Volunteering is a great way to
make new friends, gain experience, learn new skills,
have fun and get involved in the Community!
We are looking for a couple of volunteers to take over the running of our Food Bank. This will involve collecting donations of food from Church, managing the storage area, making up food parcels and distributing to those in need. If you are interested, please contact Sue and Mike Neville (01280 824636) who will be very happy to run through things before they step down in November.
Volunteers to help with Youth Work
We need more volunteers to help with our youth groups, for more information on Blaze click here and for Pathfinders click here or contact email@example.com
There are many sources of official funding out there but completing the forms and following through on applications is very time consuming. We are looking for a gifted administrator who is persistent and has an hour or two a week to spare. Please contact Kieth Croxton, or George Pinnegar.
Health and Safety Volunteer
We are also looking for a Health and Safety Representative. Further information can be provided by Jan in the Office.
Families Pastoral Visiting Team
We need more volunteers to visit families in need with young children and give extra support. You will need to complete an application form for our church "Safer Recruitment" process and have an enhanced DBS check. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
We really need some more bell ringers to keep the bells ringing. If you would like to learn or if you can ring already, do get in contact with Andrew Spencer after the 11am service, or call 01280 817989.
Volunteering with children, young people and vulnerable adults
You will need to complete application forms for this which may be downloaded here:
For more information click on Volunteer Leaflet.
For Application form SSPP Volunteers click here
For Confidential declaration form click here
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