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SummaryAspire Foundation need volunteers with a range of life experiences, skills and knowledge to fill various positions we have available.
We run several groups within our Children & Families Centres across Cheltenham & Tewkesbury. We are looking for highly motivated individuals to support with the delivery of our groups. This would include supporting with setting/clearing up, engaging with both the children and parent/carers, supporting with activities this could include messy play. Supporting our qualified Community Family Workers with the planning/evaluation of the group.
If you feel that this role best suits you and you can commit to dedicating 2.5 hours per week then please feel free to complete the Volunteer Application Form.
This position is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
In return for dedicating your time and experience to us, we will provide you with good quality training, ongoing support and a sense of achievement.
Volunteers play a significant role in helping us to deliver our services, providing rewarding opportunities for personal and skill development, strengthening work experience and employability.
If you have experience with working with Children & Families, have the passion to help others or simply wanting to give something back to your local Community, then you could be a great asset to our ever-expanding volunteering team.
References are requested for all volunteers and fully enhanced DBS will be carried out, before your volunteering starts with us. All costs for the DBS will be covered by the Foundation.
Aspire Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment.
What we will provide to volunteers🤝 Extra support
About Aspire Foundation
We have over 20 years’ experience of delivering successful, high-quality early intervention services and educational programmes to families with young children. These include local Sure Start programmes, family support services, children’s centres, primary schools and early year’s settings.
We aim for children and families to achieve their potential together through the provision of support, information, learning and play opportunities.