We need Board members who are able to attend four Board meetings per year, plus the AGM. They will also need to respond to emails periodically throughout the year when decisions need to be made in between meetings. There are also opportunities to join sub committees (Communications or Audit and Risk), should you be interested in either of those specific areas of work.
D&G Care Trust provides supported real life work placements to adults 16+ with additional support needs. We do this through our gardening in the community and woodwork projects. We are looking for 3 new Trustees/Board Members to join us to help to continue the invaluable service we provide and contribute to developing plans to ensure our sustainable future.
Dumfries and Galloway Mental Health Association is a long established successful local mental health charity, providing care, support and accommodation in the form of supported or residential to people across Dumfries and Galloway, who have been assessed as requiring our support. Supporting people who use our services to lead an improved quality of life, mental health and physical wellbeing is our underlying philosophy across all our services. The Board of Trustees is the governing body and ultimate decision makers of the organisation as detailed in our Articles of Association. As such, we must discharge our responsibilities to the organisation in accordance with the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). OSCR states that: Charity trustees are defined in Scottish Charity Law as people in general management and control of the charity. This means the trustees are the people legally responsible for all decisions and actions taken by the charity and have a shared responsibility and requirement under charity law. This is a time of exciting change at DGMHA, developing new and existing services. We are recruiting new board members to join our Board. We welcome board members from all backgrounds relevant to our role and responsibilities, including mental health, lived experience of mental health, social care, health, finance, business, human resources, quality assurance and audit, health and safety, technology. However, we would be delighted to hear from anyone who feels their skills or experience could be an asset to us. You will be required to attend regular Board meetings and the Annual General Meeting. Being a trustee on our board is a voluntary, unpaid role, however expenses are paid.
We want to recruit 2 new Trustees to help us lead our organisation in this new venture and continue to do the tasks we know make a difference to our community to improve the quality of lives of people affected by cancer. Making collective decisions to ensure the organisation is run well. Helping to organisation to plan future activities and any new roles for WWAC. Overseeing the management of existing projects. Overseeing the management of WWAC resources. Attending WWAC events to support our volunteers. Attending presentation events.
Annandale Community Transport operate 4 cars and 4 mini buses to provide transport to residents to hospital appointments both with in the the region and further afield. Board Directors are responsible for the running of the organisation and ensuring that ACTS is properly managed and provides the service it was set up to deliver.
The trust are looking to recruit a trustee to join the board. The trust would particularly welcome a new trustee with a legal background. The Robert Burns Ellisland Trust, a new trust formed in 2020 manages the house and farm as a museum and is supported by volunteers.
The Robert Burns Ellisland Trust (SCIO: 049973) is looking for a Treasurer to join its board of trustees. Whilst this is a voluntary position, it offers an exciting opportunity to help conserve and develop one of the most important sites in the life of Robert Burns. The Treasurer will strengthen the capacity of the current board, whose members include leading academics, artists and museum professionals in developing Ellisland, recently judged the most authentic Burns site in Scotland. Duties including working with the chair and business development manager on financial reporting, planning and policies using the xero system.
If you have a passion for Robert Burns, Scottish culture and Dumfries and Galloway, you will particularly enjoy this role.
No matter how good our services are, we can't properly support our users/community well if we don't have a good committee behind the team. If this sounds like you?... we would love you to consider volunteering with us for a few hours per month.
We are looking for people with an interest in mental health and a desire to improve the lives of local people. We would welcome applications from people with lived experience.
Our friendly Committee is an ideal place for you to put your Committee Skills to great use or if you are new to being on a Committee it is a great place to learn – willingness to train into the role, reading committee papers, attending committee meetings, contributing to the meeting, making decisions on organisational matters and working towards a consensus
So, whether you are looking to use your time well, update your skills or have the chance to do something a bit new, we would love to hear from you. In return, we can offer you a warm welcome and all of the support and help you could need.
We are seeing a rise in demand for our services, everyday. Having your help will allow us to be there for the people who need us. Any time you can give will make a real difference.
To get involved click on the “I want to Volunteer” button, fill in your details and register your interest in our role.
To get involved, register on the Link Up West Dunbartonshire site, click on the apply button, complete the application process and submit your application
We are an organisation which aims to facilitate health improvement for the communities in the West of Edinburgh which include Broomhouse, Sighthill & Parkhead. Using an inclusive approach, we promote healthy lifestyles and provide a variety of social health activities. We are looking for volunteers to join our Board who represent
our local communities of Broomhouse, Sighthill and Parkhead.