Volunteering with Children Opportunities Of The Week
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From: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 12:00 AM to: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 12:00 AM

If you are interested in these volunteering opportunities then please email us at info@volunteercentreliverpool.org.uk or telephone us on 0151 237 3975.

 

Switchboard Volunteeers L5 VCL 441 (Childline)

You will attend a short training programme to enable you to anwer calls on a busy switchboard and put calls through to counsellors. This is the first point of contact that a child or young person has so the volunteers will need to be warm, reasuring and encouraging.

 

Volunteer Childcare Practitioner L13 VCL 373

To work alongside staff to provide a safe, structured and fun learning and play opportunities for children attending the scheme. Opportunities with specific skills such as art, drama, dance etc to develop and lead activities.

 

Volunteer Play Worker L11 (Triple C) VCL 889

Volunteers required on Tuesday PM, Wednesday AM and afterschool and Thursday afterschool. Duties include welcoming and registering children, preparation and serving refreshments, engaging with the children and setting up/clearing the activities away.

 

Barnado's Community Fundraising Volunteer Ambassador VCL 367

Role will involve working closely with the community fundraising volunteer manager to maximise income and opportunities for Barnado's by influencing and speaking to groups, companies and individuals, recruiting new volunteers and inspiring local communities.

 

Family Support Volunteers VCL 517

Cauldwell children offers a free and friendly service that offers support during time of crisis. Volunteers age 18+ to work with the Family Support Team to change the futures of families with disabled children. Volunteers need to undertake training and be able to commit to 2 hours per week for 6 weeks.

 

Play Assistant L8 (MRANG) VCL 898

Women only volunteers. To set up and clear away the childrens play area, facilitate the childrens activities, to play with the children and read books, to commubicate any behavioural issues etc to the childs mother/carer, to report any concerns and to complete ad hoc tasks as required.