A BINGO money collector is required for Monday evenings.
Warners End Neighbourhood Association is in need of volunteers as soon as possible to enable the bingo evenings to continue.
Helpers need to be good with numbers and money handling and would have to collect, count and record the money at the end of each evening.
> The Mount prison in Bovingdon needs business mentors to help run a course for prisoners on employment after their release.
Sessions run on Friday mornings from 9am to 11am. Volunteers will provide research and advice for course members.
This opportunity is for non-judgemental over 21s who have good communication skills and understand the importance of confidentiality. IT skills and business and financial experience are valuable.
Volunteers must complete three obligatory courses followed by specific training on the job. A minimum commitment of a year’s volunteering is requested.
> A shop manager is needed at a new charity store.
The post at the Friends of Dacorum First Credit Union’s shop involves being responsible for the day-to-day running of the shop, sorting donated items, keeping displays neat and dealing with admin and cash procedures.
The ideal volunteer is organised, has good general people skills and is able to work on their own initiative.
Previous charity experience is desirable but training will be given and the right person will be available on weekdays and Saturday mornings.
> Herts Library Service needs an escort to help guide visually impaired book lovers to Berkhamsted’s Library.
Volunteers would meet the minibus on Tuesday afternoons and help members of the group onto the bus and to their seats, describing any hazards clearly. They would be needed once every six weeks from 1pm to 5.30pm.
Key requirements are good social, listening and communication skills.
While the book group is taking place, volunteers can either stay or simply return at 4pm to assist with the journey home.
>To find out more about these volunteer opportunities contact the Volunteer Centre Dacorum on 01442 247209 or visit www.volunteerdacorum.org