FriendZ Meetups is our exciting, fun, new programme to challenge social isolation and loneliness for adults with Down's syndrome. We’re looking for brilliant, enthusiastic people to support our monthly programme of small group social meetups across Edinburgh
We are looking for an individual to support Libertus with our minute taking. Minute-takers provide a valuable service, ensuring our organisation is working efficiently and effectively. You will be responsible for summarising and recording the key points discussed at our meetings.
1-to-1 mentoring support with care experienced neurodivergent young people
The Lived Experience Network is an opportunity for those within the RAF Family to contribute their perspective on the work of the Fund through a variety of online opportunities. This could be online surveys, polls, focus groups or joining working groups for internal projects on a longer-term basis.
Volunteers are needed to help at a variety of events across Scotland to help our community fundraising team raise the funds needed to provide our services to the RAF Family.
If you're looking for a role that's varied, lively and full of fun, the Dean Club may be for you! We're looking for outgoing, passionate and friendly volunteers to join in at the Dean Club, LifeCare's club for older people facing social isolation and loneliness, based in at our community hub in Stockbridge.
Exhibition Planning Group members can take part in almost all aspects of the exhibitions planning. Planning meetings are held throughout the year, usually online mid-week, during the day. During meetings the various aspects of the exhibition are discussed by the group, for example: curation, PR and events.
ELTF is recruiting up to three new Trustees to replace members who are retiring from our Board over the next few months. There are 4 Trustees’ meetings a year, mostly in person at our office in Edinburgh. At meetings we discuss and decide on policy, strategy and governance issues.
Set up the laptops in the training room; meet & greet people who come in, help them to get set up on their device; support people to develop their digital skills & confidence; signpost people who use the drop in to other Fresh Start services if relevant; adhere to all Fresh Start policies & procedures.
We're looking for a talented and experienced photographer to take high quality shots of our events. These shots will be used in our advertising and promotional activities and encourage more people to take part.
Trolley Volunteer - Western General Hospital Stock up Trolley with items to sell: Toiletries, drinks, confectionary, newspapers and magazines. Take trolley around wards to sell items to patients, visitors and staff. calculate sales lock up trolley at end of run.
Can you be patient, kind and creative? We are looking for reliable volunteers to come and spend time with older patients in hospital in the mid-afternoon, evenings or weekends. You must be a proactive communicator and be able to adapt to new situations.
We are seeking a Chair and a Treasurer to join our active and committed Board of Trustees.
Committee Member (Treasurer) needed for local community group looking to reduce isolation and loneliness.
We need a friendly, enthusiastic person who enjoys working with people in their local community. Your duties would include helping to run the club, chatting with group members and working alongside the other helpers. No specific experience is needed. Weekly on a Monday and Tuesday from 11am.
We are looking for a companion befriender for an elderly lady to accompany her on short outings in her local area and to have a chat with. This role can be regular or flexible, depending on what you are able to offer.
Could you help someone understand their rights, get help and support locally and listen without judging to people who go unheard?
We are looking for volunteers who love photography and videography to help us celebrate amazing and iconic older people in Edinburgh. Think 'Humans of New York' street style photography/mini interviews. This is a fun and creative role that we hope will help tackle stigma surrounding older people and ageing.
Help us offer a free, in-person drop-in service for people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus, or want to get their hearing checked.
Are you a student in Edinburgh? Are you confident, creative and love communicating? Join us as a volunteer Sensational Student Ambassador. Help us inspire more students to tackle loneliness for local older people. Get involved in events, spread the word, and help us understand what makes students tick!