Pilmeny Inreach Service - Supporting socially isolated/ housebound older people living in North East Edinburgh.
Big Hearts Befrienders aims to provide weekly one to one support for kinship care young people aged 7-14, who are experiencing isolation, or other difficulties.
We need someone to help with blog articles for our website.
Are you a student at the University of Edinburgh? Are you passionate about blood donation? Could you help Give Blood 4 Good share our message with students and staff at the University of Edinburgh? Then the Give Blood 4 Good Bloody Brilliant Uni Squad could be for you!
We’re now recruiting to fill a Board vacancy. To complement the wide range of skills and interests already represented on the Board, we would particularly welcome interest from individuals with relevant insight and achievement in fields of strategic management and leadership.
The Board meet once a month, normally on a Monday lunchtime. We follow an agenda for the meeting which is prepared i and sent out in advance. Discussions take place on various issues, eg. Centre programming, Staffing, funding, etc.
Given the aims of the charity, we require trustees with experience of one or more of the following areas: Third Sector. Finance. Fundraising. Parenting. Marketing and Communications (including digital). Legal. Early Years. Local Authority (i.e. Education and/or Social Work). Social Enterprise.
We seek to grow the breadth and depth of our Board's experience and skills. We are fortunate to be supported by a dedicated team of over 30 volunteers who support the organisation across all activity.
The Board are responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans, ensuring that they are well-managed and abide by their charitable aims. Board Members must at all times act in the best interests of Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans.
Are you looking for an opportunity to contribute to your local community? Find out more about becoming a member of the board of trustees of Citizens Advice Edinburgh.If you are inspired by the idea of developing and supporting this valuable public service ask for further information.
LinkLiving is looking for up to eight volunteer board members to help oversee the running of our health and social care charity. We currently work in Edinburgh, Forth Valley and Fife supporting people affected by trauma and disadvantage.
We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds to bring different perspectives and skills to U-evolve. We are keen to see applications from those with strategic level experience in one or more of the following areas: Commercial/social enterprise. Fundraising. Governance. Charity.
In addition to participating in Board meeting (4 a year and an AGM) the successful candidate will sit on the Audit and Risk (and Remuneration Committee) of the Board. This is an opportunity to work at a strategic level to support the development of the Museums and Galleries sector in Scotland.
Duncan Place SCIO plans to run a vibrant community and enterprise hub on behalf of the Leith community will become a reality very soon. We are seeking a Trustee with legal expertise in one of more of the following areas: contracts; property; governance; health & safety.
Please note this role is based in Livingston. Almond Housing are looking for enthusiastic, community-minded and suitably qualified individuals to join our Board who are responsible for the overall governance, management and maintenance of approx 2,500 properties and 650 garages in Livingston.
Solas Festival is looking for new members to join our board and support the planning and delivery of one of Scotland’s friendliest small festivals at an exciting time of change and development.
Edinburgh & Lothian Trust Fund (ELTF) is looking for two new Trustees to join their Board. Ideally, one of them will be able to fill the vacancy for Chair that will arise in November.
Trustees will be expected to: Attend Board meetings, which are typically held in the centre of Edinburgh (approximately four times per year) and periodic planning / strategy / organisational development sessions Contribute advice and support on an ad hoc basis Attend Company events and performances.
Bridge to Freedom is a Christian community-based recovery group for men and women aged 18 years and over who are suffering from substance addiction and are looking to establish abstinence and make positive changes in their lives. Volunteers are required to help support the running of the group.
Our beautiful listed community building and garden are open to all who are seeking to grow and develop spiritually, psychologically and creatively. Could you offer your expertise to help us maintain and develop it?