Our communities need organisers and volunteers that support many local people and causes. Check out some of these opportunities now:
All Saints Youth Project
All Saints Youth Project is on the lookout for volunteers to support young people and their families. All volunteers will need to complete a DBS check. Qualified or qualifying counsellors particularly welcome. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 443 1842.
Thrive Together Birmingham
Thrive Together Birmingham are looking for Food Champions to collect non-perishable items, donated by neighbours on your street. These will be redistributed to those in need. For details see: https://feedbirmingham.org/.
Please let us know if there is an activity you would like us to support and promote.
Bethel Network are looking for volunteers who can speak community languages to join support their Rapha Listening Service. In particular Bethel Network are interested in recruiting volunteers who speak Arabic, Bengali, Panjabi, Somali, Swahili and Urdu. Contact 0777 668 6855 / 0121 389 0627.
The Muath Trust are one of our two Hall Green NNS Community Hubs who have been funded to support citizens who may be struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic. They are covering the areas of Sparkhill, Sparkbrook and Balsall Heath and have a number volunteer roles available. There is a need for volunteers who speak a number of community languages including Punjabi, Bengali, Arabic, Urdu, and Somali. To volunteer with the Muath please get in touch with the Trust on 07547 249 659 or e-mail email@example.com.
Moseley Misfits are a group that have been set up Misfits Music who aim to provide a space for adults in Birmingham who can play any musical instrument at any level. Moseley Misfits are looking for volunteers to help support their socially distanced summer activities being ran from Moseley Park and Pool throughout July and August on Thursday evenings. To find out more about the opportunity contact Rob via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Enterprise Hub and ISE
The Women’s Enterprise Hub and ISE are looking Community Outreach Volunteers. This role involves supporting the WECH (Women’s Enterprise Community Hub) to deliver support services in B12 and local surrounding areas to improve access to mental health services, debt management and facilitate community engagement. Those who are interested can contact Maariyah Imran on 0121 663 1711.