Northfield Community Centre is a popular and dynamic community centre and registered charity with a range of activities to support people and the community.
Northfield Community Learning Association is looking for people who like to support the local community, families/children.
All volunteers are provided with excellent support and any relevant training e.g.: first aid, health and hygiene, basic child protection.
A great and enjoyable opportunity to help and make a difference in the local community. All help is greatly appreciated
For further details please contact:
Tel No: 01224 695416
E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Aberdeen City Youth Council is the official voice of young people in Aberdeen. It works with many bodies in the city to improve representation of young people in the Aberdeen.
It is made up of young people, aged between 14-25 years, from different areas and interest groups in Aberdeen. Youth Councillors are committed to involving and consulting young people and believe young people should have a voice at local, citywide, national and international levels.
Opportunities exist to participate in various ways.
1. Youth Action Committee
2. Mentoring Scheme
3. Scottish Youth Parliament
4. Ongoing youth related events.
Looking for young people interested in youth issues and democracy. Contact for further details.
CFINE are looking for volunteer drivers for our latest initiative, ‘Tuk In Community Café’ (3-wheel electric vehicle).
‘Tuk In’ is a method of delivering low cost, tasty, healthy food to communities with high instances of food poverty.
By taking advantage of surplus food redirected from landfill the café will work to ameliorate food poverty, make available CFINE services, and play a part in developing communities.
All help is greatly appreciated. If you are interested, email Sean on email@example.com or call on 01224 596156
*About Warm Spaces:
As the cost of living increases it is important that we work together to do everything we can to support every household in Aberdeen.
We are working together with partner organisations across Aberdeen to provide a range of public warm spaces that will provide an opportunity for people to come together, share and use resources.
Every warm space is unique however all warm spaces will offer a friendly welcome and comfortable environment to meet friends or socialise. Some warm spaces may be able to provide hot drinks and have activities or programmes that people can join in with. Details of all Warm Spaces in Aberdeen are available at https://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/services/people-and-communities/warm-spaces
*Would you like to volunteer at an Aberdeen Warm Space?:
Do you enjoying talking to people or have a skill or interest that you could share? Our warm spaces will welcome your contribution and can add this to their programme where appropriate. For more details please email us at Warmspace@aberdeencity.gov.uk
New to volunteering/looking for an introduction? Have a few hours to spare?
Working alongside Angus Health & Social Care Partnership, we are looking for volunteers to help deliver recruitment leaflets across Angus
ABOUT THE VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY:
- Deliver leaflets in your local neighbourhood
- Available morning, afternoon, evening and/or weekends
- This can be once a week, a few times a week or a one off
- Open to people of all ages and abilities
If interested, please call 01307 466113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or ask any questions by pressing the 'I want to volunteer' button below.
Volunteer Visitors help to reduce loneliness and enhance wellbeing for the tenants of Normandy Court extra-care housing development in Dalkeith by leading activities and entertainment for small groups of residents.
Volunteers will plan, set up, lead, and tidy up after activities for small groups of residents with the support of on-site staff. Activities could include carpet bowls, crafts, quizzes, board games, musical entertainment, gentle chair exercise and gardening. With each visit they make, volunteers can expect to feel the immediate impact of donating their time as they help to enhance wellbeing for local people in Midlothian. Get in touch to find out about upcoming dates for volunteer training and start your journey today!
Crossroads is a registered charity which has been operating for 37 years in South Ayrshire (although also with a national footprint). We provide a highly needed service in offering a respite service for at home carers. The charity runs with a small office team supported by a team of Care Attendants and over seen by a Management Committee comprising of volunteers who each bring a different set of skills and expertise to aid the operation of the charity.
Our next aim is to raise our profile in South Ayrshire and we would gladly welcome the support of volunteers who would like to share our aim and interest by supporting us, as a volunteer fundraiser.
Ideally the volunteer would have a sales and marketing background, yet it is not mandatory as the sales pitch can be delivered by one of the committee members. The volunteer fundraiser would support by identifying donors, raising the group's profile, writing applications for funding opportunities, organising events, etc.
The group meets on a Tuesday of every second month at 7pm in a meeting room at Biggart Hospital, Prestwick (where the office is located), yet most of the volunteering can easily be done remotely and perhaps meet with the team occasionally as required.
Kindly fill in the contact us form on https://crossroads-sa.org.uk/contact.asp and we will get back to you at our earliest.
Peoples Health Trust (PHT) Peoples Health Trust: Community Conversation Project.
Duties will involve door knocking within the local community to raise awareness of the project and services provided.
Accompany staff to visit residents involved with the Peoples Health Trust Community Conversation project at home and in community settings.
Assisting to organise and facilitate community forum meetings.
Support community projects involved with the community conversations project
Lhanbryde Community Centre has a thriving community cafe that operates 7 days a week. It just doesn't serve great weekend breakfasts and lovely home bakes -- it's also a warm and welcoming place for all members of the community to meet, say hello and socialise.
Volunteers with the cafe can choose from a number of roles: from helping to do prep work and a spot of cooking in the kitchen, or taking food orders and operating the till, or clearing tables, to behind the scenes by helping to fill the dishwasher and keep things tidy in the kitchen. Whatever your preference, there's a place for you. The team needs a few more volunteers to help out just now, and if you could spare 2-3 hours on day and frequency that suits you, that would be grand!
This winter is going to be a very busy one for REAP's energy advisors.
They'll be visiting communities across Moray giving energy advice and helping people find practical ways to cope with the rising costs of energy.
Could you help this team?
A few volunteers are needed to provide a wee bit of practical logistical support to the Energy team during outreach events or workshops. An extra pair of hands, for example, to help up and set down a gazebo, distribute flyers, and perhaps most importantly, practically support the Energy adviser with any small operational tasks that will help the event run as smoothly as possible.
Times are flexible and you don't need to commit to every event... If you'd like to find out more, please just get in touch.