Businesses of all sizes and their employees have a wealth of valuable skills that can be shared with charities and other non-profit organisations that can help them deliver their mission and support their beneficiaries. Skills ranging from problem solving and project management to helping with employability to the more ‘professional’ such as marketing and IT. Whether improving the comms of a local charity, enhancing their social enterprise model or helping them to evaluate their impact, you can make a real difference in small and big ways that can have lasting effect.
And it isn’t just a one way street either! Exchanging skills is good for business and the volunteers can gain personal and professional development and a deep sense of fulfilment in sharing their skills for good.
- Construction Manager / Construction Supervisor, Wilts & Berks Canal Trust
We are looking for someone to take prime responsibility for and manage all activity and results related to the construction site work, selecting and leading the construction team, and working with the Projects Director, Project Manager and other officers and directors to achieve the project aims.Continue reading →
- Website Volunteer, Every Cloud Arts & Crafts
A website administrator is required to help us keep our WORDPRESS website up to date with details of our programme of activities, workshops and events. It would also be great if the website could be developed with additional content as and when.
A regular weekly commitment is not required as the role would be as and when. So, it could be fitted around other commitments.Continue reading →
- Help with Social Media – Reach Inclusive Arts
Reach Inclusive Arts struggle to make the best use of Social Media in our organisation; Face Book and Twitter especially and would welcome some skilled support in this area. Someone to show the two project managers how to use Social Media to promote the work of the organisation, raise awareness and increase followers and hopefully donations.Reach Inclusive Arts – offer arts opportunities to disabled people through participant led projects.
The best days for us are: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
This is a short-term opportunity for a couple of hours and could be undertaken over a few days.
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to be connectedContinue reading →
- National Literacy Trust – Words for Work Programme
National Literacy Trust – Words for Work Programme
We are looking for businesses to support our students.
Words for Work provides young people with the literacy skills they need to shape and achieve their aspirations. Students work with volunteers from businesses on activities designed to transfer knowledge of the workplace from volunteers to students.Continue reading →
- Mentoring in Schools
Use your skills, knowledge and experience to mentor a young person in school.
Mentors work with a small group of students aged 11 – 15.
The programme is designed to:
- Raise their aspirations
- Provide them with life skills
- Improve their confidence
- Inspire success