The Data Working Group looks after survey and carbon accounting data as well as helping to manage the main contact mailbox.
Lead a group for young adults with autism and learning disabilities to participate in and enjoy. Support staff will be present for the individuals. These groups can be in any area you may be interested in – for example; mediation group, sewing class, dance group, math group, arts and crafts.
Enrich someone's day by giving them that extra little bit of individual help when taking part in activities or by just being there to have a one to one chat and a joke. The clients appreciate your company and you get lots of satisfaction.
Taking up a new activity, especially one we’ve never done before, might help maintain our thinking skills. We are looking for people aged 65 and over interested helping us explore how that might happen.
Enthusiastic volunteer with a genuine interest in helping our brain-injured adults get involved in a range of therapeutic activities.
As a volunteer in this centre, you will provide valuable help by sharing your skills, interests and time in the form of an activity group for Shaw Trust's jobseekers
The church is looking for volunteers to help supervise and lead simple but fun activities for local families. Our activity coordinator would support local families and young and old to have quality time together.
A great opportunity to gain work experience and develop skills in various fields of work as the role at LINKnet will be varied and continuous training will be provided.
Pain Concern needs a confident and experienced Administration Assistant to help its General Manager on daily basis, by undertaking a variety of administrative, clerical and secretarial tasks.
We’re looking for volunteer Advisory Board members to support us in Scotland to achieve its strategic objectives. Collectively, Advisory Board members will have a balance of skills and experience which will support core business and supporting functions.
CAPS are looking for a friendly and approachable individual to provide information on Advocacy Services and how Independent Advocacy might help people experiencing Mental Health difficulties.
Advocard's Volunteer Advocacy Workers provide a vital 1:1 independent advocacy service to mental health service users living in the community in Edinburgh.
This role involves using your own lived experiences of eating disorders in a positive way to raise awareness, fight against stigma and campaign for change.
CAPS are looking for people willing to use personal experiences of a Personality Disorder to work as part of a Collective Advocacy Project , to raise awareness, challenge stigma and promote changes in attitudes and services
To work with children in a variety of settings which might include group work and individual support. To help ensure overall smooth running of club activities including the setting up preparation and the serving of snack as directed by the senior staff
Support lead coach in delivery of sport/physical activity within Special Schools? After School Club programme
Ageing Well Volunteers are all aged 50 + and provide encouragement, information and support to help their peers in the local community to achieve a more active and healthy lifestyle.
Fostering with Pet Care Network involves taking care of someone's companion animal in your own home for a week or two while their owners are in hospital or respite care.
Ability to engage with the people we support and have the ability to make the session accessible to everyone.
The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.