Ever thought of volunteering?

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There are a variety of activities that volunteers can get involved with during the day which means you can be flexible with the days and times you can offer.

These include

The Tea Station: The programme focuses on independence and so beneficiaries will be encouraged to take part in the tea rota, where they will make drinks for their peers. As a volunteer you will be working alongside staff to support our beneficiaries in making drinks.

Set- up and Take-down: As the clubs take place in community buildings there is a certain amount of setting up before the day that needs to take place and equally, an amount of packing away after the club.

Lunch: At some of the clubs we require someone to prepare a simple lunch and help with serving and clearing up. (Encouraging beneficiaries to take part as well.)

Walk Outside: We are keen to promote walking outside after lunch but to do so safely we require volunteers to walk with the group.

Volunteer Role Description

All appointments are exempt from Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check

Memory Matters South West CIC is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

How To Apply:

If you are interested, please contact us