Joint Commissioning Strategy for Adults with a Learning Disability
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We are looking for volunteers in Cardiff and Bridgend
If you would like to make a difference to someone with a disability we would love to hear from you!
Cardiff & Bridgend Befrienders – Role Description
We are looking for volunteers to befriend an individual on a one to one basis. Volunteers are matched to an individual and join them in doing activities which they both enjoy, such as going to the gym, concerts, football matches, or even just for a cup of coffee on a regular basis. Whether you've got a hobby that you would like to share, a particular interest, or simply love having a chat over a cup of coffee, you could be helping someone achieve a life goal.
Cardiff Social Activities Groups – Role Description
We are looking for volunteers to join one of our social groups which meet on a weekday evening on a fortnightly basis to do activities such as going for meals, bowling, cinema or any other activity they want to try.
Bridgend Craft Groups – Role Description
We are looking for volunteers to help at one of our Craft groups which take place in the Bridgend area on Tuesdays during the daytime. Volunteers help the group members get involved in a range of arts and crafts projects.
Bridgend Allotment – Role Description
We are looking for volunteers to help us develop our allotment. Volunteers are needed to help us get the allotment kick-started for the year and start growing.
We are particularly interested in hearing from any Welsh speakers.
Click here for more information and to apply.
Click here to view our Cardiff Social Activities Project Impact Report.
We are looking for volunteers, aged 18 or over, who are able to give their time, on a weekly or fortnightly basis, preferably for at least 6 months. Training, induction and ongoing support will be provided through a Volunteer Coordinator. DBS is undertaken for all volunteers. This is a voluntary role, however, out-of-pocket expenses - such as travel, entry fees, or light refreshments - can also be provided. Volunteering at mirus can be a great way to learn new skills, make friends, and it makes you feel good!
If this sound like something you would like to get involved with or for more information, you can contact one of our volunteer coordinator at:
telephone: 02920 236 216