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car radio installer

I need a speaker to be replaced in my freelander. I have new speaker. it needs fitting.

15 Oct
100 credits
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Cheerful and enthusiastic volunteers for Royal Parks Half Marathon Team Save the Children

Do you like to be part of a fun and enthusiastic team? Would you like some experience volunteering at the Royal Parks Half Marathon and be part of the action on the first line? We are looking for masseurs, two cheer managers and a very loud cheer team. We will be based at Green Park, the Mall and Hyde Park between 09:00a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Every volunteer gets a T-shirt, reasonable travel expenses, snacks and the chance to be part of the best cheering team among the route. Just sent an enthusiastic e-mail to e.bauwens@savethechildren.org.uk.

18 Sep
150 credits
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Collection at Manchester City's Etihad Stadium

Francis House Children's Hospice is looking for some wonderful volunteers for another collection at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium! Are you available on Sunday 24th May? It’s the last game of the season, so it should be a full house. We’re hoping to have around 40 collectors there to make sure we have all bases covered! Those of you who came last time raised a fantastic £2684.89! Can we beat that? Let’s hope so! Kick Off is 3pm so we will need people there from 12pm to start collecting until Kick Off at 3pm. We will most likely be meeting in the car park over the bridge (Joe Mercer Way) behind the stadium, where we met last time. I’m just waiting for the car park pass from Man City! If you are able to come along and collect, please let me know. If you know anyone who might like to join us, please bring them along! I hope to hear from you soon. Best wishes, Chris Swinton chris.swinton@francishouse.org.uk

6 May
100 credits
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Administration Assistant

How you will make a difference to cats and people: Cats Protection helps thousands of cats across the UK each year thanks to our network of dedicated volunteers. This role works with others to facilitate the smooth running of our volunteer branches, groups and adoption centres. By providing valued administrative support your skills, time and enthusiasm will help others to directly help cats in need in your community. How volunteering for Cats Protection can make a big difference to you: • You will get a lot of personal satisfaction and enjoyment from your volunteering role • You will have the opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens in your community and across the UK • You will be able to develop new skills, expand your knowledge and use your existing expertise • You will meet new people, make new friendships and work as part of a dedicated team • You will become a key member in the UK’s largest feline charity What the role involves: • Ensuring that all information is recorded and accessible • Responding to enquiries from members of the group and the general public • Distributing leaflets • Filing • Sending information to supporters, other volunteers and NCC Skills and experience which are expected and/or can be developed in this role: • Good administrative and organisational skills • Ability to work independently and as part of a team • Previous experience in office administration would be an advantage Financial experience would also be beneficial Time expectation: This is a flexible role with time commitment of 2-3 hours per week not unusual. This role can be shared with other volunteers.

7 Jan
4 credits
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Volunteer education Speaker Northern Ireland

How you can make a difference: As a speaker, you will act as an ambassador for Cats Protection and play a key role in raising awareness of how the charity makes a big difference in the lives of thousands of cats and kittens in need each year across the UK. What the role involves: Through giving talks and holding information sessions for local community groups and in schools, you will raise awareness of the importance of feline welfare in the local community and help people to understand and encourage them to become involved in the work of Cats Protection. Skills and experience required or could be developed: • Good presentation and communication skills. • Confidence and passion for feline welfare. • Knowledge of local community networks. • Experience in public speaking would be an advantage. Time this role requires: • This is a flexible role with time commitment varying from a few hours a week to a few hours a month. How we will support you: • Your contact for this role will provide you with day to day support, guidance and direction and your staff contact will work with others to ensure that you have a positive, enjoyable volunteering experience. What you can gain from volunteering with Cats Protection: • The opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK. • The opportunity to develop new and existing skills. • The opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team. • To gain experience working as a important member of the team in the UK’s leading feline welfare charity.

5 Jan
4 credits
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Volunteer Education speaker Bristol

How you can make a difference: As a speaker, you will act as an ambassador for Cats Protection and play a key role in raising awareness of how the charity makes a big difference in the lives of thousands of cats and kittens in need each year across the UK. What the role involves: Through giving talks and holding information sessions for local community groups and in schools, you will raise awareness of the importance of feline welfare in the local community and help people to understand and encourage them to become involved in the work of Cats Protection. Skills and experience required or could be developed: • Good presentation and communication skills. • Confidence and passion for feline welfare. • Knowledge of local community networks. • Experience in public speaking would be an advantage. Time this role requires: • This is a flexible role with time commitment varying from a few hours a week to a few hours a month. How we will support you: • Your contact for this role: ,will provide you with day to day support, guidance and direction and your staff contact, , will work with others to ensure that you have a positive, enjoyable volunteering experience. What you can gain from volunteering with Cats Protection: • The opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK. • The opportunity to develop new and existing skills. • The opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team. • To gain experience working as a important member of the team in the UK’s leading feline welfare charity.

5 Jan
4 credits
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Volunteer Education speaker East Devon

How you can make a difference: As a speaker, you will act as an ambassador for Cats Protection and play a key role in raising awareness of how the charity makes a big difference in the lives of thousands of cats and kittens in need each year across the UK. What the role involves: Through giving talks and holding information sessions for local community groups and in schools, you will raise awareness of the importance of feline welfare in the local community and help people to understand and encourage them to become involved in the work of Cats Protection. Skills and experience required or could be developed: • Good presentation and communication skills. • Confidence and passion for feline welfare. • Knowledge of local community networks. • Experience in public speaking would be an advantage. Time this role requires: • This is a flexible role with time commitment varying from a few hours a week to a few hours a month. How we will support you: • Your contact for this role: ,will provide you with day to day support, guidance and direction and your staff contact, , will work with others to ensure that you have a positive, enjoyable volunteering experience. What you can gain from volunteering with Cats Protection: • The opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK. • The opportunity to develop new and existing skills. • The opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team. • To gain experience working as a important member of the team in the UK’s leading feline welfare charity.

5 Jan
4 credits
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Volunteer education Speaker Torquay

How you can make a difference: As a speaker, you will act as an ambassador for Cats Protection and play a key role in raising awareness of how the charity makes a big difference in the lives of thousands of cats and kittens in need each year across the UK. What the role involves: Through giving talks and holding information sessions for local community groups and in schools, you will raise awareness of the importance of feline welfare in the local community and help people to understand and encourage them to become involved in the work of Cats Protection. Skills and experience required or could be developed: • Good presentation and communication skills. • Confidence and passion for feline welfare. • Knowledge of local community networks. • Experience in public speaking would be an advantage. Time this role requires: • This is a flexible role with time commitment varying from a few hours a week to a few hours a month. How we will support you: • Your contact for this role: ,will provide you with day to day support, guidance and direction and your staff contact, , will work with others to ensure that you have a positive, enjoyable volunteering experience. What you can gain from volunteering with Cats Protection: • The opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK. • The opportunity to develop new and existing skills. • The opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team. • To gain experience working as a important member of the team in the UK’s leading feline welfare charity.

5 Jan
4 credits
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Volunteer Education Speaker Teignbridge and Totnes

How you can make a difference: As a speaker, you will act as an ambassador for Cats Protection and play a key role in raising awareness of how the charity makes a big difference in the lives of thousands of cats and kittens in need each year across the UK. What the role involves: Through giving talks and holding information sessions for local community groups and in schools, you will raise awareness of the importance of feline welfare in the local community and help people to understand and encourage them to become involved in the work of Cats Protection. Skills and experience required or could be developed: • Good presentation and communication skills. • Confidence and passion for feline welfare. • Knowledge of local community networks. • Experience in public speaking would be an advantage. Time this role requires: • This is a flexible role with time commitment varying from a few hours a week to a few hours a month. How we will support you: • Your contact for this role will provide you with day to day support, guidance and direction and your staff contact will work with others to ensure that you have a positive, enjoyable volunteering experience. What you can gain from volunteering with Cats Protection: • The opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK. • The opportunity to develop new and existing skills. • The opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team. • To gain experience working as a important member of the team in the UK’s leading feline welfare charity.

5 Jan
4 credits
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VOLUNTEER TREASURER

How you will make a difference to cats and people: As a charity Cats Protection relies solely on generous donations from people who love cats. This role is of great importance for keeping an eye on your volunteer group’s finances, ensuring your group has the money in the bank to help cats in your area. How volunteering for Cats protection can make a big difference to you: • You will get a lot of personal satisfaction and enjoyment from your volunteering role • You will have the opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens in your community and across the UK • You will be able to develop new skills, expand your knowledge and use your existing expertise • You will meet new people, make new friendships and work as part of a dedicated team • You will become a key member in the UK’s largest feline welfare charity What the role involves: • Maintaining accurate financial records and following Cats Protection’s financial procedures • Regularly reporting financial records via Cashlog (CP supplied software) • Paying invoices and volunteer expenses • Working with others to ensure the group has sufficient funds to meet expenditure • Updating and advising the committee on income received, expenditure and available funds • Preparing budgets • Managing and monitoring all donations made to the group • Working with others to ensure financial procedures are followed e.g. Gift Aid returns, VAT claims, shop accounts • Playing a key role in the committee/volunteer team

19 Nov
5 credits
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VOLUNTEER EDUCATION SPEAKER

How you can make a difference: As a speaker, you will act as an ambassador for Cats Protection and play a key role in raising awareness of how the charity makes a big difference in the lives of thousands of cats and kittens in need each year across the UK. What the role involves: Through giving talks and holding information sessions for local community groups and in schools, you will raise awareness of the importance of feline welfare in the local community and help people to understand and encourage them to become involved in the work of Cats Protection. Skills and experience required or could be developed: • Good presentation and communication skills. • Confidence and passion for feline welfare. • Knowledge of local community networks. • Experience in public speaking would be an advantage. Time this role requires: • This is a flexible role with time commitment varying from a few hours a week to a few hours a month. How we will support you: • Your contact for this role: ,will provide you with day to day support, guidance and direction and your staff contact, , will work with others to ensure that you have a positive, enjoyable volunteering experience. What you can gain from volunteering with Cats Protection: • The opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens across the UK. • The opportunity to develop new and existing skills. • The opportunity to meet new people and work as part of a dedicated team. • To gain experience working as a important member of the team in the UK’s leading feline welfare charity.

19 Nov
5 credits
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VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

‘Being Coordinator has helped me not only expand my knowledge and understanding of cats and their welfare but has enabled me to utilise and develop ‘people skills’ such as communication, teambuilding and motivation. I have also made some wonderful friends!’ Mary Wood, Cheltenham Branch. How you will make a difference to cats and people: In this multifaceted and rewarding role as a Co-ordinator of a Cats Protection volunteer group, you will be the driving force behind the work of your group in making a big difference to cats in your local area. How volunteering for Cats Protection can make a big difference to you: • You will get a lot of personal satisfaction and enjoyment from your volunteering role • You will have the opportunity to make a real difference to cats and kittens in your community and across the UK • You will be able to develop new skills, expand your knowledge and use your existing expertise • You will meet new people, make new friendships and work as part of a dedicated team • You will become a key member in the UK’s largest feline charity What the role involves: • Supporting and managing all volunteer team leaders in the group • Maintaining good communications within the group, with other CP volunteers and groups, colleagues at NCC and other animal welfare groups • Working closely with the RDM in your region to strategically plan the groups activity • Ensuring the group promotes a positive and professional image of Cats Protection • Ensuring the group works within charity governance best practice and complies with law • Leading the group in adhering to Cats Protections policies, procedures and guidelines • Working with your team, your RDM and your NCC colleagues to develop and maintain financial sustainability for your group

19 Nov
5 credits
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