Latest volunteer roles

Here are the recently listed volunteer roles on MyCareer. To find out more and to apply – please login to MyCareer then click on the role you’re interested in below.

Christmas Volunteer (Jackson’s Lane)
Each year on Christmas Day, we throw open our doors and host a Christmas meal for older and disabled people in the area, who would otherwise be spending Christmas Day alone. Guests arrive through the generosity of volunteer drivers and enjoy a hot Christmas meal, a drink or two, some fantastic entertainment, gifts, and a visit from Santa. The day is entirely volunteer-led. For many volunteers, helping out here has become as much of a tradition in their families as stockings, carols and cold turkey sandwiches on Boxing Day.

Help A Child Learn To Read! (Bookmark Reading)
Would you like to help a child learn to read? Every year 8 children in an average class leave primary school unable to read well. You can make a difference this term by helping a child at a school near to the London Met campus.

Eating Disorder Therapy Volunteer (Amy’s Place)
Amy’s Place is a partnership between the Amy Winehouse Foundation and Clarion Housing, providing supported living accommodation for young women in recovery and receiving support with drug, alcohol issues and eating disorders. The volunteer will provide emotional and therapeutic support to young women (18 to 30 years) with eating disorders.

Social Media Volunteer (Royal Trinity Hospice)
We are looking for volunteers to visit our shops and gather content, including photos and videos of our stock, displays and volunteer teams. As a Social Media Volunteer you will have the opportunity to assist the Creative & Design Manager and Digital Communications Manager in establishing a new and growing brand across our shops which raises vital funds for Royal Trinity Hospice.

Groups & Activities Volunteer- Wheelchair Ice-Skating! (Centre 404)
We are looking for volunteers to help take our wheelchair users out onto the ice, at our weekly ice-skating sessions at the Sobell Leisure Centre Wednesdays 11-12. This weekly group is designed for people with physical impairments and wheelchair users, and the session aims to create an increased sensation of mobility and freedom of movement.

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