Volunteering in our Community
Across the UK, Oasis volunteers are involved in a wide range of activities serving our local communities. They are essential to our work and are vital members of the Oasis team. The volunteers we have working with us at Oasis Hub South Grimsby have made a massive impact on families and students in many areas, but we are always looking for more help! At Oasis Hub South Grimsby we have developed a volunteer pathway that allows you to see what we hope that you can gain from volunteering, how we will support you and how you are able to contribute.
Here are some of the ways you can get involved:
Community Space Volunteers
At Oasis Hub South Grimsby we have our community space which has lots of activities taking place throughout the year, from our holiday activities, parent drop in sessions to training for people within our community and volunteers. We always need support in the day to running of the space and welcome anyone to just pop in and put the kettle on!
Food Project Volunteers
One of our main areas of work is the many food projects that we run in partnership with We are One Foundation. You are able to read about this in further detail on our food project tab. We are always looking for volunteers to support these projects for as much or as little time as can be given. In return we are able to support you with gaining food related qualifications.
Youth Activity Volunteers
Do you feel that you have the skills to support the personal and social development of the young people with our community? Our youth club is in need of community volunteers to support the weekly running of the club; delivering activities, building relationships and encouraging participation of young people . If you feel that this is you please contact us.
After School Clubs
Here at the Oasis Hub South Grimsby, we aim to support the academies to offer students an extensive range of extra-curricular activities which start at the end of the school day. This helps support their interests and hobbies and it is our belief that an extended curriculum will continue to enrich their lives long after they have left the Academy.
Do you have any spare time from 3pm? Do you have a particular interest that you would like to share with our students and families? Have you wanted to run a club but weren’t sure how to go about it?
We are not necessarily looking for people to run their own clubs, but if you have an hour to spare once a week to support staff during a club that is already running, we would be very pleased to hear from you.