Volunteers are needed for the following roles:

Voluntary Action Stratford-on-Avon District – Volunteer Drivers.  Do you have the time, care and patience to become a Volunteer Driver?  This essential service provides transport to hospitals, doctors and day centres, and is a lifeline to many people.  An allowance of 45p per mile is paid for authorised journeys.

Push Projects – Volunteer Youth Workers.  Push Projects is looking to recruit volunteer youth workers for its new LGBTQ drop-in support sessions at Stratford College on Tuesday evenings.  Volunteers will need experience of working with young people and knowledge of LGBTQ issues.

Stratford District Scouts – Appointment Secretary.  A volunteer is needed to support the recruitment of new adult volunteers.  If you have excellent communication skills and are experienced in dealing with confidential information and web based administration systems, this could be the role for you.

 Entrust Care Partnership – Family Support Volunteer.  Would you like to make a difference to a family affected by disability?  A volunteer is needed to support a family in the Southam area, early evenings: play, meals and bedtime routines.  The volunteer will need to know or be willing to learn some basic Makaton signs.

 ECO Workshop CIC – Support Volunteers and Administrator.  Support volunteers are needed to guide and enable participants to reach their potential in performing work based activities.  An administrator is needed to assist with tasks including answering the telephone, dealing with correspondence and inputting data.

Futures Unlocked – Volunteer Mentors.  Volunteers are needed to provide practical, emotional and spiritual support for individuals preparing for prison release.  As a mentor you will visit a service user whilst in prison and then provide ongoing support upon their release.  Full and ongoing training will be given.

For more details or to apply for any of these roles please contact the Volunteer Centre on 01789 262889 or info@vasa.org.uk

The volunteering website www.do-it.org.uk includes the details of hundreds of roles available locally