As a Volunteer Minibus Driver for Blantyre Volunteer Group, you will help a wide range of community groups – including those involving children, youth, older people, and people with disabilities to access social and recreational activities.
The skills and references required, and the training provided is to ensure the care and safety of the people you will be driving. Volunteers will be put through their MIDAS if required.
Volunteers must be reliable, friendly and caring, and have a good sense of humour.
Thurso Community Café is a non profit making Café run exclusively by volunteers and relies on donations of food. Volunteers are required to collect food donations from local businesses [usually in the evening] and drop off at the cafe for the catering staff to prepare. Do you have a car and are willing to help out with deliveries and moving items for the cafe?
Restart are looking for volunteer van driver, to pick up small electrical items from customer’s houses every Friday commencing 25th September. The volunteer will need to be over 25 with a full, clean licence to satisfy insurance requirements. This is a great opportunity to make an environmental difference locally, whilst helping those on low incomes.
*Can you help driving members to our bingo group – all help greatly appreciated*
Woodside Community Centre is looking for people to drive members from their homes in various locations across the city, to the centre to play bingo on a Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evening. The minibus is parked in the car park at the Woodside Fountain Centre, Marquis Road, Aberdeen. Good support is provided to all volunteers and all help makes a real difference.
For further details, please contact Angela McPherson, Secretary on 07802 838277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inchgarth Community Centre is currently looking for a new Volunteer Bus Driver for our Phoenix Club. The Phoenix Club is a social club for people with physical and learning disabilities. It is a very important place for our members as it's often the only opportunity people have to talk and socialise during the week. Some of them live far away from the centre, or just cannot come here by themselves, hence the need for a driver.
The Phoenix Club is held every Monday from 7-9pm, while the driver would need to be at Inchgarth at 5.15pm to get the bus and start the round. The role is only driving, there will be an escort in the bus to support and manage every needs from our members. The driver is welcome to stay in the centre during the Phoenix Club, and we'll be happy to help you with coffee and a slice of cake! At the end of the club, the driver would take home our members. To be able to drive you would need a D1 on your license.
If you wish to volunteer, or know someone who might be interested, please get in touch with us. Even once a month would be great and your help would make a massive difference to some of societies most socially isolated and vulnerable adults and ensure people can get to their club.
For more details please contact Jules Ory, Inchgarth Community Centre Volunteer Coordinator, at email email@example.com or tel.: 01224 325191.
Volunteers will be required to collect and unpack food from the local supermarket. They will offer a warm welcome and ask customers for details for Track & Trace. Face coverings will need to be worn. This opportunity is perfect for a person who is compassionate, firm and non judgemental. The Salvation Army is a Christian Church and charity. Volunteers would be required to be in sympathy with the Christian faith & willing to work in an environment free from alcohol, gambling and smoking.
Please only call if you fit the following criteria:
· Up-to-date Disclosure / PVG Check
· Access to a car, as we need people who can start straight away
· Under 60 years’ old
We have a very specific urgent appeal for Volunteer Drivers. We desperately need more volunteer drivers to take patients to their cancer treatment in the North Ayrshire area. Due to the Coronavirus social distancing guidelines we need many more drivers. If you are under the age of 60, have an up-to-date Disclosure or PVG and have access to a reliable car please get in touch. We will reimburse travelling expenses for Volunteers.
Our Volunteer Drivers provide transport to and from cancer patient’s homes to hospitals in Glasgow and locally for cancer treatment. The service is especially useful for those who feel unwell after treatment, those living in rural areas, elderly patients and parents taking children for treatment. Your help is greatly appreciated in this time of need.
If you think you can help please get in touch
Clydesdale Community Initiative is looking to recruit volunteer driver to help them deliver food parcels on behalf of the Clydesdale Food Bank. The Food Bank provides assistance to those experiencing food poverty and covers a wide geographical area throughout the Clydesdale region.
***Please only call if you have the following:- an up to date Disclosure Check and a 4 door car, as we need people who are ready to start straight away***
We have a very specific urgent appeal. We desperately need more volunteer drivers to take patients to their cancer treatment. If you are under the age of 70, have a Disclosure or PVG and access to a reliable 4 door car please call us now on 01563 538008. We reimburse travel expenses. Thank you. (Disclosures can be updated or obtained online from: https://www.mygov.scot/disclosure-types/
Our Drivers provide transport to and from cancer patient’s homes to hospitals in Glasgow and locally for cancer treatment. The service is especially useful for those who feel unwell after treatment, those living in rural areas the elderly and parents taking children for treatment.
we are looking for drivers to take patients to and from appointments as well as pick up samples from care homes/community hospitals and take them to 3 acute sites.
We have vehicles which can be used for patients transport – they are setup with COVID measures and the volunteers are not expected to help the patient in or out of the vehicle.