We are a Christian charity that collects unwanted usable tools, refurbishes them, sorts them into trade tool kits and sends them to the developing world for livelihood creation.
County Ambassador Volunteers.
County Ambassador will assist our Volunteering Coordinator by proactively looking for opportunities to promote the mission and expand awareness of our work. This can be through speaking engagements, which can be in Church groups, Rotary groups, WI, U3A, retirement and community groups or local shows and events.
We would also like you to support our other remote working volunteers, as it can be lonely working as a Tool Ambassador, Community Ambassador, or Champion with little personal contact with TWAM.
This role can offer a vital and comforting link for everyone involved. This is a great role for someone with drive, initiative, and passion who wants to use those qualities to transform lives.
What are we looking for?
TWAM is looking for honesty, openness, and someone who will be a credit to a big-hearted compassionate charity. We expect you to be diligent in your role and share our passion for lives transformed through livelihood-creating tools.
Because many speaking engagements come from churches, it is an advantage to be a Christian and essential to be in sympathy with the values and motivation of the Christian community.
This is a great role for someone who likes to show initiative and who shares our passion for livelihood creation. It’s a great role for someone who likes meeting people and getting involved in their community. If this is you, we’d love to hear from you.
What will you be doing?
The County Ambassador will work with our Volunteering Coordinator to:
Support our team of local volunteers (the people who collect tools, speak on our behalf and represent us in churches and community groups)
Recruit new volunteers
Promote our work locally
Help organise and run local events
Identify potential collection points or opportunities to establish local groups
Represent TWAM where opportunities arise
You will receive resources from us including:
Volunteer speaker pack (updated biannually)
A selection of leaflets
Details of all your local volunteers
Details of local supporting churches and groups
Expenses guidelines and reimbursement
The provision of equipment including projector and screen, pull up banners, business cards and ID Card
You will receive full support from our Volunteering Coordinator, Paul Daley.