SSFFA Grampian needs you! Have you even heard of SSAFA Grampian? Probably not, which is why we need your help in spreading the word. SSAFA in Scotland gives lifelong support to serving men and women, reserves and veterans from the Royal Navy, British Army or Royal Air Force. Your local SSAFA branch is Grampian and we need volunteer Helpers in our communities across North East Scotland to make sure veterans and their families know that help from SSAFA is always close at hand. We need people who can offer some time on a flexible basis, in the first instance to distribute and display posters about us and who we help in prominent places in our local communities.
You're maybe not a boxer, but do you tick all of these boxes?
Do you have experience in promoting organisations in social media platforms?
Do you have experience in all social media platforms?
Do you enjoy engaging with the community?
Than we need your expertise and help!
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and reliable volunteer to support our community engagement. Candidate will work on producing and implementing a marketing plan as well as maintaining communication across our social media platforms such as facebook, Instagram & twitter
Scotland’s Gardens SCheme is Scotland’s growing, giving and inspiring community of garden-lovers. Our mission is to raise funds for charity by encouraging, promoting and supporting garden openings, whilst making the experience inspiring, rewarding and enjoyable for all. We are seeking new volunteers across Scotland to join our local volunteer teams to help support gardens to open their gates to the public and raise money for charity. This is a wonderful opportunity to:
· Be part of a volunteer team which helps to raise funds for hundreds of charities by sharing gardens with visitors
· Use your skills to help promote, organise and/or support gardens to open their gates to the public and raise money for charity
· Meet lovely, like-minded people and share the joy of gardens and gardening
We have a variety of different opportunities to match your interests and availability, including event volunteers, media volunteers, district organiser and treasurer roles. Visit our website for full details and to fill in our expression of interest form.
If you’re tech savvy and know your way around eBay; have a keen eye for unusual or sought after collectables then join our volunteering team. Come and be amazed at some of the items that are donated to your local store and strike gold with those rare finds.
We’ve got dedicated eBay resources to help and assist you with this volunteering role. Research the interesting items; package the small items in our eBay boxes and send them off to be sold at our eBay HQ. Every week we’ll send updates about the most unusual and exciting finds we’ve managed to sell though our stores, will your find be the next eBay headliner?
Get the thrill of researching the curious objects and revel in the satisfaction of sitting back and watching the bids role in. Become a mighty keyboard warrior and help raise funds for our lifesaving research into heart disease.
Volunteers will receive a thank you discount of 25% off any donated stock.
Blantyre Victoria YFC is the youth and adult section of Blantyre Victoria FC and are the youth pathway into Blantyre Victoria FC senior team. We provide a place for young people who share an interest in football to come along and join in.
We are looking for someone to help with all forms of social media. To help raise awareness and the profile of the club of all the hard work taking place on and off the pitch. You do not need to be an expert in social media but have a keen interest in how this type of platform can help communicate with a wider audience.
We have teams of volunteers based around the country making a positive impact in their local communities to raise awareness of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Join our local team, take an active role in planning and delivering awareness raising activities. Planning and organising events across the area to raise awareness. Get involved in tasks such as writing articles and creating newsletters to publicise local activities, manage social media pages and fundraising .
We need volunteers to run, maintain, produce, edit and dispatch weekly audio newspapers for the partially sighted and blind people of Ayrshire. Volunteer readers must have a good, clear speaking voice & enjoy reading; they must feel comfortable reading aloud and be able to put a bit of colour and personality into the stories they are recording to make the experience more interesting for the listener. Someone with a journalist or radio background would be a great advantage, although this is not a requirement.
Computer digital recordings are saved on USB memory sticks & distributed to members each week by post to those on our membership list (post-free). Service users keep the memory sticks for a few days to give them time to listen to all of the stories. They then return them to us where the old recordings are wiped and the memory sticks re-used for the next batch of recordings.
The volunteer producer will operate and maintain the recording equipment in our small studio to record the volunteer readers who come in to record excerpts from the local newspapers, books, magazines etc. The recordings are copied to USBs which are then sent out to our sight impaired membership. When the service users have finished with them, they return the USBs to us so that we can delete the old recordings and replace them with new ones. We need volunteers with relevant skills/expertise in audio software such as Audacity/Windows 10, who can work on a digital audio recording system for our Talking Newspapers Service for the Blind. Volunteers are needed to help us maintain and keep this vital recording equipment in good running order.
Survivors of Human Trafficking in Scotland (SOHTIS)
Human trafficking is happening in all 32 local authorities in Scotland, on each of our doorsteps. Hidden and misunderstood, SOHTIS is committed to bringing freedom to victims and survivors of human trafficking across the country. This is an opportunity for you to join us in bringing awareness initiatives to your area. There will be a range of activities which you can choose from including; networking, arts and crafts, promoting or delivering workshops, training and much more.