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  • CoachBright Charitable Trust logo

    CoachBright Charitable Trust

    We are an award-winning national social mobility charity supporting the next generation to become independent and resilient so they can lead the lives they want.

    Working across schools, universities and organisations, we're giving pupils, university students and young professionals the tools and behaviours to succeed.

    Working with schools we aim to tackle educational disadvantage. Our vision is of a fairer society where no child’s background determines their future.

  • Heswall Disabled Children's Holiday Fund logo

    Heswall Disabled Children's Holiday Fund

    Heswall Disabled Children's Holiday Fund has over 60 years of experience providing free summer camps, respite care and other activities for disabled children and young people.

  • Imran Khan Cancer Appeal logo

    Imran Khan Cancer Appeal

    Imran Khan Cancer Appeal (IKCA) helps run the only cancer hospital in Pakistan, which offers free cancer treatment to patients who can’t afford it.

    Detail Description about the opportunity

    What skills do I need?

    •Excellent organisational skills

    •Confident public speaker with excellent communication skills

    •Flexibility to be called upon when needed

    •A personal and friendly manner

    •Reliable and professional demeanour

    •An ability to use your own initiative and to work unsupervised 

    What support will we give you?

    •You will be provided with induction training before you start your volunteering role and relevant training throughout the course of your time with us

    •You will receive support from our Community Fundraising and Volunteer Officer

    •We provide you with insurance cover

    •You will be given any equipment and information necessary to carry out your role 

    What will you gain from this opportunity?

     You will gain the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a valuable contribution to the lives of those affected by Cancer. You will be able to utilise your existing skills as well as developing and learning new ones.

  • MeeToo Education Ltd logo

    MeeToo Education Ltd

    MeeToo is a free, safe, anonymous app where young people can talk about difficult things and get peer support. Our vision is to provide mental help to everyone, everywhere.

    MeeToo Education Ltd is a social enterprise with a mission to help people to help each other. Our trusted peer communities enable the unwell, worried, confused or curious to safely share effective support, when and where they need it.

    MeeToo is a free, safe, anonymous app where young people can talk about difficult things and get peer support. Beneath an engaging peer-to-peer social media feed, MeeToo integrates the latest psychological research into peer support and positive psychology. MeeToo is a neutral space which allows young people to experiment with what it feels like to open up without drawing attention to themselves. All posts are moderated so there is no risk of bullying or unhelpful comments being seen. MeeToo enables positive feedback and social support which builds confidence, increases wellbeing and promotes emotional resilience. Since its launch in 2017, MeeToo has grown rapidly and now has 50,000 registered users.

    MeeToo works and is proven to help and support people suffering with mental health issues. MeeToo is featured on the NHS Apps Library. Over 300 schools now promote MeeToo to their students. We also work with charities to support their role in the provision of mental health services to communities that they serve.

  • Penryn Campus parkrun logo

    Penryn Campus parkrun

    Parkrun is a free, weekly, community 5k and takes place on the campus. Parkrun provides a positive, welcoming and inclusive experience and is run by local volunteers.

    Parkrun is a free, volunteer-organised event every Saturday where you can walk, jog or run a 5k course. It's great for fun and fitness. There are over 700 parkruns across the country and we've been working for nearly 2 years to get one here on the campus.

    We need between 13 and 15 volunteers a week to run parkrun safely and we'd love to hear from you if you want to help out for a couple of hours on a Saturday morning. Most volunteers turn up at about 8.30am and it's all over just after 10.00am. Volunteering roles are really easy to learn and there are people familiar with parkrun to help if you get stuck. Roles include marshals, barcode scanner, timekeeper, funnel manager, tail walker and giving out finish tokens. Volunteering is a great way for people of all ages to meet new people and if you have young people doing Duke of Edinburgh it can count as part of your volunteering efforts. We will follow parkrun's Covid framework at all times to provide a safe environment for runners and volunteers.

    The route starts in front of Tremough house, goes up and down the old drive three times with a loop towards Peter Lanyon buiding, then after the third loop the runners return to Tremough House where the finish line is located.

    To volunteer, you need to register with parkrun, which is free and easy: 

    (you can use this page whether you are a runner or a volunteer, even though it just says new runner). Once you have your unique parkrun number, which begins with an A, drop us a line at and tell us you would like to volunteer! 


  • Sue Ryder logo

    Sue Ryder

    Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Whether that’s a terminal illness, the loss of a loved one or a neurological condition – we’re there when it matters.

    Sue Ryder is a British palliative neurological and bereavement support charity based in London. Formed as The Sue Ryder Foundation in 1953 by World War II Special Operations Executive volunteer Sue Ryder, the organisation provides care and support for people living with terminal illnesses and neurological conditions, as well as individuals who are bereaving the loss of a loved one. The charity was renamed Sue Ryder Care in 1996, before adopting its current name in 2011.

    Sue Ryder supports people living with life-limiting and long-term conditions including brain injury, cancerdementiastrokesmultiple sclerosisHuntington's diseaseParkinson's disease and motor neuron disease. We operate specialist palliative care centres, care centres for people with complex conditions, homecare services and a growing number of community-based services. The charity also offers support to people who are bereaving the death of a loved one, through face-to-face services in its centres and also as an online service, as part of a bespoke online community.

  • The Access Project logo

    The Access Project

    Education charity supporting disadvantaged young people 14-18 through an in-school programme of support as well as tuition provided by students and professionals to support their academic studies.

    The Access Project is an education charity supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in London, Birmingham and the Black Country, the East Midlands and Bradford. The programme provides in-school support which includes 1 to 1 mentoring, university trips and workshops as well as personalised academic tuition, to help disadvantaged young people gain places at top-third ranked universities.

    At the moment, young people in the UK from disadvantaged backgrounds are six times less likely to progress to a top-third university compared to their peers working at a similar academic level, so The Access Project seeks to change this. We help these young people to see university as something that is “for them”, to support them to make competitive applications and to get the grades they deserve so that they can fulfill their potential.


    We are looking for undergraduates, postgraduates, staff, and alumni who would be able to tutor a young person aged 14-18, online, 1 hour a week in term-time Sept-Nov 2021- Summer 2022 to support them with their academic studies.

    •Support a young person in a school subject to achieve the GCSE / A level grades they deserve and to fulfil their potential.

    •Inspire, motivate and raise aspirations towards higher education and the world of work.

    •Students supported by The Access Project typically achieve a grade higher at GCSE and are four times more likely than their peers to progress to a top-third ranked university.

    No prior experience necessary, full training included with start dates through the autumn term.

    Interested? You’ll need to:

    · Either be currently studying for an undergraduate degree or have an undergraduate degree/equivalent professional qualification.

    · Either have an A Level subject you wish to tutor at GCSE (grade B or above) or an undergraduate degree in a subject you wish to tutor at A level.

    · Be able to spare 1 hour a week in school term time over the next academic year to tutor (starting Sept/Oct 2021), plus 30 mins a week preparation time.

    · Be prepared to undertake an enhanced DBS check (criminal records check) and provide two references (personal or professional).

    How does it work?

    1. Sign up at

    2. Sign up to any of our 2.5 hour training sessions over the summer, there are various dates so you can find one that suits you: During this session you’ll learn everything you need to know for your weekly 1 hour tutoring sessions.

    3. You’ll complete a DBS check (criminal records check) and an online safeguarding course.

    4. We’ll match you with a student who is looking for support in your subject. In particular, we are seeing high demand from our students for support with sciences and maths so volunteers who are able to support in maths and science subjects would be particularly welcome. There are also many opportunities for volunteer tutors in other subjects including humanities and languages.

    More information and sign up at:

  • The Wave Project logo

    The Wave Project

    The Wave Project is a charity running award-winning Surf Therapy sessions to improve the emotional & physical wellbeing of children with mental health challenges and/or physical disabilities.

    The Wave Project is a children's mental health charity founded in Cornwall in 2010, using award winning surf therapy to improve their emotional & physical wellbeing. Children can be refered to The Wave Project by one of our referral partners e.g. their school, a social worker or their GP if they are between 8-21 years old.

    The success of the Wave Project is largely due to the role of out volunteer "surf mentors" during sessions who act as 1 to 1 support for a child. Research shows again and again the importance of children having access to emotionally available adults before the age of 18. We hope to interrupt negative experiences children may face by injecting some fun and positive into their lives during sessions, helping to increase their self-worth and aspirations.

    We provide training in and out of the water to all volunteers. The generosity of our amazing extended Wave Project family helps us to continue our Surf Therapy courses and Surf Club and, with endless opportunities to lend a hand, we will never have enough volunteers. Whether you would like to become a surf mentor, shop assistant, events volunteer, office intern or fundraiser we would love to hear from you.

  • Travelteer logo


    We specialise in providing university students with quality placements via our volunteering programmes in Sri Lanka and Nepal. Our programmes have been designed to be course related.

    Travelteer brings an innovative concept that is at the forefront of responsible travel and ethical volunteering. We specialise in providing university students with quality placements via our volunteering programmes in Sri Lanka and Nepal. Our programmes have been designed to be course related so they are perfect in giving you the right experience whether it’s a placement requirement or to build your CV.
    We offer placements from 2 weeks to 6 months and run all year round.
    Our programmes in Sri Lanka and Nepal:
    • England Development
    • Marine & Wildlife Conservation
    • Sports Development
    • Textiles & Design
    • Community Development
    • Medical and Nursing Elective
    • Mental health

  • Tutor The Nation logo

    Tutor The Nation

    Connecting university students with disadvantaged pupils give young people the confidence and tools to work towards their future aspirations.

    At Tutor The Nation, we aim to address the growing divergence of educational opportunity and educational success, between the relatively privileged and the relatively underprivileged. We do this by delivering online, 1:1, subject-specific, free tutoring sessions

    So what makes us unique? Our 1:1 online tutoring is completely free: to the pupils, tutors, schools, and the taxpayer. We interact directly with local councils to ensure that we support the young people who need it most.

    The benefits of the tutoring provided by our volunteers coated by overstated. Apart from helping with a particular subject matter, not only does this give the confidence ad tools to do better academically, but more importantly, the motivation to be the best of themselves in their future aspirations.

    Tutor The Nation feels it is imperative to offer extra support to pupils in the state sector who will be severely disadvantaged as young adults looking for employment in an uncertain economic climate. With your help, we can address the immediate challenge linked to the pandemic in addition to providing a longer-term contribution to reducing educational inequality.

    We understand that many university students are themselves finding student life, of the lack of it, difficult. Together we can contribute to enhancing student experiences from home. The feedback we have received so far suggests that volunteering remotely has had a positive impact on the volunteers and many felt uplifted by the mentoring process. As there are fewer opportunities for travel or internships available, this will be perceived as a positive way of spending time during a period of national uncertainty. 

  • Witness Service (Citizens Advice) logo

    Witness Service (Citizens Advice)

    The Citizens Advice Witness Service provide free & independent support for witnesses in every criminal court in England & Wales. Our volunteers provide practical information & emotional support.


    We’re looking for volunteers who have a friendly, mature and empathetic manner towards others. You need to have good listening and verbal communication skills. We’re also looking for people who are non-judgemental and impartial in supporting all people, and who have the confidence to support vulnerable people and people with specific needs.

    Who can apply?

    We have over 3,000 highly trained volunteers who come from a wide range of backgrounds. They’re on hand to help witnesses feel valued, respected and able to give their best evidence in court. Could you be a part of our story in your community?

    Applicants who aren't UK citizens: please note that you are only allowed to volunteer if your immigration status permits it. Many will, but please do check that you are entitled to volunteer, to avoid breaching the terms of your status. You can find further information about different visa rules on this government webpage. Irish citizens, EU/EEA citizens with settled or pre-settled status, and refugees and asylum seekers are fully entitled to volunteer.

    Want to join our team?

    We have opportunities in England and Wales. You’ll get full training, support and accreditation - and a warm welcome.

    You can apply if you’re 18 years old or over. You’ll also need to commit to:

    • at least 18 months (if you’re studying we can talk about what happens during the holidays)
    • undertaking our online training
    • undergo an enhanced DBS clearance
    • A willingness to use IT - email, online training, and potentially tablets and entering information on online forms. You will need internet access, as the majority of our training is online. You will also need an email account, as this will be used to register you with our IT systems, and our main communication tool. If you do not currently have an email account we can help you to set one up.

    Frequently asked questions and additional information

    Our role profiles below give an overview of our roles, but if you'd like to know more about volunteering our frequently asked questions might be helpful.

    We have also put together some additional information about volunteering with us - we hope it will help you decide whether you feel our roles are right for you.


    How to Apply

    We use an online application form. This will ask you some questions about yourself, and then about any skills, qualities or experience you have that are relevant to the role. Do think carefully about these answers. Try to give examples where relevant - we generally need more than one line responses. The more information you give us, the more we can get a picture of whether you will be right for the role.

    We sometimes receive applications that we have to reject, as the applicant hasn't given us enough, or the right information to know whether they would be a good fit for the role. We don't want to miss out on people who could be great volunteers for us, so we have created some guidance on filling out our form.

    Apply now



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Falmouth & Exeter Students' Union
Penryn Campus
Penryn, Cornwall
TR10 9FE

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