Volunteer - Collection Tin Coordinator
Do you like getting out and about? Are you responsible and well organised? Are you keen to volunteer for a local charity? Then this role could be for you.
Guild Care is aa charity that has been making a difference to the lives of the people of Worthing and its surrounding areas since it was first established in 1933 by a small team of volunteers. Today we run three care homes and 30 community services helping over 3,000 people of all ages each year with professional staff and an army of amazing volunteers. We deliver innovative and life-changing care services which help older people, children and adults with a disability, those living with dementia and their carers, to share and enjoy a richer family and community life.
Like many charities, our fundraising has been hit hard by the COVID-19 restrictions and we're working hard to make up lost income.
Before the lockdown, we pushed our collection tins out to more shops, cafes, pubs and other public facing businesses in the local area. We are now looking for volunteers who can take on the role of coordinating our tins once these places open up again.
This is a flexible role (days and times to suit you). It would suit both drivers or non drivers – if you have access to a car (mileage expenses will be covered) and you’re willing to, you can cover a larger area of our network or if you don’t, you can coordinate the collection tins in your local community.
Your role will be to:
- Phone the businesses on a 3-month rolling basis to ask how they are getting on.
- Collect tins no longer wanted and deliver them back to Guild Care's fundraising office.
- Swap empty tins for full ones as and when required.
- Communicate / report any errors or issues to the Fundraising Officer.
- Be mindful of health and safety good practice and work accordingly.
- Be polite, courteous, professional and friendly to the rest of the team and customers.
- An ability to work well as part of a team and alone
- Enthusiasm, and commitment
- A good level of initiative and common sense
- Good communication skills
- An open and non-discriminatory attitude
- A flexible approach.
- This is an enjoyable role for people who like getting out and about.
- You will be making an important contribution to a local charity that makes a big difference to many people's lives.
- You will meet new people.
If you have transport - car or bike, then you will have the opportunity to cover a wide area if you wish.
If you don't have your own transport, then you can cover your own local area.
When do I need to be available?
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Where does this role take place?
Adur and Worthing
- Civic Responsibility and Communities
- Health and Social Care
- No specific interest
- Older People
- Disabled Access
- Equal Opportunities Policy or Statement
- Health and Safety
- Insurance Cover for Volunteers
- Suitable for 13 - 16 years
- Suitable for 16 - 18 years
- Suitable for a group of volunteers
- Suitable only for (e.g. 18+, LGBT, BAME, Women only)
- Support on Offer
- This role is adaptable for different abilities