Come and be part of a vibrant and friendly team! We are looking for someone to scan documents and do some shredding for a couple of hours a week. The times are flexible according to what you can offer. Expenses paid. Other opportunities can be discussed too!
This role will require the volunteer to be enthusiastic about gardening and working with residents and staff in a creative manner. We would like to create a space for residents to enjoy and grow their own vegetables but also look at expanding the garden in more creative ways. Do you think you can help?
Volunteering in our wood workshop is a great opportunity to learn how to use a variety of woodworking tools, build upcycled furniture, and contribute to our positive environmental impact.
LCTS are a small, but ambitious charity, providing community transport services to the City of Edinburgh and the Lothians. We are looking for trustees who can join us in making a real impact and help shape the future of LCTS. We’d love to hear from you.
CARDS volunteers meet with clients every week to help them develop their social skills and increase their confidence to go out in the local community. Clients can slowly re-learn how to manage a trusting relationship with another person. This is the first step towards taking back control of their lives.
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.
Ageing Well Volunteers are all aged 50 + and provide encouragement, information and support to help their peers in the local community to achieve a more active and healthy lifestyle.
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.
Oxfam volunteers make our vital work with some of the world's poorest communities possible. We can’t do it without you. Every donation, no matter how big or small, makes a difference. Without your help, we wouldn't be able to respond quickly to emergencies around the world.
As a volunteer counsellor you will work one to one in a therapeutic capacity with up to 3 children per week. The commitment is for one day per week, for three school terms, from 8.30am to 4.30pm to include therapy sessions and supervision of clinical work.
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.
The primary tasks of working as Hospital Radio Support Volunteers are Visiting patients in the wards to: Promoting the service to patients. Helping patients access the service. Collecting requests for the nightly request show
The Lauriston Building is part of NHS Lothian's University Hospitals Division, whose 11,000 staff care for around 142,000 adults and 19,000 children every year. The building offers patients services including Dermatology, Dental Services, Dietetics, Ear, Nose and Throat, and Orthopaedics.
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 have a range of digital programmes related to technology, including designing and building your own video game, coding with the micro:bit, robotics, media design and creating a prototype of an invention. We are looking for volunteers to assist and inspire the young people for each programme.
Would you like to be part of our mission to teach young people and communities about local, seasonal food? We are recruiting a Child Protection Officer and general board members. We would love to hear from you if you’d like to play an instrumental part in our organisation.
The purpose of this role is to provide support for the catering team by setting up the counter and chilled cabinets in the staff café and then serving staff with food and operating the till. If you are organised and enjoy working as part of a team and chatting with people, this will be a great role for you!
The Secretary shall convene all meetings of the Society on behalf of the Captain, and maintain accurate minutes of all procedures and decisions, deal with all correspondence, maintain accurate records of membership, sight classifications, contact details and more.
We are now seeking to appoint a Volunteer Director to work alongside the Board at Aerial Art House. Our ideal candidate will be dynamic and flexible, with the ability to seek out opportunities for the company and genuinely interested in arts (possibly circus arts).
Join Alan at The Salisbury Centre to learn DIY skills and enjoy a shared lunch together. Projects range from woodwork to painting to designing signage.