After 18 years in its current home at 14 Ashley Place, EVOC will be moving to new premises located at 525 Ferry Road from Monday 29 October 2018.more
Want to volunteer and not sure where to start?
There are hundreds of different ways to volunteer in Edinburgh. No matter who you are, how much or how little time you have or why you want to volunteer, there is a role that is just right for you. We can help you find it. We have been helping all sorts of people in Edinburgh find volunteering for over 45 years.more
Want to register your organisation and start recruiting volunteers?
Any voluntary or public sector organisation can register with us. This allows you to advertise your volunteering opportunities with us for free.
We have a new online registration process making it easier than ever to advertise your volunteering opportunities.more
Learning and development opportunities
We offer a range of learning and development opportunities throughout the year. This includes Core Skills in Volunteer Management (CSVM), Evolve (CPD for Volunteer Managers), Inspire (Peer Support), and our new Challenge Workshops covering a wide range of subjects relevant to working with volunteers.
We hold regular What We Offer You sessions to help you get the best from us, and we provide bespoke training solutions tailored to your individual organisational needs.more
This resource has been developed by Volunteer Edinburgh with support from partners, to give volunteer managers access to high quality, reliable and up to date information on managing volunteers.
Whether you are just starting out involving volunteers or you have been managing volunteers for many years, we aim to cover a wide range of volunteer management issues and give you access to the knowledge that you need.more
Sarah Cleary, the Health and Employability Service Manager at Volunteer Edinburgh was at the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday night for the National Self Management Awards and ministerial announcement by Jackie Baillie (MSP) and Jeanne Freeman (MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport) about funding for new projects of which our Health and Wellbeing “Wrap Around Buddying Project” is one.more
Look who features in the latest edition of Working Capital. It's Sarah Cleary, Christine Meldrum and Joanna Sharp from our Employability Team. "Our key feature on page 6 focuses on volunteering as a route into employment. This comes at a time when Volunteer Edinburgh are celebrating the ten year anniversary of the start of their employability programmes."more