successful in difficult economic times! Developing step6by6step plans that will enable these strategies to work in practice! 2elping the small management team by playing an active part in putting the plans into effect! 1his could mean leading a pro0ect team finding sources of funding or sponsorship dealing with outside suppliers and specialists organising events or providing training and advice! Dynamic and creative individuals with good leadership skills able to take an overview and to drive through necessary changes! Ability to encourage and foster team spirit! Willingness to take personal responsibility for getting things done! #n addition e$perience in one or more of the following areas would be particularly useful though not essentialH 5ublic relations Gse of new media Business development 7particularly for a professional service firm8 "undraising Systems implementation 7e!g! for &uality assurance8 -egal practice (reasurer 1he 1reasurer's responsibility is to provide financial information and advice to the <$ecutive and the Centre +anager of EWS! 1he main duties includeH Assist in the preparation of the Business 5lan! 5repare an annual Budget! 5repare monthly +anagement Accounts! 5repare the monthly Activity Eeport! 5repare the Annual Accounts! Advise on banking arrangements! Advise on the Company's Eeserves 5olicy! +aintain the integrity of the Accounting System! <nsure that financial policies and procedures are maintained! 'hop 1o$unteer@ 1he Centre relies on funding from our Charity Shop to help us support clients who re&uire financial support 7Bursary fund8 and to help cover the costs of providing our Eelateen service which is free for young people to access! 1he shop is well established in Woking having been at its present location for *4 years! 1here is a dedicated team in place led by a Shop +anager! All are looking forward to supporting new volunteers! *0")!

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Eemap design and make e&uipment for disabled people in order to solve some of their practical issues which they cannot solve through retail purchased e&uipment! D,9 and !ractica$ 0Nuip ent Designer@ #f you have any basic D#> crafts person or woodwork skills than perhaps you could help design and make practical e&uipment to address the problems faced by many disabled people for whom no commercial product is available! Volunteers work from home either on a regular basis or for a few hours each month! All volunteers are attached to a local panel who regularly meet where cases are presented and appropriate member volunteers are asked to discuss with the client how their problem may be overcome! >ou will then design and manufacture a suitable aid! Support is always available from other panel members! 1he Surrey panel meets at Bookham Village hall every : weeks in the evening! 0Nuip ent Designer@ #f you have any electrical electronic or mechanical engineering skills then perhaps you could help design and make practical e&uipment to address the problems faced by many disabled people for whom no commercial product is available! >ou will meet with clients and discuss how their problem may be overcome! Work will be carried out from home! Occupationa$ therapists are needed to support Eemap visiting disabled clients in their own homes! >ou will need to advise and liaise with other volunteers on practical solutions for disabled people! 1he role can be on a regular basis or for a few hours each month! All volunteers are attached to a local panel who meet regularly to discuss cases and e$change ideas! *O9)L HO*(,C-L(-*)L 'OC,0(9 (Wis$ey) !ub$ic *e$ations - "e bership *ecruiters needed to attract new members to 0oin E2S ,arden <$plorers and to attract current members with young families to trade6up to E2S ,arden <$plorers! >our role will include general visitor care and membership recruitment! >ou will get a free lunch when volunteering for a full day an E2S volunteer pass to access gardens and 4 complimentary tickets for Chelsea and 2ampton Court! *O9)L N)(,ON)L ,N'(,(-(0 O& BL,ND !0O!L0 Charity Box Co$$ector /'ooty/ (&undraising) <nsuring money donated by the public into the iconic Sooty bo$es is collected on a regular basis from local shops pubs and leisure centres! Co$$ectors 'treet and 'tore (&undraising)H Be part of our team of volunteers collecting regularly at local supermarkets and shopping centres throughout the year! 8ey Ca paigner 2 +ake a difference by taking actions to change national and local issues affecting blind and partially sighted people! Did you realise that by writing a letter sending an email or meeting a local politician you can change the worldO By being a key campaigner with EN#B you can make a big difference without necessarily leaving your home! !ub$ic 'peaker - Be our ambassador= +ake a difference in your local community by talking to a variety of audiences! By raising awareness of our services and products you are helping us rebuild the lives of blind and partially people *O9)L N)(,ON)L L,&0BO)( ,N'(,(-(,ON - Woking Branch &riend o: the *NL,@ A @"riend@ is someone who is willing to do more than collect but does not want the formal responsibility of being on the Committee! 1he amount of time a @"riend@ is willing to make available is entirely fle$ible and at his%her choice! @"riends are willing to undertake that fits their particular skills and talents and can vary from cooking preparing and serving food to selling raffle tickets moving furniture selling wine helping in some way with collections and fundraising events! Catering 'pecia$ist@ 1he Woking branch of EN-# is planning to become increasingly involved in organising fundraising events that includes the need to provide meals for the guests! 1o do this the branch needs a catering specialist to head up a team of helpers in cooking preparing and serving food! Co$$ectors prepared to stand with a EN-# bucket sealed and labelled in a 1own Centre or outside a supermarket! We ask our collectors to collect for an hour two or three times a year!

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'ponsorship 'ecretary@ 1he EN-# is planning to develop new fundraising events where the venue costs and attendance costs are such that sponsorship is re&uired to make the necessary profit! 2e%she would be re&uired to endeavour to gain sponsorship for such events and contribute in the development and running of more interesting and attractive events! Co$$ections Organiser@ 1he Collections 3rganiser is a planner and progress chaser as well as carrying out an appropriate role him%herself and is assigned a team to carry out critical parts of the event! 2e%she takes responsibility for a whole collection relieving the Chairman of this task! 01ents Organiser@ 1he task is multi6facetted in that each event has different re&uirements which have to be itemised the appropriate helpers identified and checked for each of the different re&uirements! *O9)L '-**09 CO-N(9 HO'!,()L NH' (*-'( (ro$$ey 1o$unteers re&uired to take toiletries and confectionary items around the wards to enable patients visitors and staff to buy! Working in pairs the trolleys at present visit the wards morning and afternoon +onday to "riday 7Could soon be e$tended to weekends8! 1ravelling e$penses paid and meal voucher towards lunch if working both morning and afternoon! Volunteers must be over *: years of age! Ward +o$unteers responsible to the Sister on Ward! Duties would include listening to and chatting with patients reading and writing letters for patients stocking trolleys collecting prescriptions from 5harmacy making drinks as re&uested by staff looking after plants%flowers in the ward assisting with clerical duties and tidying tops of lockers and bedside tables! Volunteers must be over *: years of age! Hand Care +o$unteer to 0oin the 2and Care team at St -uke's giving therapeutic hand massage and human contact to patients! 1raining is given! 1hursday 5+ 7other afternoons by arrangement8! +ust be over *: years of age! )d inistration - C$erica$ 'upport +o$unteer needed at St -uke's Cancer Centre to support the ward clinic and admin teams! Duties will include filing mailing photocopying and general office support! "le$ible hours! Volunteers must be over *: years of age! C$inic +o$unteer needed at St -uke's Cancer Centre! >ou will support patients by talking and sitting with them and accompanying them to other departmentsB and assisting staff with delivering and collecting! +onday . "riday D!A) 6 *pm N *!A) 6 9pm! Volunteers must be over *: years of age! !antry )ssistantH Working in pairs volunteers serve beverages wrapped food confectionery etc! to patients waiting for appointments and treatment in the Cancer Centre! St! -uke's Cancer Centre is a friendly modern area and the pantry has 0ust undergone a complete refurbishment! 1here is currently a vacancy for alternate "riday morningsB we are also looking for volunteers who are willing to cover holidays and occasional sickness! +ust be over *: years of age! !atient 0xperience +o$unteer 6 As a 5atient <$perience Volunteer your role will be specifically focused on gathering patients@ feedbackB it is not to provide patient care! Specifically this involves helping us to conduct an electronic patient feedback survey to enable us to improve the ways that patients can share their views on our services with us! +ust be over *: years of age! *-NN9"0D0 *)'C)L' C*,C80( CL-B 1his club is for young people between the ages of P6*Pyrs who have a physical and%or mild learning disability! Cricket Coaching assistant needed to work with the club's coaches in developing cricket skills! <ach session starts with a variety of drills and then a mini game! "i$tures are also arranged! Sundays 4 6 9pm! ')L+)(,ON )*"9 Horse$$> Woking 'hop +o$unteer Volunteers needed to help with the various aspects of shop work including sorting of donated goods pricing and till work! #f you have an eye for fashion or window dressing or 0ust like having a chat 6 this could be 0ust the thing for you= ')")*,()N' 2 NO*(H W0'( '-**09

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Listening +o$unteer with Samaritans means being part of a team of around *)) volunteers who give up a few hours each week to provide emotional support to anyone who is e$periencing feelings of distress or despair including those that may lead to suicide! "ull training and on6going support is provided! Some volunteers also respond to emails from people who prefer to use that form of contact! A commitment of one duty a week is re&uired of around A69 hours and one night duty 7to 9am8 once a month on average! "undraising and social events take place on a regular basis! 'upport ro$e@ #nstead of listening and supporting callers there are various support roles where volunteers can give as much or as little time as they have spare to help with any of the following activitiesH Eecruitment "inances "undraising 5ublicity 3ffice admin ')"B0* - *,D,N# &O* (H0 D,')BL0D *iding Lesson +o$unteers re&uired from D!A)6*4!A) pm every 1uesday 7term time only8 in Chobham to help disabled children with riding lessons! Volunteers should be reasonably fit and comfortable with ponies and disabled children! 'CHOOL #O+0*N0*' ON0-'(O! 'HO! SC233- ,3V<EN3ES@ 3N<6S135 S235 7location dependant on where volunteer placed8 1oday@s Schools are increasingly independent placing heavier responsibility on the governing body for budgeting standard6setting and strategic decision making! 1he ,overnor@s role is to be a Scritical friendS to the 2ead 1eacher helping with overall management! +eetings are usually held in the evenings and only during term time!

'CO!0 'HO! W0'( B9&L00( 'tock #eneration +o$unteer to think of new ways to generate stock to sell in Shops and to support the ,reat Donate scheme as part of this process! 1o assist shop management in the promotion and implementation of ,reat Donate events! "erchandising +o$unteer to generate income by creating appealing and in6store displays! 1o select and co6ordinate donated items to produce themed displays! 'tock !reparation +o$unteer to sort donations prepare stock for sale in the Shop and price garments to generate ma$imum income! '0) C)D0(' WO8,N# 3ur organisation is a charity that trains and prepares youngsters for life in the workplace through teamwork and leadership skills! We will be moving to a purpose built building on ,oldsworth -ake in two years time and this opens up many e$citing opportunities! ,nstructors needed to help teach young people 7*46*P8 the ethos of the Sea Cadets including adventure based activities sailing and military skills! >ou will have the chance to go on courses to enhance your knowledge of outward bounds skills as well as being able to work towards relevant &ualifications! 3ther activities to get involved in includeH first aid canoeing and band practice! +onday and 1hursday evenings with occasional weekends! Co ittee "e bers needed who can give time to 0oin our building management committee! No particular skills are re&uired but we will need some people with Secretarial Accountancy Building fitting out >outh ,roup and 2E e$perience or skills! We are forming a Building committee to oversee the build and finished fitting of our new building and then to oversee the management of our modern <co friendly building! Bui$ding "anager - We are seeking an enthusiastic person with a background in building services who can take on the running of our brand new <C36friendly 2M on ,oldsworth 5ark -ake!

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'0C)" C)*0 ('outh 0ast % Centra$ Woking p$us "aybury) Dri1ersH helping with transport for medical appointments shopping home visits small odd 0obs and other tasks for young and old living in the area! A current clean driving licence is re&uired! 2ours and days are fle$ible and e$penses will be paid! Volunteers are CEB checked! '0ND &)",L9 L,N8 Send "amily -ink is a registered charity providing support and services for families visiting women in custody at 2+5 Send with a particular focus on children with a mother in prison! +isitors Centre +o$unteerH S<ND "A+#-> -#NF re&uires volunteers to serve light refreshments to visitors in the Visitors@ Centre! 1o support Visitors@ Centre staff in booking in visitors help provide information for visitors! 2elp run table top sales in the Visitors@ Centre! 1hursday Saturday and Sunday afternoons *4!A) 6 4!A)pm 01ents Co unity (ea "e berH 1o set up and run small stalls at community events or at the Visitors@ Centre e!g! craft stall! Working with the Volunteer Coordinator to raise awareness of the work of Send "amily -ink by attending local events and delivering talks! -ocating different community events for Send "amily -ink to have a stall at and design display materials for promotion purposes at local community events! With a team of people creating a range of community fundraising ideas e!g! raffles &ui/ craft fair table top sales children@s lucky dip! Sourcing raffle pri/es as items for table top sales! !$ay Worker needed to facilitate play and craft activities for children of all ages in the Visits 2all at 2+5 Send a women@s prison! Saturday N Sunday 4 6 9pm! #ardener needed to help maintain Send "amily -ink@s small garden at the Visitors' Centre outside 2+5 Send to include mowing grass weeding pruning! "amilies visiting the prison often travel a long distance and it helps if the garden is tidy and safe for children to play before going inside for their 4 hour visit! '0*+ 'urrey !ro otions O::icer 6 S<EV is a volunteer night6time service that makes emergency deliveries to hospitals of blood samples and other urgently needed items across Surrey free of charge! We need someone who can spare P . *) hours a month during the day booking and arranging our promotional events for us! We do all sorts of fundraisers and social events with the occasional <aster <gg%1oy Eun for children in hospital! +eet new people work the hours that suit you and have some fun doing it too= >ou need to be capable with +icrosoft Word <$cel and have some web e$perience with your own transport when needed to visit new sites! Eeasonable out6of6pocket e$penses will be paid! )ssistant to &undraiser@ S<EV Surrey has ambitious plans to e$pand and e&uip itself better to help hospitals and those in need throughout Surrey! >ou would be working with the fundraiser and other members of the Surrey team in a new position specifically created to help us grow our emergency support service across Surrey! >our work will help us find those who could support us with donations materials or sponsorship so you need to be a creative person interested in locating opportunities for long term funding and % or significant grant % aid awards! Work will involve researching opportunities in trusts grant making charities and alternative sources of funding such as government or corporate sponsorship! Charity *e$ations "anager@ Working with members of the S<EV team this is a new position to strengthen our emergency support service across the region! We want you to develop e$isting relationships with our charitable supporters and with the help of our researcher locate new charitable bodies clubs societies and philanthropic organisations who have an interest in social responsibility introducing S<EV to e$plain what we do and seek out support opportunities for us! Developing regular contact with our supporters by phone email etc! this will suit an enthusiastic outgoing person who is keen to make and meet new people and develop a relationship with new supporters! Corporate *e$ations "anager@ We want you to find with the help of our researcher business and government authorities who have an interest in social responsibility introducing S<EV to e$plain what we do and seek out support opportunities for us! Developing regular contact with our supporters by phone email etc! this will suit an enthusiastic outgoing person who is keen to make and meet new people and develop a relationship with new supporters! 4 day per month commitment 01ents OrganiserH >ou will help research N identify public events and venues suitable for S<EV to attend! Dealing with the event organisers booking venues arranging and

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coordinating people the display e&uipment and liaising with the local S<EV groups! 1his is a varied 0ob with lots of opportunities for your initiative! >ou will be involved from first contact and start to finish with events! 4 days per month commitment Operations "anager@ >ou will be helping local S<EV groups with their day6to6day problems and implementing new pro0ects we have planned to improve the way we do things! >ou will also be responsible for managing some purchasing and arranging distribution of e&uipment used by our groups such as safety wear and marketing materials! S<EV also has some discount schemes for members and you would be acting as point of contact for suppliers!4 day commitment per month *esearcher@ >ou will be researching N identifying GF N <G ,overnment and private grant making sources relevant to our needs! With your research skills you will locate charitable trusts and private donor organisations for us and will be reviewing and assisting with grant application documentation! 4 day per month commitment 0-"edia "anager >ou will be liaising with our local groups for day6to6day news stories researching N identifying potential media channels for us to use! 5osting press N 5E information on our website "acebook page email newsletter etc! and to keep our supporters up to date with S<EV! Commitment of 4 days per month !ress and !* "anager@ >ou will be liaising with our local groups for day6to6day news stories researching N identifying potential media channels for us to use! Creating relationships with editors and publishers to encourage the posting of our information in their publications! 'HOO(,N# '()* - CH)'0 )d inistration )ssistant 7W3F*A;*8H to assist the Challenge <vent 1eam in a variety of administrative tasks! Duties and Fey Eesponsibilities Create thank you letters and certificates for event participants! 5repare and distribute fundraising packs and t6shirts%vests for event participants! Assist in updating records on the database ?ustgiving and Virgin +oney Eesearch new organisations and service providers to help promote and service our events! 5repare promotional materials and e&uipment for challenge event fundraisers to collect! 'HO!"OB,L,(9 (Woking) 'hopping Co panionsB!ushers needed to accompany electric wheelchair users on their shopping trips around the town centre! 01entB&undraising +o$unteers! #nnovative volunteers who are able to help out with Shopmobility@s fundraising! We run various event and street collections throughout the year and need your help! '8,LLW)9 Cra:tsperson 7W3F(*D8H Volunteering with and alongside *9 to *: year olds in small groups with the support of another craftsman in workshops to encourage and pass on their skills 7wood%metal work8! 'O-(H WO8,N# - H0L! )( H)ND 1his ,ood Neighbour scheme offers a helping hand to anyone young or old living in the Fingfield Westfield and 3ld Woking areas who find everyday tasks difficult! He$p$ine +o$unteer 7W3F*)D;8H to answer the mobile phone between *)!)) am and *4!)) noon one day a month! 1raining and e$penses are provided! Dri1er 7W3FAAD8 South Woking 6 2elp at 2and is a good neighbour scheme looking for volunteers to help with transport for medical appointments shopping home visits small odd 0obs and other tasks for young and old living in the area! 3wn car re&uired and a current clean driving licence is re&uired! 2ours and days are fle$ible and e$penses will be paid! New volunteers are CEB checked! 'O-(H0*N )DD,C(,ON' )D+,'O*9 '0*+,C0

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&undraiser@ Eesponsible for raising income from charitable trusts foundations ma0or donors and grant giving bodies! '')&) ('o$diers> 'ai$ors> )ir en % &a i$ies )ssoc 2 &orces He$p SSA"A helps people with an Armed "orces connection by visiting and recording their needs then taking action to help them solve their problems! CaseworkerB+o$unteers to help serving and e$6servicemen%women and their dependents in times of need! 1hey may be retired some disabled and some are lonely! 1hey need help to remain independent mobile and socially included! >ou will be visiting them in their own homes establishing their eligibility needs and helping to meet those needs by contacting statutory bodies and local%national charities! ?ob satisfaction is very high and content varies from case to case! '( .OHN )"B-L)NC0 9outh LeaderB)ssistant Leaders - An e$citing opportunity to work as part of a team as either a leader or assistant leader in one of St ?ohn Ambulance Badger Setts! Badgers are the youngest members of St ?ohn Ambulance aged ; to *) years old! 1he entire program is easy to run and fun '( .OHN<' C)*0 St! ?ohn's Care is a good neighbour scheme helping those in the community who find difficulty with everyday tasks or who have no transport of their own and where for one reason or another public transport and ta$is are not an option Dri1ers 7W3FA9*8 to help with transport for medical appointments shopping home visits small odd 0obs and other tasks for young and old living in the area! A current clean driving licence is re&uired! 2ours and days are fle$ible and e$penses will be paid! Volunteers are CEB checked! St ?ohn school will provide the technical supervision! '(; .OHN<' +,LL)#0 "0"O*,)L H)LL )''OC,)(,ON Deputy Chair an (WO8645C)@ #nitially this opportunity is to volunteer alongside the e$isting chairman in an organisation which is having a new village hall built due to open in early summer 4)*A! 1he role is to help develop the new building as the social hub for the 2ook 2eath St ?ohn@s 2ermitage N #nkerman estate area and to do it at a profit! Fey Skills Basic Computer Skills Ability to run meetings +anagement e$perience Basic knowledge of accounts -ocal resident '( ")*9<' C0N(*0 Drop in Centre )ssistant needed in the Centre during the mornings! Duties to include meet and greet customers selling teas coffees snacks and lunches serving lunches clearing away and washing up! *eceptionistBCashier needed in the Centre during the mornings! Duties to include answering telephone greeting members of the public filling in lunch orders selling lunches transport tickets garden bags etc! !ianist - We cater for a varied age group in the Community Centre and would like a pianist to play background music during the lunch period! '( !0(0*<' HO"0 % ','(0*HOOD (rustee 7W3F**;(8H St 5eter@s 2ome N Sisterhood is an Anglican charity in Woking which includes St Columba@s retreat and conference centre! 1rustees are re&uired to 0oin the Council which manages the charity! 1here are 96P morning meetings per year! 1rustees are unpaid but e$penses reimbursed! '(*OLL0*'

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Drop-in centre +o$unteer@ Strollers are supported by Woking Borough Council and can be found in the ,eneration Centre behind St! Andrews church in ,oldsworth 5ark! Strollers is in the heart of ,oldsworth 5ark close to the shops and health centre and is popular with shoppers and local retired people who go to meet and make friends chat and have a drink or a snack! Strollers is open to all retired and disabled people and also offers a small lending library provides knitting wool organises outings and luncheon Club Opening (i es +on D!A)am to *!A)pm 1ues Wed 1hu "ri D!A)am to 4!9;pm '-*0 '()*( WO8,N# Baby Ca:J +o$unteer 2- Volunteer needed to help with the refreshments at the Baby CafW on +ondays and at the >oung 5arents ,roup on "ridays! 1he aim is to provide a rela$ed friendly atmosphere for the parents carers and children attending the centre! '-**09 )!!*O!*,)(0 )D-L( +OL-N(00* 'CH0"0 )d1ocate :or (hose with Learning Disabi$ities@ Appropriate adults needed to support vulnerable people whilst they are held in police custody in accordance with 5olice and Criminal <vidence Act codes of practice! Due to the nature of the work this role would suit people over 4A preferably over A)! Willing to undergo training and capable of giving advice and guidance! '-**09 )''OC,)(,ON &O* +,'-)L ,"!),*"0N( (')+,) Surrey Association for Visual #mpairment is here to help anyone in Surrey whose eyesight has become a cause for concern whether they are registered as having a visual impairment or not! Ho e +isitor to befriend and share interests with a visually impaired person referred by SAV#H 71his is not a domestic or personal care role!8 2elping the person with correspondence and if desired accompany on walks! ,enerally enabling the visually impaired person to have involvement and knowledge of the community and being an essential link between the person and support from the Charity! Dri1er needed to assist visually impaired people from their homes into the driver's car and take them to local clubs or classes and back! Dri1er B,C( +o$unteer 6 1o assist visually impaired people from their homes into the driver@s car and take them to communication class at local venue to SAV# at Eentwood -eatherhead to assist with their #C1 training and to bring them back to their home! *ehabi$itation 'er1ices +o$unteer@ 1he role can include any of the followingB Deliver e&uipment set up and demonstrate use e!g! lamps radios cassette players 1V magna6 screens big button telephones Collect e&uipment e!g! above typewriters braillers talking book machines Assist with simple admin tasks in the office e!g! sending fa$es photocopying gathering information tidying stock of Braille and +oon books cleaning e&uipment such as typewriters! Co$$ection Box Coordinator 6 urgently re&uired in the Woking area! We are looking for outgoing and proactive people with a good knowledge of their local community to help us raise money and awareness! What will # be doingO Eecruiting shops and offices to host our collecting bo$es in your local area 5lacing and emptying a minimum of *) collecting goblets in your local community 5lacing occasional promotional material en route on community notice boards etc Coordinator :or 'peakers #roup 6 1o co6ordinate and organise talks for members of the SAV# speakers group liaising with organisations and speakers to ensure the effective running of the pro0ect! !ub$ic 'peaker 6 1o give talks and presentations to local organisations and groups about the work of the Surrey Association for Visual #mpairment! )d inistrator> Co unity 'er1ices (ea 6 1o provide general office%administrative support to the Community Services 1eam in -eatherhead as necessary including photocopying typing and printing documents assisting with mailings and other ad hoc tasks! 0Nuip ent de$i1ery 1o$unteer 6 3ne6off visits to vision impaired persons@ homes to deliver bulky or e$pensive e&uipment! 1he e&uipment may need a minimal amount of setting up in the person@s home e!g! phones with memory dialling or talking book tape recorders etc!

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,C( +o$unteer 6 1o assist visually impaired people in their homes and%or at one of our Communications Classes locally with #C1 1raining! C$ass )ssistant 6 1o assist the Communication Class facilitator at a local venue to provide a conducive environment where a small group of visually impaired people can practise touch typing Braille and +oon skills and support each other! No previous e$perience of these techni&ues is necessary! 1he basic support re&uired is reading guiding people in the venue assist with making tea and coffee%arranging chairs and small tables! 71his is not a domestic or personal care role8! Low +ision 'er1ices +o$unteer . 1he role will enable visually impaired 7V#8 people to make the best possible use of the reading aids%magnifiers purchased from SAV# and <ye Clinics and will includeH Visiting 7V#8 people in their homesB 2elping 7V#8 people to read more effectivelyB Supporting SAV# staff in delivering -ow Vision services !hone &riend . 1o befriend one or more visually impaired people in Surrey through regular telephone contact from the volunteer@s own home using own phone! O::ice 'upport :or 0ye C$inic Liaison O::icer 6 1o provide general office%administrative support to the <C-3 as necessary including photocopying audio typing and printing documents assisting with mailings making appointments and other ad hoc tasks! Eeporting to SAV# on outcomes and issues 0ccentric +iewing - 1o support <ye Clinic -iaison 3fficer by visiting clients to ensure they gain the full benefit from reading aids! 1ime commitment of up to one day a week! 1raining provided in "etcham -eatherhead! Ne$t training course ?anuary 4)*A! Need to be able to travel in local area and communicate effectively! <$penses paid! '-**09 C)*0 (*-'( '(0!' +o$untary Learning 'upport Worker 6 -ocated at Woking -earning Centre : wayside Court Woking Surrey this role is to support an e$isting team in the delivery of structured programmes of personal and social education to small groups of challenging young people! 1he role would beH 1o support the delivery of training sessions to an appropriate level! 1o support group work and individual training packages to a small group of young people! 1o assist each young person to develop a portfolio of work in the conte$t of their 5ersonal Development 5lan! 1o support monitoring and recording of training delivery as re&uired! 1o ensure all work is delivered and evaluated in accordance with the programme@s <&ual 3pportunities policy! 1o attend occasional team meetings as agreed! 1o attend formal supervision every term! +entors will support *9 to *: year6olds in Woking! 1his work is part of a wider >outh Consortium pro0ect working with hard6to6reach young people who are at risk of becoming what is officially known as N<<1 7not in <ducation <mployment or 1raining8! #f you become a mentor you would typically see a young person for half an hour once a week or once a fortnight! +entoring is not about being constantly on call! We wouldn't e$pect you to take on more than one mentee at a time unless you want to make a bigger time commitment! (raining 'upport O::icer 6 1his is a Csupporting people' role the work takes place on a canal boat conducting environmental work however other volunteers manage the boat and environmental training can be provided if needed no boating or environmental skills are needed to apply for this role though a willingness to work in this environment is essential! Volunteers are asked to volunteer the same day of the week a minimum of one day per four weeks is re&uested though the same day each week would be ideal! 1he role involves supporting small groups of up to four environmental volunteers as they carry out practical environmental work and then helping them to provide the documentary evidence 7written photographic and audio8 of their understanding and progress! 1he environmental volunteers on Swingbridge 4 carry out essential conservation work along the Eiver Wey Basingstoke Canal and the 1hames! 1he environmental volunteers are mostly from disadvantaged backgrounds with poor education learning difficulties homelessness addiction being an offender or e$6offender or long term unemployed! >oung people 7*96*D8 from the 1rust's own S1<5S programmes also benefit from training on Swingbridge4! All have the potential to progress and develop their skills thereby improving their life chances!

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0n1iron enta$ +o$unteer 6 1his is a Csupporting people' role the work takes place on a canal boat conducting environmental work however other volunteers manage the boat and environmental training can be provided if needed no boating or environmental skills are needed to apply for this role though a willingness to work in this environment is essential! Volunteers are asked to volunteer the same day of the week a minimum of one day per four weeks is re&uested though the same day each week would be ideal! 1he role involves supporting small groups of up to four environmental volunteers as they carry out practical environmental work and then helping them to provide the documentary evidence 7written photographic and audio8 of their understanding and progress! 1he environmental volunteers on Swingbridge 4 carry out essential conservation work along the Eiver Wey Basingstoke Canal and the 1hames! 1he environmental volunteers are mostly from disadvantaged backgrounds with poor education learning difficulties homelessness addiction being an offender or e$6offender or long term unemployed! >oung people 7*96*D8 from the 1rust's own S1<5S programmes also benefit from training on Swingbridge4! All have the potential to progress and develop their skills thereby improving their life chances! Both programmes run on the boat aim to build confidence encourage communication and teamwork improve literacy and deliver accredited &ualifications whilst offering valuable training in environmental skills! 1he environmental training is accredited by the 3pen College Network for topics in outdoor maintenance and for those with aptitude and interestB nationally recognised &ualifications in boating skills are also available on board through the National Community Boats Association! Learning 'upport )ssistant Cook 6 We are looking for volunteers who can help support the young people at our -earning Centre learn the necessary cooking skills to enable them to cook their daily lunch! 1he -earning Centre is open ; days per week if you can help on one regular day each week or more we would like to hear from you! Learning 'upport )ssistant Literacy and Nu eracy! We are looking for -earning Support volunteers who can help support the young people at our -earning Centre on a one to one basis teaching -iteracy and Numeracy! We are open five days a week and we would be pleased to hear from anyone who can help on one regular day each week or more!

'urrey Disab$ed !eop$e<s !artnership Citi=en )d1ocacy - 1o provide independent free and confidential Citi/en Advocacy to disabled adults within the administrative County of Surrey! 1o support the Advocacy Service as a wholeB in particular working in support of the 5rofessional Advocacy Service by assisting clients with non6urgent and longer term issues Advocate on behalf of disabled people Communicate with clients regularly by the most appropriate means Create a relationship with the client where he%she will feel able to discuss their problems in confidence with you Act on behalf of clients following their instructions ensuring they are consistent with good practice and the law +aintain secure records and data of client's details in accordance with data protection and SD55's Confidentiality 5olicy 5rovide monitoring information relating to work undertaken with clients including hours spent and actions taken Attend regular C3ne to 3ne' sessions with the Volunteer Coordinator Attend Advocacy +eetings and accept any relevant training whenever possible <stablish what your client is hoping to achieve and review options if this goal is not achievable #f necessary re&uest permission from the client to discuss matters with other relevant people involved with them "ormulate an action plan%advocacy agreement with the client

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1ake whatever appropriate action is necessary to achieve the goal keeping the client informed at each stage! -iaise with other agenciesB statutory voluntary and independent as necessary Contact the Volunteer Coordinator when guidance is re&uired! Do not disclose own personal details to clients 7home address%tel no8 #f appointments with clients can only be arranged during weekends or evenings please ensure SD55's -one Working 5olicy is adhered to! '-**09 DOL!H,N' 'wi )ssistantH Surrey Dolphins is an assisted swim charity offering Eunnymede and Woking adults with restricted mobility the opportunity to swim and e$ercise in a safe and friendly environment! We need a fit and strong volunteer to assist with pushing wheelchairs in and out of the pool and helping members to transfer from our waterproof chairs back into their own wheelchair and of course assisting members in the water during the swimming session! 1uesday N 1hursday mornings during term time!

'-**09 D*-# % )LCOHOL C)*0 Chair an 7W3FD;(8H Surrey Drug N Alcohol Care 7SDAC8 receives its funding from Surrey Drug and Alcohol Action 1eam 7DAA18! #t is managed by a Chairman Vice Chair 1reasurer and the Committee! 1here is one paid position in the charity a co6ordinator and referrals manager! We are seeking a professional with e$perience of chairing meetings understanding funding and finance issues! <$perience although not essential within the drug and alcohol sector would be advantageous as would the running of a charity! He$p$ine +o$unteer - Volunteers are needed to help run our confidential 49%( helpline to Surrey County residents primarily but also nationally to give advice and support to those with drug and alcohol problems both users and family and friends! "ree compulsory training provided which is si$ Saturdays over *) weeks and ongoing support provided through specially trained volunteers! 1he volunteer will work from home but the charity has a call system which involves no cost! A minimum commitment is re&uired of ; hours a week for one shift! Surrey Drug Care has a minimum age limit of *P years! '-**09 0D-C)(,ON B-',N0'' !)*(N0*'H,! )cti1ity and ga es support 1o$unteers H 2elping with one day and half day activities taking place in schools across Surrey! Activities includeH Business #a e 6 students run a virtual company for the day! &uture (own 6 planning and development of a town #$oba$ (rading #a e 6 to illustrate trade and economic development of different 6 countries and the role of technology and natural resources! ,nter1iew 'ki$$s 6 Surrey based companies provide interviewers at school or business premises for : students each interview lasting A) minutes! Business 'tudies 6 tutorials to A -evel students deliveringH finance human resources accounts banking etc! '-**09 &,*0 )ND *0'C-0 '0*+,C0 1he "ire and <mergency Support Service is a partnership with Surrey "ire and Eescue Service that provides immediate post6crisis practical and emotional support to the victims of domestic fires floods and similar "ire service related incidents! #t is delivered 49%( by specially trained Eed Cross volunteer's on6call working on a rota basis! &ire +o$unteer@ As a "ire Volunteer you will be supporting Surrey and "ire Eescue in the local community raising awareness of "ire Safety and assisting and supporting at community events and campaigns! 1he Fey tasks of a "ire Volunteer areH 1o target individuals within the community that are @hard to reach@ and @hard to influence@ building links between community organisations and Surrey "ire and Eescue Service to ensure @at risk@ groups are aware of fire safety!

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Deliver leaflets regarding fire safety initiatives to areas of individuals most at risk! 1o assist operational crews in completing 2ome "ire Safety Visits! Assisting in local initiatives About Surrey "ire Volunteer Service Surrey "ire Volunteer Service e$ists in order to support and assist the community work of our operational firefighters providing an efficient and professional service to all members of the community!

'-**09 #OL& - &-ND,N# )ND *0CO#N,(,ON O&&,C0* needed to 0oin the team to help the County and the 4) ,et into ,olf clubs and other clubs to apply for pots of funding in order to improve facilities and get more beginner%intermediate club and community activities happening! 1he role is designed to give those clubs that are doing the beginner development work recognition at a local county and national level and to help get their club in to the public spotlight= 1his is an important role within Surrey ,olf and will take between A69 hours a week! '-**09 !OL,C0 )N!* Back O::ice )ssistant@ Carry out AN5E NAS5 compliancy checks! We are re&uired to carry out annual checks of all cameras owned or operated by Surrey 5olice!No min! hours daytime and evening times re&uired! )ppoint ent 'etting +o$unteer@ 1his role is designed to assist the "orce by appointment setting over the telephone 7arranging meetings between the Nationality Department and "oreign Nationals8! *; hours per week ideally in total could be through more than one volunteer! C,D )d inistration +o$unteerH 1o provide administrative support in order to enhance the investigative function! ; hours per week hours can be fle$ible by arrangement! +aintaining the duties roster for the team 2elping at meetings 5roducing letters for internal distribution Dealing with telephone en&uiries and visitors ,eneral clerical duties including photocopying%filing 5romote and comply with Surrey 5olices policies on e&ual opportunities and health N safety both in the delivery of service and the treatment of others '-**09 '0)*CH )ND *0'C-0 'earch and *escue (echnician@ 1o form the ma0or part of the individual teams that are deployed during a search! <very operational member undergoes a period of training and assessment in order to &ualify as a Search technician! Non-operationa$ e bers@ 1o help maintain e&uipment keep vehicles on the road carry out fundraising and recruitment activities and assist with the accounts! Although Non6operational members do not get actively involved in searches these members are e&ually vital to the Gnit '-**09 '(O! '"O8,N# '0*+,C0 (e$ephone 'upport 'er1ice Einging new clients to discuss the stop smoking support options and booking them onto chosen path! Volunteers will be making a huge contribution towards the better health of clients!

'-**09 W,LDL,&0 (*-'( 0n1iron enta$ +o$unteers are wanted for various pro0ects in 5irbright and surrounding areas mainly in practical conservation 71uesday Wednesday and 1hursday8! Also weekend work at 2orsell Common 7see above8 and Brentmoor 2eath! All parties are supervised! 3ther occasional opportunities include planning and land use otter and river pro0ects ecological surveying!

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(rustees have ultimate responsibility for directing the affairs of SW1 and ensuring that it is solvent well6run and delivering the charitable outcomes for the benefit of the public for which it has been set up! DutiesH6 Compliance 1o ensure that SW1 complies with its governing document organisation law and any other relevant legislation or regulations 1o ensure that SW1 pursues its ob0ectives as defined in its governing document! 1o ensure SW1 applies its resources e$clusively in pursuance of its ob0ectives! Strategic Direction 1o contribute actively to Councils@ role in giving firm strategic direction to the organisation setting overall policy defining goals setting targets and evaluating performance against agreed targets! 1o safeguard the good name and values of the organisation! 1o ensure the financial stability of SW1 the proper investment of its funds protection of its property and other assets <mployees 1o ensure that there is a clear understanding of the scope of authority delegated to the C<3 1o ensure that policies and strategies agreed by Council are set out clearly and unambiguously so that the C<3 and staff are clear about what they need to do! 1o ensure that SW1 has an appropriate human resources policy framework in place to support efficient and effective practice in all areas of operations! 1o appoint and support the employees and monitor their performance ,eneral 1o represent SW1 at functions and meetings as appropriate 1o use any specific knowledge or e$perience they have to help the Council of 1rustees reach sound decisions! 1his will involve scrutinising Council papers leading discussions focusing on key issues and providing advice and guidance re&uested by the Council on new initiatives or other issues relevant to the area of the organisation@s work in which the 1rustee has special e$pertise! 1o attend meetings 'W)N ('outh-West Woking )ssisting Neighbours) Dri1er 7W3FAP*8H to assist people with various tasks such as prescription collection transport shopping! <$penses covered! Duty O::icers 7W3FD;P8H Working from home using our mobile phone to receive calls from needy neighbours 6 usually re&uests for lifts to hospital or doctors appointments! 1hen using their own phone 7costs will be reimbursed by SWAN8 6 to contact suitable volunteers in the organisation to meet the client@s needs! Duty 3fficers may volunteer for as little or as many duties each month that suits them! 'W,N#B*,D#0 CO""-N,(9 BO)( !*O.0C( Crew "e bers Winter to work with offenders on community payback work doing bank clearance litter picking tree coppicing tidying up the tow paths and clearing nearby open areas maintenance including fencing paths signs and lock gates! 1raining is provided and you can gain an 3CN certificate in crewing and in environmental work! 0n1iron enta$ +o$unteer needed to participate in bank clearance along the canal waterside and conservation work litter picking tree coppicing tidying up the tow paths and clearing nearby open areas maintenance including fencing paths signs and lock gates! 1raining is provided and you can gain an 3CN certificate in @+aintenance for 3utdoor Eecreation@ 6 environmental work! 1his work takes place Wednesdays between *)am N Apm! 1here is an optional opportunity to work with disadvantaged young people and supervised groups of adult offenders who are sentenced by the courts to @unpaid work@! 1his work takes place on "ridays and Saturdays between *)69pm! +o$unteer 'kipper 2 'wingbridge 6 1o train as a Volunteer skipper to work on Swingbridge *6 which is used for training in boat crewing and boat management plus teambuilding and educational trips!

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Volunteers need to have e$perience of working with young people and the confidence to learn how to take responsibility for skippering boat trips and helping to train other novice volunteers! Accredited training is provided in6house! 3nce trained skippers and crew will run trips for community groups! 1hey will share their skills and train people of all ages including young students on our S1<5S alternative education programmes and offenders on community payback! +o$unteer 'kipper - 'wingbridge 3 1o train as a Volunteer skipper to work on Swingbridge 4 6 which is the base for teams of people carrying out environmental conservation and clearance all year round on Surrey waterways and in nearby parks nature reserves and green spaces! See above '9(HWOOD !*,")*9 'CHOOL *eading +o$unteer 7W3F *9;D8! Sythwood primary School has done much in the last few years to improve reading standards! We are always looking to improve our children@s reading skills further and this is where you can help! Volunteers are re&uired to hear children read across the primary age range to provide that very important reading practise! >ou will work with the children on a regular basis for a morning or afternoon session and hours will be fle$ible to suit! ()L8 A small registered charity based locally in Surrey running 4 hourly weekly therapeutic workshops running within the school term! He$p (hose *eco1ering &ro 'tokes - (herapeutic Workshop +o$unteers are trained to learn the strategies to help those recovering from strokes with dysphasia 7a problem with communication and comprehension8 working one to one at Fnaphill 71hurs am8 1here may also need for volunteers who are willing to visit recoverers at home on a regular weekly%fortnightly basis! Co unication 'upport +o$unteer 7W3F**DA8@ 5roviding support for people with speech and communication difficulties 7aphasia%dysphasia8 following stroke in a group workshop for 4 hours a week 7term time only8! 1he role involves assisting stroke recoverers in practicing all aspects of communication in a lively and stimulating environment thus promoting confidence and increasing independence! Speech 1herapist led training sessions are also offered once a term to volunteers to support strategies to aid communication! (00N)#0 C)NC0* (*-'( Co$$ection +o$unteers 2 )rgos@ With over **)) stores across the GF and Eepublic of #reland we have a uni&ue opportunity to fundraise through bucket collections at busy shopping periods during the year! Collection volunteers must be aged over *:! >ounger volunteers are welcomed providing they are accompanied by adults! >ou will be receiving cash donations from the public raising awareness of our work and positively representing 1eenage Cancer 1rust (0**0NC0 H,##,N' (*-'( Co unity 'upport +o$unteers@ to provide support for clients who re&uire a structured period of support to enable them to reach agreed personal and%or self management goals (H0 B*,#,((0 (*-'( 'upport +o$unteer 2 An opportunity to provide emotional support and practical help to people with life6threatening illness their carers and families! 1his is a very fle$ible position for people able to offer weekly support for A69 hours! 1raining will be given and volunteers are supported in their role!

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9outh C$ub Co ittee "e ber - We need a literate and numerate person to 0oin the management committee of the Club! Do you have a little time to help with admin tasks such as applying for grants volunteer recruitment and co6ordinating the Club volunteer@s rota! Cra:t )cti1ity Organiser 6 We need an enthusiastic artistic person to help organise craft activities on Wednesday evenings with our young people D 6 *( years some of whom have special needs! )cti1e )ssistant 6 We need an energetic and enthusiastic person to help organise active games on Wednesday evenings with some boisterous young people D 6 *( years either in a large hall or outside!

(he Lightbox Dance Woking ( under Light Box) Chairperson - Dance Woking is seeking to recruit a new Chair who should be able to demonstrate a real interest in the Arts and has held a senior position in the world of business the creative industries or public service! "undraising is an important dimension to the work of Dance Woking and the Chair should be comfortable in promoting the visibility of Dance Woking in this area! #t is e$pected that the successful candidate will have strong understanding of the important role that the arts%creative industries play in improving the &uality of people's lives building communities and contributing to the economy! (H0 (H0*)!9 #)*D0N@ Creati1e )ssistant - We are looking for creative people who would be prepared to help on monthly activity days we run for special needs clients who can prepare activities think of new ideas etc! &und *aising )ssistant - We re&uire help with some of our fund raising activities on an ad hoc basis which occur throughout the year! #arden )ssistants We re&uire volunteers to assist in the ,arden alongside our horticulturists in the supervision of our adult clients and teenagers with special needs! "rom September we will be open 9 days a week +onday to 1hursday! 3ur adult clients attend all year round but our teenagers only attend during school term times! No gardening e$perience is re&uired 0ust the ability to get along with others and muck in= (LC 2 HO'!,C0 '0*+,C0' )( HO"0 'upport !artner 2 '-!)*<s (Woking) A SSuparS is a support partner 6 to an adult with a life limiting condition their family%carer7s8 in their own home! Befriending%helping on an emotional and practical level providing respite for families%carers up to A hours per week! Supar@s offer companionship and are matched with a client with similar interests! 5ractical assistance can be helping with light shopping walking the dog collecting prescriptions driving and accompanying people to appointments! 1he service does not provide personal or nursing care! 1he charity's activities are supported by the Big -ottery "und! AimH +aking a real difference by improving &uality of life at a sensitive and challenging time! 01ents He$perB&undraiser! <nthusiastic and fun loving people are re&uired for this role= 1-C needs help with local fundraising activities across 2ampshire Surrey and West Susse$! #nvolvement can range from organising events distributing leaflets helping at events managing street collections holding small personal events such as coffee mornings and contributing to the marketing and fundraising plan with new ideas= (rustee; Candidates are sought who will be able to offer sufficient time to enable attendance at board meetingsB normally si$ a yearB participation in meetings and on one strategic away day per year! (O-*0((0' )C(,ON He$pdesk +o$unteer 7W3F*9;*8 1o help operate the 2elpdesk between Dam6;pm weekdays or out of hours to provide support and information about 1ourettes! "ull training and support will be given! 1his is a wonderful opportunity for anyone with e$perience of

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1ourette Syndrome and who may be undertaking a counselling degree%&ualification! Suitable for volunteers who can make a long6term commitment!

+,C(," '-!!O*( Caseworker@ We are looking for people to 0oin our local team to provide emotional support to Victims of Crime! 1his involves face to face and telephone contacts with victims! 1his volunteering role is done in your own time as part of a team with supervision close by! We need people who are able to empathy without preconceptions are Ipeople personsJ have their own computer with basic #1 skills and are good communicators +,',(,N# &*,0ND' &riendship &riend 6 1wo hours a month is all we ask to help serve tea and coffee to lonely older residents in sheltered schemes! >our ideas for other ways to make the social e$perience en0oyable would also be most welcome! )d inistrator 6 #f you have a few hours to spare doing general office administration! No e$perience necessary! Ho e Be:riender 6 3ne hour a week is all it takes to make a real difference to the life of an elderly lonely person living on their own when you pop in for a chat and a cup of tea! Be a friend by having a friend to e$perience the rewards! A sad fact is that over half a million older people spend Christmas alone! +ake a difference by being a friend! 3ne hour a week is all it takes! 1hank you W)(0*W)9' *0CO+0*9 - He$p to *estore the Waterways Week long working holidays usually start around 9pm on the first Saturday and finish at lunch time on the following Saturday! 1he working day usually runs from Dam to ;pm 7weather dependent8 with plenty of tea6breaks and lunch on site! A cooked breakfast and a substantial home cooked evening meals are provided! W)((' #)LL0*9 #a$$ery 'teward - Watts ,allery re6opened in late Spring 4)** after a two year restoration! >ou can be a part of this e$citing moment in the ,allery@s history by becoming a ,allery steward! 3ur stewards provide a friendly welcome to visitors and help to answer any &uestions they may have whilst safeguarding the collection! W0'( '-**09 O'(0O!O*O*O',' '-!!O*( #*O-! Co ittee "e ber re&uired to run the local support group that provides support and information to local people affected by osteoporosis! 1he committee meets about ; times a year and runs 9 6 : ,roup meetings and 4 events per year! 1he group also raises awareness of osteoporosis in the community and has close contacts with St 5eter@s 2ospital to ensure they provide the best possible service! W,LD L0)*N,N# Outdoor Learning Ho$iday C$ub - 7W3F*A:*8 Supporting trained I"orest School I leaders to look after groups of children spending the day having fun in woodlands around Surrey! >ou will need to be easy going en0oy the outdoors and love being with children! 1here are 9 sites across SurreyH ,atton 5ark near Eeigate 7National 1rust8 Claremont near <sher 7National 1rust8 Winkworth Arboretum near ,odalming 7National 1rust8 and Alice 2olt 7near "arnham8 Wi$d Learning +o$unteer7W3F*A:A8 1he role of the Wild -earning volunteer is to look after activities for leaders from time to time support assistants and leaders with the tasks of the day and otherwise be thoroughly alert to what is happening at all times communicating with assistants and leaders! An enthusiastic and full hearted volunteer is of immeasurable value to participants leaders and assistants!

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WH,(0 LOD#0 CH,LD*0N<' C0N(*0 White -odge based in Chertsey supports disabled children and adults and their families or carers in Surrey and the surrounding areas! We believe it is important not only to provide support and services as early as possible but also to ensure they are available as and when they are needed! Dri1er> "inibus 2 Volunteers re&uired to drive White -odge minibus to pick up service users from their home! D!)) 6 *)!A) and A!)) 6 ;!)) Also one person who could drive * or 4 days a year for pre6booked trips! 1raining provided aged over 44yrs and must have A years driving e$perience! Need to be able to drive D* vehicles on modern driving license or @A@ vehicle on older driving licence! !$ay and Leisure )cti1ities Worker - 'choo$ Ho$idays (Christ as> 0aster> Ha$: (er s); 1o assist with holiday activities for young people with physical disabilities! ,iving general support with activities including playing with the children painting water and play swimming and outings! +on 6 "ri during school holidays Dam6;!))pm! #enera$ He$p with the -eisure N -ife skills activities in our adult centre on 1uesdays between *)!A) and A!A) . cooking gardening discussion groups &ui//es etc! #ardening He$pers re&uired +on6"ri hours to suit! +aintaining and tidying the grounds etc! Hydro He$p@ assisting Volunteers needed on "riday mornings to help with the adult hydrotherapy sessions! Assisting disabled adults either in the water or changing! &undraising 01ent (ea @ to help at events throughout the year with our fundraising team! Leisure % Li:e 'ki$$s )cti1ities He$per in )du$t Centre@ ,eneral help with the -eisure N -ife Skills activities in our adult centre on 1uesdays between *)!A) and A!A) 6 cooking gardening discussion groups &ui//es etc! W,'DO" (*-'( ((he) 1he Wisdom 1rust provides education programmes to create wider awareness about poverty environment and health issues and to support charities and good causes with donations! Web DesignerH 5eople with web design skills are needed to help develop the Wisdom 1rust website as well as take part in other areas of the 1rust@s activities! +ost of the tasks will be carried out from home! Website )ssistant B On$ine *esearcher H >ou will assist with online research fundraising online developing education programmes and help at e$hibitions! Anyone with a computer could help out! >ou could give any amount of time from ; minutes a week upwards! WO8,N# )''OC,)(,ON O& +OL-N()*9 '0*+,C0 +o$unteer :or Woking ,nterpreting and (rans$ation 'er1ice; Volunteer re&uired initially for one day a week 71uesday8 to take bookings from clients and book interpreters! +ust be computer literate and able to use database! ,ood telephone manner essential! 1he ability to cover other days if necessary would be an advantage WO8,N# BO*O-#H CO-NC,L % WO8,N# &C "u$ti-'ports)ssistant Coach (Disabi$ity) - Woking "ootball Club Woking Borough Council and Active Surrey are working in partnership to start a new #nclusive Sports Club in Woking! We are looking for volunteers to support these sessions 7starting from Sunday 9 +ay8 you do not necessarily need e$perience in sport as training%&ualifications will be provided where necessary but e$perience of working with disabled young people would be highly beneficial! #n the long term there may also be the chance for paid employment! Sessions will be aimed at young people from ** . *: years old Woking #nclusive Sports Club will provide opportunities for these young people to play a range of sports! Activities and sports include boccia new age curling wheelchair basketball table cricket goalball football and more! All sessions will be overseen by fully &ualified e$perienced coaches and is therefore a fantastic opportunity for you to be mentored by e$perienced coaches as well as gaining coaching &ualifications in the future! WO8,N# ('( ")*9 O& B0(H)N9) 'CO-( #*O-! (Gth) Bea1er 'cout He$per@ #nitially you would act as a helper within the Beaver Colony with a potential then to move into a uniformed roll! Beaver Scouts are children aged between : and P yrs old! 1hey belong to the first and youngest section in the Scouting family! <asily recognised by their distinctive tur&uoise sweatshirts Beaver Scouts en0oy making friends

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playing games going on visits and helping others! 1emporary opportunities for young people doing D of < also available!

WO8,N# )ND ')" B0)*0 HO'!,C0' Warehouse 'orterH -ively and fun person wanted to 0oin our great team in Fnaphill! 3ur main sorting warehouse is a busy and interesting environment! #f you have an eye for fashion an interest in books toys or bric6a6brac you are 0ust the person to help the team sort goods ready for distribution to one of our ** shops! 'hop +o$unteers re&uired working in charity shops in the following areas Woking Fingfield Fnaphill 7furniture shop8 2orsell 7bookshop and charity shop8 West Byfleet and ,oldsworth 5ark! D!A)69!A)pm +on6Sat! Dri1erBDe$i1ery !erson to work in our main warehouse in Fnaphill! Collecting and delivering goods to our charity shops! +GS1 be able to lift heavy bo$es and have a clean driving license! WO8,N# CO*ON0*' CO-*( 'upport +o$unteer - An opportunity to provide support on the day of the in&uest only to families and witnesses going through a traumatic proceeding! Working as part of a team volunteers will need to commit at least * day per fortnight working at the court! WO8,N# C9CL0 '()(,ON' Cyc$e "echanics (WO864G6)@ We are looking for individuals who have enthusiasm and dedication for cycling and Cycle mechanics who like working with young people to help train them in cycle maintenance and pass on their knowledge and skills! >ou would be working from our new purpose built Cycle Station Workshop in ,oldsworth 5ark Woking as a valued member of a Community #nterest Company that sets out to promote cycling to everyone young and old and to teach people how to keep their cycles maintained in good order and keep cycling! We are also involved in the sale of second hand refurbished bikes which we complete in our workshop and we give bikes to people for reduced rates who need a bike to get to work or for recreation! We hope to run three workshop session to start with on 1uesday evening ; till Ppm and on Saturday either morning or afternoon depending on the availability of volunteers responding to this advert! 1he purpose built workshop presents us with a new opportunity to e$pand and we need to build a dedicated and enthusiastic team of volunteer mechanics make it a success= #f you think you can help or know someone who might like this opportunity we hope you get in touch= "ree 1 shirt provided= WO8,N# CO""-N,(9 "0D,)(,ON '0*+,C0 "ediators 2 !$ease note at present> they are on$y $ooking :or enough $adies; en as they ha1e

Within the community neighbours may get into dispute over boundaries hedges and trees noise anti6social behaviour rubbish parking children pets etc! Community +ediators work in pairs with neighbours in this situation to help them resolve the dispute! 1he process involves meeting with each party to listen to the issues and then if possible bringing the two parties together in a neutral location where the mediators will facilitate a meeting where each party will listen to each other discuss the issues and reach an agreement which will usually spell out what each party will do to avoid the problem from arising again and how they will deal with it if it does! 1raining will be provided

WO8,N# "0N()L H0)L(H *0'O-*C0 C0N(*0 Beat 0ating Disorder #roup &aci$itator

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1he volunteering role is to support people affected by a range of eating disorders including Anore$ia bulimia and overeating conditions within a self6help group environment! 1he role involves co6facilitating groups where people can meet and share e$periences and coping strategies with others in a similar position! ,roups meet twice a month! "ull training and support will be provided!

WO8,N# ()L8,N# N0W'!)!0* )''OC,)(,ON *ecording 0ngineersH to record master tape that can be copied and dispatched to our visually impaired listeners! Eecording takes place on a "riday evening at our studios based the +oorcroft Centre Westfield Woking! 1his fun role sounds more technical than it isB it is easy to pick up and any training will be provided! )d inistration )ssistant 7W3F*A*98H Ee&uired * week in every A on a 1hursday evening to undertake between 9pm and ;pm various administration tasks involved in the processing and distribution of audio tapes to our visual impaired clients WO8,N# "0N()L H0)L(H *0'O-*C0 C0N(*0> CO*N0*HO-'0 0ating Disorder #roup &aci$itator> Beat - 1he volunteering opportunity is to provide support to people affected by a range of eating disorders including anore$ia bulimia and overeating conditions within a self help group environment! 1he role involves co6facilitating groups where people can meet to share e$periences and coping strategies with others in a similar situation! Currently twice monthly from (!A) to D!)) and will take place at Cornerhouse Woking and Cornerhouse Eunnymede *A Corrie Eoad Addlestone! WOODC*)&( &OL8 He$per who likes working with children 7; to *: years8 re&uired to lead groups in games drama craftwork and music as well as outdoor activities such as camping hiking and hostelling! 1raining and support is offered! +onday evenings :!A) to D pm in Fnaphill! 9"C) WO8,N# - (he 9pod centre Volunteers re&uired at a new state of the art youth music drop in and creative arts facility in Woking town centre! 5ositions available includeH 9outh Workers Do you en0oy encouraging and empowering young people to succeed in lifeO 1he Woking >pod seeks enthusiastic and energetic Volunteer >outh Workers to promote and support youth work in our Drop6#n service! >ou will have the opportunity toH K Assist the lead youth worker in the running of drop6in sessions! K Build relationships with young people showing a professional interest in their lives! K <ngage young people in positive activities! K Contribute ideas to improving and developing facilities and services K Be a member of our growing and dynamic youth work team K 5rovide Woking's young people with a safe environment to belong thrive and succeed in life! K 5rovide encouragement empowerment and e&uality to all young people K +entor and coach young people K 2elp run the service be on cafW duty be involved in our gigs help put out facilities 7Tbo$ pool etc8 K Be trained in Safeguarding K Eeceive basic >outh Work training K Work fle$ible hours 7typical shift *:HA) 6 4*H)) pm on 1uesdays 1hursdays and "ridays8 9outh 'upport +o$unteer 7W3F**P)8H to support >outh Drop6in for **6*D year olds at the >pod! Attend monthly team 1VN meeting 7usually the last 1hursday of the month (6P p!m!8 +ust be over *P years old! DutiesH Assist the lead youth worker in the running of drop6in sessions! Gnderstand safeguarding policy and work within professional boundaries! Gndertake necessary training! 5rovide safe welcoming environment for young people! Build relationships with young people showing a professional interest in their lives!

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<ngage young people in positive activities! Bring any concerns to the attention of shift leader! Contribute ideas to improving and developing facilities and services! )$ternati1e Learning +o$unteer 9outh 'upport Worker Do you en0oy encouraging and empowering young people to succeed in lifeO 1he Woking >pod seeks enthusiastic and energetic Volunteer >outh Support Workers to support our Alternative -earning 5rogramme! 2ours 6 1uesday and%or Wednesday Dam6Apm >ou will have the opportunity toH Be a member of our growing and dynamic youth work team 5rovide Woking@s young people with a safe environment to belong thrive and succeed in life! 5rovide encouragement empowerment and e&uality to all young people +entor and coach young people Attend monthly leadership and vision nights Eeceive Safeguarding training Eeceive basic >outh Work training! Detached 9outh Workers Do you en0oy encouraging and empowering young people to succeed in lifeO 1he Woking >pod seeks enthusiastic and energetic Volunteer >outh Workers to promote and support Detached >outh Work in our community! You will have the opportunity to: Be a member of our growing and dynamic youth work team 1o go out into the communityH Barnsbury Sheerwater Sythwood ,oldsworth 5ark! <ncourage Woking's young people to find a safe environment to belong thrive and succeed in life 7pointing them to one of our ( centres8 5rovide encouragement empowerment and e&uality to all young people Attend monthly leadership and vision nights Eeceive Safeguarding training Eeceive basic >outh Work training 9O*8 *O)D !*O.0C( 1he >ork Eoad 5ro0ect is a registered charity which runs a direct access hostel for single homeless people in the Woking and surrounding area! )cti1ity 1o$unteers needed who have Csomething to offer' such as playing guitar or arts and crafts or other interesting skills! 2ours are :!))6D!)) pm +onday to Saturday! Drop in Centre He$pers needed Sundays between P!A)am6*!*;pm or *!*;pm6:pm serving breakfast lunch and dinner or 0ust being at the centre playing games and interacting with clients; Drop in Centre 01ening +o$unteer Charity &undraiser - 1o assist in increasing income from fundraising and other funding streams to the >ork Eoad 5ro0ect! 1he postholder will work with the 5ro0ect +anager and 5ro0ect Director to plan and facilitate fundraising events and also research other funding streams that may be available! 1his will be achieved by establishing a regular fundraising schedule and online research! +o$unteer Housing Options )d1isor - 1o assist with identifying client's area of local connection housing options available and completing paperwork in relation to this! 1he postholder will work with the Day Centre Co6ordinator to identify individual housing options for clients! +o$unteer We$:are Bene:its )d1isor - 1o assist with facilitating both group and one to one session with clients to look at employment skills and other aspects relating to preparation when looking for work! 1he postholder will work with the Day Centre Co6ordinator to support clients with looking for work! 9O-N# 0N(0*!*,'0 ('urrey) Business )d1isers - Learn to 0arn@ Business Advisers are re&uired to assist with the delivery of the >oung <nterprise scheme in Woking and West Surrey! No previous

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e$perience or e$pert knowledge is re&uired other than individual e$perience of work and business and enthusiasm! -earn to <arn a range of one day programmes for local schools that enables young people aged *A6*; years to develop a crucial understanding of the importance of developing skills knowledge and e$perience for working life through their education and future training! 1he programme engages students in : activity based sessions e$ploring the relationship between learning and the attainment of personal goals!

9O-* ')NC(-)*9> Wo en<s *e:uge 2 &e a$e +o$unteers on$y p$ease He$p$ine +o$unteers - yourSanctuary offers specialist services to women men and children affected by domestic abuse! We run a 49%( helpline along with other frontline services such as community outreach and refuge! 2elpline roles can be office or home based and we need volunteers to commit to a minimum two shifts per month! "ull training and support is provided! &e a$e 1o$unteers on$y He$p$ine +o$unteers (O::ice Hours)Based at our offices in Woking your will cover regular four hour shifts each week! 3ffering confidential emotional and practical support to those e$periencing domestic abuse you will also take refuge referrals find refuge space and signpost to other agencies! A calm and non60udgemental approach is essential! 1his is ideal for those with an interest in issues related to domestic abuse! He$p$ine +o$unteers (Out o: O::ice Hours)@ Based at home you will be provided with a mobile phone on which to take calls! 1he role will include offering confidential emotional and listening support to callers providing information and signposting to other services as needed! A calm and non60udgemental approach is essential! Weekdays shifts from ;pm to Dam and weekend shifts from Dam to *pm *pm to ;pm and ;pm to Dam although some fle$ibility is available! Volunteers on overnight shifts are e$pected to sleep but need to be able to wake up and take calls if necessary! *eceptionist@ 1his is a fantastic opportunity for someone to gain additional skills and e$perience as a volunteer within a reception%administration role! Based on yourSanctuary's offices in Woking you will be a part of a great team in a friendly and supportive environment! We are looking for help +onday afternoons 1hursday afternoons and "ridays! Budgeting and Debt "anage ent +o$unteer@ Some people who come into our refuge do so with a level of debt! We are looking for a volunteer with e$cellent finance and communication skills to provide support in the area of budgeting and debt management to those that re&uire it! 1his may involve reviewing a residents financial situation and discussing options contacting companies writing letters and putting together payment plans helping situation and discussing options contacting companies writing letters and putting together payment plans helping someone to go down the bankruptcy route and so on! 1his is a role where you can really make a difference to women's lives! 9O-(H CO-NC,L - Woking 9outh Counci$$or Woking >outh Council was set up to be the voice for young people in the Borough for young people aged between **6*D years old! As a youth councillor you will be e$pected to show a commitment to the council and attend monthly meeting and any events training or other opportunities! >ou must want to make a difference to the local community and be able to feedback to other peers in school youth centres or any clubs you attend!

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)C(,+0N(-*0 Activenture runs residential programmes for disabled%special needs young people aged *P6 *Pyrs! 1ypical activities includeH archery canoeing /ip wire abseiling obstacle courses swimming craft sessions days out live bands karaoke and disco! *esidentia$ +o$unteers are needed for this very rewarding role supervise young people encouraging them to participate in activities and also give assistance and guidance with personal care! >ou would need a good caring attitude with a Cget on with the 0ob' approach and a strong sense of humour! *esidentia$ Nurses needed during school holidays throughout the year at Woodrow 2igh 2ouse Amersham and 2indleap Warren Wych Cross <ast Susse$! 1hey re&uire fully &ualified nurses to be responsible for the medical needs of the client during the week including medication briefing night staff and record keeping in line with Activenture 5olicy! Volunteers will also have the opportunity to participate in the activities of the centre! Waking Night +o$unteers are needed during the school holidays throughout the year any night Sunday to Saturday! Volunteers are needed to care for their disabled%special needs guests during the night! 1his may involve escorting to the toilet or as directed by the residential nurse! No previous e$perience is necessary as e$perienced staff will be on hand if re&uired to support! Night staff generally work as a minimum of two people so would be ideal for a couple otherwise an e$perienced partner will be provided! )cti1ities Organiser at Woodrow High House> ) ersha > Bucks; 1ypical activities for all those attending includeH archery canoeing /ipwire%abseiling obstacle courses and swimming! 1he activity organiser will assist in the planning of indoor and outdoor activities 7such as craft sessions days out live bands competitions karaoke N disco8 other than those sessions supervised by our own outdoor pursuits instructors! +inimum age *P years!

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He$per (6KL)@ 1his is a uni&ue pro0ect with several volunteering roles available to accompany young people with special needs on activity weeks and participating in the activities! We are delighted to have been supported so keenly by the volunteering agencies in the South <ast and hope that the future will be 0ust as successful! Despite our residential centres being located in both <ast Susse$ and Buckinghamshire this has not put off volunteers being willing to travel out of their immediate area presumably as we cover the cost of seven days' accommodation meals and activities . many regard us as a week away from home= We would be very pleased to hear from any individuals or groups of volunteers whom would be interested in 0oining Activenture for a residential activity week as companion helpers to young people who are disabled or have special needs during school holidays! We offer volunteers free training and a choice of twelve weeks during the year 7generally during school % college holidays8! 1his has proven to be a very useful means to gain e$perience in support of seeking further education and of course employment! +any volunteers utilise their stay with us to complete their voluntary involvement and Duke of <dinburgh's Award residential pro0ect however most of our regular volunteers simply return because they en0oy this uni&ue e$perience!

CH,LD*0N CO-N(9 HOL,D)9 &-ND - )$$ about 8ids )C(,+,(9 B*0)8 *0',D0N(,)L +OL-N(00*' (:i1e nightsBsix days) 7W3FP9A8H 1he volunteers' role is to 0oin in with whatever fun and games the week may bringH to get wet sing dance laugh play games stay awake ride bikes climb swim and lots lots more= Also volunteers should be sensible and awareB help listen support encourage and mediate! >our 0ob is to be there for the children if they need it !!! or even if they don't= 1o give encouragement and support to a child who has low self6esteem! 1o listen to a child who may be scared or homesick 1o enter into the child@s world and be silly and have fun= 1o understand that generally the child@s behaviour is a direct result of the environment they have 0ust left! 1hat is after all why a child comes to CC2"= 3ur breaks are designed with children in mind so don't worry about the activities being too strenuous or challenging! We want you to have a positive e$perience on our Breaks= So please en0oy them= 1o be a CC2" Volunteer you mustH Be over *P years old! 2owever we welcome *:6*( year olds to work alongside other volunteers and learn the ropes! Be able to volunteer for : consecutive days or a weekend attend training and stay with us residentially! 2ave completed a Criminal Eecords Bureau 7CEB8 check and be able to provide two reference checks before you volunteer! <n0oy working with children and have the energy enthusiasm and empathy to work with children from underprivileged and disadvantaged backgrounds! 2opefully have fun bring a smile and give the children a fantastic break <$cellent training and support W0080ND B*0)8 *0',D0N(,)L +OL-N(00* (&riday to 'unday) 7W3FP998H 1he volunteers' role is to 0oin in with whatever fun and games the week may bringH to get wet sing dance laugh play games stay awake ride bikes climb swim and lots lots more= Also volunteers should be sensible and awareB help listen support encourage and mediate! But don't panic X you won't be alone! 1here will be a team leader and other volunteers helping and supporting your efforts! >our 0ob is to be there for the children if they need it !!! or even if they don't= 1o give encouragement and support to a child who has low self6esteem! 1o listen to a child who may be scared or homesick! 1o enter into the child@s world and be silly and have fun=

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1o understand that generally the child@s behaviour is a direct result of the environment they have 0ust left! 1hat is after all why a child comes to CC2"= 3ur breaks are designed with children in mind so don't worry about the activities being too strenuous or challenging! We want you to have a positive e$perience on our Breaks= So please en0oy them= O+0* (H0 W)LL 2 Ho$iday Ca ps 3ver 1he Wall is a very special place for children who are affected by serious or life limiting illnesses! #t is the only residential camp in the GF structured on 5aul Newman@s renowned 2ole in the Wall ,ang camp! 3ver 1he Wall gives children one glorious week of e$periences that are memorable e$citing fun empowering physically safe and medically sound! #t rebuilds their confidence and most importantly is a place where they can 0ust be children not children who are sick! As 5aul Newman puts it SA place where kids can kick back rela$ and raise a little hellS! Ca p (ea 'ta:: directly care for our Campers 7not medical care8 giving lots of positive encouragement and support to the campers and treat them as @special@ not because they or their sibling have been ill but because they are children and young people each with their own uni&ue gifts and talents! Volunteering at an 3ver 1he Wall camp is great fun and hard work! 1he rewards at the end of the week can be immense! Seeing the difference in the campers after 0ust one week can be ama/ing and tremendously satisfying! 1ime spent at camp makes a difference to the volunteers too= >ou will learn a lot about yourself meet like6minded people and make new friends=

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