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Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance

Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance logo

We are a charity that provides Helicopter Emergency Medical Services.

Volunteer Tin Collection Co-ordinator

This opportunity takes place between 01 Mar 2020 and 31 Dec 2020.

Do you enjoy being part of your local community? Are you looking for a flexible volunteering opportunity with the chance to meet new people and make a difference?

We need your help to raise awareness and increase income for The Air Ambulance Service by placing collection tins and coordinating the collection of these in your local area.

Typically the role could include:

  • Placing and servicing collection tins
  • Approaching local companies, groups and supporters to have a tin
  • Working with local business to coordinate the collection of tins when full
  • Communicating with our fundraising team to manage the distribution of tins

This role is very flexible, any time you can give helps us to fund our lifesaving missions. As the charity will invest time in processing your application and providing you with training to carry out your role we ask that you commit to a minimum of 2 hours per month.

In return we'll give you all the information you need to be successful in the role, provide training, support from a Community Fundraising Executive in your area and the opportunity to gain experience working for a national charity

Hours per week

Flexible

Hours details

Flexible

Training available

As a volunteer you will have access to our volunteer portal where you will be able to access e-learning modules for additional training.

Location

Coventry

DBS required?

No

Benefits to self

As a Tin Collection Co-ordinator you will gain experience of working with local businesses and meeting new people. These are great transferable skills for your future career.

Benefits to others

We don't receive any government funding so by placing our collection tins you are helping us to fundraise which keeps our helicopters flying.

Time commitment

This role is very flexible, any time you can give helps us to fund our lifesaving missions. As the charity will invest time in processing your application and providing you with training to carry out your role we ask that you commit to a minimum of 2 hours per month.

Support

In return we'll give you all the information you need to be successful in the role, provide training, support from a Community Fundraising Executive in your area and the opportunity to gain experience working for a national charity

Expenses

Travel expenses can be paid on a discretionary basis
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Employability skills

  • Transferable Skills 0