You don't need to be a social media or marketing expert for this role - just able to use the internet, email and confident talking to people.
We’ll tell you about our latest national fundraising activities, emergency appeals and campaign messages so you can tell others and encourage them to take part, support and attend events. You’ll research local opportunities, and contact local businesses, schools and local groups. You’ll also find free ways to tell your community about what’s happening locally and nationally.
The Community Fundraising Manager is only a phone call away for support and you’ll meet up with them regularly to make promotional plans and for any mutual updates.
It’s a really flexible role which can fit around your other commitments. If you’re over 18 and can commit to at least two hours a week for a minimum of six months please get in touch.
The role of the Media Co-ordinator will involve weekly opportunity at Dens Park stadium. You will volunteer alongside the Community Trust Manager to share the roles and activity of the Community Trust via social media, website and match day programme. This role will include visits to projects to promote and raise further awareness. Projects include educational talks and workshops, walking football and sessions for young people. The media co-ordinator will be asked to create a live feed during event delivery and also use pictures and film to bring our projects to life. The co-ordinator will support the development of our website through updates.
Are you interested in social media?
Can you create interesting and topical posts in a range of formats like video, photos and text?
ACE/Adventure Carrick are looking for a talented, motivated and enthusiastic digital-savvy person to volunteer to create new content for our Facebook and Instagram profiles.
We want our audience to know who we are and what we can provide, and we need help to do it!
If you don’t know, ACE/Adventure Carrick is an outdoor activities provider for locals and visitors.
We do things like archery, axe-throwing, forest walks, coasteering, paddle boarding, kayaking and much more.
Our social media platforms are one of the best ways to let people see all these exciting opportunities and learn how to book them. We're ideally looking for someone who lives locally as you will be required to spend some time at the centre.
What we need
We’re looking for someone who can provide about 5 hours per week (this is flexible) to work with our team on the following:
• Create a social media plan to release new content on Facebook and Instagram on a frequent basis;
• Create and curate social media posts for each platform;
• Capture the occasional live event (subject to the correct permissions being in place);
• Come up with new, innovative and creative approaches to showcasing our work to those both living in South Carrick and to the wider world;
• Work closely with the CEO and wider ACE team.
What will you get?
• Access to a range of land and water-based equipment to further your own active adventure;
• Chance to develop skills and experience for career-based paths
• You can use these hours towards volunteer programmes such as the Saltire Awards or Duke of Edinburgh if you’re a young person, or work-based skills programmes if you are 16+
To apply, please send your C.V. and a short statement about your suitability for the post including skills and experience to email@example.com
About Pain Concern:
Pain Concern is a charity providing information and support to people with pain and
those who care for them, whether family, friends or healthcare professionals. Visit
our website to find out more about what we do, including our Airing Pain radio
programme, Pain Matters magazine, information helpline and online community.
All pain is unpleasant, but for the one in five people in the UK living with long-term
pain it is a part of everyday life. It diminishes quality of life more than any other
condition, leading often to loss of work, depression and disability. Anyone at any
age can develop persistent pain and you will very probably know somebody
affected. Although there is usually no cure, people who receive the appropriate
treatment, information and support can manage their condition effectively with lifechanging results.
About the role:
Pain Concern is looking for a highly motivated, hard-working candidate seeking
entry into broadcast journalism/production. For the right candidate, this is a chance
to boost your CV whilst helping to realise Pain Concern’s mission, to ‘work to
improve the lives of people living with pain and those who care for them.
We have 140 editions of Airing Pain podcasts to date which brings together people
living with chronic pain, their supporters, and leading healthcare professionals to
explore the resources and approaches to the assisted self -management of chronic
Airing Pain is produced by award-winning former BBC radio producer, Paul Evans.
The successful candidate will work closely with him, benefitting from his forty years
of experience working in the broadcast industry.
What you would be doing:
As a member of the Airing Pain production team, you will help in the initial research
for each programme, and you will help facilitate its success after broadcast.
• Supporting the producer and production team in the production of the podcast.
• Promoting the podcasts in Pain Concern’s media outlets.
• Monitoring programme reach and listener numbers.
• Capturing feedback for our programmes.
• Writing research notes and programme descriptions.
• Administrative tasks associated with production, such as contact database management.
• Researching, contacting contributors, and scheduling interviews in conferences such as the British Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting.
Is this role right for me:
We are looking for an individual who possesses some or all of the below
experiences, skills and qualities.
• You will probably be educated to degree level or a current undergraduate.
• Your subject of study is not relevant, neither is previous experience or training
in the world of ‘media’.
• Excellent communication skills
• Excellent listening and questioning skills
• Enthusiasm for the medium of speech radio/podcasts
• A working understanding of IT, Microsoft office and have access to a
computer, laptop, or tablet with internet access
• Happy to use Microsoft Teams for meetings
• Ability to work to deadlines
• Knowledge of / interest in pain and long-term conditions
• Willingness to commit for at least 6 months
Availability and location:
• Volunteer 2-4 hours per week
• You can volunteer on days/times which suit you and fit around your current
commitments some flexibility may be required
• You can volunteer from our office at Newcraighall, Edinburgh or from your
Benefits to you:
• Experience volunteering as part of a friendly team
• Meet new people
• Build on your employability skills
• A dedicated volunteer line manager looking after you
• A job reference
• Reasonable travel and expenses will be reimbursed in accordance with our Volunteer Policy
• Satisfaction of giving a valuable service to the community.
How do I apply:
Download and complete an application form our website at
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About Pain Concern: Pain Concern is a charity providing information and support to people with pain and those who care for them, whether family, friends or healthcare professionals. Visit our website to find out more about what we do, including our Airing
Pain radio programme, podcasts, Pain Matters magazine, information helpline, and our research and campaigning work.
All pain is unpleasant, but for the 7.8 million people in the UK living with longterm pain it is a part of everyday life. It diminishes quality of life more than any other condition, leading often to loss of work, depression and disability. Anyone at any age can develop persistent pain and you will very probably know
somebody affected. Although there is usually no cure, people who receive the appropriate treatment, information and support can manage their condition effectively with life-changing results.
Role Purpose: Pain Concern would not exist without the support of our volunteers.
We are seeking an individual to join our web team to maintain, update and develop
Pain Concern’s website. This would be a great opportunity to learn and develop skills in this space.
What you would be doing:
Support with the creation and upload of content and images to the
Assist in the development of the charity’s website
Conduct keyword research and web stat reporting
Monitor online content ensuring the copy and content is accurate and
Is this role right for me?
Knowledge/Interest of chronic pain and long-term conditions
Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team.
Ability to work flexibly with enthusiasm and commitment
Strong IT skills and knowledge of MS Office
Knowledge of Wordpress would be advantageous
Availability and location:
Minimum commitment of 3 months
Minimum 2-3 hours per week
Hybrid Volunteer from our office at Newcraighall Road, Edinburgh EH15
3HS and from your own location.
Benefits to you:
Experience volunteering as part of a friendly team
Meet new people
Build on your employability skills
Training and a dedicated volunteer line manager looking after you
A job reference after 3 months of volunteering.
Satisfaction of giving a valuable service to the community
On-site car parking
Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed in accordance with our
Dunnet Forestry Trust is a community Woodland in Caithness, they are looking for someone with technical skills to help them update/revamp their Facebook and website page. This is a voluntary role to help the organisation because there is a gap in skills in this particular field with the current volunteers and development officer.
Equine Outreach are a Social Enterprise Company that allows disadvantaged people from Falkirk and the surrounding areas to interact with horses and people, improving their communication skills and confidence. This helps them to integrate further into society and also improve employment opportunities.
We are currently looking for a volunteer to support our social media and website content. It would involve posting updates about what's going on at Equine Outreach and widening our reach. This role would suit anyone looking to develop their branding/digital portfolio, or someone who just wants to use their expertise to support our cause.
We're a small and welcoming team, we take a flexible approach and our goal is that all our volunteers get something out of their time with us too. If you would like to know more, please do get in touch!
Carers UK is the leading national charity for unpaid carers. We support, advocate for, champion and connect carers across the UK, so that no one has to care alone.
We are seeking to appoint up to three people to join our Board of Trustees, to steer us towards our vision of a world where carers are recognised, valued and supported.
RNIB Community Lead Volunteers bring people together, raise awareness, support other volunteers, and tackle barriers to independence. Depending on your availability, training and interests, you will have the chance to take part in some or all of the following: • host events and regular groups. • give talks about sight loss, eye health, the work of RNIB and partners. • design and deliver local campaigns. • lead and train groups of volunteers. • attend information stalls.
Your mission should you choose to accept it, is to capture all the magic moments of camp! If you have some photographic or videography experience and have a flair for capturing those special moments then this could be the role for you at camp. If you have some photographic or videography experience and have a flair for capturing those special moments then this could be the role for you at camp. We will provide you with the equipment and time to collate the spectacular moments of fun campers have had a camp. You will put these together to create a slide show which is shown at the end of camp to everyone to really enjoy and look back on all the amazing of experiences they had at camp. As well as being part of the Media Crew you will also be in a team with other volunteers supporting campers so you won’t miss on all the magical moments of team fun at camp. If you are kind, enthusiastic and have a great eye for a good picture this role is for you. Training and food and accommodation is provided for the duration of camp. We need your help to create the end of camp glow! Join our media crew today! You will also be part of a Camp team team mate and get to join in all the fun of Camp! Camp is 2 - 4 days long (10th-14th July 2023) and you will be required to arrive one day early for training. We will give you all the necessary training and support and provide your accommodation and food for the duration of camp.