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Exciting Volunteering Opportunities with Exeter Communities Together!

Exeter Communities Together is a grass roots organisation consisting of seven Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority organisations. We have a wide and varied programme of events spread across the year including: cultural festivals, social events, a growing project, language and dance classes – and much more!

  • Choose how you want to get involved
  • Get to know people from different cultures
  • Gain new skills
  • Engage in training programmes
  • And More!

There are volunteering opportunities ranging from helping with office admin to joining in digging the ground to helping to prepare a feast. Here are the roles in more detail:

  • Support the ECT team and partners with organising, delivering and recording their events:
  • Community Access Project: A monthly cross-cultural celebration of communities coming together to share food, music and learn more about each other’s heritage.
  • Neighbourhood Festivals: Running yearly in different neighbourhood area in Exeter.

Benefits:

  • Opportunities to access relevant trainings to their role and various training in areas of interest;
  • Opportunities to work with ethnic minority community groups to learn and share knowledge pertain to cultural diversity in Exeter;
  • A chance to make a difference, help others, make new friends, gain work experience that that could lead to beginnings of a new career.
  • Travel expenses will be covered.

Support:

All volunteers will receive regular supervision and support from the ECT Project Coordinator.

How to Apply:

  1. Complete the digital form below;
  2. We will get in touch and invite you for interview;
  3. If your skills meet the project’s needs, we will invite you to attend our Volunteer Training (half a day training);
  4. After the training session, and once the dates/hours of volunteering are agreed, both the volunteer and the Project Coordinator sign the Volunteer Agreement.

If you would like more information, please e-mail our Project Coordinator, Willem
Tapper: willem.tapper@exetercommunitiestogether.org.uk 

Volunteer Application Form:

Have you volunteered before?

Please tick all relevant skills you have:

Please tick allthe skills you would like to develop:

Which of our current projects interest you?

Are you a member of any of Exeter Communities Together partnership groups?

Are you based in Exeter?

If no, how far do you need to travel?

How did you hear about us?

How often could you commit to volunteering?

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An Opportunity to Serve as Trustee of a charity for Ethnic Minority Communities in Devon 

October 2021 

 
Ubuntu Devon 
Ubuntu Counselling Services Ltd is on its way to becoming a charity, including multicultural 
counselling for Devon, and taking on a wider remit.  We have extended our role to include: 
Bringing communities together; 
Improving health and well-being; 
Developing advocacy and mentoring services; 
Facilitating links between our communities and statutory services; 
Providing Training where appropriate 
Forming a charity gives us an umbrella organisation within which we can continue to 
develop our role and services for ethnic minority communities in Devon. 
 
To this end, we are recruiting new directors to our board. In order to serve our communities 
effectively, we seek to attract as wide a range of skills, interests and ethnicities to the Board 
as we can. Directors have the power to give guidance and oversight of the organisation’s 
activities and to influence future direction. They are a crucial support for the Chief 
Executive/Manager and are an essential critical friend, to ensure that we maintain 
transparency in our dealings and observe best practice. Training will be given and we 
welcome all levels of experience. 
 
For further information and to discuss the role, please contact:  
Faith Stafford, Director of Services: 
phone: 01392 201572. 

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