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Volunteering Opportunity: Cafe Volunteer at Athletic Minds Foundation

  • Type of Activity:
    Catering
  • Cause / Interest:
    Mental health, Sport and recreation
  • Geographical Area(s):
    Sowerby Bridge
  • Times for the Opportunity:
    Any
  • Opportunity Type:
    Location
  • Volunteer Commitment:
    Long term (Commitment of at least 6 months expected)
  • Skills Required:
    Interpersonal skills, Practical, Problem solving
  • Skills To Gain:
    Interpersonal skills, Negotiation and influencing, Planning and organising, Practical, Problem solving
  • Additional / Specific Suitability:
    Doing with a friend, Older People, University students, Those looking for work

More Details About This Role

Food and drink preparation in the café

What Could Someone Gain From This Role?

Athletic Minds is a force for change. Every single person who is involved, loves being involved and gets so much out of their time with us. We are actively changing the stigma surrounding mental health. These roles are rewarding and you will get out just as much as you put in. The roles will also provide valuable skills and experience with a ground-breaking charity that can be transferable to paid roles elsewhere.

Requirements and Benefits

Most of our roles will require a weekly commitment, but we also have some opportunities for ad hoc volunteering, such as at events for example or when we are running workshops. We offer reasonable expenses and references. We are offering all of our volunteers places on our workshops, including Mental Health First Aid and Suicide Intervention and Prevention training. You will meet new people and become part of a fantastic community.

Age / Gender Restrictions

18+

Directions

Behind Sowerby Bridge Leisure Centre, we are based at Unit 16E, Sowerby Bridge Business Park, Victoria Road, Sowerby Bridge HX6 3AE. We are on a bus route and we are close to the train station. Car parking is also available

Accessibility

Unfortunately our centre is on the second floor and there is no disabled access.