We are currently recruiting for these roles:
Volunteer in our Northmoor Community Diner
The idea behind the Diner is to create a welcoming space for anyone to take a seat, enjoy a freshly cooked meal, meet members of their community and find out what’s going on in the area. The Diner has a Level 5 Food Hygiene rating and is open to everyone in the community every Wednesday 12-2pm. There is a different meat (halal) dish, vegetarian dish and cake cooked every week by our staff and volunteers. There are no set prices for the food but we do accept donations to help keep the service open.
Northmoor Community Diner Cook or Baker Volunteer
Northmoor Community Diner Customer Service Volunteer
Northmoor Community Diner Cleaner Volunteer
Volunteer in our Next Step project
Our Next Step project is FREE drop in service that takes place in the IT suite; it is for residents of Manchester aged 16+ and is open 4 mornings a week all year round. Our dedicated team of staff and volunteers help someone with their ‘Next Step’, whether that be learning to use the computer, getting onto the right benefits, learning job related skills, looking for a job or using one of the additional support services that run alongside the Next Step project. The additonal support services are: a specialist Universal Credit adviser from Great Places Housing comes in every fortnight on Friday; Self Help come in twice a week to provide talking therapy and CBT; a CV writing specialist from Great Places Housing comes every Thursday to help residents create or enhance their CV.
Next Step Volunteer Role
Volunteer for the Macmillan Solutions Project
This unique project aims to provide practical support for people affected by cancer. There are many roles to choose from including: emotional support, befriending, shopping, gardening, transport to appointments and recording memories. to find out more about this service go to their website or click on the role below
MacMillan Solutions Volunteer
Volunteer in our Youth Can Do homework club
Youth Can Do homework club is a FREE project for children aged 8-16 which has evolved over the last 13 years. It is open four days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30-6:15 during school term time. Our team of staff and volunteers provide a safe, nurturing space for children to do their homework including arts and crafts and to take part in our various extra curricular projects. The Youth Can Do homework club project provides: support with homework; support from a Maths teacher, extra curricular workshops and projects, arts and crafts resources, extra learning resources, use of computers and printers. Youth Can Do homework club is an informal, relaxed environment but we still maintain the strictest of Safeguarding procedures and expect the children to adhere to the agreed boundaries.
Youth Can Do homework club Volunteer
Volunteer on our Reception
The receptionist is the first face residents see when they come in, so we are looking for a volunteer who can be friendly, welcoming and helpful to the people who use the centre. We are a busy centre so there are regular phone calls to answer and some admin tasks to complete. We are currently looking for volunteers in the afternoon slots.
INFORMATION FOR ALL ROLES:
- Volunteers have a full induction
- Volunteers are paid out-of-pocket expenses (e.g. bus fare)
- Volunteers are given a reference satisfactory to completing 30 hours over 12 weeks volunteering
IF YOU ARE THINKING OF VOLUNTEERING….
We offer ‘taster sessions’ of all the different roles (except the Community Diner cook/baker role) so you don’t have to decide straight away what role you want to do. You can do a taster session of one or more roles to see if it’s a good fit and then decide if you want to sign up to one or more role.
To ask any questions to to arrange a taster session please:
Call – 0161 248 6823
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
I hope to speak to you soon!