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National Youth Advocacy Service recruiting Volunteer Independent Visitors in Kendal Area

NYAS is looking for individuals to befriend children and young people who are in care (looked after by the Local Authority) and have little or no contact with their own parents. Volunteers provide opportunities for children and young people to develop meaningful, long term relationships with adults. When they meet with a child or young person volunteers are expected to carry out an activity of their choice, such as going for a walk, visiting the cinema, watching sports etc. More information

 
Would you like to help the chaplaincy team at Cumberland Infirmary?

Rev Annie Gray, Chaplain at Cumberland Infirmary, is looking for the following new team members:

1) Ward visiting volunteers who can commit to coming once a week for about two hours to offer a listening ear and if appropriate a prayer.

2) People who can commit to coming about once a month on a Sunday 9.30am-12.30pm to help get people from ward to chapel. Each patient needs two volunteers - one to open doors and one to push the wheelchair. Lots of people are needed to enable a service to take place every Sunday.

3) Ordained bank chaplains to cover days off and holidays. These paid positions can be once per month or more to suit. May include overnight or day time on-call which is paid per hour and extra if actually called out plus car mileage. Must be able to get to the hospital in an hour. Would suit a non-stipendiary or retired person.

Once hospital checks are completed volunteers receive training, parking permit, identity badge and uniform. This can be such rewarding work, with lots of support and training.

If you can help, contact Annie: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , 01228 814090.

 
Christian Aid needs Volunteer Teachers in Cumbria

Christian Aid teachers are volunteers who help schools explore issues of global justice from a Christian perspective.

We are looking for new volunteers in Cumbria to help deliver our exciting new accreditation scheme in Church of England schools.

Please apply here

 
Be a Christian Aid Advocate

Would you like to encourage your local churches to support Christian Aid? Do you go to church meetings anyway? You would be a great person to be a Christian Aid Advocate. Read the task description here and volunteer!

 
Organist: Border Kirk, Carlisle

The Border Kirk, Carlisle is urgently seeking an organist for the regular 11am Sunday service. Please contact Rev David Pitkeathly: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 01228 593243.

 
Dunkirk Adult Learning

Volunteers needed in the Dunkirk refugee camp for

  • English and French teaching
  • Outreach and Development

Dunkirk Adult Learning Centre provides a programme of learning relevant to refugees in the camp aimed at creating understanding and unity. There are currently daily French and English classes. Both teachers and outreach workers are needed. Volunteers need to be able to commit a month or more.

More information.

 
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