Help young refugees by supervising at an after school club

Our favourite opportunities this week


Project Volunteer – Kilburn Money Tree
The Kilburn Money Tree is one of the new ideas being developed by Advice4Renters in partnership with the Kilburn Fair Credit Campaign. The purpose of the project is to encourage Credit Union Savers Clubs in local community groups, residents associations and schools. The project will be piloted in South Kilburn.


Brent Reach Admin Support – Thames Reach Brent
Brent Reach supports people with a wide range of issues, including those with an offending background, problems with drugs or alcohol and struggling with depression and they need a volunteer to support them in their office!


Enter & View Volunteers – Healthwatch Brent
Healthwatch Brent is looking for new volunteers to help with their exciting Enter & View work which involves observing the services of healthcare providers and feeding back any improvements.


After School Club Volunteers – Salusbury World Refugee Charity
Are you enthusiastic and looking for a lively venue to help out in? Volunteer with a busy after school club! Previous experience of working with children is desirable but not essential. Minimum commitment of two hours per week. Term time only.


Tea Party Driver – Contact the Elderly
Contact the Elderly are looking for a driver, one Sunday per month, to collect one or two local older people from their homes and accompany them to afternoon tea, held in the home of a volunteer host. The drivers then take the guests safely home again.