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Job description

Are you looking to make a difference to peoples lives?
At the Canal & River Trust we are looking for volunteers to make a real impact on peoples lives. The focus is to support to some of the most vulnerable people on the waterways.
As a boater welfare advocate you will be volunteering alongside the Customer Support Team in this brand new opportunity.
The role includes but is not limited to:
• Mapping out vital resources near the waterways within the East Midlands region for our most vulnerable customers – such as Places of Welcome, food banks, advice (financial/legal etc.) centres etc.
• Establishing vital useful information – opening times, parking, transport links, registration requirements
• Finding the most accessible way to get this information to the people who may need it – for example, poster in our notice boards, website, leaflet for our BLCS team to take, letter drops etc.
• Identify opportunities to works with local councils and support local initiatives e.g. food bank events.
• Document the success of events the Trust have supported and develop case studies of success.

Ideally you’ll be able to give between 2 and 10 hours a week to give and gain the most from the task. The work will mainly involve research at the outset and is flexible.

Posted on: 08 December 2023
Closing date: 07 March 2024 at 23:59
Tags: Admin,Advice, Information,Campaigning,Communications, PR,Project Management,Advocacy,Business Development,Volunteer Management
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