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    our head office Conservation volunteer Description We have opportunities at various sites across Birmingham and the Black Country from Sedgley Beacon to EcoPark in East Birmingham You can come along and learn all about managing nature reserves for wildlife coppicing hedge laying surveying and monitoring meadow creation and management Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/82/ (2016-04-29)
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    they have lasting improvements to the quality of their life We adopt a holistic One Stop Shop approach for the delivery of a range of services that we provide Fundraiser Description Contribute creative fundraising direction across trusts community and events based fundraising Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Community Skills Newsletter Editor Description To Launch a bi monthly newsletter to share information maintain visibility and gain support for our services Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Volunteering With Community Volunteer Event Planner Description Assisting with all aspects of community events planning promotion and execution Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Volunteering With Media and the Arts Opportunity Length Project Skills Website Editor Description Support the maintenance and development of the AWOS website Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Community Skills WFRC Volunteer Description The Women and Families Resource Centre is looking for

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/31/ (2016-04-29)
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    Super Campaigners form a part of Special Branch a network of enthusiastic and reliable Woodland Trust support volunteers who play an important part in helping to galvanize even more support for our work to plant protect and restore the UK s wonderful woods Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Community Conservation and the Environment Support Information and Advice Skills Woodland Creation Champion Description By sharing your knowledge of trees and experience of woodland creation you will inspire advise and support individuals landowners schools and community groups interested in planting trees and creating new woodland In doing so you will support the Woodland Trust in doubling the amount of native woodland across the UK You ll be using your experience and the resources provided to answer questions on the telephone or by email build relationships with your contacts and visit their planting sites where appropriate to instill confidence and provide guidance You ll also be asked to visit recently planted sites to monitor progress and offer any additional advice required We will also invite you to attend occasional agricultural shows and events to promote woodland creation and talk with the public about your experiences Attendance at these fun events is optional As a Woodland creation champion you will gain an excellent understanding of the many motivations issues and opportunities associated with planting new woodland It s an excellent way to help the Woodland Trust create more resilient landscapes for wildlife and to build use or showcase your understanding of woodland creation Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Community Conservation and the Environment Support Information and Advice Skills

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/159/ (2016-04-29)
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    Duplicate audio CDs from master sub master copies Check CDs for both successful copying and sound quality remove any failed CDs Maintain the register wallets returned from listeners Dispose of returned CDs Stamp CDs ready for copying the following week Ensure duplicated audio CDs are placed in the wallets to be posted Ensure Co ordinator is made aware of issues arising e g missing damaged wallets Make sure you are up to date with Outcomes to be met Adhere to Talking Newspaper Federation TNF standards Observe TPT s health and safety policies Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Community Disability and Health Support Information and Advice Skills Day Opportunities Volunteer Description Meeting and greeting Day Opportunities Service Users Making refreshments Guiding Day Opportunities Service Users to the toilet if required Assist in fire evacuation if required Spend time talking and listening Preparing room for lunch Assisting staff to set up craft sessions and supporting service users within these sessions To assist Service Users on outings this role is optional Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Community Disability and Health Support Information and Advice Skills Home Visiting Volunteer Description To visit and provide valuable support to an individual with sight loss in their own home and local community Spending time talking listening and offering companionship Accompany out in the local area and on outings events Reading and assisting in replying to correspondence or reading other documents Helping with small tasks in the home which come under the remit of the service e g helping to label C D collections Accompany an individual on non essential shopping trips

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/169/ (2016-04-29)
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    We believe that each young person has the potential to lead a life free from crime and be a positive member of society We reduce re offending in young people by helping them change their attitude thinking and behavior through intensive mentoring advocacy advice and support Volunteer Mentor Description To support young men inside prison and after their release from prison in the community to enable them to live responsibly

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/28/ (2016-04-29)
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    3 main objectives To support individuals affected by TSC together with their families or carers To encourage and support research into the causes and management of TSC To provide education and information Regional group organisers Description Set up and establish a local support group for TSC clients families or carers To establish founder members of the group and welcome new group members encouraging existing members to do the same To encourage and discuss suggestions for activities agree the meeting agenda and to support members in putting their ideas into practice To communicate and engage with members of the group and to help them to participate more confidently in the activities offered To keep records of the meetings and submit report to volunteer manager To be able to support people when they are in distress knowing when to refer people on to other staff agencies To assist with booking venues planning and organising activities for the group To encourage and discuss suggestions for activities and to support members in putting their ideas into practice To notify and maintain regular contact by email phone with members about forthcoming support groups To participate in meetings and training as appropriate and be aware and

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/165/ (2016-04-29)
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    which helps young people develop skills and education in creative subjects of music and art We equip people to enter into self employment via creativity We also provided recreational and leisure activities in the interests of social welfare For under

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/184/ (2016-04-29)
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    Attending the Legal Advice Centre and dealing with any drop in queries from members of the public Interviewing members of the public about their legal issues Taking detailed attendance notes during client interview Liaising with the Legal Advice Centre Manager with regards to appointments research tasks enquiries and any other LAC business Researching the law surrounding particular legal issues and providing this to the LAC Manager or other supervising solicitor Liaising with practising solicitors with regards to research undertaken and advice sessions at the LAC You must be A student of the University of Wolverhampton studying towards your LLB Hons degree in Law joint honours degree in Law with any other subject or a postgraduate student on the LPC or masters programmes in law Reliable punctual and able to commit to at least two 2 hour sessions a month Dates This opportunity is ongoing with no end date Applying You need to be logged in and registered Number Partner Volunteer Description Number Partners is a volunteering scheme designed to support young people with number skills in schools Can you commit to one hour per week to play number games with one to two pupils and to talk about your student life games and resources will be provided Dates This opportunity takes place from 11 Dec 2015 Applying You need to be logged in and registered Opportunity Length Ongoing Volunteering With Children and Young People Skills Sport Relief Mile Volunteers Description Sport Relief is one of the biggest events in the charity calendar People from all walks of life come together to take part in sport in any form to help raise money for charity and help those in need We are having our very own Sport Relief Mile at the Walsall Campus sports centre with hundreds of people raising money

    Original URL path: http://www.wolvesunion.org/volunteercentral/provider/119/ (2016-04-29)
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