Volunteering Fair 2016 20 October 11amâ€“3pm Third Space Studentsâ€™ Union
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947students were recorded as
In the last academic year volunteering by Purple Door.
80% of HR Executives said they would be more likely to hire a graduate with skilled work experience. Deloitte Volunteer Impact Survey
‘It was an opportunity I enjoyed immensely and my only regret is that I hadn’t chosen to volunteer from the first year I was at university! Everyone I worked alongside during my time with the League of Friends was extremely welcoming and friendly and I have taken a lot from the experience. Thank you for the opportunity.’ Final year environmental sciences student
Welcome to the Volunteering Fair 2016! The number of students recorded by Purple Door as having undertaken volunteering or work experience in the third sector was fast approaching 1000 last year and we have started the current academic year with over 200 volunteering roles for you to choose from. Today we have 45 organisations here to talk to you about the skills you can gain by volunteering with them, along with Careers Advisers situated at the Advice and Application Zone to help you choose the best role for you. The University of Portsmouth continues to really value volunteering as a career-enhancing activity and our current strategy requires that, by 2020 all of you are undertaking a careerenhancing activity to help boost your CV in preparation for the graduate labour market. Equally employers continue to value volunteering too. In a recent article on Reed.co.uk detailing ‘What Graduate Employers Really Want’, readers were advised ‘with almost all graduate roles attracting thousands of qualified university leavers, candidates need to stand out from the crowd in any way they can. This is where voluntary work, internships and other work experience comes in handy. Not only will it show your enthusiasm and drive, it’ll also make you that bit different from everyone else with the same degree as you.’ Each year 300,000 students graduate from their courses – volunteering is the perfect way to develop skills and experience to make your job applications stand out from the crowd! So don’t leave it too late – whether you choose to volunteer to help with your career direction, gain specific skills, build self-confidence, add career-relevant experience to your CV, give back to the community, gain a professional reference or because it is a cause that is personal to you and your family, just do it, and see what a difference it makes to you and your future. Finally, if you feel you haven’t seen anything relevant today, then come and visit the Volunteering Team at the Purple Door stand. We love nothing better than a challenge and are confident we can find a role that would suit you.
Happy hunting and enjoy! Jane, Courteney and Rachel The Volunteering Team at Purple Door
ADVICE AND APPLICATION ZONE
VOLUNTEERING FAIR 2016
YMCA Fairthorne Manor
Wessex Cancer Trust
The Rowans Hospice
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Age UK Portsmouth
Portsmouth Carers Centre (Portsmouth City Council)
Independence and Wellbeing Team (Portsmouth City Council)
Portsmouth Museums and Visitor Services (Portsmouth City Council)
The Mary Rose Trust
Portchester Community Centre
League of Friends, St Mary’s Hospital
Purple Door, University of Portsmouth
British Heart Foundation, Southsea
British Red Cross
1 Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust FoodCycle Portsmouth Portsmouth Foodbank Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Salvation Army Good Neighbours Service Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance Girlguiding Portsmouth South Alzheimer’s Society
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Shaw Trust Citizens Advice Portsmouth Hampshire Constabulary Circles of Support and Accountability, South East
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Social Care in Action Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling Service (PARCS) Spurgeons, HMP Winchester Chichester Festival Theatre No.6 Cinema Students’ Union Volunteering in Portsmouth (VIP), University of Portsmouth Students’ Union Activities Department, University of Portsmouth Pompey in the Community Department of Sport and Recreation, University of Portsmouth
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Hampshire County Council Children’s Services
Portsmouth Mediation Service
Organisations and Stand Numbers
FIVE TOP TIPS TO MAKE THE MOST OF THE FAIR! Do your research Information on all the organisations and volunteer roles available today are listed in this booklet, so take a seat in the Advice and Application Zone and research the opportunities on offer.
Be open-minded Many organisations are looking for volunteers to support a range of their functions, so make the most of today and speak to as many stands as you can – some of them may just surprise you!
Think about your pitch Charities will want to know about you too! Reflect on what skills, experience and knowledge you have to offer, this could be from your course, work experience or social activities.
If you see something interesting – apply! Applying to volunteering roles is a competitive process, so strike whilst the iron’s hot. There is a post box for completed forms in the Advice and Application Zone or you can drop them into Purple Door after the fair.
Use appropriate references Your application won’t be sent without them. Usually students use a previous employer, a university lecturer or college teacher. Take the time to get their permission and check their contact details to prevent any delays with your application.
If you have any questions, come speak to a member of the Volunteering Team on stand 14 or a Careers Adviser in the Advice and Application Zone. We’re here to help!
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Volunteering Fair 2016
Age UK Portsmouth Stand 6 Roles: Activities Centre, Gardening, Information and Advice Assistant, Public Speaking and Reception Volunteers Age UK Portsmouth is a successful and independent charity that has been caring for vulnerable and isolated older people in Portsmouth and the local area for over 75 years. Our mission is ‘to help adults in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire enjoy a better quality of life, with a specific focus on all aspects of getting older’. We simply could not manage to deliver all of our services without the contribution of our volunteers’ skills, knowledge, time and commitment.
Alzheimer’s Society Stand 25 Roles: Singing for the Brain and Activity Support, 3Ts Group Support and Kitbags and Berets Group Alzheimer’s Society is the UK’s leading support and research charity for people with dementia, their families and carers. We provide information and support to people with any form of dementia and their carers through our publications, National Dementia Helpline, website and around 3,000 local services. We campaign for better quality of life for people with dementia and greater understanding of dementia. We also fund an innovative programme of medical and social research into the cause, cure and prevention of dementia and the care people receive.
Barnardo’s Stand 44 Roles: Family Intervention Project, Missing Children Project Volunteers and Community Support for Offender’s Families (IoW) Barnardo’s transforms the lives of the most vulnerable children across the UK through the work of our services, campaigning and research expertise. We believe we can bring out the very best in every child whether the issue is child poverty, sexual exploitation, disability or domestic violence. We are looking for volunteers who can help to support our vital services.
British Heart Foundation, Southsea Stand 15 Roles: Retail Assistant, Stock Processors and Visual Merchandiser Volunteers We are one of the UKâ€™s leading charity retailers with over 750 shops across the UK. Our clothing shops retail good quality donated clothing, accessories, shoes, books, CDs, DVDs, toys and bric-a-brac, plus ranges of new goods such as accessories, giftware and cards. We have employees in all our shops, but we rely on the enthusiasm and support of our volunteers to help us raise vital funds through high standards of retailing.
British Red Cross Stand 1 Roles: Emergency Reserve, Mobility Aids and Foundation Training Programme Tutor The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global voluntary network, responding to conflicts, natural disasters and individual emergencies. We help vulnerable people in the UK and abroad prepare for, withstand and recover from emergencies in their own communities. Join our friendly team of volunteers and do something positive for your community.
Chichester Festival Theatre Stand 37 Roles: Community Workshop Support, Holiday Activity Assistant, Props and Costume Store Volunteer, Tour Guide and Youth Theatre Assistants Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the UKâ€™s flagship theatres with an international reputation for producing work of the highest quality. The newly refurbished Festival Theatre reopened in 2014, following the completion of a major project to restore and upgrade its Grade II listed building. With a transformed auditorium, more spacious foyer areas, as well as improved artist facilities, Chichester Festival Theatre has proudly matched its world-class artistic reputation with world-class spaces.
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Circles of Support and Accountability, South East Stand 32 Role: Circles Volunteers Circles of Support and Accountability is committed to encouraging and promoting the rehabilitation, treatment, education and care of persons who have committed sexual offences, with the goal of reducing re-offending. Circles are also invested in the protection of and care of victims and others affected by offending behaviour.
Citizens Advice Portsmouth Stand 30 Roles: Advice Service Receptionist and Recruitment Assistant Portsmouth Citizens Advice has operated in Portsmouth for more than 75 years. We offer free, impartial and confidential advice in person, on the telephone and online to the people of Portsmouth. Our dedicated team of volunteers help support members of the community who are experiencing issues related to debt, housing, benefits, employment or family breakdown.
Code Club Stand 16 Role: Code Club Leader Code Club is a nationwide network of volunteer-led after school coding clubs for children aged 9â€“11. Our aim is that children leave Code Club with the desire and ability to pursue digital making and with a set of skills that will be useful to them in their future hobbies, schooling or career. If you have basic coding skills, you could help inspire the next generation of coders by running the curriculum-linked projects in a local primary school.
Department of Sport and Recreation, University of Portsmouth Stand 42 Roles: Sports Coaching and Volunteer Opportunities The University of Portsmouthâ€™s Department of Sport and Recreation offers students the opportunity to work across our Sports Development Programmes. We encourage students to gain experience and qualifications by promoting and delivering activities to both the University community, and young people in local schools, colleges and sports clubs. We cater for all levels of coaching and volunteering experience â€“ so to try something new or build on your experience, come and see us.
Enable Ability Stand 26 Roles: Hampshire Teenage Project, PALS and Sports Club Volunteers Enable Ability is established as an independent charity for the care, welfare and advancement of disabled people living in Portsmouth and the surrounding area. We work in partnership with disabled children and adults, their families and carers, to provide a range of high-quality, professional and confidential services.
Independence and Wellbeing Team (Portsmouth City Council) Stand 8 Role: Community Connectors Portsmouth City Councilâ€™s Independence and Wellbeing Team are a diverse and multidisciplinary team following a person-centred, evidence-based approach. Our focus is on supporting adults to improve and maintain their health and wellbeing to enable them to remain living independently in their homes and communities.
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FoodCycle Portsmouth Stand 19 Roles: Community Engagement and Events Officer, Fundraiser, Hub Supervisor and Meal Evening Support FoodCycle Portsmouth tackles food waste, food poverty, social isolation and offers volunteering opportunities in the local community. We operate through a triple donation model of time, space and food. We serve two community meals each week made from surplus donated supermarket food by a team of volunteers. We feed around 70 guests and save over 100kg of surplus food from going to landfill each week.
Girlguiding Portsmouth South Stand 24 Role: Unit Helper Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK. Thanks to the dedication and support of 100,000 amazing volunteers, we are active in every part of the UK, giving girls and young women a space where they can be themselves, have fun, build brilliant friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and their communities. We give them the chance to discover their full potential and encourage them to be a powerful force for good.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance Stand 23 Roles: Collection Box Coordinator, Events Support, Graphic Designer, Photography, School Campaign Presenter and Volunteer Speaker Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance exists to bring life-saving critical care to patients when they need it most. The Air Ambulance flies 365 days a year, providing responses to road traffic collisions, sporting accidents, collapses and many other incidents throughout the country. It costs over ÂŁ230,000 a month to maintain our life saving service, and it is only thanks to the generosity of the communities that we serve that we are able to keep the Air Ambulance flying and saving lives.
Hampshire Constabulary Stand 31 Role: StudentWatch Programme StudentWatch is a Hampshire Constabulary initiative open to all University of Portsmouth students. This role works to support the work of the police in making Portsmouth an even safer city, by improving student awareness and community relations. Participating students are involved with at least ten community initiatives that aim to keep students and community members safe and informed, giving volunteers the opportunity to develop invaluable work experience for their CV.
Hampshire County Council Children’s Services Stand 45 Roles: Advice and Advocacy, Family Support, Missing Children Return Interviewer and Young Person Mentor Could you help support children, young people and families, and in turn help them avoid the need for Children’s Services intervention? Hampshire County Council Children’s Services is recruiting volunteers across the county, to support its Innovations Programme – a pilot that has the potential to transform social services and reduce the need for vulnerable young people to be taken into care. We are setting up a network of volunteers to work with children and families in the community.
Home-Start Portsmouth Stand 28 Roles: Home Visiting Volunteer and Portsmouth Parent and Carer Board Member Volunteer Home-Start Portsmouth is a voluntary organisation that supports parents to be the best they can possibly be to achieve the best outcomes for their children. The core service is delivered by trained volunteers who are professional friends to the family and visit once a week in the family’s home offering friendship as well as practical and emotional support.
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League of Friends, St Maryâ€™s Hospital Stand 13 Roles: Coffee Shop Assistant, Meeter and Greeter, Retail Assistant and Shop Admin The League has been in existence for 65 years supporting the patients and staff of St Maryâ€™s Hospital by providing extra comforts and facilities which are not available from NHS funding. The League was instrumental in financially supporting the purchase of equipment in the Physiotherapy Department, Disablement Services Centre, the Spinnaker Ward and the Maternity Unit. We have no paid staff; all our activities are undertaken by volunteers.
Motiv8 Stand 43 Roles: Youth Support Workers, Youth Football Support Worker, Bicycle Mechanic and Recycler and Shop Assistant Motiv8 exists to improve the life chances of young people. We do this to reduce the risk of offending, anti-social behaviour and disengagement from learning or employment. We believe in developing the whole person and increasing soft skills including self-confidence and self-esteem alongside delivering hard outcomes. Our vision is a society where all young people are healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic well-being.
Motor Neurone Disease Association Stand 5 Roles: Campaigns Contact, Digital Media Officer and Event Coordinator The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland focused on MND care, research and campaigning. Our aim is to improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers, fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments, and campaign and raise awareness so the needs of people with MND and everyone who cares for them are recognised and addressed by wider society.
No.6 Cinema Stand 38 Role: Cinema Operations Assistant No.6 Cinema is an independent and volunteer-run cinema showing contemporary and classic films from around the world, many of which would not otherwise be shown in Portsmouth. We are looking for people to help us run the cinema and in return our volunteers are able to see the films, gain satisfaction from providing a cultural service to Portsmouth and develop experience in a variety of roles.
Pompey in the Community Stand 41 Roles: Business Developer, Marketing Coordinator, Media Executive, Premier League for Sport and Sports Coaches Pompey in the Community harnesses the motivational power of Portsmouth Football Club to promote education, healthy living, sporting participation and achievement among people of all ages. Last season, across Portsmouth and the surrounding area, more than 32,000 people directly benefitted from our programmes, offering an innovative range of coaching, inclusion, health and disability programmes. It is vital we gain more support, both financial and physical, encourage more people to participate and continue to build on the positive relationship we have with the Pompey fans.
Portchester Community Centre Stand 11 Role: Lunch Club Assistant Portchester Community Centre is a very new and vibrant centre and we are proud to offer many services to our community. We operate out of three sites: Portchester Community Centre, Portchester Community School and Castle Street Centre. We aim to offer a broad range of services to attract different members of the local community.
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Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling Service (PARCS) Stand 35 Role: Helpline Volunteer PARCS aims to promote healthy relationships and alleviate the physical, emotional and psychological distress associated with interpersonal trauma including rape and sexual abuse/exploitation. PARCS work with women and men who are resident in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire. The charity provides free specialist support, counselling and psychotherapy to survivors of sexual abuse. It also runs an awareness programme aimed at reducing the incidence and impact of sexual abuse.
Portsmouth Carers Centre (Portsmouth City Council) Stand 7 Roles: Outreach, Carers Café and Carers Café Cook At any one time, one in ten people will be unpaid carers to friends, loved ones and neighbours. In Portsmouth there are 18,000 unpaid carers many of whom are unaware of the support that is provided by the Carers’ Service which is part of Portsmouth City Council. Carers are often socially isolated and financially disadvantaged. Our service seeks to redress this imbalance. We have a band of wonderful volunteers who support staff in promoting and supporting our services.
Portsmouth Foodbank Stand 20 Roles: Date Processor, Funding Researcher, Reception and Social Media/Website Management Portsmouth Foodbank is a Trussell Trust affiliated Foodbank that runs as a charity and relies on volunteers to distribute donations of food to people in the city with a ‘food voucher’. The vouchers are distributed by many organisations and agencies across the city so that the charity can run without making judgement. Each parcel provides three days of nutritionally balanced dried and tinned food per person, couple or family.
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Stand 18 Role: Dementia Ward Volunteers Dementia Volunteering is one of a number of voluntary roles provided at Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham, part of Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust. A significant proportion of the patients within the Trust are living with dementia, which can make their experience of hospital more stressful and distressing. Dementia Volunteers work within the acute wards of the hospital providing social support to these patients to improve their wellbeing and their experience whilst in our care.
Portsmouth Mediation Service Stand 33 Role: Restorative Practitioner Volunteer Portsmouth Mediation Service is a registered community charity. We work tirelessly to resolve neighbour disputes and conflicts within Portsmouth and the surrounding area through Restorative Practice and Mediation. We work closely with Portsmouth City Council and the police who both refer cases to us.
Portsmouth Museums and Visitor Services (Portsmouth City Council) Stand 9 Roles: Administrative, Front of House Support, Marketing/PR and Gallery Interpreter Volunteers at Portsmouth museums Portsmouth Museums and Visitor Services (PMVS) manages six heritage sites and museums across the City which attract thousands of visitors each year. We are seeking enthusiastic volunteers to join our team, to enhance the visitor experience by sharing their knowledge and passion for history and heritage with visitors. We also have several opportunities at the D-Day Museum, which has been awarded ÂŁ4M Lottery funding to be transformed into an internationally renowned attraction.
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Purple Door, University of Portsmouth Stand 14 Roles: Approximately 180 volunteer opportunities in the local area! Purple Door offers support to students and graduates on volunteering, part-time jobs, career planning, work experience, placements, business start-up and graduate jobs. Visit our stand today for details on volunteering roles or for general information about the support services on offer at Purple Door. You can take a look at the full range of volunteering opportunities available by visiting the Volunteering Bank at Purple Door or logging-on to MyPurpleDoor (https://purpledoor.port.ac.uk).
Revitalise Stand 12 Role: Residential Social Support Revitalise provides a genuine holiday experience for disabled adults and their carers. Our guests have a range of disabilities and medical conditions but we aim to pack in as much fun and adventure as possible! We have one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK and we invite you to be part of this. Our guests are inspirational people who challenge perceptions every day.
Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Stand 21 Roles: Events Coordinator, Crew Member, Fundraising Team Member and Shore Crew Member The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. We provide, on call, a 24-hour lifeboat search and rescue service and a seasonal lifeguard service. The people in the UK depend on the RNLI, and the RNLI depends on its network of more than 31,500 volunteers. On lifeboats, at lifeboat stations, on beaches, as community fundraisers, in RNLI shops, at events or as sea safety officers in coastal communities, without these volunteers we would not be able to save lives at sea.
Salvation Army Good Neighbours Service Stand 22 Role: Telephone Support Volunteer The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity. Working in 126 countries, demonstrating Christian principles through practical support to help to people of all ages, backgrounds and needs. The Haven Community Centre is one of the largest and most diverse expressions of community service with The Salvation Army UK. A dedicated team of 30+ staff and over 100 volunteers help to ensure that the wide range of services provided to the community are of high quality.
Shaw Trust Stand 29 Roles: Activity Coordinator, Career Development Coach, Horticultural Volunteer, IT Support, Jobseeker Support, Jobseeker Support (Ex-offenders) and Mock Interviewer Shaw Trust is a national charity that helps people gain skills so they can find work and take control of their futures. It is the largest third sector contractor for Department for Work and Pensions. We deliver both mainstream (Work Programme) and specialist (Work Choice) employment support schemes across Britain and help over 50,000 people per year. It also helps people gain skills and into work via a wide range of other activities including education and skills contracts.
Social Care in Action Stand 34 Role: Advocacy Volunteer â€“ Mentoring, Advice, Guidance and Information (MAGI) Project Social Care in Action is a successful not-for-profit organisation providing innovative, high impact solution to improving the health and wellbeing of communities across Southern England. SCA Advocacy provides support and guidance on a wide range of issues, such as housing, finances, benefits and employment. Our MAGI work (Mentoring, Advice, Guidance and Information) supports vulnerable people leaving Police custody.
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Spurgeons, HMP Winchester Stand 36 Roles: Play Area Volunteer and Visitor’s Centre Volunteer Spurgeons is a national Children’s charity. The Invisible Walls Family Support Service aims to support families of offenders serving sentences in Hampshire. As part of this work we are providing a ‘wrap around’ service during prison visits at HMP/YOI Winchester. This will provide families with a warm welcome, refreshments, advice and support during a stressful time.
Students’ Union Activities Department, University of Portsmouth Stand 40 Roles: Various one-off and long-term volunteer projects throughout the year We offer long-term volunteering projects within our Advice Service, such as Advice Squad Members, and the Activities Team, such as Marketing Ambassadors. We also offer a range of one-off projects as we understand that students need flexible volunteering whilst at University. This includes events volunteers, Varsity Gamemakers, Brand Ambassadors and much, much more. You can also volunteer to start your own society and become a Committee Member or Executive Member.
Students’ Union Volunteering in Portsmouth (VIP), University of Portsmouth Stand 39 Roles: Various one-off volunteer projects throughout the year VIP (Volunteering in Portsmouth) is a student-led volunteer group that mainly organises one-off volunteering opportunities for students. Due to their busy schedules, we understand that a lot of students want to volunteer but can’t afford to commit to long-term opportunities. With VIP you can put forward your own project ideas/suggestions. You can also work with the VIP committee with the ongoing opportunities available. For more information please emailVIP@upsu.net.
Sue Ryder Stand 17 Roles: Various opportunities with the local Sue Ryder charity shops Some people believe that once you have a life-changing illness, there’s little left. We don’t. We believe it’s the beginning of a new stage of life. A challenging one, true. That’s why we’re in local communities across the country raising money to improve health and social care across the UK. The Sue Ryder teams in Portsmouth, Fratton Park and Southsea need your help and expertise in our busy furniture and clothing stores, so we can continue to support the incredible care services in our hospices and neurological centres.
The Mary Rose Trust Stand 10 Role: Front of House and Visitor Guide The exciting, new £27 million Mary Rose Museum opened its doors to visitors in June 2013. Located just metres from Nelson’s flagship, HMS Victory, the new museum provides one of the most significant insights into Tudor life in the world. For the first time in 23 years, visitors will now breathe the same air as the Mary Rose. The new look Mary Rose Museum provides stunning panoramic views of the ship from all nine galleries through floor-to-ceiling glazing on the lower and main decks.
The Mix Stand 27 Role: Digital Connectors Volunteer The mix is a charity that offers multi-issue support to under 25s. Every day of the year we are there to offer non-judgemental, emotional support to young people with a range of issues, such as self-harm, homelessness, depression, bullying and relationships. We give young people the chance to make their own, well informed choices and improve their life chances. Last year we helped more than 228,000 young people over the phone, by web chat, email and through our app and online directory.
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The Rowans Hospice Stand 4 Roles: Various opportunities within the Hospice and the Trading arm ranging from Ward Support to Retail Assistants The Rowans Hospice offers specialist palliative care through short stay admissions, day care and a therapeutic clinic for people over the age of 16 years, affected by life limiting illnesses, living in Portsmouth and South East Hampshire. The overall aim is to support individuals and family members, irrespective of their financial means, race or religion, through the course of the illness and into bereavement.
Wessex Cancer Trust Stand 3 Role: Cancer Support Centre Befriender Wessex Cancer Trust is a registered charity, which cares for families and individuals affected by a cancer diagnosis. The Charity has four shops and six dedicated Cancer Support Centres throughout Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Dorset, Wiltshire and the Channel Islands. Each support centre welcomes up to 2000 people per year and the charity is funded mainly through events and community fundraising initiatives.
YMCA Fairthorne Manor Stand 2 Roles: Christmas Event Coordinator, Halloween Event Coordinator and Parent and Toddler Group Support YMCA Fairthorne Group is a fast growing charity. Our mission is to champion and add value to young lives by providing experiences that challenge, enable and develop the individual. Fairthorne Manor, part of the Fairthorne Group, is an Outdoor Activity Centre and Campsite that delivers activities and events to over 30,000 children and families each year on both a residential and day basis.âž˘
Not found what you’re looking for today? There are up to 200 volunteer roles available, find out more by: •
Visiting the Volunteer Bank at Purple Door centre
Logging-on to MyPurpleDoor https://purpledoor.port.ac.uk
Joining Purple Door’s Volunteering Facebook group ‘Portsmouth Student Volunteering Opportunities’
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