Cycling UK is enabling millions of people across the country to cycle and one of the most impacting missions they support are the Community Cycling Clubs run by volunteers within their own communities.
In Birmingham alone they support more than 20 Community Cycling Clubs, all across the city, so if you would like to meet new people, can ride a bike and hold the passion to support others in encouraging them to learn to ride or cycle regularly, this is most definitely the opportunity for you!
As COVID-19 continues to impact all of us, Birmingham City Council has launched a champion network which will ensure that the correct guidance and advice is being shared throughout the city.
The network will be made up of volunteers across the city, named COVID-19 Community Champions, who will help residents to stay up to date with how to protect themselves, and others, against the virus.
The Council will keep champions informed on the latest advice and guidance through regular messages that they can then use to help family, friends and other community members stay knowledgeable about the latest facts and guidance.
Is Swimming Your Thing? Trained as a Lifeguard or Always Wanted to be? Take a Look at This Opportunity!
If you are over 16 years of age, have a love for the water and life-guarding is something you are interested in, or have done before, then Moseley Road Baths could have the volunteering opportunity you are looking for.
This is a rare opportunity to work in a beautiful heritage building, at a lively community pool and you could receive full lifeguard training in return for volunteering.
Do you enjoy a good chat? Are you a kind, caring individual who wants to make a difference to the Birmingham community?
Compass Support run ‘Telebuddies Be-Friend Project’ a telephone befriending project, aimed at improving the lives of people in Birmingham who have been left socially isolated and lonely as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent closure of community activities and vital services.
Multiple locations within Solihull
Carers Trust Solihull, are a charity that provides free help and support for unpaid carers of all ages.
They are looking for volunteers to support them in their adult activity sessional work within the Solihull borough.
Royal Sutton Coldfield Athletics Club (RSCAC) is a small, friendly, voluntary run athletics club, based in Sutton Coldfield.
Their athletes train across a diverse range of disciplines, from Distance Running to Sprints and Throws to Jumps and they're looking for volunteers to come support the staff and their members, with an array of roles to choose from...
Parkride is looking for anyone interested in volunteering, to support the Parkride staff in delivering their regular sessions.
As a Fun, Free & Flexible inclusive family cycling project, Parkride reaches children with Special Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND), along with their families, from all across Birmingham and beyond. The project provides participants with the opportunity to access the great outdoors through cycling together in Sutton Park
With the club having 20+ juniors (and parents) and our goal of increasing membership to also include a sitting volleyball section we need to organise more family friendly activities too.
That's where you would come in, with ideas and to help organise these events (daytime or evening) preferably one every 4 to 8 weeks. The events don't need to be sport related and could involve people outside of the immediate club.
Sports club in need of some co-ordination and support between its volunteers.
We are looking to increase our outreach into the community and to offer more drop-in sessions to juniors, adults and to establish a sitting volleyball club in Nottingham
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