Collection Tin Co-ordinator  with The Family Haven (Ref: 1382)
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The Family Haven is seeking friendly and reliable people to manage collection tins in their local community.

Collection tins are a simple way to raise money and awareness for the Family Haven in your local area, enabling them to continue doing their work to support families with young children.

This position is perfect for volunteers looking for a role that offers flexibility. You can volunteer when you have time around other work or family commitments, managing even a small number of local tins can have a big impact, and volunteers based in Quedgelely, Abbeymead, Brockworth, Cheltenham, Stroud, Forest of Dean, Tewkesbury or Cirencester would be extremely valuable.
What are they looking for?

In this role you’ll be
• Using your local knowledge, talk to local business owners about placing tins at their locations
• Regularly visit and swap full tins for empty ones
• Count and bank donations completing all necessary paperwork to accurately record the amounts collected at each site
• Using ‘Thank you’ certificates to let the sites know how much has been collected.

You will need a good knowledge of your local area.


All volunteers will receive a full induction and training as required.

You will need access to transportation around your local area, ideally a vehicle.

When: Variable times
Age requirements: Over 18


About The Family Haven
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The Family Haven is a small local charity, established in 1988 to help disadvantaged and vulnerable families in Gloucestershire to a brighter future. The charity provides a warm, caring and supportive day centre, where assistance and encouragement are available to help them to improve the quality of their lives.

The charity is based in Spa Road, Gloucester, and provides practical help and support to deprived, disadvantaged and vulnerable families with pre-school children. It predominantly helps families living in B&B or unsuitable accommodation, those with mental health issues, victims of domestic abuse and pre-school children with special needs. Many of the families supported experience social isolation and feel excluded from the community. The charity positively engages with these families through a programme of activities, to help them feel valued and included, in turn improving their sense of self-worth.

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