Cocktails in Care Homes Volunteers

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We are so popular! Thanks to amazing publicity over the last couple of months we now have a big waiting list for Cocktails in Care Homes volunteer inductions going into 2019. We don’t want to waste your time and understand that joining something full of enthusiasm and then not getting to do it can be frustrating so we are closing volunteer sign ups temporarily.

However, you can  join a mailing list that will give you priority to sign up and book on inductions once we’ve got availability: click here to join the mailing list.

We won’t use this list for anything else but there are plenty of other ways to support and get involved with Magic Me and Cocktails In Care Homes in the meantime:

Fundraise for us – we have lots of how to guides for fun fundraising (it’s not all about running marathons – although it you want to do that we’d be very grateful) click here to find out more

Offers of expertise and office based volunteering are always welcome – just email us at info@magicme.co.uk if you think you can help – this will normally be day-times.

Make a donation

If you’d like to get regular newsletters from Magic Me covering all the different aspects of our work you can sign up here (newsletters go out about once a month).

Join us for a ‘Making Day’ to support our themes team! (ongoing, during offices hours)
Join us for the afternoon at our offices in Bethnal Green and have an afternoon of creativity and fun, creating themed décor for our Cocktail parties. We organise the materials and the activities, you just bring your creative flair! Email Cocktails Project Coordinator Sarah to find out about upcoming sessions: sarahwatson@magicme.co.uk

Visit the Cocktails in Care Homes pages to find out more about the project.

I started volunteering because I wanted to do more, give back something to the older generation and because I missed my grandparents.

I keep coming back because I enjoy it, it’s such a small commitment on our part that makes such a big difference to the residents lives.

I decided to be a party manager to help ensure that the parties could carry on, and to work with Lindsay to make the parties as great as we can so the residents get the most enjoyment out of it.

Charlie Smoothy, Party Manager at Norton House

If you are interested in volunteering with your colleagues or through your work please take a look at our Corporate and Business page.