Help keep our shop floor fully stocked by tagging, hanging, steam cleaning our pre loved clothes.
We have a new volunteer role available with our communications working groups! You would be helping for a minimum of three hours per month, to maintain our website, which would include attending one hour meetings every fortnight with the rest of the team.
Mentoring and befriending a young person who has a disability to enable them to achieve the goals they have identified which will help them become more independent and involved in activites in their local community .
IMB members are the eyes and ears of the public, appointed by ministers to perform a vital task: independent monitoring of prisons and immigration detention. They report on whether the individuals held there are being treated fairly and humanely.
Do you work or volunteer in a peer role, using your own experience of mental health issues to help others? You can join this group to meet others with similar experiences and help improve experiences of peer workers and volunteers.
Love and belonging. Support and safety. These are the foundations of the service that staff and volunteers endeavour to provide to the residents of Anne Hope House.
Your role will include some of, but is not restricted to, the following tasks: Sort through donations, being aware of the possibility of a hidden gem and better quality brands. Prepare items for sale by checking, hanging, steaming, sizing and pricing them. Work on the shop floor.
Do you want to volunteer with a small friendly team to distribute Fareshare food to Community Pantries?
We are looking for someone with superb interpersonal skills and the use of their own vehicle to collect and transfer donations made to the shop.
Edina Hibs FC are looking for a volunteer fundraiser to help generate much needed income to keep supporting the children & young people of Craigmillar & Niddrie through affordable Football provision. We believe that access to local community sport is fundamental to developing health & wellbeing.
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.
An excellent opportunity for someone interested in learning more and developing their skills in the world of ‘Community Food’.
We would like to find a new chair to lead the board and Operations Manager through what will be an exciting year of growth for our business. If you're interested in changing the food system in Scotland through community education and making good food more accessible then we'd like to hear from you!
Do you have one night a week to offer as a Sleepover Volunteer? Are you passionate about the transformative power of Christ's love? Then this may be the role for you!
Do you want to support our community for young people with refugee and asylum seeker status? Do you have 5h a month to help translate different materials into Vietnamese? Then this amazing home based opportunity (optional trips, activities and training ) is for you!
We've developed a comprehensive training programme to give you all the skills and support you need to lead a team of up to 5 volunteers at a time in the daily running of our charity shops.
Comradeship Circles offer older members of the ex-service community the opportunity to enjoy regular group camaraderie by telephone. As a technical support volunteer you will ensure the smooth running of the Comradeship Circle by connecting veterans to the call and resolving any technical issues.
You will be supporting primary or secondary students with either their homework, revision and study skills or with IntoUniversity’s structured curriculum. Sessions take place after school in our local learning centres.
You will be part of a team, editing, writing and commissioning content for the magazine, newsletter, website, leaflets. The editorial team undertake all the editorial jobs involved in converting text to publication. Some writing will be involved, but the focus for this role is on ‘editing’ not 'journalism'.
You can help and support people with a variety of tasks including cleaning, tidying, gardening, de-cluttering, or DIY. Not only will you be helping out in a practical way, but the social contact you will provide to our service users will be invaluable and highly rewarding.