Can you use your skills to create meaningful events ? If you can answer 'YES', then Cobalt want you to join them.
As a volunteer Events Coordinator you will work with Cobalt's fundraising team to create a series of exciting new events in the Cheltenham area and get involved with the running and development of these events. This is a really exciting role if you would like to build up your experience organising events, developing new skills in project management and giving back to an outstanding local charity.
What's in it for you ?
- the opportunity to join an exciting charity with a strong vision for the future and to make a difference
- the opportunity to have fun with fundraising in your community
- the opportunity to network and meet with diverse and fascinating people
- the opportunity to develop new skills and abilities and to strengthen existing skills and knowledge
Some of their supporters have been volunteering for many years; others join them for a few months - whatever commitments allow. They can provide a rewarding experience for you as a volunteer, and look forward to welcoming you to their team.
What are they looking for?
They are looking for someone who:
Wheelchair access, disabled toilet available, expenses covered, training provided
When: Variable times
Age requirements: All ages
Linton House, Thirlestaine Rd, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 7AS
About Cobalt Fundraising
Cobalt is a medical charity supporting people with cancer and other life-limiting conditions across Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire.
The Cheltenham Imaging Centre provides diagnosis and treatment planning not usually available in local hospitals. The mobile MRI units travel throughout the region and beyond, taking the very best imaging technology to people in their own area.
Cobalt offer free training and education courses to doctors, health-care professionals and the public, ensuring their experience, research and cancer prevention work is widely shared.
Cobalt's aim is to improve the quality of life for those affected by cancer and other life-limiting conditions; patients, their family and friends.
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