We're looking for someone who can help us attract, recruit and empower volunteers to raise money and awareness for Save the Children in our wonderful Edinburgh Shops. It's a flexible role that can be worked around your own time commitments and will make a massive difference to our teams!
Litter picking the towpaths and the water. Vegetation Control to widen the towpaths. Garden Maintenance at Calder Crescent. Painting the canal metal fencing surrounding locks & canal furniture metal and wooden. Graffiti removal from walls and bridges.
Looking for a workout? If you like to keep active and stay in shape, volunteering in our warehouse could be the answer you’re looking for. We always need helpful and active people to help keep our stock moving from the van to warehouse and onto the store and from store back to the van for delivery!
We need a volunteer with the skills to build, develop and maintain our website. Specifically who could transform the current website into something easier to manage, to add to and to give people up to date and improved information about our organisation.
We are keen to develop our website, so that it is fit for purpose now and into the future. We do not have the internal capacity or skill set to do this on our own, and require the support of experienced professionals.
Welfare Volunteers work together helping to ensure the mental, physical and emotional wellbeing of volunteers and members of the SHRUB Coop. This could include helping create accessible welfare policies, assisting with workshops and drop in sessions and arbitrating conflicts and complaints.
We are looking for dynamic volunteers to help with the planning and delivery of a varied wellbeing & activities program to older men who are alcohol dependent.
The work of the WS volunteers can vary from spending one whole day with one witness or family, to five minutes with each witness giving information and being with someone before and after they have given evidence in Court. A lot of the volunteers' time is spent being supportive to people while they wait.
The Turing Trust are looking for a workshop assistant who is able to help us to process our donated IT equipment, helping to maintain an efficiently organised warehouse.
Looking for volunteers who can provide support to young people in Edinburgh and inspire them to write and boost their confidence.
Young Humanist Ambassadors play a vital role in representing the charity, primarily online, but also at local events and functions, speaking about our work and the importance of our campaigns.
This opportunity is to volunteer with young wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 at our Edinburgh monthly youth group.
The Big Project is a youth and Children's Project based in Broomhouse. We work with 5-15 year olds and offer a variety of services to children and young people including open access work, targeted group work, individual support, residential and holiday programme.
Volunteers are invited to get involved in our youth work programme and work in a team alongside experienced full/part time staff and volunteers.
Girlguiding are looking for unit helpers to join Rainbows (ages 5-7), Brownies (ages 7-10), Guides (ages 10-14) and Rangers (ages 14-18) across Edinburgh.
Girlguiding Scotland are looking for Youth Group Leaders for our Brownie Section for girls aged 7-10 years. For more information about Brownies, please visit https://www.girlguidingscotland.org.uk/sections/brownies/
Girlguiding Scotland are looking for Youth Group Leaders for our Guides Section for girls aged 10-14. For more information about Guides, please visit https://www.girlguidingscotland.org.uk/sections/guides/
Girlguiding Scotland are looking for Youth Group Leaders for our Rainbows Section for girls aged 5-7. For more information about Rainbows, please visit https://www.girlguidingscotland.org.uk/sections/rainbows/