Community Savings is a charity that seeks to support those that are financially or socially excluded, principally by providing basic bank accounts, prepaid debit cards, emergency funding and a budgeting and mentoring service. Based in town, we also run various ancillary programmes, including financial educational presentations in secondary schools.

We require:

Cashiers: that would also act as the welcoming face and mentor to customers. Banking experience would be a distinct advantage but not essential as full training will be given.

Administration support: to help with various aspects of managing a small but busy office.

We only operate between 9.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m. and our current volunteers work for between one and three mornings a week.

Please contact Lisa Lidbury or Pauline Martin on 737555 during the above times or e-mail for further information and to obtain an application.

Trinity youth club is a charity run project which offers a range of activities to young people (9 to 18 years of age) to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities.

Trinity youth project relies on volunteers to open their doors; this is not only in face to face sessions but also in administration. The committee meet once every six weeks to oversee the running of the organisation, promote the work of the project and identify and secure funding.

Roles required:

We are currently looking for a new ​vice chairperson to represent the youth project and have an overview of the organisation and its work.

We also require a secretary to write and circulate notes and agendas of the committee meetings.

If you wish to give back to the community and ensure young people have a space in which they can have fun and learn informally, please contact Alex Murray for more information and an informal chat: 07797 758287 or​

Name of Organisation: Jersey Friends of Channel Island Airsearch

Description of Activities: Raising funds for the parent organisation CIAS in Guernsey

Volunteer Position: Honorary Treasurer

Brief Description of Duties: To keep the books, involving the receipt of donations, sending out thank you letters, paying in, supervising the charity's bank accounts, preparing reports for the committee at roughly six week intervals and attending their meetings, preparing the annual accounts and liaising with the auditor. The charity does not deal with the finances of the aircraft, which is handled by the parent company in Guernsey. The 'Jersey Friends' is a fund raising organisation only.

Contact Details: call or write to Roger Leonard, to have an informal chat; 731010, Casa Mia, Montrose, Grans Vaux, St Saviour, JE2 7NA