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Have conversations (provide a listening ear) by telephone, chat or e-mail Do you often hear that you are such a good listener? Then the Listening Line is looking for you. As a volunteer with us, you offer a listening ear to people with concerns, sadness and problems. Anonymously. At a time and place that suits you. Would you like to know more about volunteer work at the Listening Line? Then take a look at our website or send a message. If this is something for you, we will first offer you training. Professionals help you to further develop your listening and conversation skills. A training course will start near you soon. Register via our website. Even after the training, we will continue to guide and support you professionally and you will keep in touch with a close team of volunteers. Anne has been a volunteer at the Listening Line for five years. “After my retirement I had a lot of time, so I decided to register with the Listening Line. The conversations are sometimes very intensive; people often call to talk about loneliness, psychological problems or difficult relationships. But what you get in return is priceless: you were able to help someone, just by listening.” About the Listening Line 1,500 volunteers help people to cope (for a while) with worries, pain and sadness. They work from home or from one of 28 locations. The Listening Line has been the largest organization in the Netherlands that offers remote emotional support for 65 years. The Listening Line is part of the WMO and is financed by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport. What do we offer - Fascinating conversations that are meaningful not only for the other person but also for you - Thorough training in conversation techniques and good guidance - Thematic meetings on topics such as loneliness, depression and loss - You will receive a certificate after the training What do we ask? - Eager to learn and open attitude - No specific prior education - Dedication of an average of 4 hours per week - Twice a month you work a night shift of 2 hours (can also be consecutive) - Participation in our training near you. More information or registration For more information, see www.de [website hidden]

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Elburg, Zwolle

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Have conversations (provide a listening ear) by telephone, chat or e-mail
Do you often hear that you are such a good listener? Then the Listening Line is looking for you. As a volunteer with us, you offer a listening ear to people with concerns, sadness and problems. Anonymously. At a time and place that suits you. Would you like to know more about volunteer work at the Listening Line? Then take a look at our website or send a message.
If this is something for you, we will first offer you training. Professionals help you to further develop your listening and conversation skills. A training course will start near you soon. Register via our website. Even after the training, we will continue to guide and support you professionally and you will keep in touch with a close team of volunteers.
Anne has been a volunteer at the Listening Line for five years. “After my retirement I had a lot of time, so I decided to register with the Listening Line. The conversations are sometimes very intensive; people often call to talk about loneliness, psychological problems or difficult relationships. But what you get in return is priceless: you were able to help someone, just by listening.”
About the Listening Line
1,500 volunteers help people to cope (for a while) with worries, pain and sadness. They work from home or from one of 28 locations. The Listening Line has been the largest organization in the Netherlands that offers remote emotional support for 65 years. The Listening Line is part of the WMO and is financed by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport.
What do we offer
- Fascinating conversations that are meaningful not only for the other person but also for you
- Thorough training in conversation techniques and good guidance
- Thematic meetings on topics such as loneliness, depression and loss
- You will receive a certificate after the training
What do we ask?
- Eager to learn and open attitude
- No specific prior education
- Dedication of an average of 4 hours per week
- Twice a month you work a night shift of 2 hours (can also be consecutive)
- Participation in our training near you.
More information or registration
For more information, see www.de [website hidden]

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Monthly from 16 to 16 hours

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Elburg, Zwolle

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Wheelchair accessible

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Nunspeet, Zwolle, Hattem, Elburg, Harderwijk, Heerde, Epe, Apeldoorn, Ermelo, Olst-Wijhe, Barneveld, Oldebroek, Putten, Ooststellingwerf, Eindhoven

Doers wanted during minimum holidays

Stichting Weekje Weg

Do you have a few days to spare in the summer? Do you enjoy providing practical help and do you have an affinity with the catering industry? Then supporting our team at our holiday location in Vierhouten is just the thing for you!! We ensure that families who never have enough money for trips and holidays can go out and that the children have a holiday story to share with friends and classmates. And you can help us with this!! We need weekly support during the months of July and August; on Thursdays from approximately 1:00 PM until Sunday mornings. During those days you assist with the issuance and collection of rental bicycles, with check-in and referral of guests to their accommodation, serving drinks and the welcome and farewell meal, cleaning up the buffets, handing out sandwiches and BBQ items. packages, the bike tour we organize and the BBQ evening for our guests. This can be done once, but also for several weeks in the summer of 2024. What does it get you? • It's rewarding work! • Your efforts are highly appreciated by the guests • You will be well prepared thanks to the connection with an experienced volunteer and the training weekend • It enriches you • As a team we provide a carefree holiday for a vulnerable target group. We do it together! • Smiling faces, strengthened bonds between parents and children, friendships for life and a larger social network for the participating families... You will be amazed at how much your contribution can mean to these families! Join us and help us ensure a valuable and unforgettable summer for these families! Wondering what you need to have at home for this? You are practical, like to roll up your sleeves, speak Dutch well, have good social and communication skills, can work well together, have empathy for the target group, stand firmly on your feet and know the right distance and have a flexible and open attitude. Naturally, we reimburse room and board from Thursday afternoon to Sunday morning, as well as travel costs to and from the holiday location, the introduction and introductory day, the training weekend and the return day. Furthermore, you are insured for third party liability and accidents during your volunteer work. Register quickly; A unique experience awaits you in Vierhouten!

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Oldebroek, Elburg

Caregivers Wanted!

Centrum voor Jeugd en Gezin

For the contact support Noord Veluwe (OONV) we are looking for: volunteers living in the region of Nunspeet, Oldebroek, Elburg, Ermelo, Harderwijk. Why in this region? -The Centers for Youth and Family ( CJG ) are located in these places. What are we looking for? -motivated people who enjoy guiding relationships (contacts between parent and child) after divorce. - social people, background in social work, voluntary work, students Social Work, SPH etc. People who like to make a positive contribution. What are you going to do? - you guide a fixed moment of contact between parent and child by appointment. -the location depends on the parent and the wishes of the child. - You write a short evaluation report after the contact and share it with the parents and involved CJG employee who is the contact person for you. -the intercourse usually lasts 3-6 months but can also take longer depending on the demand. What do we ask? - a recent VOG - it is useful if you own a car. - empathy and affinity with parents and children after divorce. - flexible availability with regard to the moments of contact. -do what you say and say what you do, communicate clearly. -be able to write a report on the interaction. What can you expect from us? - other volunteers who want to think along with you. - An involved youth and family worker from the relevant CJG location where the question comes from. - In addition, an enthusiastic coordinator who works at CJG Oldebroek and would love to meet you. - a reimbursement of travel costs in line with the market and a reimbursement of your VOG costs -opportunity to promote expertise in the field of divorces / training. -informal meetings to share knowledge / meet other volunteers while enjoying a snack and drink. Why this question: -We notice that the demand for social workers is increasing within the CJG locations. We would like to match all intercourse questions with intercourse assistants and thus connect supply and demand. Do you have an affinity with divorces, children, parents and do you want to make a difference, I would love to hear from you!

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Zwolle, Kampen, Hardenberg, Staphorst, Raalte, Steenwijkerland, Deventer, Zwartewaterland, Olst-Wijhe, Ommen, Dalfsen

Public health care provider (voluntary)

Rode Kruis Overijssel

Are you ready to lend a helping hand? What are you going to do? In the event of a disaster or crisis situation in your region, you will be called upon as an emergency responder from our Population Care team to care for those affected, for example in the event of an evacuation of a healthcare institution. Led by a team leader, the team is ready to receive people in a reception location. You are the first point of contact for those involved at that time, you offer practical help and a listening ear. In addition, providing food, sanitary facilities and/or a place to sleep may also be part of your duties. What do you get? • Great satisfaction because you provide help where and when it is really needed; • Trainings to prepare you: 1. Population care; theory and practice of 3 half days 2. E-modules Welcome, 'Mental First Aid' and 'On the road with the walkie-talkie'; 3. First aid • The opportunity to gain experience and contacts in an Emergency Aid organization; • Reimbursement for travel expenses incurred. What do we ask? • You are in good physical and mental condition; • You have your own transport to get to the location in your region in case of a call; • You have social and communication skills and you know how to tackle things; • A first aid certificate or the willingness to obtain one; • You endorse the seven basic principles of the Red Cross. Would you like to apply or would you like more information first? Click on the "I want to help" button. The Red Cross The Red Cross helps people in need. We do that around the corner – and far away. We do this from our hearts and with our sleeves rolled up. And we do this with many volunteers who work with passion. We work worldwide based on our seven basic principles: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntariness, unity and generality. Our assistance is constantly developing.

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Nijmegen, Arnhem, Winterswijk, Doetinchem, Almelo, Zwolle, Epe, Utrecht, Amersfoort, Apeldoorn, Amsterdam, Alkmaar, Rotterdam, Haarlem, Nunspeet

A magical week with the VakantieKind Foundation!

Stichting VakantieKind

🌟 Become a Volunteer at KinderDorp and Create Magical Memories! 🌈 Do you have a passion for providing unforgettable experiences to children between 7 and 11 years old? Then grab the opportunity to become part of our enthusiastic team at KinderDorp! What does it mean? As a volunteer at KinderDorp, you will work together with other passionate leaders for a whole week to organize active, creative and exciting activities for a group of up to 27 participants. Think of adventurous trips in the forest, treasure hunts on the heath and cozy songs around the campfire. Your Role: - Collaborate with fellow management to create a stimulating environment. - Guiding and supporting participants during activities. - Devising and carrying out fun activities - Contribute to the magic of KinderDorp through enthusiasm and creativity. What do we offer? - A week full of fun, adventure and unforgettable moments. Children's Village week 2: Saturday July 27 to Saturday August 3 Children's Village week 3: Saturday August 3 to Saturday August 10 - The opportunity to develop new skills and strengthen existing ones. - A fully catered camp week with overnight accommodation and food and drinks. How do you participate? Volunteer at KinderDorp and be part of an amazing community that makes a difference in children's lives. Together we build memories that will last a lifetime! Interested? Visit the VakantieKind Foundation website or email [email protected] for more information. We look forward to welcoming you to our KinderDorp team! 🏕️ Children's Village - Where Adventure and Friendship Come Together! 🌟

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Young people
Elburg, Culemborg

Guest teacher for primary education (voluntary)

Rode Kruis Gelderland

Take action for the Red Cross Do you enjoy giving guest lessons in primary education, do you have some time available during the week and would you like to contribute to a social organization? Then we are looking for you! Our team has room for guest teachers who provide educational activities together with other volunteers. The activities developed by the Red Cross for primary schools cover topics such as drought, floods, extreme heat and first aid. The education team is engaged in giving guest lessons and activities with the aim of increasing respect, self-reliance and willingness to help among as many children and young people as possible. What are you going to do? You will provide one or more of the following types of lessons: “Savage World” (about natural disasters), “Help! First aid skills for you” and the Band-Aid Race. For an impression of our guest lessons, visit the website of the Red Cross Gelderland. · You provide at least 8 guest lessons per year in your region. · You give lessons at primary schools, together with a fellow volunteer. Who are you? · You enjoy teaching and have an affinity with children aged 4-12. · You are sufficiently available during school hours. · You are digitally skilled; Online teaching materials are used in the lessons. · You endorse the seven basic principles of the Red Cross. What can you expect from us? To familiarize yourself with the teaching material and our ideas, you first follow some online modules, a training course on the guest lecture(s) and, depending on your education and experience, possibly a didactics course. Regional meetings take place every quarter with the other volunteers from the team. The Red Cross offers a travel allowance and a Certificate of Good Conduct will be requested for this position. Interested? Does this position appeal to you and would you like to work for the Red Cross? For more information, visit the Red Cross website and look at vacancies in Gelderland or respond directly via the apply now button The Red Cross The Red Cross helps people in need. We do that around the corner – and far away. We do this from our hearts and with our sleeves rolled up. And we do this with many volunteers who work with passion. We work worldwide based on our seven basic principles: Humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntariness, unity and generality.

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Leidschendam-Voorburg, Gouda, Zoetermeer, Breda, Borsele, Halderberge, Etten-Leur, Oosterhout, Tilburg, Gilze en Rijen, Loon op Zand, Meppel, Westerveld, Elburg, Veldhoven, Eersel, Waalre, Laarbeek, Deurne, Woerden, Edam-Volendam, Amstelveen, Aalsmeer, Zaanstad

Volunteer program manager at Over Rood

Over Rood

In relative terms, the Netherlands has the largest number of self-employed persons without employees in the world. Of course, these are not just success stories. Over Rood is a volunteer organization that has been helping self-employed persons and small entrepreneurs to regain overview and insight into their finances for almost 10 years (divided over 15 branches). Not by taking over the problems, but by coaching and working together. A lot is happening in the Netherlands at the moment. The bills and perhaps even the arrears add up quickly. People worry about the future and sometimes consider quitting self-employment. The expectations are gloomy, but Over Rood is ready for the developments. For various locations throughout the Netherlands we are looking for: Volunteers (minimum 4 hours per week) What are you going to do? You guide freelancers in going through a trajectory within Over Rood. The objective of each process is that the client can get to work himself to solve his problems and to work towards a financially healthy future. As a volunteer you share your knowledge and experience with your client and you help to gain structure and overview. You help make difficult choices. You act as a sparring partner. Brings in your knowledge and skills and offers a listening ear. No route is the same. Sometimes the request for help is purely financial-administrative, while at other times advice about business operations makes the difference. You get entrepreneurs out of a negative spiral and help them pick up the thread again. On average you will guide 5 to 10 clients per year with a time commitment of at least 4 hours per week. This is an unpaid position, expenses are (more than) reimbursed. You report directly to the branch manager. What is the profile of a volunteer at Over Rood? Empathetic, unbiased and approachable are Over Rood's core values. We have this in common with our volunteers. As a volunteer you use your knowledge and extensive experience, for example as an independent entrepreneur, director, operational manager or manager in the guidance process. You enjoy sharing your knowledge and experience with people who will benefit greatly from it and you find it a challenge to empower people. In addition, you have the understanding and patience needed to adapt to the pace of the client. You have HBO/University working and thinking level. Knowledge of and experience with managing/coaching/directing (groups of) people. You are empathetic and can empathize with the problems, mental situation and living conditions of clients, without becoming emotionally involved. Demonstrable experience or familiarity with the tricks of the trade when running your own business. Excellent command of the Dutch language in word and writing is a requirement. Important skills: • Being able to listen, summarize and signal well • Structuring, organizing and planning • You can assess a business plan and financial plan • You have basic knowledge of administration and basic knowledge of marketing and sales • You get along well with Excel and find your way on the internet • You have knowledge of different tax types (IB, VAT, Vpb) What do you get in return? Room to make a socially relevant contribution with your knowledge and experience. Appreciation of clients and satisfaction in your work. You make a valuable contribution to the Dutch economy and a healthy business climate, which also offers support in difficult times. Independent work with very good support from the organization where you can determine your own times. Socially involved colleagues who, just like you, use their knowledge, experience and strength to really make a difference for our clients. A solid and instructive internal training. Do you recognize yourself in the above profile? Then we are very curious about you!

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Rotterdam, Utrecht, Zwolle, Eindhoven, Amsterdam, Groningen, Leeuwarden, Assen, Arnhem, Tilburg, Maashorst, Echt-Susteren

Discord employee Lyme association

Lymevereniging

🖥️ Patient contact platform on Discord for chatting, calling and video calling. 💚 Combating loneliness ☺️ Nice social contact 📕 Option for training 📲 WHAT IS THE L.O.C.? The Lyme Association Online Community (L.O.C.) is an online platform (discord) where members of the Lyme Association and their households can chat, call and video call. Conversations can be about living with Lyme disease, but are also often about all the other things in your life, such as hobbies, pets, family life and other light-hearted topics. The objectives of the L.O.C. are: - Combat loneliness. - Bringing fellow sufferers into contact with each other in an accessible way. - Create a nice atmosphere. - Have more personal contact with our members. 💚 WHAT CAN YOU DO? We are looking for reinforcement within the L.O.C. so we can offer even more to our members! If you become a volunteer with us, you will be assigned tasks that YOU enjoy doing and/or that you are good at. Tasks you could do are: - Atmosphere maker - Organize contact moments - Help members and answer questions - Regulation compliance - Technical maintenance as a developer …and much more! Volunteer work within the L.O.C. can be done completely from home and bed. 💚 WHAT CAN WE OFFER YOU? 1️⃣ Interesting and enjoyable volunteer work in a team of expert and motivated people. 2️⃣ Tasks that are tailored to your abilities. Together we look at what is practical and feasible for you. And more importantly: what you enjoy. 3️⃣ Guidance by an experienced volunteer so you can always turn to someone for help. 4️⃣ Option for training and education (online or on location) so that you can do your work more confidently. For example, about how you guide contact with fellow sufferers. (Not required) 5️⃣ Volunteer allowance for commitments of more than ten hours per month. 6️⃣ The option to regularly co-work with other volunteers. That is cozy and practical. It is not mandatory to participate. 7️⃣ Expense reimbursement. Would you like to join us in the L.O.C. team or do you have any questions? Be sure to send us a message!

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Young people
Elburg

Wanted: a buddy for our resident!

Zorgverlening Het Baken

Let's have a cup of coffee... That's very normal for us and a lot of fun. Our residents also really enjoy one-on-one contact. Someone with whom they can really talk and exchange ideas. We are looking for a buddy for a resident of our PG department (psychogeriatric). This is a woman who is always cheerful, loves company, loves animals, especially dogs, and loves good food. Mrs. likes to go out, have a cup of coffee somewhere or take the dog for a walk... Are you or do you know a buddy for Mrs.? Please contact the Volunteer Point of Healthcare Het Baken by sending a message.

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