Be Friends is a befriending project for children and young people with physical and/or learning disabilities.
This digital version of our Be Friends project is a befriending service for young people with a learning and/or physical disability.
This digital version of our Be Friends project is a befriending service for young people with a learning and/or physical disability who are living in the Vale of Glamorgan..
Volunteers are matched with an adult with disabilities and/or mental health conditions to do activities each week.
The role of the volunteer is to befriend and facilitate digital activities for an adult with disabilities and/or mental health conditions.
A fortnightly virtual bingo session for adults with disabilities and/or mental health conditions to come and play some bingo and win some great prizes!
Cardiff City FC Foundation provide sessions throughout the week for children with a disability, using sport as a tool to encourage physical health and activity, social interaction and improve confidence.
Volunteers needed to support with walking dogs in the shelter
Cardiff Women Aid are looking for volunteers to volunteer in a clean up and gardening project.
Bobath are looking for volunteers to help in their charity shops to help support with raising money to fund therapies for children who have cerebral palsy.
Club Night is an fun opportunity for volunteers to befriend adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health conditions whilst clubbing!
To adapt to the current pandemic and continue to provide support, we have worked with our partner Innovate Trust to provide a variety of weekly digital activities through Zoom.
The Drama Club is for individuals with a learning disability aged 18+
Volunteers aged 16-25 will tutor young people in two Cardiff Homework Clubs.
Volunteers aged 16+ will conduct one to one tuition sessions with a young person in their chosen subject.
Environmental Champions work on sustainability issues in Cardiff and organises fun activities throughout the year to make Cardiff a cleaner, greener, safer city.
Volunteers will help run parties for adults with disabilities and/or mental health conditions.
The Field Days Organic project provides skills and education for adults with learning disabilities where volunteers help out each week.
A new partnership for SVC, Food For Life Wales is a local food relief project managed by Ty Krishna Cymru. Current opportunities available include delivery driving and kitchen assistance.
A national project looking to bring together a resource for people living with dementia and their carers, and other vulnerable members of the community, to begin to support social and functional activity recovery as COVID-19 restrictions are eased.
Going Green Together (GGT) aims to bring the community together on a shared vision of a safer and greener South East Wales, by connecting volunteers and adults with additional needs to work together on environmentally-friendly activities
Our new Health and Wellbeing project is a digital project that teaches adults with disabilities and/or mental health conditions new skills.
This project is an opportunity for volunteers to befriend and facilitate activities for beneficiaries digitally. A group of volunteers facilitate a 1 hour Zoom session each week for beneficiaries at the centre on Tuesdays at 12pm.
A new digital project for the 2020/21 academic year, that aims to provide a fun and supportive online space for adults with disabilities and/or mental health conditions to share their passions and express themselves.
Karaoke Club is a fantastic opportunity for adults with learning disabilities to get together for a song and dance, and a chance to catch up with old friends or meet new faces over Zoom.
LOL Fridays is a fantastic social club for young adults with Down's syndrome. Volunteers will be helping to run activities, and making sure everyone gets involved!
Our project LOL Fridays has been adapted to a fortnightly virtual social club on a Friday.
Meet and Greet support at Cardiff and Vale Vaccination Centres!
Volunteers support South Wales Police with a variety of crime prevention and community engagement initiatives across Cardiff & the Vale of Glamorgan.
Volunteers support South Wales Police with crime prevention and community engagement initiatives across Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT), Merthyr, and Bridgend/Porthcawl.
Working alongside our partner Innovate Trust, this is a weekly group session for adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, and mental health conditions, and provides a virtual social space where we can get together and have some fun.
Race Equality First are looking for Volunteer Champions to help promote their message and become equality advocates.
Race Equality First are looking for a number of volunteers who can speak a range of languages, who would be willing to offer their time and support with translation for our Advocacy service.
A remote project set up to sew face covers for adults with disabilities and/ or mental health conditions and the staff that support them.
Volunteers will support with a variety of different South Wales Fire Service activities including community events, station open days and many more!
Volunteer support needed in charity retail shops
Volunteers support adults with disabilities to participate in a weekly 30 minute horseback ride.
An afternoon tea project for adults with disabilities to socialise and meet new people over a cuppa and a slice of cake.
Tŷ Hafan are looking for charity shop volunteers, to help them support children with life-limiting conditions and "ensuring a short life is a full life".
This is a respite project for young carers in Cardiff, split into 'kids' and 'teens', where volunteers take the children out on fun day trips throughout the year.
SVC’s Young Carers Digital Befriending project is a befriending service run for young carers.
The Young Carers Club has changed format due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead of our monthly activity trips for our Kids and Teens groups, we are now running fortnightly group activity sessions over video call for our young carers to engage with.