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Volunteers wanted for the listening line

Do you often hear that you can listen so well? Then the Listening Line is looking for you! People can come to you for a story, anonymously and safely. They feel heard, supported by your listening ear and sometimes even gain insight into a problem or question. As a volunteer at the Listening Line on location Venlo, you are part of a national team that ensures accessibility of the Listening Line day and night. People can go by phone, e-mail and chat for an anonymous, confidential conversation in case of problems, sadness or concerns. The need for this real attention is great, volunteers of the Listening Line conduct about 250,000 conversations a year. Good training and guidance will make you an expert discussion partner. A selection interview will take place in advance. No previous education or work experience is required. However, it is important that you have space in your head, heart and agenda to do this work. It is also important that you are eager to learn, have an open attitude and are interested in your fellow man. Time investment is 4 hours per week including a night shift once a month. You can do the service on location or from home. What does the Listening Line offer You are entrusted with a lot as a volunteer at the Listening Line. Sometimes it's about topics you didn't even suspect existed. Not an easy job, but certainly not a boring one. Every conversation is different. You don't offer solutions or answers, by listening you help the other person understand how he or she can move on. Sometimes people just want to hear a voice, to tell their story. Of course you will receive thorough training and good guidance from professionals for this work. In short: serious volunteer work that will make you a wiser person!

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Horst aan de Maas

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Do you often hear that you can listen so well? Then the Listening Line is looking for you!
People can come to you for a story, anonymously and safely. They feel heard, supported by your listening ear and sometimes even gain insight into a problem or question.
As a volunteer at the Listening Line on location Venlo, you are part of a national team that ensures accessibility of the Listening Line day and night. People can go by phone, e-mail and chat for an anonymous, confidential conversation in case of problems, sadness or concerns. The need for this real attention is great, volunteers of the Listening Line conduct about 250,000 conversations a year. Good training and guidance will make you an expert discussion partner. A selection interview will take place in advance.
No previous education or work experience is required. However, it is important that you have space in your head, heart and agenda to do this work. It is also important that you are eager to learn, have an open attitude and are interested in your fellow man. Time investment is 4 hours per week including a night shift once a month. You can do the service on location or from home.

What does the Listening Line offer
You are entrusted with a lot as a volunteer at the Listening Line. Sometimes it's about topics you didn't even suspect existed. Not an easy job, but certainly not a boring one. Every conversation is different. You don't offer solutions or answers, by listening you help the other person understand how he or she can move on. Sometimes people just want to hear a voice, to tell their story. Of course you will receive thorough training and good guidance from professionals for this work. In short: serious volunteer work that will make you a wiser person!

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Weekly from 2 to 4 hours

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Horst aan de Maas

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Volunteer Buddies GGZ Humanitas

Humanitas Noord-Limburg

Vacancy volunteer Buddies GGZ Would you like to do something for someone else, but you don't know how? How can you make a positive contribution to the life of someone who could use some support? That's good, Humanitas Noord-Limburg is looking for volunteers for the Maatjes GGZ project! Became curious? Read on quick! About the feature “I'm here for you” - that is the credo of your role as a volunteer Maatjes GGZ! As a buddy you guide an adult who is not or insufficiently able to enter into or maintain social contacts - often with psychological problems as the underlying reason. With 1-2 hours a week you help the participant to break through his/her social isolation. This can already be done by doing very 'normal' things; walking together, drinking coffee, playing sports, going to the market, cycling... Together you will look for an activity that you both enjoy! At Humanitas, the starting point is that we help the participant on his/her way, so that he/she can pick up the social activity(s) themselves (again) after about a year. We offer • A very rewarding volunteer position in which you can really make a contribution to someone's life • Lots of freedom to organize your role as suits you and your buddy under the guidance of the coordinator • Continuous training: Preparatory e-learning, in-depth training on location, theme evenings and supervised intervision sessions with fellow volunteers • Travel allowance, expense allowance and volunteer insurance We ask • Someone who is very interested in people and it is fascinating - and who finds it a challenge to help the other person get back on track; to search together for a new perspective • Someone who has 1-2 hours a week available • Someone who is willing to undergo training. (e-learning and together with fellow volunteers) You are actually a natural friend to the people around you; you are really interested in people with a mental health background. You like to take care of someone else and in that way help someone along the way. You have the gift of lovingly letting people step out of their comfort zone and offer a completely new perspective. I am excited and would like to sign up as a volunteer! How do I do that? Please contact Gonny Schmets, volunteer coordinator of this project. We would like to receive your name and address details and a small motivation. Gonny will contact you. We look forward to getting to know you! About Humanitas The Humanitas association is a national volunteer organization. Our volunteers help people to change their situation on their own. Our help is free and always nearby; we have more than eighty departments throughout the country. And we are there for everyone, regardless of age, background or belief. One thing is most important to us. That our clients can say: 'Thanks to the contact with a Humanitas volunteer I can pick up my own life again.' https://www.humanitas.nl/department/noord-limburg/

Project
Horst aan de Maas

Hostess St. Lambertus Church

Stichting Beheer Kunstschatten Sint Lambertus

For more than 1,000 years, the St. Lambertus Church has been the beating heart of the Horster community. Horst's history was largely written in the church. The current, monumental St. Lambertus Church with all its historical art treasures, beautiful treasury and 16th-century burial vault, is open to the public from May to October, each time for two and a half hours on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. and Sunday afternoon. As a hostess/host, you choose a number of days per month (or per week, if you wish) to supervise the opening of the church together with one of the 14 other hostesses/hosts from our close-knit group. You receive visitors, show them the way and explain the sights in the church. And if you feel like it, you can also be trained to give guided tours. And at least twice a year we meet with all hostesses and hosts, for example to have lunch together, visit an exhibition, etc. If you are interested or would like to know more about the hostesses and hosts of St. Lambertus Church, please send a message!

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Young people
Horst aan de Maas

Looking for a nice chef!

Pluryn

We are looking for a good and, above all, pleasant cook for 3 residential groups from Pluryn in Horst. What are you allowed to do? A total of 11 clients between the ages of 27 and 70 with an intellectual disability live in these 3 groups. We are looking for a friendly chef who can prepare hot meals together with the clients. Do you enjoy cooking and do you also enjoy helping residents learn to cook themselves? Then we could really use your help! Day(s) and time(s) in consultation, what you want and can offer. Of course you eat with us! What do we offer you? We think it is important that volunteers, in addition to employees, feel at home with us. That is why we ensure that everything surrounding your volunteer work is properly arranged. This is how you receive: Guidance from a professional colleague, A volunteer agreement, Reimbursement of travel expenses, Good insurance, And of course much appreciation for your efforts! Are you interested? Then Team Volunteer Work Pluryn would like to receive your details! Please mention vacancy number 9.

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Horst aan de Maas

Volunteers living room living group dementia

De Zorggroep

In the Hof te Berkel residential care center in Horst there are residential groups with people who no longer live independently due to dementia. It is pleasant and relaxing for the residents if there is someone in the living room in the evenings for a cup of coffee, a chat or a game. We are looking for volunteers who want to do this once a week. Working hours are early in the evening, but can be agreed individually. Would you like to do something for our residents in this way?

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Horst aan de Maas

Volunteer contact person

Proteion Welzijn

A volunteer contact person conducts an introductory meeting at the home of those seeking assistance and also visits volunteers. The contact person links the right volunteer to the right person seeking help, so that a good match is achieved that both parties feel good about. Regular consultations take place with the Volunteer Care Coordinator. The contact person is trained, supervised and given the opportunity to attend support meetings. Would you like to become a volunteer contact person?

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Venray, Horst aan de Maas, Gennep, Roermond, Venlo, Weert

Education spokesperson (voluntary)

Rode Kruis Regio Zuid - (Brabant / Zeeland / Limburg)

The Red Cross Helping people in need around the corner and far away, from our hearts and with our sleeves rolled up, that is what the Red Cross stands for. We do this in the North and Central Limburg district, among other things, by giving guest lessons to students in education. Do you enjoy standing in front of a class and challenging young people by sharing information about first aid and social themes, in order to increase their willingness to help? Then this is a nice vacancy for you! What are you going to do? The education advisor provides guest lectures at primary schools, secondary schools, MBOs and higher education. This happens in the working area of the North and Central Limburg district. Themes you will discuss include first aid, natural phenomena (drought, heat and flooding) and the work of a crisis coordinator in a disaster area. You can find the full range of guest lessons here: https://www.rodekruis.nl/wat-kun-jij-doen/samen-in-actie/onderwijs/. The guest lessons stimulate the willingness to help among young people, because we challenge them to think about their own behavior and encourage them to discuss with each other. As an education advisor: • You are part of an education team and maintain contact with the education coordinator • Provide at least 6 guest lessons per year during school hours • Follow a training course beforehand to be prepared for your position • Are you digitally skilled; Online teaching materials are used in the lessons What can the Red Cross offer you? As an education advisor you are involved in a social project that matters. In this great volunteer position you will make a difference for vulnerable target groups and show students that they can help in emergency situations. In addition, the Red Cross offers you: • An enthusiastic team of committed volunteers around you • An opportunity to expand your experiences and your network • The opportunity to develop further by following courses and training • A travel allowance Who are you? As an education advisor, it is important that you enjoy standing in front of a class. You have good communication skills. It is an advantage if you already have experience. Finally, we also find this important: • You are familiar with the basic principles of the Red Cross and propagate them naturally • You are willing to teach in the North and Central Limburg district • You are available during school hours • You are available for training during evenings and weekends • You can be deployed to the Red Cross for at least one year Interested? Follow your heart and act now! Would you like some more information? Please contact us. We only use your data for this specific application procedure. We hope to meet you soon!

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