Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Jewish Care. There are a number of fantastic opportunities available at Jewish Care.
Steps to becoming a volunteer at Jewish Care
We invite you to look below to view our current vacancies. If you are undecided or don’t see any vacancies for you, please contact the Jewish Care Volunteers Department via email@example.com or telephone 020 8922 2405.
We will email you a link to an online registration form to complete, including details of two people for references. You will also be required to complete a DBS (previously CRB) application form. Additional paperwork may need to be completed for some roles e.g. volunteer driver.
A member of Jewish Care's Volunteer Department who is recruiting for the volunteer role will be in touch to discuss this role in more detail.
You will be invited to attend mandatory Volunteer Induction Training and to bring in your DBS documents. Training is to enable volunteers to carry out roles to the highest professional standards, develop skills, build confidence and meet other new volunteers.
Step Five - Congratulations!
Once DBS and references are satisfactory and training completed, you are now a Jewish Care Volunteer!
If you have any questions at all about volunteering with Jewish Care, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 8922 2405.
Commitment monthly Location The Leonard Sainer Centre, Edgware
To maintain the fish tank in one of our day centres.
Commitment quarterly committee meetings, occasional events Location across several Jewish Care locations
To organise a range of fundraising and volunteering events for families with children of all ages.
Commitment two hours either weekly or monthly running a class Location across several Jewish Care locations
To run Rosie’s Little Bubbalas intergenerational music groups for babies and toddlers in a Jewish Care resource.
Commitment ongoing Location home-based/remote
Each week famous and meaningful quotes are emailed out to staff and clients. We are looking for an individual to research and collate suitable quotes for distributing over the year. This role can be done remotely.
Commitment weekly on Wednesday afternoons Location The Sam Beckman Centre
We are looking for volunteers to support us in the successful running of this group at The Sam Beckman Centre in London N11, which takes place every other Thursday from 2.00-4.45pm.
Commitment monthly, on Wednesday mornings Location The Leonard Sainer Centre in Edgware
We are looking for volunteers to support us in the successful running of this group at The Leonard Sainer Centre in Edgware, which takes place every other Thursday from 2.00-4.45pm.
Commitment Minimum one day per week on Thursday or Friday (can be split into 2 half days). Must attend one Wednesday team meeting every 5-6 weeks 11:00am-12:30pm. Must be available attend training when required. Location Golders Green Road
To provide emotional support and information to the Jewish community on a wide range of social care issues.
Commitment Preferably Thursday or Friday but please inquire about other days, minimum 2 hours per week.’ Location Golders Green Road
An excellent telephone manner and ability to remain calm and confident when responding to enquiries. Confidence to ask for help if unsure, ability to work in a team.
Commitment Thursday 9am - 4pm each week Location Brenner@ Stepney Jewish Community Centre
Volunteers needed to engage with members, identifying gaps in our service as necessary.
Commitment Wednesdays: 11am - 2pm Location Brenner@ Stepney Jewish Community Centre
An experienced hairdresser is required on Wednesdays to help provide hair care to members who may not be able to get hair dressed anywhere else.
Commitment Weekly on Tuesdays for 1 - 2 hours. Location Connect@Kenton HA3 0RD
Commitment Wednesdays 1:45 - 4:00pm Location Otto Schiff Care Home, Golders Green, NW11 9TJ
Oversee the weekly running of Singing for Memory.