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Our work benefits a wide range of people from a wide range of different backgrounds. We help these beneficiaries to achieve better physical and mental health, better relationships with others, and ...

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Minibus Driver Volunteer

Minibus Driver Volunteer

Project role (Temporary) · 2–6 hrs/Week
70 Oak St, Norwich NR3 3AQ, UK
Driving
HealthWellbeingCommunity & family
Good health and well-beingReduced inequalities
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The Matthew Project
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Summary

We are looking for a volunteer minibus driver(s) to be available Tuesday and/or Friday (one or both), 10.30am - 1.00pm, starting and ending in Norwich.

Detailed description

This role will involve driving our awesome project members to our allotment in Norwich, Whitlingham Park or other outdoor activities. Can you help?


You are welcome to join in with the activity or just enjoy the fresh air while you wait if you prefer!


If you, or someone you know can spare the time to be a TMP superhero please get in touch.


What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs

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About The Matthew Project

Our work benefits a wide range of people from a wide range of different backgrounds. We help these beneficiaries to achieve better physical and mental health, better relationships with others, and overall better quality of life, along with access to more opportunities.

As well as the individuals themselves, our work also creates social change and improvements to the local community in a range of different ways. These include improved family relationships and friendships, reductions in drug/alcohol misuse, reduced strain on local health and wellbeing services, reductions in rates of offending, and improved skills and employment outcomes for our service users, all of which help to regenerate the local community.