Volunteer Community Champions As a charity we provide and subsidise services that support some of our communities most vulnerable residents. This includes older people, children/young people with disabilities and those who live with dementia. Our work touches the lives of thousands of people across Worthing and the surrounding area, and we are hoping to increase our network of Collection tin coordinators to help make a real difference to people's lives. The aim of our Collection tin coordinator is to service a network of locations which hold our collection boxes and ensure that the tins are swapped on a rolling basis and returned to Guild Care’s Fundraising Team. We will supply you with empty tins and so you have a ready supply on hand. You would also scout new locations for the placement of collection tins and on occasions collect or place tins as communicated by the fundraising team. The role is flexible and will allow you to do as little or as much as you feel able to. Not only will you be helping to raise vital funds, but you will also be helping to spread awareness of the valuable work we do. Main Duties Ensure all collection tins are swapped and returned at least once a year. Contact tin holders on a 3-month rolling basis and ask how they are doing. Collect or place tins with newly sourced holders. Communicate any issues to the fundraising team or community champion. Spread the word about Guild Care and the work we do. You will be an important part of the fundraising team. Volunteer Qualities BRAVE – be courageous, passionate and empowered ENGAGING – be straightforward, authentic and present LOVING – be genuine, caring and strong INTEGRITY – be respectful, accountable and trustworthy EVERYONE MATTERS – be considerate, attentive and appreciative FREE TO BE ME – play to your strengths, be supportive and vulnerable Support Offered You will have the help and support of the Fundraising Partnership Officer and the Community Champions Lead Trustee, as well as our Volunteer Coordinator. There will also be volunteer induction training. We hope that volunteers in this team will Be a champion for Guild Care within the community. Communicate / report any errors or issues to the fundraising partnership officer. Be mindful of health and safety good practice and work accordingly. Be polite, courteous, professional, and friendly to the rest of the team, customers, other Guild Care staff and volunteers. Have the ability to work well with people Be at least 18 years old. Qualities we hope volunteers in this role will have The ability to work well both part as a team and alone Enthusiasm and commitment A good level on initiative and common sense Good communication skills An open and non-discriminatory attitude A flexible approach Sign up process Email [email protected] or use our online form to get in touch. You will need to provide two character references and you may need to take and pass a DBS check, which is a free check organised by Guild Care.