Restorer / Repairer  with British Heart Foundation Gloucestershire (Ref: 1602)
 
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Are you a DIY fan? Love a bit of tinkering and putting things right? Unleash your creative flare by volunteering with the British Heart Foundation restoring donated items that are in need of a little TLC. If you have an interest in restoring furniture and want to help a lifesaving cause come and visit British Heart Foundation's local Furniture & Electrical store and join the team.

BHF will give you all the training you need to be able to safely and confidently carry out this role. Come and join your local BHF community and feel part of the team with other like-minded volunteers and help BHF to raise funds for lifesaving research into heart disease.
What are they looking for?

You should be keen on DIY.

Practical

Volunteer recruitment is by application form and informal discussion.

References are required. Unspent criminal convictions for theft, fraud, violence, sexual offences or drugs would exclude would-be applicants.

British Heart Foundation have the capacity and facilities to recruit volunteers with additional support needs, as agreed on an individual basis. Risk Assessments will be put in place. Volunteers may be joined by a carer to help support them in their roles.

Volunteer expenses are covered, as are induction for volunteers and insurance cover.

BHF also provides its volunteers with the following:
- ongoing training if required
- 25% discount across all of their shops on donated goods

When: Mornings/Afternoons, any day
Age requirements: All ages
Where?

92-96 Northgate Street, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 1SL

About British Heart Foundation Gloucestershire
 
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British Heart Foundation is the UK's number 1 heart charity and through 50 years of funding cutting-edge research we have already made a big difference to people's lives.

But the landscape of heart disease is changing. More people survive a heart attack than ever before, and that combined with an ageing population means more people are now living with heart disease and need our help.

See all roles with British Heart Foundation Gloucestershire