March Role Round Up
Looking to help out in your community? Organisations across Hackney have got some great volunteering opportunities for you.
If you’re interested in working with young people, Transition UK would love to speak to you! Sign up as a Mentoring volunteer and help inspire young people to follow a positive path by building their confidence and skills.
Action Tutoring are in need of volunteer English and Maths Tutors to help support the education of disadvantaged young people, something all too vital given the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Care4Calais are looking for ESOL Volunteer Teachers to provide informal English language lessons. The lessons are invaluable to the families, making this a particularly rewarding role.
Fame Star Youth have lots of opportunities. If you’re a people person, you could be a facilitator, if you’ve got fundraising experience you could help out as a fundraiser, if you know how to hashtag you could help with marketing and social media, or if you’re good on the phone you could work as an impact volunteer, collecting feedback from people in the community.
National Food Service London have also got a host of roles for those looking to help lend a hand and provide nutritious meals for those in need across their community through winter and spring.
If you’ve got experience in a kitchen, why not sign up as a Chef and help prepare food for delivery?
If you’d still love to help out in the kitchen, but want something a bit different to the Chef role, their Food Handlers role might be right for you. Perfect for those looking to improve their confidence and experience preparing food for large numbers of people.
More interested in the community side of their work? As a Hotline volunteer, you’ll be the first point of contact for the community, connecting with and empowering National Food Service London’s service users.
If you’re looking for some fresh air, their Community Deliveries role might be just up your street. Suited to walking or cycling, you can stick to your local community, and with flexible volunteering, simply work the hours that suit you.
Got access to a reasonably large vehicle or trained to drive Hackney council’s community van? Their Volunteer Driver role may be perfect for you.
If admin is more your thing, National Food Service Hackney are also in need of Coordinators to help keep their vital work running. Join as either a Volunteer Coordinator, screening and organising volunteers, or Operations Coordinator, setting up daily operations and keeping track of orders and deliveries. Perfect for organised individuals looking to help out.
Volunteer Centre Hackney are also looking for volunteers to fulfil a number of roles
Help in the response to coronavirus by signing up as a City and Hackney Public Health Community Champion and reduce the deadly impact of the disease by communicating vital public health messages in your local community.
We’re also looking for Community Supporters. If you have just 1 or 2 hours to spare, why not spend the time having a chat over the phone with Hackney resident who is isolated and in need of some company? We’re particularly interested in hearing from people who speak community languages such as Polish, Urdu, Bengali, Punjabi, Turkish, or Portuguese.