When We Need You
From 28/04/2003 onwards
Volunteering opportunities: Befriend individual children/young people Work alongside staff with groups of children/young people Support children/young people and families to access services. This will enable volunteers a rewarding opportunity to help children and young people whilst obtaining their own personal development opportunities.
About Barnardos Hopscotch Project
To work with children/young people and families living with parents' problems with alcohol and other substances to help children reach their full potential and make positive choices.
Skills & Experience
As many as possible. committment, reliable, trustworthy, respecting the worth of other.
Angus. Public transport/private vehicles
Maturity in working with vulnerable children, youn
Application Form, Induction/Training, Informal Chat, Interview, Other, Police Check, References, Trial Period
Training and Induction Details
Child development, alcohol awareness/impact, and other relevant training relating to our work. Support and supervision - 6 weekly basis (could be more frequent if required-ongoing) Ongoing training -where and when appropriate.
Driving / escorting
Yes - weeky/monthly (volunteers preference)
No Wheelchair Access
Frequency & Commitment
2 hours per Week. Minimum Commitment: 1 Year
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
32 - 34 Guthrie Port
Contact: Volunteer Centre Angus
Tel: 01241 875525