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  • Action Tutoring logo

    Action Tutoring

    Action Tutoring is a national charity tackling education inequality in Newcastle. We want to ensure all pupils, regardless of their background, are given the support needed to achieve.

  • Altitude Foundation logo

    Altitude Foundation

    Altitude Foundation enables young people with untapped potential to pursue their passion for technology, get their first job, and inspire others to do the same.

    Across three age-targeted programmes, we provide the finances, social capital, opportunities and supportive relationships needed to prepare for and succeed in tertiary education.

  • Alzheimer's Society logo

    Alzheimer's Society

    Alzheimer’s Society is a charity that supports people living with a diagnosis of dementia.

    Our 3,000 services across England, Wales and Northern Ireland offer information, care and support to people with dementia, their families, friends and carers. These include Dementia Cafés, Singing for the Brain® sessions, and Dementia Advisers, Dementia Support Workers and Side by Side volunteers who support people to keep doing the things they enjoy.

  • Campus Children's Homes logo

    Campus Children's Homes

    We are an entirely voluntary student-run charity that provide free respite holidays for children aged 6-13 from Liverpool.

    Our children are referred to us by parents, social services and other organisations e.g. Barnardo's for a break from their difficult home lives.

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    CDM

    The Career Development Module is a 20 credit module for second year, final year and masters students with optional module choices in their degree programme. Students undertake 70 hours volunteering within the local community to develop graduate skills

  • Challenges Abroad logo

    Challenges Abroad

    Challenges Abroad combine community development with adventure to provide unforgettable volunteer experiences.

    Challenges Abroad combine community development with adventure to provide unforgettable volunteer experiences. We are delighted to be working with Newcastle RAG this year on two challenges: 

    • Peru Amazon Challenge- one week exploring the Amazon Rainforest followed by one week volunteering on environmental   programmes. 
    • Nepal Community Challenge- two weeks volunteering in the Kathmandu Valley, delivering workshops in partner schools on conversational english, STEM and life skills. 

    All programmes support the work of our partner charity, the Futuresense Founation who are working towards achieeving the UN Sustainable Development Goals. 

  • Chopwell and Rowlands Gill Live at Home Scheme logo

    Chopwell and Rowlands Gill Live at Home Scheme

    Providing services for older people in the local community. The aim of our scheme is to encourage and enable older people to remain in their own homes and to retain their independence.

    We also help to combat social isolation in this rural area and assist our Members to be included/involved in their local community again.

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    Citizens Advice Gateshead

    As an independent local charity that has been established for over 60 years we have grown into one of the biggest providers of Citizens Advice services nationally.

    People often think they know us because they recognise the infinitely trusted and respected Citizens Advice brand. That's not surprising, as over an 80 year history 'Citizens Advice' has become a household name that's synonymous with free, quality, impartial advice and information, giving people the help they need to find their way forward.

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    Citizens Advice North Tyneside

    We are an independent charity that offers free, confidential advice online and over the telephone to clients in numerous enquiry areas.

    We provide advice to help clients understand their rights and what they can do about them.

  • Coronavirus Tutoring Initiative (CTI) logo

    Coronavirus Tutoring Initiative (CTI)

    CTI is an organisation offering free tutoring to students who need it during the Coronavirus pandemic and beyond.

    We have a phenomenally high demand for tutors, and are looking for any university students who have a spare hour in their week to volunteer to support a young person in their studies!

  • FareShare North East logo

    FareShare North East

    FareShare North East take in good and in date food destined for landfill and distribute it to community groups and vulnerable people in the local area.

    We currently supply 129 community groups with food who in turn provide food to over 10,000 people each.

  • Friends Action North East logo

    Friends Action North East

    Friends Action is a local charity that supports and champions friendship for adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues.

    We aim to create supportive friendships for our vulnerable adults, with an aim to address the negative impacts of social isolation. Loneliness can be detrimental to our physical and mental health, so let’s help build friendships and make our community a happier place.

  • Gateshead Council

    You'll get as much out of volunteering as you put in. Whatever your age, ability or background, giving whatever time you can, will make a difference to everyone's life - including your own!

  • Girls Friendly Society logo

    Girls Friendly Society

    GFS offers weekly groups for girls and young women to meet friends, learn more about themselves and grow in confidence. We support volunteers throughout England and Wales to run girls-only groups with

  • Go Volunteer logo

    Go Volunteer

    Here at Go Volunteer we want to help you find the perfect volunteering opportunity. you want to develop skills in an area relevant to your chosen career; work on your personal development or just lend a helping hand in the local community, we’re here to help you get started. We manage our own community projects, including N.E.S.T; Stu Brew; Study Support; Art into Schools; It on the Move and many, many more. We also work with over 150 charities, schools, community and voluntary groups to offer a diverse range of opportunities. NOTE: NOT compatible with Career Development Module
  • GoodGym Newcastle logo

    GoodGym Newcastle

    GoodGym makes it easy to get fit by doing good.

    We’re a group of runners that combines regular exercise with helping our communities. All are welcome to join us!

  • Human Appeal logo

    Human Appeal

    Wherever and whenever there is a humanitarian disaster, you’ll find Human Appeal. We act as a global agent of change, working in conflict areas, natural disaster zones and refugee camps.

  • Into Schools logo

    Into Schools

    NUSU Into Schools is an outreach project aiming to raise aspirations, encourage students to think about Higher Education and showcase the 'real student experience'.

    Volunteering in schools is a fantastic way to gain experience working with children, develop important employability skills, as well as giving back to the community. There are a number of different ways that you can get involved with volunteering in schools whether it's delivering an outreach session as part of a society, visiting your old school to talk about your experiences or sharing your subject expertise to support GCSE or A-Level students.

    You may even have your own unique idea about an outreach project!

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    Kids Kabin

    Kids Kabin provides creative and practical activities for disadvantaged children aged 7-13 in Walker.

    Activities include pottery, cookery, woodwork, music, dance, film making, bike repairs and arts and crafts. We run these activities from the main Kids Kabin centre in Church Walk and also in community centres and church halls in other areas. During the summer months we also run street workshops using our fleet of activity trailers pulled along by bicycle – these include a street kitchen, pottery wheel, wood carving trailer and bike repair workshop.

  • Live Well North East Holiday Club logo

    Live Well North East Holiday Club

    Working throughout the North East of England, Live Well North East CIC provides a wide range of wellbeing services all uniquely designed and delivered to enrich and empower lives.

  • Moving Forward Gateshead logo

    Moving Forward Gateshead

    Moving Forward Gateshead helps anyone who is affected by mental ill-health to get back on their feet.

    Our team helps people to find activities in the community that match their own interests and aspirations. Everyone using the service has a Link Worker, whose job it is to help the person find the right activity at the right time and place, giving just the right amount of support to make this work. Our Link Workers all have a vast amount of knowledge of what’s out there.

  • Newcastle and Gateshead Council logo

    Newcastle and Gateshead Council

    Gateshead and Newcastle Councils are looking to recruit to a shared team of volunteers supporting people who have experienced or been affected by anti-social behaviour.

  • Newcastle Vikings Handball Club logo

    Newcastle Vikings Handball Club

    Newcastle Vikings is the first handball club in the North East of England. One of the key foundations of our culture is to welcome anyone who wants to learn, play and enjoy handball.

  • onHand logo

    onHand

    Originating in London, onHand is a mobile app that makes giving and getting help simple.

    Addressing the social issues of the growing care-gap and an aging population that have only been exacerbated by the outbreak of COVID-19, our DBS checked volunteers help vulnerable and older adults who need a hand with everyday tasks such as shopping, medication collection, dog walking, tech help and other errands. We like to say that there is 'no job too small'. We are currently working in partnership with Newcastle Building Society and the National Innovation Centre for Aging who have supported us in bringing onHand to the North East. 

  • Otermans Institute logo

    Otermans Institute

    Otermans Institute (OI) provides free professional development and soft skills training support to some of the most disadvantaged students mainly in the countries of Nepal, Bangladesh, and India.

  • Ouseburn Farm logo

    Ouseburn Farm

    Ouseburn Farm is a registered charity, a working farmyard, gardens and popular visitor centre, that attracts 30,000 people every year.

    Ouseburn Farm is a registered charity, a working farmyard, gardens and popular visitor centre, that attracts 30,000 people every year.  We also provide work experience and friendship for vulnerable people and teach children and young people how to look after the environment.

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    SEARCH

    SEARCH is a small voluntary organisation based in Benwell. We aim to improve the quality of life of older people and their carers who are living in the West of Newcastle.

    Due to the unprecedented situation with Coronavirus, SEARCH needs flexible and willing volunteers to undertake a variety of tasks to assist those in need in the community. This role is to support Search Friends (Clients) to access a variety of communication methods using phone and tablet computers.

     

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    Sight Loss Council

    Sight Loss Councils are currently expanding their reach across England to enable people who are blind or partially sighted the opportunity to influence positive change and improve services.

    Each Sight Loss Council aims to make a difference by representing the voice of blind and partially sighted people in the key areas of health, employment, education, transport, technology, and sport.

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    SolidariTee

    SolidariTee is the UK’s largest entirely student- run international charity which supports the international assistance of refugees and asylum seekers.

    We raise funds for legal aid through the medium of selling T-Shirts. We also raise awareness of the crisis and offer grants to legal aid non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) and individuals working in this field to assist Europe’s most vulnerable. 

  • St Oswald's Hospice logo

    St Oswald's Hospice

    St Oswald's Hospice provides specialist hospice care to North East adults, young people and children with life-limiting conditions. Over 1,400 volunteers offer their services to us on a regular basis.

    Volunteers work alongside our paid staff and offer their skills, experience and expertise to every department within the Hospice. They are, quite simply, the lifeblood of St Oswald’s and we wouldn’t be able to operate without them. We have over 120 different volunteering roles: working directly with patients; in a support role; in our shops or Fundraising team.

  • Success 4 All logo

    Success 4 All

    Success4All is an educational charity that runs Learning Hubs and clubs in less affluent areas across Newcastle.

    We provide safe spaces to learn with access to resources, the internet and support from volunteer Tutor Befrienders in the aim to give everyone an equal opportunity to succeed in education

  • Tailored Leisure logo

    Tailored Leisure

    Tailored Leisure Co (TLC) provides a leisure service for people with physical limitations. We are run by people with disabilities, for people with disabilities in the North East.

  • TalkCampus logo

    TalkCampus

    TalkCampus is an online 24/7 mental health support network for students across the world, providing a place where students can talk about whatever is on their mind.

  • The Access Project logo

    The Access Project

    The Access Project is an education charity supporting young people from disadvantaged backgrounds in London, Birmingham and the Black Country, and the East Midlands.

    The project provides in-school support which includes 1 to 1 mentoring, university trips and workshops as well as personalised academic tuition, to help disadvantaged young people gain places at top-third ranked universities. 

     

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    The Comfrey Project

    The Comfrey Project is a charity which works with refugees and people seeking asylum at our centre in Windmill Hills, Gateshead, and two allotment sites.

    Our aim is to improve their conditions of life and general wellbeing, while building skills, resilience, confidence, self-esteem and purpose.

  • The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust logo

    The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest NHS trusts in the UK, offering a wider range of specialist services than any other.