Air Ambulance Derbyshire, Leics & Rutland
Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance (DLRAA), based at East Midlands Airport brings senior doctors and consultants to the scene of incidents as quickly as possible, and then conveys its patients to specialist hospitals that can help specific injuries, not just the nearest hospital.
needs Action Team Co-ordinator:
DLRAA are looking for volunteers to manage a team of volunteers who will help out at fundraising and awareness events throughout Leicestershire and Rutland. Act as a point of contact, liaise with volunteers, co-ordinate activities, recruit new members and report on activities.
Adult Learning Service Rutland
The Rutland Adult Learning Service is committed to creating learning communities by securing high quality learning opportunities and widening participation in learning.
needs Adult Learning Support Volunteers:
Assist tutors working with adults on Basic Skills, literacy and numeracy in venues throughout Rutland. Do you have an interest in languages, could you support people who have English as a second language assisting the tutor during lessons. Especially looking for volunteers to help during evening sessions.
Rutland House Community Trust
Rutland House Community Trust provide individually designed quality services that promote opportunities for the development and self fulfilment of adults with learning disabilities.
Offer friendship and companionship to adults with a learning disability. Share your skills and interests with others and give them the opportunity to access their community, become more socially aware, get involved in something new and enjoy themselves.
Rocks by Rail; The Living Ironstone Museum
An outdoor adventure, cast in an ironstone quarry. Covering 19 acres of reclaimed quarry, railway tracks and nature trails, Rocks by Rail is a journey back in time.It’s an unmissable opportunity to experience an awesome industrial landscape.
need Catering Assistants:
The museum is open every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Providing snacks and beverages and a selection of other meals, pastries and jacket potatoes. Help out with food preparation and cooking or provide assistance with serving, clearing and washing up. Great opportunity for becoming part of a dedicated team, helping to make the museum an enjoyable experience for visitors.
Age UK Uppingham & District
To improve the quality of life for ALL older people. To encourage, promote and organise direct services appropriate to the needs of individual elderly people. To provide information, support and advice.
need Coffee Morning Helpers:
Many older people pop into the Methodist Church Hall in Uppingham on a Friday morning 10-12 noon for a cup of coffee, when visiting the market. Age UK is looking for people who would enjoy assisting the organiser. Serving refreshments, taking payments and generally getting involved. Good fun for a couple of hours a week or month.
Oakham Town Partnership
Oakham Town Partnership working with the Town Council to organise and develop events and opportunities to build a thriving and robust town for residents and visitors.
need Event Support:
The Town Partnership is very active in organising and running a number of events throughout the year for the Rutland community. Get involved in the Oakham and Uppingham Festivals, Street Markets, Christmas activities and many more projects by helping at any level.
Cancer Support Group Rutland & Melton
Voluntary organisation providing emotional support, information, monthly newsletters for cancer patients, carers, family and friends. They do not give medical advice. Oakham meeting 2nd Wed of the month 7.30p.m.-9.00pm at Voluntary Action Rutland
need Group Support/Committer Members:
Have you a few hours a month to help this very worthy group provide support to Cancer sufferers, their carers and family. You can help out at the monthly meetings and if interested become part of the committee. This role is not onerous, just provide some support with organising activities.
Knight School Rutland
Providing a range of activities promoting positive behaviour for children aged between 6 - 9 years. Based on the chivalry of the Knights of the Round Table building confidence, respect and pride in young people.
need Knight Assistants:
Assist at the Knights School one evening a week during term time providing activities that will build confidence, respect and pride in children aged 6-8 years old. Each child has 6 weeks to pass to become a 'Knight'. Great opportunity for young people doing their Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Change Agents UK
Established in 1996 we are an environmental education charity that drives projects with young people, graduates, business and communities working and learning together for a sustainable future.
Change Agents UK helps young people learn and work with communities and employers to gain knowledge and experience. his is achieved through placements with local authorities, businesses and community organisations for 2-12 months. Mentors and trainers support them mainly via email and telephone but also visiting them at their placement. Supporting them with advice, guidance and personal development.
Rutland Music Hub (RMH)
Rutland Music Education Hub seeks to give primary school children and young people creative opportunities to engage with music. We work with partners and the community to provide a range of music provision including singing and instrumental playing in Rutland.
need Music Makers:
RMH aims to grow the scale and depth of musical opportunity for young people in primary schools. We seek to develop a range of activities in singing and instrumental playing with volunteer 'music makers' providing support in musical activity. Assist for an hour or so a week usually during school time.
Leics And Rutland Wildlife Trust (Rutland Water)
Rutland Water Nature Reserve is one of the Leics & Rutland Wildlife Trust's largest and most visited reserves. It is a Site for Special Scientific Interest and has also been designated a RAMSAR site and a protected area.
need Osprey Project Volunteers
This opportunity will provide you with valuable practical experience in a high profile and successful conservation project. Volunteers are essential in monitoring the movement and events of Ospreys throughout the season. From April - September the team assists in recording the Ospreys eating habits, movements, behaviour and general behaviour.
Voluntary Action Rutland
Voluntary Action Rutland supports and promotes local voluntary action by providing advice, information, support, training and consultation. We offer a wide range of services to members of the Rutland Community and give priority to those most in need.
Get involved in this bustling reception office, signing people in, dealing with telephone and in-person enquiries, taking bookings and providing office support. Great opportunity to use existing skills or learn new ones.