Public Appointments - Volunteering Opportunities
Online Project Researcher
You’ll be a key part of the Community Fundraising team, by helping us research local schools, community groups and businesses in your local area. You’ll be identifying organisations we can approach to see if they would like to find out more about our work. What will I be doing? Researching local community groups, schools and local businesses in the area that have the potential to support Make-A-Wish. Research local charity initiatives in the area. Keep your Regional Fundraising Manager up to date with any fundraising opportunities in the local area.
Inclusion Recovery Hampshire (IRH) offers a free and confidential service to residents of Hampshire aged 18 and over affected by drug or alcohol use. There are three voluntary roles within the scheme; these are Recovery Supporters, Recovery Mentors, and Volunteer Recovery Workers. Everyone will start as a Recovery Supporter; this role is a gentle introduction to volunteering in this field. The tasks include being a friendly welcoming person to meet and greet service users. If comfortable to do so Recovery Supporters can share personal stories to inspire and encourage service users to make full use of our recovery services. Supporters can also champion the Inclusion Recovery Program through attending workshops and the Induction program as an observer. This enables them to familiarise themselves with our group program and once they progress and gain confidence they can take on more responsibility within this program by helping staff plan and debrief sessions.