Below are some current volunteering opportunities from our list. Click on one for more details.

Volunteer Drivers, Hosts and Group Co-ordinators – Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly are looking for Volunteer Drivers (to pick up and accompany an older person to have Sunday afternoon tea once a month at the home of one of our volunteer hosts), Volunteer Hosts (to host the monthly teas) and Volunteer Group Co-ordinators (to arrange the monthly outings and act as the main contact for the group’s volunteer drivers and hosts.)

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Collection Tin Co-ordinators – British Heart Foundation

British Heart Foundation is looking for Collection Tin Co-ordinators.  The role involves placing collection tins in shops and businesses in your local community, counting and banking these tins 4 times a year and thanking the local shops and businesses for their support. Availability to volunteer for a minimum of one year (following training) is required.

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Volunteer Fundraiser – NSPCC Surrey

NSPCC Surrey are looking for volunteers who would like to help the NSPCC raise money to support their vital services in your local area. Do you have wonderful and exciting fundraising ideas? Can you organise bake sales, charity golf days or coffee mornings? You will be volunteering with a group of people in your local area. No previous experience required, just passion and enthusiasm to get involved. This role is based in your local area, the time and commitment is flexible and it is open to DoE students over 16 years old.

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WALK LEADER – EAST SURREY WALKING FOR HEALTH

East Surrey Walking for Health are looking for enthusiastic and committed people to train as walk leaders to assist on their walks across Surrey.
They offer a range of walks (from 45 to 90 minutes) in various, mainly rural, locations.  Their next training is TBC.

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Shop Volunteers – Age UK Charity Shop, Horley

Age UK charity shop in Horley are looking for Shop Volunteers.  There are many ways you can support your local Age UK Shop, whether it’s behind the scenes or on the shop floor. The volunteer roles include: serving customers (till work), sorting stock and creating window displays.  They need volunteers Monday – Saturday from 9am-5pm.  You need to be aged 18+ to apply for this role.

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Volunteer Patient Drivers – St Catherine’s Hospice

St Catherine’s Hospice are looking for volunteer patient drivers to use their own cars or to drive their minibus to bring patients into their hospice sites (Crawley or Woodhatch) or to hospital appointments.  You’ll need to be confident working with people from all walks of life, be able to sometimes have difficult conversations and able to work within strict boundaries.  Training is available and petrol will be paid at 45p per mile when using your own vehicle.

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Conservation Volunteers – Friends of Merstham Parks and Gardens

Their aim is to improve the greenspaces and woods of Merstham, for people and wildlife. They plant trees (mainly fruit) and hedges, create wildflower areas, cut down overly dense woods to encourage woodland flowers, create habitat woodpiles, put up bird and bee boxes etc. They supply free tea and cake, plus tools and basic training on the day. The group meets the first Saturday of each month.  You will need to wear sturdy footwear and waterproofs if wet. The location varies, but is always in the vicinity of Merstham.

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Warehouse Volunteer – Furnistore

Furnistore are a charity organisation providing furniture and household goods to those on low income that rely on volunteers.  They are looking for volunteers to help in general around the warehouse, putting up and dismantling beds, wardrobes and other items of furniture.  Making lists of furniture needing to be brought over from storage, making sure all sold items are ready for deliveries.  Some lifting and cleaning of the warehouse will be involved. Timings: any day from Monday – Friday 10am-4pm.  Travel expenses will be paid. Lunch is provided.

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Volunteer Van Crew – Furnistore

Furnistore is a Redhill based organisation that finds new homes for pre-loved furniture, home furnishings and electrical goods. They restore donated items and offer them for sale at an affordable price and at a discounted price for those on means tested benefits.

Furnistore are looking for Van Crew to work closely with the Van Driver and the Warehouse Manager, you will need to be fit and in good health and able to lift and carry heavy and sometimes awkward objects. You will contribute to the daily delivery and collection of furniture. You could be involved in the following tasks: Travel on the van assisting in collecting and delivery of furniture. As dealing directly with the public you must be polite and courteous at all times. Follow all instructions from the Van Driver. To assist with loading and unloading the van. Assist in ensuring appropriate paperwork is completed accurately. Assist in ensuring any monies donated is safely stored and accounted for. Ensure that all furniture, household goods and appliances received into the warehouse are displayed attractively. You will be provided with the following which will be left on site: Furnistore fleece/t-shirt Steel capped boots and gloves. Long Johns if required. Timings: Flexible Monday-Friday 9.30am – 4pm. 1/2 hour lunch break (this is flexible as will depend on the loads on the day, you may choose to finish early instead). Lunch is provided. 15 minute morning and afternoon breaks.

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Registrar – Dorking and District Talking Newspaper

Each week, a team of readers and production helpers edit and make a recording onto cassette of the Dorking Advertiser. The cassette is then sent free to visually impaired subscribers, to help people keep up to date with the local Dorking community.  They are looking for a variety of volunteers including a Registrar, you would become part of a team of over 40 volunteers who assist with the weekly recording. The listeners return the memory stick with recording of the talking newspaper in reusable postal pouches. These pouches need to be prepared for the next recording to be sent to listeners.  The pouches need to be collected from Downs Solicitors in Dorking and returned to the United Reformed Church, West Street, Dorking, so any volunteer should be a driver or live in central Dorking. The register is held on an Excel spreadsheet so having a computer, printer and relevant IT skills is essential.

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Volunteer Drivers, Hosts and Group Co-ordinators – Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly are looking for Volunteer Drivers (to pick up and accompany an older person to have Sunday afternoon tea once a month at the home of one of our volunteer hosts), Volunteer Hosts (to host the monthly teas) and Volunteer Group Co-ordinators (to arrange the monthly outings and act as the main contact for the group’s volunteer drivers and hosts.)

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Collection Tin Co-ordinators – British Heart Foundation

British Heart Foundation is looking for Collection Tin Co-ordinators.  The role involves placing collection tins in shops and businesses in your local community, counting and banking these tins 4 times a year and thanking the local shops and businesses for their support. Availability to volunteer for a minimum of one year (following training) is required.

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Volunteer Fundraiser – NSPCC Surrey

NSPCC Surrey are looking for volunteers who would like to help the NSPCC raise money to support their vital services in your local area. Do you have wonderful and exciting fundraising ideas? Can you organise bake sales, charity golf days or coffee mornings? You will be volunteering with a group of people in your local area. No previous experience required, just passion and enthusiasm to get involved. This role is based in your local area, the time and commitment is flexible and it is open to DoE students over 16 years old.

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Information & Support Volunteers – Macmillan Cancer Information Centre

The East Surrey Macmillan Cancer Support centre offers free holistic care and support to people affected by cancer. It provides confidential information and support in a friendly, non-clinical environment to patients, their families and carers through treatment and beyond.
As a volunteer you will be making a substantial contribution to the support of people affected by cancer. You will be helping us provide a warm, welcoming atmosphere to visitors and signpost them to the most appropriate support and information.

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Fundraising Group Member – British Heart Foundation

Community Fundraising Groups consist of volunteers who come together in their local communities to hold exciting fundraising events, raise awareness and have a lot of fun while they do it! Their support is crucial to BHF work and it helps to power their research on an ongoing basis. By becoming a BHF group member, you are joining an empowered network of dedicated fundraisers who help the BHF to save and improve lives. Quite simply, without volunteers like you, they couldn’t continue their pioneering work. Responsibility of a Fundraising Group Member:Support your local group in organising and running fundraising events. Build strong relationships with all group members and actively recruit new members.  Represent the charity in your community, acting as the face of the BHF.  Ensure group activities comply with relevant law and BHF policy.  Work alongside your local Fundraising Manager.

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Banstead Group Volunteer – Contact the Elderly

Contact the Elderly is a charity dedicated to running tea party groups for isolated older guests aged 75 and over, who live alone (including in sheltered accommodation). Guests are collected from their door by the same volunteer driver each month and taken to Sunday afternoon tea in a volunteer host’s home. The group of guests and drivers are the same each month, which means that over time some lovely friendships develop, and new support networks are formed. The service is completely free, groups are overseen by a volunteer coordinator, and all drivers are DBS and reference checked, as well as being briefed on their health and safety and safeguarding procedures.  They are hoping to launch a new group in Banstead shortly, however they are short of a few older guests and volunteer drivers, hosts, and a coordinator.

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Summer Reading Challenge Volunteers – Surrey Libraries

The Summer Reading Challenge runs during the summer holidays every year. It is a fun challenge for children which aims to keep them reading during the summer break.  Summer Reading Challenge volunteering is part of the libraries commitment to involve young people in library services, and is aimed at young people aged 14–25 years. As a volunteer, you will be:

Enrolling children onto the Challenge
Giving them their rewards and incentives
Talking to them about the books they have read
Helping with summer holiday events and activities

Volunteers are only required for this role during the school summer holidays.

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Befrienders – Home-Start East Surrey

Home-Start East Surrey offer support, friendship and help to families under stress that have at least one child under five years old.  They are looking for Befrienders to visit a family once a week for two to three hours in their own homes, offering support and friendship in a non-judgmental way, with respect and confidentiality. You will stay with the family for as long as the need is there, one year is often the case. The only real qualification is experience of bringing up children, friendliness and a caring attitude are essential as well as an understanding of the pressures of parenting. Their next free 8 week preparation course is TBC.

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Care Buddy – Active Prospects

Care Buddies are needed for people with learning disabilities who live in Active Prospects Residential Care Homes. A Buddy will have a cup of tea with residents, play a board game, accompany residents on a trip to the park or seaside or help make the evening meal.  A warm caring and patient approach is needed rather more than a particular skill but gardening, cooking, IT or photography skills would always enrich the lives of their residents.  They have properties across East Surrey so volunteer opportunities are at various locations.

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Support Buddy – Active Prospects

Support Buddies are needed for people with learning disabilities who live in Active Prospects Supported Housing. A Buddy will accompany people they support on a trip out, shopping, to the park or to appointments. If a Buddy had a particular skill such as cooking they could help people they support prepare their evening meal, do some baking or if they are knowledgeable about IT they could teach some basic IT skills. A warm caring and patient approach is needed rather more than a particular skill but gardening, cooking, IT or photography skills would always help enrich the lives of their residents.  They have properties across East Surrey so volunteer opportunities are at various locations.

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Newsletter Editor – Parkinson’s UK

Local branches of Parkinson’s UK are looking for volunteers to assist with the production and distribution of the branch’s newsletter. You will be working at local level to contribute to the goals of Parkinson’s UK by

  • Producing the newsletter and collecting the content from local contacts
  • Formatting and editing the newsletter so that it is engaging and on brand
  • Liaising with local contacts to produce a final product and sending it on to them
  • Agreeing a time line for the next newsletter.

Most of this role can be performed from home.

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Volunteer Administrator – Camelia House – The Children’s Trust

Join their family of admin volunteers who give a few hours each week to help behind the scenes at The Children’s Trust, so they can provide the best possible service for children that need them.

What will the role involve?

  • Booking care staff onto training
  • Work within given parameters of confidentiality and security
  • Answering and making phone calls
  • Updating databases and producing documents.
  • Photocopying
  • Mail outs
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Information Governance Assistant – The Children’s Trust

The Children’s Trust are looking for an Information Governance Assistant to support their Information Governance compliance and preparation for the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018.

What will the role involve?

  • Assist in establishing the Organisational internal Archive system
  • Keep their profile page on their intranet up to date
  • Prepare training documentation
  • Work in collaboration with members of the Strategy, IT and Governance team
  • Monitor the organisational policies
  • Provide administrative support where needed
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Office Help – Age Concern, Banstead

Age Concern, Banstead is seeking a volunteer to work 2-3 hours every Tuesday morning from 10am – 12/1pm to help in their Banstead office.  You would be required to organise the Minibus diary and drivers, assist with the car transport scheme and provide information and signposting through phone, email and personal visits.

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Receptionist (Hillbrook House) – YMCA East Surrey

YMCA East Surrey are looking for a Receptionist to be based at Hillbrook House in Redhill.  The role will involve providing a friendly welcome to residents and members of the public. To help operate efficiently the Reception area, dealing with enquiries and concerns. Role includes answering phones, taking messages, letting people in and out of the building and a little light office work.  Timings:  Wednesday afternoons between 2-4pm.

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Volunteer Manager – Abbeyfield, Reigate

Abbeyfield in Reigate offer affordable high quality living for people who want to be independent and self-reliant as possible without the worry of maintaining their own home. Every effort is made to meet individual needs and they are a non-profit making organisation.  They are looking for a Volunteer Manager the role will involve:
•Conducting exit discussions with people leaving their voluntary role. Where you feel it is appropriate, give them a   gift to say thank you (for Duke of Edinburgh volunteers a certificate). Make sure ex-volunteer details are put on the  friends database.
•Encourage volunteers to take part in Abbeyfield social media, and other communication channels.
•Organise twice per annum thank you’s/get to know you socials for volunteers.
•Recruit new volunteers as gaps emerge – either trustees or other roles.
•Develop job descriptions for each new role as required.
•Organise and lead volunteer induction sessions with House Manager.
•Work with the volunteer administration manager to keep records up to date.
•Teaming up with the volunteer administration manager as appropriate, represent Abbeyfield Reigate at volunteer events locally.
•Check in regularly with volunteers regularly to ensure they are happy with how things are going.
•Communicate monthly with all volunteers updating them on activity and changes in the house.
•Provide a short monthly update to the trustee board on any issues/successes which the trustees should be aware of.

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ADMIN VOLUNTEER – FURNISTORE

Furnistore based in Redhill are looking for admin volunteers, the role will involve providing retail sales, administration and customer service in a warehouse/showroom environment.  This role entails taking phone calls, downloading messages and checking emails for furniture collection.  If you are Website/Facebook or Twitter savvy they would be pleased to hear from you. Timings:  Tuesday’s 12-4pm and/or Thursday’s 10am-1pm.  You will need to have good communication skills, a good telephone manner is required and some knowledge of computers however, full training will be given. Must be able to ensure the confidentiality of information relating to clients/customers and furniture donors.  Travel expenses will be paid and lunch is provided.

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Office Support – East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS)

East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services is an independent charity providing outreach and associated services in the borough of Reigate & Banstead and the districts of Mole Valley and Tandridge.  They are looking for a regular volunteer – currently on a Monday morning from 9.30am-1pm. To help with admin duties including mailshots, conference packs, laminating, photocopying, answering phone etc. We also sometimes require additional help at particularly busy times in which case this would be ad hoc. You will need to be computer literate, Excel and Word, with good organisational skills and a level of flexibility. Due to the nature of the work that East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services carry out confidentiality is a key part of the role, especially when dealing with sensitive information.

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Administration & Reception Volunteer – Citizens Advice Reigate & Banstead

Citizens Advice Reigate & Banstead are looking for Administration and Reception volunteers to volunteer at their office in Redhill. They are looking for volunteers to help out with admin duties, the role will include:  Reception duties, processing client information received at the bureau e.g. incoming and out outgoing post.  Filing and shredding, create, maintain and archive paper and electronic filing systems in accordance with the bureau’s systems and procedures.  Work collaboratively with other colleagues involved in the advice work process.  Provide a service that is based on sensitivity and respect for clients, liaise with and advise staff regarding support for individual clients, use IT for record keeping, where necessary.  Attend relevant internal and external meetings as agreed with the line manager, prepare for and attend supervision sessions/team meetings/staff and volunteer meetings as appropriate.  Undergo relevant training as identified with the line manager and any other relevant admin and support duties required to ensure the smooth running of the bureau.  Timings:  Wednesday’s and Friday’s.

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Honorary Information Standard Administrator – British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association

The British Snoring & Sleep Apnoea Association is registered as a not-for-profit company with the Department of Trade and Industry.  They are looking for a volunteer to act as their Information Standard Administrator (an NHS England operated scheme for accreditation of organisations who provide health and social care information) to carry out other general office duties.  Full training will be given. Working in a modern office environment in Reigate, they anticipate that the role will suit someone who would like to volunteer with them 1 or 2 days a week from 10am until 3pm.

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Newsletter Editor – Parkinson’s UK

Local branches of Parkinson’s UK are looking for volunteers to assist with the production and distribution of the branch’s newsletter. You will be working at local level to contribute to the goals of Parkinson’s UK by

  • Producing the newsletter and collecting the content from local contacts
  • Formatting and editing the newsletter so that it is engaging and on brand
  • Liaising with local contacts to produce a final product and sending it on to them
  • Agreeing a time line for the next newsletter.

Most of this role can be performed from home.

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Trustee – Voluntary Action Reigate & Banstead

VARB is looking for a Trustee to join its Board of Trustees. The role includes (among other responsibilities): ensuring the organisation complies with its governing document, charity law, company law and any other relevant legislation or regulations; providing strategic direction to the organisation; setting overall policy; defining goals and setting targets; evaluating performance against agreed targets and ensuring the financial stability of the organisation.

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Treasurer – Merstham Community Cafe CIC

Merstham Community Cafe CIC are setting up a community cafe and training kitchen in Merstham.  The idea of the cafe comes from two local charities, Loveworks and Merstham Community Facilities Trust and a number of local residents, who want to go further to support those most marginalised in the local community.  The charities have come together to set up a new Community Interest Company (CIC) to run the cafe.  Merstham Community Cafe (CIC) are looking for a Treasurer to ideally have the following skills:

  • Knowledge and experience of bookkeeping and financial management
  • Knowledge and understanding of the financial responsibilities of a charity, social enterprise or company environment
  • Good financial analysis skills
  • Understanding of best practice in governance, compliance and financial control
  • An active interest in topics relevant to the work of the cafe e.g. food poverty, young people’s, training etc.
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School Governor – Woodmansterne Primary School

Governors are responsible for the strategic direction of the school: they make long term decisions about the progress and development of the school. Governors help to appoint the senior staff, they make decisions about the school’s budget, they decide on policies for every aspect of the school and they set targets for pupil achievement and attendance. Governors ensure that the school provides the highest standard of education for every child.  The Governing Body meets once every half term on a Wednesday morning at 8am for about two hours. They review the meeting timings every year to ensure they best fit the needs of the governors. In addition, governors are expected to come into school for monitoring at least once a term and attend ad-hoc training sessions.

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Board Trustees

St Peters House Project support people living with or affected by HIV regarding their healthcare, continued wellbeing and independent living. To provide quality and responsive services that meet, reflect and support the diverse needs of individuals within local communities. The are looking to recruit a range of people to be able to oversee the governance, support their strategic vision and contribute to its leadership. They would like to hear from you if you feel you have the necessary experience in Communication and Media, Finances, Strategic Planning, Fundraising, and or senior management skills at senior level.

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Chefs – Reigate & Redhill Live at Home Scheme

Reigate & Redhill Live at Home Scheme aim to offer support and friendship to older people in the Reigate, Redhill, Merstham and Horley areas.  They are looking for chefs to cook the main meal at their Redhill Club on a Wednesday.

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Treasurer – Surrey Family & Mediation Services

Surrey Family Mediation Services (SFMS) is a not for profit organisation and has been providing successful family resolution services for over 30 years to couples and families. Based out of offices in Leatherhead, they have outposts throughout Surrey delivering their core services of Mediation, SPIP courses and provision of Contact Centres.  The Honorary Treasurer is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Charity.  If you have an interest in providing a small but highly valued contribution to easing some of the family stresses in society, then it is an exciting but challenging time to join SFMS.  They are currently looking to enhance their financial systems and processes so enabling greater analysis of financial information and ultimately provide improved insights for decision making by the Board. This is in the context of a new CEO recently joining the organisation and the intention to recruit a fundraiser to enable more diverse means of income generation, so helping more families. The treasurer role is initially required for 12 months to help support the CEO in implementing the necessary changes to create the right foundations and environment.

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Surrey Police – Rural Engagement Volunteer

This volunteer role is for you if:  You have an interest in your local community and would like help to develop a rural community network.  You can communicate clearly and enjoy engaging with lots of different people. You enjoy being part of a team who work together to achieve shared goals.  You will provide effective community liaison with a variety of rural bodies, residents’ groups, landowners and individuals on a range of issues, predominantly focusing on engaging issues of a rural nature and ensuring that those living and working in remote locations are kept informed of Surrey Police’s policing activity.  Through your actions, you will make a valuable contribution to helping them increase trust, confidence & satisfaction within rural communities and assisting in their overarching aim of preventing, reducing & solving crimes of a rural nature.

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PAT Tester, Redhill Charity Shop – The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army charity shop in Redhill are looking for an electrician or an individual with PAT (Portable Appliance Testing) testing experience to PAT test donated goods. Hours are to suit volunteer.  You must be PAT qualified and all work is to be carried out on site.

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Photographer – The Include Choir

The Include Choir is a community choir with a difference!  They are a choir for people with and without communication or learning difficulties – using Makaton signs and other inclusive communication techniques when they sing and rehearse.  They are looking to create a photographic record of the choir’s activities and events, which can be used to create visual supports for choir members, as well as for publicity / social media to raise awareness of the choir. The role will include: Attending The Include Choir rehearsals to take photographs.  Ensure photographs are sent on to Choir Director by following day. Provide advice around editing / uploading images to social media. Attend all concerts, or as many as possible. Time Commitments:  Attend at least four Include Choir sessions each term (7.30 – 9 on Wednesdays, 3 x 12 week terms. Attend concerts / performances / workshops as agreed each term (often 3-4 sessions per term)- period of attendance at each event is negotiable). Time commitment can be split between 2 or more volunteers if feasible.

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Summer Reading Challenge Volunteers – Surrey Libraries

The Summer Reading Challenge runs during the summer holidays every year. It is a fun challenge for children which aims to keep them reading during the summer break.  Summer Reading Challenge volunteering is part of the libraries commitment to involve young people in library services, and is aimed at young people aged 14–25 years. As a volunteer, you will be:

Enrolling children onto the Challenge
Giving them their rewards and incentives
Talking to them about the books they have read
Helping with summer holiday events and activities

Volunteers are only required for this role during the school summer holidays.

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Event Volunteers – Parkrun in Reigate & Banstead

Parkrun is a national initiative offering free 5km timed runs on a weekly basis in public parks. To operate successfully they rely on the support of local volunteers. Volunteering at Parkrun will typically take a full hour a week and a range of different roles are available.  Parkrun UK is an approved activity provider for Duke of Edinburgh and their event teams will be delighted to assess you for either your Physical or Volunteering section.

Local Parkruns include Banstead Woods and Priory Park, Reigate – both are every Saturday at 9am.

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Run Reigate Racemaker – Run Reigate 2017

Be part of the Intersport Run Reigate Half Marathon, 10K and Canon Kids Race on Sunday 17th September 2017.  Volunteer roles range from directing runners on the route, giving out water to putting medals around their triumphant necks.  The Racemakers are a vital part of the day.  All Racemakers will get a free breakfast, a quality ‘Racemaker’ t-shirt and a free race place for 2018.  Volunteers needed form 7am till 12pm.

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Friends of ESDAS – East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS)

East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS) is an independent charity providing outreach and associated services in the borough of Reigate & Banstead and the districts of Mole Valley and Tandridge.  They are looking for volunteers to join their Friends of ESDAS, who are volunteers that are asked to be available for ad hoc support such as, events, fundraising, interpreting, PR & marketing, graphic designing, publicity working members, giving short talks to interested groups, transport, etc.  All out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed. You will be asked to provide a reference and will be welcome to attend Day One of the Volunteer Induction programme which will include a half day training overview of “What is Domestic Abuse” and will familiarise you with the workings and ethos of ESDAS. If you cannot attend this full day training there will be further information sessions available.

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Earn Your Entrance – Gatton Park

Gatton Park’s  Earn Your Entrance scheme is the perfect way to dip your toe into volunteering. Volunteer with their park & gardens team in the morning and then enjoy free entry to their open day in the afternoon.  No experience needed, just lots of enthusiasm.  First Sunday of the month February – October. 10am – 12/12:30pm. Free entry to open day in the afternoon 1 – 5pm.

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