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  • Action for Children in Cornwall logo

    Action for Children in Cornwall

    Action for Children in one of the UKs largest children's charities, offering support and activities across the whole of the UK. in Cornwall we have 3 services working with children across the county.

    Kernow Young Carers and Cornwall SPACE are looking for YOU to join their growing team of Volunteers supporting Young Carer Activity Days and the SPACE Short Break Service across Cornwall.

    We are currently recruiting for Activities Assistants for Summer 2020 onwards:

    • You need to be friendly and have a good sense of humour
    • Understand the needs of young children and their families
    • Be reliable and flexible
    • Want to engage with children and young people
    • Fun, positive and approachable

    What we can offer you:

    • Gain experience working with children with families
    • Training and development opportunities
    • Feeling valued and part of a friendly team
    • The chance to meet new people in your local area
    • Improving your confidence

    We are part of the Time Credits Scheme.

    If you are interested please visit our website and complete an application online:

  • Bosence Farm Community

    A charity registered with the Care Quality Commission to provide residential substance misuse treatment services. The site is comprised of wet woodland, hazel coppice, lowland meadow and food growing areas. The land is managed to benefit wildlife & to provide inspiration to residents & staff.
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    The Cairn Youth Network is a branch of the charity dedicated to raising awareness about domestic abuse to students on university campuses across the UK. It is a platform for social action. They create useful resources, organise events and ultimately aim to open up discussion on the issue of domestic abuse. The Cairn Youth Network predominantly encourages volunteers to create and run a society at their university students’ union, and use this as a platform to raise awareness about this issue.
  • Cancer Research UK logo

    Cancer Research UK

    Cancer Research UK pioneers life-saving research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured. Cancer Research UK is the world's leading independent charity dedicated to cancer research. We carry out scientific research to help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. We have discovered new ways to beat cancer that together have saved hundreds of thousands of lives across the world. One in three of us will get cancer at some point in our lives. Our groundbreaking work, funded almost entirely by the general public, will ensure that millions more people survive.
  • Carnon Downs Village Hall logo

    Carnon Downs Village Hall

    We are a registered charity run by volunteers at the centre of our community for 50 years. We have over 60 groups, clubs and societies supporting our health and wellbeing activities for the community.

    We are a registered charity run by volunteers at the centre of our community for 50 years. We have over 60 groups, clubs and societies supporting our health and wellbeing activities for the community.

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    Cats Protection

    Cats Protection is the UK's largest feline welfare charity. We help around 200,000 cats and kittens every year through our network of over 250 volunteer-run branches and 36 centres. This work would be impossible without the dedication and commitment of over 10,000 volunteers. Our vision is a world where every cat is treated with kindness and an understanding of its needs.
  • - Charity Concierge logo - Charity Concierge

    Charity Concierge is a social enterprise for festival lovers everywhere. Each year, we take hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers to the UK and Ireland's best music festivals

    Charity Concierge is a social enterprise for festival lovers everywhere. Each year, we take hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers to the UK and Ireland's best music festivals, including Download, Latitude, Camp Bestival, and Electric Picnic. But Charity Concierges won't spend long shifts stewarding in a field. They work at the heart of the festival to bring festival-goers the services they love. Depending on the festival, Charity Concierges will volunteer on:


    • The Charity Concierge buggy service. Working as either a buggy driver or taxi ground crew member, volunteers will make sure festival-goers can hitch a lift from point A to point B and get where they need to go a little easier. At some festivals, we run the buggy service exclusively for the access campsite to make sure everyone can enjoy the festival as much as possible.

    • The Charity Concierge fast-track drinks service. The nomads of the arena, our general services volunteers will take drinks orders from festival-goers, collect them using our fast-track lane at the bar, and deliver them to their customers. It's the service we've all wanted at a festival - to get more drinks and be able to keep your spot in the crowd - and our volunteers are the heroes that deliver it.

    • Tent pitching. A smaller part of the volunteer role, but just as vital. Charity Concierges (provided with a little bit of training) will jump in to rescue festival-goers tied up in a tent pretzel (or the grips of desperation). 


    In addition to a free ticket to the festival, Charity Concierge offer their volunteers plenty of time off to enjoy themselves with their mates. And the best part? All of the donations earned through the hard work of our volunteers go directly to, an innovative international development charity pioneering novel global health initiatives and working with mums and children in Kenya and Sierra Leone to improve the health of children in places it's most needed.

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    Churches Together in Cornwall

    Churches Together in Cornwall coordinates the community work of church groups across the county, aiming to inspire unity and share our gifts for the benefit of everyone in Cornwall.

    A co-ordinating body for around fifty associated Churches Together groups and ecumenical projects across Cornwall. Areas of activity include Youth Work; Parent-toddler Groups; Dementia Support; Homelessness Support; Foodbanks; Debt Counselling;  Street Pastors; Fairtrade; Community Coffee Shops; Justice & Peace Action; Environmental Action; Royal Cornwall Show Hospitality; Pilgrimages; Chaplaincies; Publishing and Communications.


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    CLIC Sargent

    CLIC Sargent is the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, and their families. We provide clinical, practical, financial and emotional support to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life. We are there from diagnosis onwards and aim to help the whole family deal with the impact of cancer and its treatment, life after treatment and, in some cases, bereavement.
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    Community Energy Plus

    Community Energy Plus is an award-winning social enterprise that provides complete energy answers to help householders in Cornwall enjoy warmer, energy efficient homes as part of a more sustainable future.
  • Cornwall Childrens Festival PLAYFEST

    PLAY OPPORTUNITY Supporting community children's outdoor play and events

    Festival of play arts and well being for children on August 6/7 with Easter project 9-12 April near Penryn on Chyan Environmental Centre

  • Cornwall Museums Partnership

    We think that museums create moments of wonder which enrich people’s lives. They play a critical role in linking our past to the present and helping us to shape the future. They help us to explore the most profound and enduring questions humans can ask about why we are here and our place in the world. Museums bring meaning to our lives. Our charity exists to help museums in Cornwall to thrive.
  • Cornwall Sports Partnership logo

    Cornwall Sports Partnership

    Perpetually striving to increase, develop and sustain participation in community sport is at the heart of what we do. The focus of our work has three main key areas: coaches, clubs and volunteers. We look to constantly grow the relationship between school, community and performance sport to ensure that young people can realise their ambitions.
  • Cosgarne Hall Ltd logo

    Cosgarne Hall Ltd

    We are a homeless charity based in Cornwall providing supported accommodation to vulnerable people in the county.
  • English Heritage logo

    English Heritage

    English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites - from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of the empire to a Cold War bunker. Through these, we bring the story of England to life for over 10 million people each year.
  • Falmouth AgeConcern logo

    Falmouth AgeConcern

    We are a local independent charity working to alleviate loneliness and improve health and well being amongst the elderly. We run a befriending service and a number of clubs, classes and social events.
  • Falmouth and Penryn Sea Cadets logo

    Falmouth and Penryn Sea Cadets

    At Falmouth and Penryn Sea Cadets we aim to give young people an experience that will help them grow into the person they want to be in a safe and friendly environment. Through various activities and adventures, we learn teamwork, respect, loyalty, self-confidence, commitment, self-discipline, honesty and how to be the best version of ourselves. We offer a range of different activities from sailing, windsurfing and powerboating - to rock climbing, camping, and music - plus, so much more!
  • Falmouth University

    We are offering Falmouth University students the opportunity to participate in a schools mentoring scheme as part of our commitment to widening participation.

    Mentors will be offered the opportunity to support young people from Years 7 to 13 with careers and higher education guidance to help with their development. The mentoring is all facilitated online through our mentoring app, meaning students can complete their volunteering hours wherever they like! All mentors will be provided with training and subject to enhanced DBS checks. This is a great opportunity for students looking to complete some online volunteering, develop new skills and support young people considering their future options. This would be particularly valuable experience for anyone considering a career in coaching, teaching or mentoring in the future. Students will be asked to commit 4 hours per week, but are allowed to request more hours if they wish to do so.

    For more information, contact Anna Richardson or complete the attached form.

  • FareShare logo


    FareShare is the UK's largest food distribution charity, helping to support organisations such as Kid's breakfast clubs, community centres, homeless hostels and refuges. At FareShare we help over 9,653 charities make delicious and nutritious meals by saving food from going to waste. FareShare also redistributed more than 16,992 tonnes of food enough to provide 36.7 million meals for people in need. We now operate 21 Regional Centres around the UK.
  • FareShare South West logo

    FareShare South West

    FareShare South West forms part of the UK’s largest food charity, FareShare. We are one of a network of 21 centres located across the country. We are a community of independent franchised charities, all fighting the same issues: food waste and hunger. Over 270,000 tonnes of perfectly edible surplus food is thrown away each year. We want to see that food put to good use. FareShare South W help tackle food poverty by redistributing surplus food across the region, using quality, in-date surplus food which would otherwise have gone to waste. In January 2020, we're bringing the service to Exeter
  • First Light logo

    First Light

    First Light is a charity that supports people in Cornwall, Devon and Wiltshire that have been affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. We are independent of statutory agencies, including the Police, and every year we help over 4,500 men, women and children in South West England to lead safer lives, free from violence and abuse. In Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, we are now working in partnership with Barnardo's to deliver 'Safer Futures' - this programme provides early intervention and prevention services, expert support, therapy, education and training.
  • Girlguiding Cornwall logo

    Girlguiding Cornwall

    Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK.

    Girlguiding is the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK. We build girls’ confidence and raise their aspirations. We give them the chance to discover their full potential and encourage them to be a powerful force for good. We give them a space to have fun and here in Cornwall County we encourage our members to relish and utilise our beautiful countryside, beaches and heritage to the full. There are a wide range of voluntary roles available in Girlguiding Cornwall, from helping out with a group's meetings, carrying out administrative roles and organising events.

  • Golden Tree Productions logo

    Golden Tree Productions

    Golden Tree Productions is a community interest company. We develop and deliver constructive cultural projects that uncover and celebrate Cornwall’s distinctiveness and diversity.
  • Guide Dogs

    Guide Dogs exists to provide life-changing services to the 360,000 people who are registered blind or partially sighted, and the two million people in the UK living with sight loss. We provide a range of services with and beyond the dog to help thousands of people with different needs lead confident, independent and fulfilling lives.
  • Home-Start Kernow

    Home-Start Kernow use volunteers to support families in Cornwall with at least one child under 5. We offer home visiting and targeted group support to families when they need us most.

    Home-Start Kernow is a small independent charity who provide vital support to local families in times of need.

    Our Falmouth and St Austell Twins and Multiples groups offer a drop-in, stay and play session to allow families to share their parenting experiences.  Volunteers help these families by being an extra pair of hands to allow parents to enjoy the dedicated time and manage the challenges associated with caring for mutiple babies and toddlers. 

    Our 20 week stay and play groups are for families who find their mental health is a barrier that stops them going to play groups, making friends, and engaging in their community.  Volunteers provide valued support to help parents feel more confident, less isolated and get to enjoy some quality family time. 

    In Home-Visiting, our trained parent volunteers offer emotional and practical support to them at times when things are overwhelming. They give reassurance and friendship on their weekly visit.

    We are passionate about supporting families within our local community and have opportunities Countywide.

  • Lepra

    We are a UK-based international charity working to beat leprosy. This disease affects the most vulnerable people in the world, causing life-changing disabilities, but there is a cure.

    We are a UK-based international charity working to beat leprosy. This disease affects the most vulnerable people in the world, causing life-changing disabilities, but there is a cure.

    We work directly with communities in Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, India and Mozambique to find, diagnose and rehabilitate people affected by leprosy. Through raising awareness, pushing for early detection and reducing prejudice we support people so they can transform their lives.

    Last year, we reached more than 283,000 people directly through diagnosis, treatment and care.

    We reached a further 1.46 million people through health education and events to raise awareness of diseases and reduce prejudice.

  • Mabe Youth and Community Project (MYCP) logo

    Mabe Youth and Community Project (MYCP)

    MYCP provides some of Mabe’s best recreational facilities. It owns and runs the Community Hall, the children’s play area and the skate park (all located in Cunningham Park, next door to the school). Together with the school, MYCP also owns and runs the playing field. MYCP is a registered charity.
  • Medical Detection Dogs logo

    Medical Detection Dogs

    Medical Detection Dogs trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease. It is at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer and helping people with life-threatening diseases. Our Bio-Detection Dogs are trained to find the odour of diseases , such as cancer, insamples such as urine, breath and swabs. Our Medical Alert Assistance Dogs are trained to detect minute changes in an individual's personal odour triggered by their disease and alert them to an impending medical event.
  • Merlin MS Centre logo

    Merlin MS Centre

    To provide therapies which are accessible and affordable to those affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) To extend our services to those with neurological conditions, including Parkinson's, Stroke and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. To offer support, information and understanding to anyone living with a long-term condition. To raise awareness to ensure the wider community is motivated into giving support to those affected by a long term neurological condition.
  • National Animal Welfare Trust logo

    National Animal Welfare Trust

    The National Animal Welfare Trust is a relatively small charitable organisation, which has a Rescue Centre in Hayle. There are NAWT shops in Falmouth and Hayle. The Hayle centre re-homes cats and dogs. We never stop caring and only ever euthanize an animal in extreme circumstances. The Falmouth shop is situated on Arwenack Street, on the opposite side to Trago Mill. We are looking for volunteers to join our small, friendly team. We would like you to help with general shop duties, online auctions, creating and facilitating fund-raising ideas.
  • National Maritime Museum Cornwall logo

    National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    The National Maritime Museum Cornwall is an independent Museum celebrating the influence of the sea on history and culture and telling the story of Cornwall's incredible maritime heritage, a place to enrich your understanding of the sea and Cornwall. Our volunteer team are at the very heart of the Museum, working alongside paid staff in a wide variety of roles.
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    National Trust

    The National Trust is a UK conservation charity, protecting historic places and green spaces..
  • National Trust - Montacute House logo

    National Trust - Montacute House

    The National Trust is a conservation charity and volunteering is at the centre of the organisation. A National Trust property, Montacute House is a masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design, with towering walls of glass and local, ham stone. The Long Gallery, which is the longest of its kind in England, houses over 60 Tudor and Elizabethan portraits on loan from the National Portrait Gallery. The team of staff and volunteers look after the house and its surrounding gardens, telling the story of this place and helping visitors understand our part in its conservation.
  • National Trust Knightshayes logo

    National Trust Knightshayes

    The National Trust is a registered charity and is completely independent of Government funding. Back in 1895 we were founded as a charity with the aim of saving our nation's heritage and open spaces. 118 years later, we are still working hard to uphold these values. We are the biggest conservation charity in the UK along with being the largest membership organization in the country (beating even the AA)!With views across Tiverton and the surrounding countryside, Knightshayes is an imposing Gothic Revival house surrounded by a beautiful garden and parkland.
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    National Union of Students

    The NUS works across campuses, curriculums and communities, with the aim of helping all students to leave their time in education as part of the solution to our social, economic and environmental problems.
  • Newquay Community Orchard

    A beautiful multi-functional for people and nature, designed to provide environmental education, employability training, events and a space for all. Please for more info

    Are you looking for a Final Year project? Do you want hands on experience with sustainable and organic growing techniques? 

    Newquay Community Orchard is a site for everyone. Situated close to Newquay Town Centre we have 7 acres of community growing and events space. We have over 100 fruit trees, a large community growing space, wildflower areas and woodland area which we need your help in managing. We are looking for Lead Volunteers to get involved with leading onsite projects - whether that be leading on the maintenance of our pre-existing areas, or with the support of NCO staff leading your own projects. 

    For the right individual we can offer training and the support needed to lead your own projects. 

    Please get in contact with any further questions 


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    School Service Volunteer - Cornwall. In the average primary school class, at least two children have suffered abuse or neglect. But thanks to our dedicated volunteers, who visit schools in their local area, we can give those children the confidence to speak out. You too can change lives by delivering the assemblies and workshops we call Speak Out, Stay Safe. Once you’re trained, you’ll be able to empower the children and young people in your community. Giving them knowledge that will help them stay safe from abuse and neglect. Interested? Please contact below.
  • NSPCC South West

    As the UK’s leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse, everything we do protects children today and prevents abuse tomorrow.

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    Oxfam Stewards

    Each summer Oxfam provides a professional stewarding service to some of the UK's biggest music festivals. As one of our stewards, you are part of a large team representing Oxfam to the festival organisers and the public. We provide essential roles on site to ensure the festival runs smoothly and the festival-goers are safe. The money we generate from your time goes towards our life-changing work around the world.
  • parkrun Limited

    parkrun Limited organises free, fun and accessible 5k runs on Saturday mornings all over the world.

    Parkrun is a free, accessible and inclusive 5k run for all abilities. The Penryn Campus parkrun needs between 10 and 15 volunteers every Saturday to ensure that it can function safely and give a fantastic experience for all. Tasks include Run Director, funnel manager, volunteer coordinator, marhsal, timekeeper and barcode scanner. Typically, volunteers are needed between 08.30am and 10.30am.

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    Penryn Town Council

    Various activities throughout the town.
  • Polzeath marine Conservation Group

    To educate and engage with the public about marine conservation by opening our Marine Centre, hosting Marine based events and fun educational sessions, and taking part in surveys on Polzeath beach



    Explore 1000s of historical objects from both Cornwall and the rest of the world, along with one of the county's finest art collections
  • Royal Lifesaving Society UK logo

    Royal Lifesaving Society UK

    The Drowning Prevention Charity We work to support the delivery of A Future Without Drowning, and need your help to provide education to the local community
  • Royal Mencap Society

    Our vision is a world where people with a learning disability are valued equally, listened to and included. Our challenge, alongside people with a learning disability and their families, is to make this world a reality. Right now, people with a learning disability face inequalities in every area of life. We need to tackle the issues head on through tireless campaigning and the delivery of high quality support and services to the people who need us.
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    The RSPB is the Country’s largest conservation charity aiming to inspire everyone to help nature. Together with our partners we protect threatened birds and wildlife so our towns and coast and countryside can teem with wildlife once again. We work to secure a healthy environment for nature and people, by speaking out for wildlife and tackling problems that threaten the natural world. We believe education and inspiring children, families and individuals is vital to protecting nature in the future and encourage them to speak out for nature too.
  • Samaritans of Cornwall at Truro logo

    Samaritans of Cornwall at Truro

    We offer emotional support to people suffering distress and despair and those with suicidal thoughts and feelings via phone, email, SMS and face to face. The Cornwall Branch receives over 52,000 calls for help every year and relies on a team of volunteers to undertake listening duties, run fundraising and awareness events and carry out administration support. We will shortly be opening up volunteering opportunities on the Penryn Campus
  • Sensory Trust logo

    Sensory Trust

    The Sensory Trust makes places accessible and sensory rich so everyone can enjoy them, regardless of age and disability.
  • ShelterBox logo


    ShelterBox is made up of people who believe in shelter as a human right – that shelter from the chaos of disaster and conflict is vital. No ifs. No buts. When people are plunged into crisis, normality is suspended. But good, quality shelter can cut through the chaos. This is why we provide the tools that enable people to rebuild homes and transform their lives. We do things differently. We were born different. We have grown to make a big impact across the world. We don’t follow the crowd – we’ve carved our own path that leads straight to the families we support.
  • South West Lakes Trust logo

    South West Lakes Trust

    South West based conservation charity working to look after the areas around our reservoirs for wildlife and people.
  • Surfers Against Sewage logo

    Surfers Against Sewage

    Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is an environmental charity protecting the UK’s oceans, waves and beaches for all to enjoy safely and sustainably, via community action, campaigning, volunteering, conservation, education and scientific research.
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    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.

  • The Rock Pool Project

    We are a social enterprise that encourages people of all ages to discover the incredible marine life found around our beautiful coast.

    Rock Pool Project Volunteer Roles 2020/2021

    All of the roles below run from October 2020 to October 2021. There is, however, some flexibility in these dates. Please chat with Ben Holt to discuss your personal situation.

    Science Officer

    Role description

    ·         Coordinate regular analysis of our marine wildlife data

    • Produce monthly outputs of this analysis
    • Help to develop our citizen science programme

    Skills/Experience required

    • This role well suited to a masters or PhD level ecology/conservation student
    • Previous experience of analysing and presenting results from ecological analysis is essential
    • Experience with the R programming language is highly desirable

    Training/Experience provided

    This post holder will work closely with the project’s Scientific Director Dr Ben Holt and will play an important role in coordinating our citizen science activities over the next year.

    Time commitment

    3 hours per week

    Science Communication

    Role description

    • To regularly produce marine ecological and conservation information that is suitable and engaging for the general public
    • To organise regular online scientific discussion events

    Skills/Experience required

    • The post holder should have an ecology and/or conservation background
    • Previous experience in public communication would be desirable

    Training/Experience provided

    The post holder will work closely other members of our team, as well as external researchers and citizen scientists.

    Time commitment

    5 hours per fortnight (2 per week plus a 1-hour fortnightly communications team meeting).

    Funding Officer(s)

    Role description

    • To lead on at all one aspect of our fundraising activities
    • Various fundraising options are possible including, traditional grants, crowdfunding, marketing our activities, etc
    • Post holder(s) is/are encouraged to explore their own ideas
    • Multiple postholders and/or working in a team possible

    Skills/Experience required

    • Previous fundraising experience is desirable but not essential.

    Training/Experience provided

    Postholders will gain a good working knowledge of the local and national funding landscape, as well as experience of raising important funds for a not-for-profit organisation.

    Time commitment

    5 hours per fortnight (2 per week plus a 1-hour fortnightly funding team meeting).

    Local citizen science coordinators

    Role description

    • To be a local contact point in your area for our citizen scientists
    • To undertake initial verification of data collected in your area

    Skills/Experience required

    • Some knowledge of UK marine wildlife desirable but training will be given

    Training/Experience provided

    Postholder will gain excellent knowledge of local marine species and a good working relationship with local citizen scientists.

    Time commitment

    One hour per week on average.

    Newsletter editor

    Role description

    • To produce our monthly email newsletter

    Skills/Experience required

    • Ideally suited to someone with a journalistic background or studying journalism
    • Previous experience with MailChimp desirable

    Training/Experience provided

    Full training on MailChimp will be provided if necessary as well as guidance on structure, format, and content of newsletters.

    Time commitment

    Six hours per month


    Role description

    • To maintain and regularly update our website content

    Skills/Experience required

    • Previous experience with WordPress website development is highly desirable
    • Previous experience with Elementor page-building software desirable

    Training/Experience provided

    Full training on the specifics of our website will be provided. The postholder will work closely with other members of our communication team.

    Time commitment

    5 hours per fortnight (2 per week plus a 1-hour fortnightly communications team meeting).

    Social media admins (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram)

    Role description

    • To lead and coordinate activity on one of our social media platforms
    • To help promote our activities, scientific communication and networking

    Skills/Experience required

    • Basic knowledge of the specific platform is essential
    • Training and experience of social strategy desirable

    Training/Experience provided

    Training on our social media strategy will be provided. Postholder will gain extensive experience working with our communications team.

    Time commitment

    Two hours per week

  • The Salvation Army - Falmouth logo

    The Salvation Army - Falmouth

    The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity, which has been fighting against social inequality and transforming lives for over 150 years. In Falmouth we work at the heart of the community supporting people, without discrimination. This includes children, students, elderly, homeless and families, in fact everyone. We seek to support the well being of all through a wide range of social action and social justice programmes and initiatives. This includes a cafe, community lunch programme, emergency assistance, charity shop, a children's club and parent and toddlers.
  • 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. 

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    University of Exeter

    We are a Russell Group University that is globally recognised as one of the top universities in terms of both quality of teaching and impact of research. Key to such successes are our two Cornwall Campuses: the Truro Campus, located at the Knowledge Spa near the Royal Cornwall Hospital, and the Penryn Campus, which is unique in the country for its joint use of space with the highly respected Falmouth University.
  • Walk the Walk logo

    Walk the Walk

    Walk the Walk is the UK’s largest grant-making breast cancer charity that is dedicated to not only raising money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes, but to also encourage women and men to become more aware of their own potential for fitness and well being. We organise the famous MoonWalk overnight power walking challenges and are immensely proud to have raised over £133m, which has been granted to research into breast cancer and to improve the lives of people living with cancer now.
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    Wheal Martyn

    Wheal Martyn is the UK’s only China Clay Mining museum with extensive grounds and historical buildings. Bursting at the seams with tools and machinery and real stories of Cornwall’s largest mining industry. Wheal Martyn is hoping to recruit volunteers to assist or lead in a range of activities for children and families as part of their Clay Works Project. Other volunteer opportunities include customer service in cafe, shop and museum; Curatorial tasks with museum collection; formal and informal education tasks, ground works and gardening.
  • Wild Futures' Monkey Sanctuary

    Wild Futures is a registered charity with five decades of experience as a leader in the field of primate welfare. We are committed to protecting primates and habitats worldwide, with the protection of non-human primates at the forefront of our work. Our safe haven for monkeys rescued from situations of abuse and neglect is The Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, which has an international reputation for levels of care and innovative management techniques. We rehabilitate rescued individuals so they can live in social groups and provide an environment where natural behaviours can develop.
  • YHA (England and Wales) logo

    YHA (England and Wales)

    YHA England and Wales has youth hostels in amazing locations in cities, towns, the countryside and by the sea. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to discover, explore and experience something new and what better way than through volunteering. Our mission is to reach out and enhance the lives of all young people, with the goal of reaching over one million young every year. As a volunteer with YHA you will contribute towards young people's experiences, giving them life skills like travelling independently, team working and inspiring them to aim high in their own lives.
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Penryn Campus
Penryn, Cornwall
TR10 9FE

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