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Nightline is a completely independent listening, support and information service run for and by students. It aims to provide every student in Oxford with the opportunity to talk to someone in confidence.
Every term, Oxford Nightline runs a training course for students at Oxford and Oxford Brookes universities who want to join our team of volunteers. http://users.ox.ac.uk/~nightln/
Oxfordshire FA is responsible for football in the Local Authorities of Cherwell, Oxford, South Oxfordshire and West Oxfordshire. We govern, develop and support our leagues, clubs and volunteers. Our clubs and leagues require volunteers in a variety of roles, from coaching and managing teams, to running events such as summer tournaments, ensuring the club is financially stable, and many more. If you’re interested in volunteering in football, please contact Development@OxfordshireFA.com and we’ll help you find your perfect role. www.oxfordshirefa.com/volunteers/
The Porch Steppin' Stone Centre in Oxford provides day long support for homeless and vulnerably housed people wanting to move forward in their lives. We encourage our members to tackle the issues that prevent them from moving forward towards a more positive lifestyle. We provide healthy food, practical help, companionship, learning skills, work related skills and opportunities for development. Volunteering involves meeting, talking and listening to members at mealtimes, helping out around the centre, and perhaps getting involved in activities and outings. For more information contact email@example.com or go to www.theporch.org.uk
Oxford Swans is a swimming club for disabled people of all ages. We are a friendly and supportive club. We do a lot of one-to-one work and group activity in the water.
Anyone can help, you don't have to be a proficient swimmer. Just an interest in swimming and helping is needed. The club can teach you all you need to know.
Help support our swimmers in the water. You will work with an experienced instructor at first, and discover how to help swimmers gain confidence in the water and learn to swim.
Gain skills and experience to use towards a career in teaching, health care, working with children, the elderly and people with a range of disabilities.
Regular helpers may choose to undertake the Halliwick Foundation course so you can qualify as a Halliwick Instructor (recognised by the Halliwick Association of Swimming Therapy and the International Halliwick Association).
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