£150 Energy Bill Rebate

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Energy Bill Rebate


The following services are currently accepting volunteers. Apply using the contact details alongside the project or service you're interested in volunteering with. 

Project or service name  Description  Skills needed  Contact
Staffordshire Commissioners Office (SCO)

The SCO is looking for volunteers for its new Commissioner’s Independent Scrutiny Panels (CISP), and is aiming to broaden their reach by recruiting members from under-represented communities.

CISP volunteers will play an important role in developing Staffordshire Police’s response to a number of themes relating to police powers, and will be fundamental in delivering the Commissioner’s Transparency agenda.

There are four panels, each working as a small team with the SCO to focus on different thematic areas of police powers, including:

  • Stop & Search
  • Use of Force
  • Custody
  • Areas of national interest
  Independent Scrutiny Panels - Staffordshire Commissioner (staffordshire-pfcc.gov.uk)
 IT buddies (libraries)
  • offering one-to-one sessions to people who are completely new to computers
  • teach people how to use the keyboard, mouse and move around the screen, how to create and save documents and how to access the Internet
  • give new users the confidence to sign up for our IT courses
  • help out at work clubs held at libraries around the city
  • you need a working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages and how to access the Internet effectively
  • good people skills and a sympathetic approach to people who may be nervous about using a computer for the first time
  • training given to any volunteers with gaps in their knowledge
  • enhanced DBS checks are carried out at no cost to the volunteer
Lynne Evans, 01782 232196 or lynne.evans@stoke.gov.uk
 Youth offender panels

The panel will meet with the young person, members of their family and where appropriate, the victim with the aim of reaching an agreement that: 

  • ensures the young person takes responsibility for their behaviour 
  • increases the young person’s understanding of the harm done to the victim and how they can make amends
  • reduces the chances of re-offending 
   Sheetal Mistry, 01782 238830 or sheetal.mistry@stoke.gov.uk
 Appropriate adult Accompany young people when they are being interviewed by the police in connection with alleged crimes and ensure they are being treated fairly by the police and other agencies.
Full training and support will be provided.  Sheetal Mistry, 01782 238830 or email sheetal.mistry@stoke.gov.uk
 Sports volunteers

Whatever your age or sporting background you can help to deliver activities at locations across the city

 Volunteering in schools

If you’re interested in volunteering at one of our schools, contact the head teacher.

DBS check, medical clearance and references.