There are a huge number of ways that you could give your time to disability support charities across London, and so to celebrate Disability History Month, here are three SPOTLIGHT opportunities to take a look at!
You can find even more on our Volunteering Log or get in touch with email@example.com if there’s something else you’re interested in.
Sport and Games Activity Leader with KEEN London
KEEN London needs volunteers to provide 1:1 support to children with disabilities at sports and games sessions in Hackney. You don't need to have any previous experience or special skills, just lots of energy and enthusiasm!
More details here - https://www.kclsu.org/change/volunteering/platform/opportunities/opportunity/129/
Roaming Digital Champion with Leonard Cheshire
Leonard Cheshire are looking for friendly, confident and patient people with a basic knowledge of IT to support disabled people to access the digital world. You will make a difference by helping clients get set up on free IT equipment, coaching people on how to use the internet, and email, building digital confidence and troubleshooting basic IT issues.
More details here - https://www.kclsu.org/change/volunteering/platform/opportunities/opportunity/395/
Helpline volunteer with The Mix
The Mix are here to help 25s and under get to grips with any challenge they face, and work with a number of young people facing mental health difficulties or any other range of problems that they are facing. As an on-site Helpline Volunteer you’ll take calls, web chats and emails from our service users. You’ll provide emotional support and be the vital missing link between their issues and help they need.
More details here - https://www.kclsu.org/change/volunteering/platform/opportunities/opportunity/234/
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