Volunteer Week – some opportunities for you
Posted On June 4, 2020
As we all know this week is volunteer week, and Connecting Choices has always been one to promote volunteering opportunities not only as they look amazing on a participants CV but because of enormous feeling of doing something good that we get from volunteering and helping other people.
Add to this the life skills, training and overall knowledge that volunteering gives and individual.
So to celebrate we are sharing a few opportunities in the local area but also trying to point you in the right direction to find more.
CGL – Volunteer Independent Visitor Stoke-On-Trent
Independent visitors support a child or young person in foster care on a one-to-one basis
Royal Volunteer Service – Shop and Drop Volunteer (Stoke and Newcastle)
As a Shop and Drop volunteer you will help support the most vulnerable people in your community by going to the shops to get food and other essential items
Stoke-on-Trent Covid-19 Support Network
Volunteering if you’re not at high risk:
You can volunteer if:
- shop for food and medicine (online, or in person)
- deliver food and medicine
- help with food banks and homeless services