Public Appointments

Treasurer for Fareham & District Branch of Parkinsons UK

Local groups across the UK are run by volunteers and offer friendship and support to people living with Parkinson’s, their families and carers across the UK. The Fareham Branch is active within your local community and regular activities include coffee mornings, exercise classes, singing, reflexology and other social activities. The Branch Treasurer leads the financial activity of the group. working closely with the Branch Chair, you would:

  • accurately record financial activity, keeping the group and the Parkinson’s UK Office informed of the group’s financial position keep up to date on Parkinson’s UK’s financial policies and share them with the group
  • provide regular reports to the committee on the financial status of the group including final accounts at the annual general meeting
  • engage with local staff and volunteers to meet the needs of local people affected by Parkinson’s
  • deal with financial administration for the group, including sending annual financial returns to the UK Office, ensuring volunteer expenses are paid accurately and working within the guidelines provided
  • be a signatory on the group’s bank accounts
  • work with the Volunteer Co-ordinator to enable the group to operate within Parkinson’s UK’s guidelines to bring forward the day when no one fears Parkinson’s.

Volunteers starting a new role will complete the Parkinson’s UK Induction created by volunteers, for volunteers.

For further information contact Volunteer Centre One Community on   023 8090 2458 or e-mail [email protected]



Eastleigh Good Neighbours

Eastleigh Good Neighbours is looking for a new committee member to take responsibility for marketing. The role would be to raise awareness of the group to both potential volunteers and potential service users, through events, press releases, leaflets and posters. The committee meets five times a year in the evening. Eastleigh Good Neighbours provides door to door transport and help with low key DIY and gardening to people in Eastleigh town who are unable to access public transport or undertake household tasks for themselves. The tasks are undertaken by local volunteers. The all-volunteer group also needs more coordinators to take a turn at picking up messages from clients and matching their requests with available volunteers. Records are computerised so computer skills are needed. The role is undertaken from home – picking up messages from a remotely located answerphone – and all out of pocket expenses are covered. The friendly group provides full training and support, with opportunities for get togethers and socialising.

For further information contact Volunteer Centre One Community on   023 8090 2458 or e-mail [email protected]