Volunteering

Our role is to provide information, advice and guidance on all aspects of volunteering for both volunteers and recruiting organisations. We can recruit volunteers for you if you are a voluntary or community group, social enterprise, CIC or a registered charity.

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Latest Opportunities

Stonewall Cymru are recruiting volunteers aged 18+ for our Information Service. The Info Service responds to enquiries from people who need urgent details on LGBT rights many of whom have experienced discrimination and need to know how to take action, others may be planning to start a family or get married and have questions on the relevant legislation.

We are looking for volunteers aged 18+ to provide support & reduce social isolation for other young mums in Swansea, Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot and Vale of Glamorgan.

Why Volunteer? Volunteering can bring enormous benefits.

Volunteers aged 18+ are required to train our young people in boating (rowing, power, sailing canoeing), adventure training, royal navy customs and drill, seamanship, stewards, first aid, and other activities.

In this role, you will be in contact with both patients and healthcare professionals gathering vital information to ensure anyone who accesses our Telephone Support Line gets the best service possible.

We are looking for Information and Support Volunteers aged 18+ are required to provide both emotional support and befriending. This can be provided either face to face or over the telephone.

We are looking for volunteers aged 14+ to assist our swimmers at Barry Leisure Centre on Saturdays 5 - 6pm. It is a great place to be a volunteer, very rewarding, and many activities and special events to enjoy.

Our befriending service, the Big Lottery funded Side by Side project, offers a fantastic opportunity for people with Dementia to continue to enjoy various social activities and hobbies which they may have otherwise found impossible to do unsupported.

News is a vital part of Bro Radios' output, with the station being one of the top sources for local news in the Vale of Glamorgan. Interested individuals will be required to source reliable local news stories and turn these into engaging news bulletins that will be broadcast on air and online. Experience in radio or journalism is not necessary as full training will be provided.

Peer Support is all about bringing people with diabetes together in their local area to share experiences of living with the condition and to get practical tips from each other about how to live well.

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