Companions of the Order of Malta
The Companions of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (CoM) is a key volunteer force for delivering the charitable work of the Order of Malta in Great Britain — a Catholic religious order and ...
Menu of Volunteering Opportunities at The Nehemiah Project
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SummaryThe Nehemiah Project, in partnership with The Order of Malta, provides a home and support for vulnerable men with a history of addiction.
1. Calling all those who like to cook!
We need volunteers to help prepare an Open Lunch on the first Friday of every month. Open Lunches are hosted at one of the Nehemiah Houses in South London and provide opportunities for the Residents, Ex-Residents, probation officers, Nehemiah staff, some local church members and the volunteers to socialise and spend time together.
2. Calling all those who like I.T.!
We need a volunteer to lead a workshop on basic I.T. skills i.e. email, Word, Excel etc… for our Residents. A Friday afternoon would be best for the Nehemiah Residents.
3. Calling all those who like art!
We would like a volunteer to lead an art workshop with the Residents. We are open to ideas and the purpose is for it to be therapeutic. Friday afternoons would be best for the Nehemiah Residents.
4. Calling all those who like gardening!
We need volunteers to help us maintain the gardens attached to our houses every other month on a Saturday. A light lunch and refreshments will be provided, and the day will start at 10am and finish by 4pm.
What we will provide to volunteers💸 Reimbursement of costs🤝 Extra support
Getting thereThe Nehemiah House in Streatham is at 47 Tooting Bec Gardens, London, SW161RF and the Nehemiah House in Clapham is based at 16 The Chase, SW6 0NP
About Companions of the Order of Malta
We aim to achieve our mission by, amongst other activities, working with the homeless and poor, volunteering in the Order’s care homes around the country, helping the elderly and disabled (especially on pilgrimages), through religious services and prayer, as well as by our support for overseas initiatives like the Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem and other projects.
We are organised on a regional basis, with group coordinators in different parts of England and Scotland.