Parkinson's UK local groups offer friendship, support, and numerous activities for people affected by Parkinson's.
In Reigate the group is a core part of the local Parkinson's community. Joining as helper means you will be too - meeting new people and building new relationships.
You could be putting the kettle on, to give a warm welcome to new group attendees, or making sure the group activities run smoothly - and all activities are open to you too.
This role is flexible, and can be tweaked to suit the time you have to give. Our staff and existing volunteers will be there to support you every step of the way.
As part of recruitment, you will be asked to provide a reference for this role. Speak to your staff contact for more information.
Why we want you Local groups across the UK are run by volunteers and offer friendship and support to people living with Parkinson's and their families and friends. The friendly faces and warm welcome provided by support group helpers means attendees get the most from the group, with the activities on offer running smoothly.
What you will be doing Welcome new people when they come along to activities for the first time
Promote the group and Parkinson's UK in your community
Help setting up and clearing up after group meetings - supporting other volunteers during busy periods
Assist at events, which may include serving refreshments, handling registrations and raffles
Contribute ideas for fundraising, activities and potential speakers
What's in it for you You'll make new friends and meet new people, both in the branch and in the local community
You'll be making a real difference for people affected by Parkinson's in your community
Developing valuable organisational and people skills
You'll be part of a movement of people improving the lives of people affected by Parkinson's
The skills you need Strong administrative, organisational, communication and IT skills to ensure the smooth running of the group.
Collaborative and team focused, as you will need to gather and distribute information to everyone involved
A positive outlook to make things happen in our local community
Largely home based, with monthly meetings at a suitable venue.
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