Knit for Premature Babies – https://www.bliss.org.uk/support-bliss/volunteer/knit-for-premature-babies
Crocheting/Knitting clothes and cuddly toys for premature babies at neonatal units around the country.
Dementia Friends - https://www.dementiafriends.org.uk/register-digital-friend
A Dementia Friend is somebody that learns about dementia so they can help their community. Dementia Friends help people living with dementia by taking actions - both big and small. These actions don’t have to be time-consuming. From visiting someone you know with dementia to being more patient in a shop queue, every action counts! Dementia Friends can also get involved with things like volunteering, campaigning or wearing a badge to raise awareness.
Be My Eyes - https://www.bemyeyes.com/
Be My Eyes is a free app that connects blind and low-vision people with sighted volunteers and company representatives for visual assistance through a live video call.
Fundraising Research Volunteer - CLIC Sargent - https://www.clicsargent.org.uk/join-our-fight/get-volunteering/local-community-volunteers/
Research to support local fundraising for Young Lives vs Cancer. Use your local knowledge and research skills to build a list of potential supporting groups, organisations and businesses, as well as larger companies based in in your area.
Octavia Foundation - https://www.octaviafoundation.org.uk/volunteer/apply_now
Telephone befriending involves calling an older, isolated person once or twice weekly for up to an hour - supporting them to feel more connected and less lonely without ever leaving your home. All our processes are now being completed remotely, including training via video call (1 hour).
British Red Cross - https://reserves.redcross.org.uk/
Become a reserve volunteer to help get communities back on track. By becoming a community reserve volunteer, you will help your community get back on track in the event of a major local emergency. This may be particularly important right now and the Red Cross are working with the authorities to support the Covid-19 response in the best possible way.
Post Pals - https://www.postpals.co.uk/getting-involved/
Sending cards, letters, emails or little gifts to seriously ill children in the UK.
Maggie’s Nottingham – https://futurehub.ntu.ac.uk/students/jobs/detail/991680/virtual-fundraiser
With social isolating taking place more and more people are finding their access to services very limited. Maggie's, a cancer support charity, have developed a range of ideas to get you thinking about how you can fundraise for their organisation virtually.
Prince’s Trust – https://www.princes-trust.org.uk/support-our-work/volunteer
Support young people online to help them achieve their goals, whether it’s looking for work or starting their own business.
Brightside - https://brightside.org.uk/volunteering/
You can develop mentoring relationships with young people via Brightside’s online platform to help them make confident and informed decisions about their future.
Maturity of Baby Sounds - https://www.zooniverse.org/projects/chiarasemenzin/maturity-of-baby-sounds
We need your help to classify some very short recordings of babies’ speech sounds. This will help us to better understand the very first stages of language learning!
Sending Solidarity - https://www.refugeesupportnetwork.org/pages/162-sending-solidarity
The Refugee Support Network have created the Sending Solidarity project as part of their ‘Connected Through Covid’ campaign. Let a young refugee know they are not alone by sending a postcard or letter to them.