UPDATE: this position has now been filled.

We are looking for a Communications Volunteer to join our friendly team.

This is a great opportunity for tech savvy looking for some experience in the charity and fundraising sector. Here's the job description

The role is to lead our communications outputs with the below:

  • Creating, optimising, and uploading content to our website
  • Conducting analysis of web traffic
  • Researching material for social media posts
  • Identify ways of maximising our social media audience to increase our profile through engagement
  • Scheduling posts
  • Undertaking design research for creative concepts (banners, leaflets etc)

Our communications volunteer role will suit a person interested in working in the charity sector or someone recently retired who wants to make a difference by engaging people to support the cause of primary education in Kenya.  We will be starting an exciting new project and, working closely with the Trustees and our Projects Co-ordinator in Kenya, you will be at the forefront of our work.

The role is agile/remote therefore the applicant can be based anywhere in the UK.

If this sounds like something up your street, please email an application letter detailing your skills and experience or a CV to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will be in touch!

Following the discovery that another primary school will shortly be opening opposite our proposed school the Trustees of The Bouncing Ball Trust have taken the difficult decision that, due to the size of the community that both schools would both be serving, our “A School for Kangawa” project is no longer viable. 

We are now actively investigating with our representative in Kenya several possible locations in the country. The Bouncing Ball Trust is committed to working with a local community in an equal partnership to deliver on their Early Years Education provisions. We will continue to fundraise to be ready to build the school once the community has been identified

We are pleased to welcome Shruthi Sivadasan to the Board of Trustees.  

Professionally, Shruthi is a subsea engineer with Wood in Aberdeen.  She will be the lead Trustee for Volunteer Management and bring a wealth of experience to the role having worked as a voluntary teacher in a low-income school in Tanzania and through her chairmanship of  SUT+ Aberdeen. 

Shruthi's biography can be found here.

Did you know that you can help us raise funds simply by recycling your ink cartridges via our Recycle4Charity programme?

For each ink cartridge recycled via the programme we will receive up to £2 donation.

To send your cartridges or start collecting for us click here - http://www.recycle4charity.co.uk/Register/C105764

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We are advertising for voluntary Fundraisers across the UK to support our fundraising efforts.  Further information is available on the DoitUK website here, where you can register your interest.
 
Alternatively, you can apply directly to us by completing our Google form here.