Leith Sea Cadet Unit are currently looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated Chairperson to join their Unit Management Team (UMT) to lead the management of the Unit. There are free training courses available for you to develop new skills, boost your CV and support you in this role.
We support individuals who are supported by their family members at home. Groups include adults with physical or learning difficulties, people with long term progressive conditions (MS, Parkinson, dementia) and elderly people. Volunteers spend 1:1 time with the person and take part in various activities
Clinical examinations which are undertaken by undergraduate and postgraduate doctors require volunteer patients with clear physical signs who are willing to give up some time to help us out in the exams.
We need volunteers of all ages and backgrounds who have a few hours to spare each month to help with the education of medical students.
Are you happy to volunteer using your own vehicle? Do you have a few hours a week to spare and enjoy meeting people? If you’re an active person looking for a flexible volunteer driver role then come and join our friendly team.
We are a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation providing data literacy and analytics, and STEM tutoring support to pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds in (S1 – S6) to help in closing attainment gaps and enhance their progress to further education, employment, or training.
As a new trustee you'll have the opportunity develop your decision making skills, work as a team, manage money and support your community. You will be making new friends, utilising your existing skills, and boosting your wellbeing. All while creating opportunities for young people.
MIDAS trained drivers will collect unwell, frail or disabled people from their homes in our access buses, and take them to local older peoples clubs.
The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) is the biggest independent initiative being delivered in Scottish education. Each school is responsible for directing a grant of £3,000 to a local charity championed by its students. Our volunteer will support school pupils to apply for the grant for St Columba's.
Join our amazing team of Community Support Volunteers in Lothian, who support people who have had one of our conditions to develop autonomy and confidence in self-management to better engage in their community.
Join our amazing team of Kindness Callers, who support people who have had one of our conditions via a weekly telephone call to reduce the feeling of isolation and loneliness.
We are looking for volunteers with day time availability to be matched 1-1 with over 60s to create a friendship based on shared interests. This would initially start as a telephone based call once a week. The option for physically distanced outdoor visits and in person once you have got to know each other.
Befrienders, as part of the Circle of Support, help a person we support build their confidence and participate in social activities within their community. This may include going for walks, participating in clubs or classes together, or attending Equal Future’s monthly social events.
This is a great opportunity to play an important role in helping to improve the future provision and quality of end-of-life care. It is also a chance to learn about the research and policy work in the sector.
Do you have what it takes to change a young person's life for the better? Could you spare 1 - 2 hours a week? Move On is currently recruiting Volunteer Mentors for our intandem project targeting young people in the care system aged between 8-14 years in in Edinburgh & the Lothians.
To fix up some wooden toys, change light bulbs, repair locks on doors, keep our storeroom clean and tidy and do general maintenance.
Join us a a admin volunteer and help make a difference to families in crisis.
We are looking for friendly volunteers to help our shop team assist customers and donors and ensure the shop is tidy and well stocked. By helping us to raise funds in our shops you will be a vital part of ensuring no life is half lived. Not only that, but you will learn new skills, make friends and have fun!
We are a self-help organisation and we provide a safe, confidential environment in which bereaved people can share their experiences and feelings, so giving and gaining support from each other. We also strive to improve public awareness and maintain contacts with many other organisations.
Passengers register with us to use our services either by telephone, online or with a registration form. Our dispatchers take passengers details and other information, provide relevant advice and book journeys.