Volunteers for Moseley - this page is always being updated

new vacancy Moseley and Kings Heath Placemakers Volunteer Coordinator

  • Are you passionate about the potential of volunteering and civic engagement?
  • Do you have a deep commitment to equalities and working with people from a range of backgrounds?
  • Are you actively involved in volunteering yourself and/or in supporting volunteers?
  • Do you have an excellent knowledge of the voluntary and community sector in Moseley and Kings Heath?
  • We are looking to recruit a lead for the Moseley and Kings Heath Place-Maker project. This will be a part time role at 21 hours a week, on a fixed term basis for 12months. Salary: Pro-rata salary of between £19,000 to £22,000 dependent on skills and experience. Download the full job description below.

    Local organisations seeking volunteers

    Moseley Society

    Moseley Hall Dovecote (Alcester Road ,Moseley, B13 8JL) is an 18th Century building in the grounds of Moseley Hall Hospital. The Moseley Society maintain the Dovecote and the adjacent Cowhouse. Volunteers are always welcome and needed, to help with general gardening. We meet on the 1st., 3rd., and 5th. Sundays of the month from about 10.45 am onwards. In addition to gardening, we also need help with stewarding .The Dovecote is open to the public on the afternoon of the last Saturday of the month from March to September. We also take part in Moseley in Bloom's Open Gardens in June, when again we need stewards and other helpers. Contact Helen Minovi for more information by email minovi@btinternet.com

    Moseley Forum

    Moseley in Bloom

    Moseley Park and Pool

    Moseley Bog and Joys Wood

    Moseley Festival

    Moseley Farmers' Market

    220th St. Agnes Scout Group

    The Scout Group are keen to find new leaders to sustain the different sections of the group: Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. If you're interested in helping out full training and support is available. Contact email join@colevalleysouth.org.uk

    Moseley Local History Group

    The Moseley History Group carries out research into the history of the Moseley community - its people, its businesses, its buildings and its institutions. The Group has recently received a donation of Britannic Assurance in-house magazines from 1930 to 1997 and is looking for volunteers to search the magazines for interesting articles or share their memories of Britannic Assurance and the Moor Green site. Other recent projects include World War 1 and the History of Moor Green Allotments and more are planned. We have a large collection of documents and artefacts, some of which need cataloguing and researching, and welcome anyone willing to join our friendly team to assist with any aspects of our work. Contact us at moseleyhistory@moseleyexchange.com .

    Moseley Community Alcohol Partnership

    Moseley Alternative Giving Campaign

    The Moseley Alternative Giving Campaign was set up in response to residents’ concerns regarding homelessness, begging, and anti-social behaviour, often alcohol-related, in and around Moseley. The campaign provides a way to help people in genuine need, while also helping end incidents of intimidation or deception. We encourage residents to donate via collecting tins rather than giving directly to people asking for money on the street. We are looking to increase the numbers of volunteers currently working with MAGC. Please contact Helen Rehman on helen.rehman@ashrammoseleyha.org.uk


    We work to help encourage good mental and physical well-being; we help vulnerable people. Volunteers are needed to support our sessions helping people to gain new skills and knowledge. Contact Lisa Fielding tel 0121 444 8333 or email LFielding@kinmos.com

    Moseley inter-faith group

    St. Mary's Churchyard Heritage Project

    St Anne's Lunch Club: Kitchen help wanted - 2 hours weekly, Mondays 12.15pm to 2.15pm
    ‘Over 60s Lunch Club’ at St Anne’s church hall, Park Hill, Moseley is looking for a volunteer to join a busy, friendly kitchen based team. The work involves preparing flasks of coffee, and with others serving food to tables, clearing and washing-up with use of a washing-up machine. Contact Lunch Club co-ordinator, Ann Andrew on 0121 449 9682 or email: annkathandrew@gmail.com

    Chamberlain Highbury Trust

    The Chamberlain Highbury Trust was set up in 2015 to restore and manage the Highbury Estate which includes the listed Grade II* mansion and Grade II park and gardens developed by Joseph Chamberlain as his family home in Moseley, Birmingham. We are always looking for volunteers to join our team to help with open days and fundraising events. If you would like to register your interest in volunteering with us then please contact Rachel on chamberlainhighburytrust@outlook.com

    Please note: You could be asked to attend an interview for any of these positions to help understand if you have the knowledge and skills that are required.

    Helpful organisations for volunteers and groups working with volunteers

    Birmingham Voluntary Services Council

    National Council for Voluntary Organisations

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