TLC-St Luke’s works with those experiencing a mental health diagnosis or problems. TLC-St Luke’s think that reducing isolation is key – how? Engagement, connection, creativity and sharing – one participant nick-named it “Creation Lounge”.
Do you live in Bolton, Manchester and Salford areas and want to improve the quality of life for people with Multiple Sclerosis? Why not volunteer with the MS Society.
What does the Improving Quality of Life role involve?
As a volunteer you will support people with MS who:
Main purpose of the post:
1. Manage and Co-ordinate LINK Befriending Project
2. Recruitment, supervision, management, support and training of volunteers.
3. Support and manage both sides of befriending relationships within the LINK Befriending Project
4. Supporting LINK project events and trips out.
Post funded by Manchester City Council.
The post is for a fixed term contract to 31/03/2021 – may be extended further subject to funding.
Interviews will take place on 24/06/2019.
What a way to round up our volunteer stories for this years Volunteers week! Check out our last installment of volunteer stories (Including a volunteer video) highlighting the importance of celebrating volunteers and their contribution. Today we are sharing Lesley’s and Amruta’s stories and a video from the National Football Museum. We hope you enjoy :-)
All this week we are sharing volunteer stories, highlighting the importance of celebrating volunteers and their contribution. Today we are sharing Helen's and Rita's stories:
Volunteer name: Helen
Happy Volunteers Week :-)
Volunteers Week 2019 is here and we look forward to a great week of Celebration!
Volunteer Coordinator Forum – May 2019
Odd Arts is an innovative, creative and ethical organisation, using theatre and the arts to transform lives, predominantly within the criminal justice arena. Odd Arts are looking for a passionate and experienced individual to become a Trustee of their charity at a time of real growth and excitement. Odd Arts are currently under-represented by BAME individuals within their Board and are keen to build a whole organisation that reflects the society they live and work with.
Home Community Café Charitable Incorporated Company (CIC) mission is to provide a safe, accepting place where people can flourish. Home Community Café believe in nurturing relationships between local residents and organisations, by providing social space, events and training opportunities. Home Community Café work to improve people's lives though strengthening community, valuing individuals and creating an inclusive and welcoming space where everybody feels they belong. Direction for the charity is provided by a small group of trustees and the Café manager.