The S.M.A.R.T (Striving, Motivated and Resilience Team) Project is funded by a grant from the Volunteering Wales Grant Fund, provided by WCVA and Welsh Government.
The project can offer volunteering work in a wide range of areas and positions within Threshold-DAS or outside of the organisation with carefully matched partner organisations.
Induction training will be provided, and volunteers will be further offered Accredited Agored Cymru Qualifications in subjects including Volunteering and Community Development, Safeguarding, Enterprise & Entrepreneurship, Employability Skills etc.,
Volunteer opportunities through the SMART Project have so far included;
- Administration work
- IT work
- Reception and customer service work
- Working with children and young people
- Database design
- Finance work
- Support in delivering accredited educational delivery programmes
- Website support
- Publicity and marketing
- Fundraising and organizing of events,
- Refuge support
Volunteer Tea & Coffee Mornings take place every Wednesday (10.00 – 12.00) at Threshold-DAS’s Outreach Office and events are publicized through Threshold-DAS’s Facebook page.
For more information, please contact Teresa Evans-Armstrong (Volunteering Coordinator) on 01554 752422 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 01.11.2018