|Name:||Community Hub Volunteer Frome|
|Organisation:||KeyRing Living Support Networks|
|Location:||Cheese and Grain, Market Yard, Justice Lane, Frome, Somerset, BA11 1BE|
We have set up two community hubs per week of 3 hours each. Ideally, we would like prospective volunteers to be able to volunteer at one of the hubs (3 hours per week). However, any time given is always appreciated!
KeyRing supports adults with a learning disability in Frome to live an independent and fulfilling life. Our vision is for vulnerable people to be at the heart of their communities, sharing skills and talents for the whole communities benefit. This ‘vision’ has led us to establishing two community hubs per week in the heart of Frome, and we would love your help!
What are we looking for?
We are looking for empathetic and community minded individuals, who are able to donate 3 hours per week of their time to a fantastic cause.
What do the community hubs entail?
Our weekly hubs are led by our members. They choose the activity or theme of the hub sessions and we are looking for volunteers to help facilitate this. As an example, previous hub sessions have included;
• Help with employability skills such as CV writing.
• Literacy and numeracy classes.
• Informative speakers, such as PCSO’S and ‘Healthy hearts’.
• Support with paperwork and signposting.
• Trips out to local attractions.
• Fun and social activities such as quizzes and bingo.
Who are KeyRing?
KeyRing are a national charity who have pioneered a unique model of support, focussing on the skills and abilities of people said to have learning difficulties. Inspired by those we work with, together we help people build the life they want and strengthen the communities in which we are placed. We are now looking to develop this model to create a more flexible range of support options and to work with other groups of people.
KeyRing exists to improve the life chances of KeyRing Members, and enable them to take control and responsibility for their lives thereby achieving their full potential. KeyRing believes that inclusion is the key to people living as full citizens, and seeks to promote it in all we do. KeyRing challenges attitudes and approaches that exclude and demean.
Our vision is for vulnerable people to be at the heart of their communities, sharing skills and talents for the whole communities benefit.
No specific qualifications or experience are required, as training and support is provided
• Places you at the heart of a fantastic community, whilst making a positive impact on vulnerable adult’s lives.
• A great way to meet new people.
• A good route into social care and good for your CV
• Reference on completion
Application form, Informal discussion, References, DBS Check