We are looking for volunteers who have access to their own photography equipment to be able to produce high-resolution images. Your role will be to use your skills for activities that promote the local area and its history.
Take lots of colourful and vibrant photographs of people, objects and displays.
Liaise with staff to promote the services and activities on offer.
Deliver quality well exposed Photographs that may be used for social media and website promotion.
Promote other services and projects that the centre delivers.
Attend volunteer meetings and information sessions when required.
Exhibiting your photography to the public offers numerous benefits. Aside from helping you find an audience that appreciates your creative vision, a photo exhibit will give you as volunteers an outlet to promote your skills and services.
If you are interested please click the ‘apply’ button below (available when logged in and registered). You will then be contacted by the coordinator by email. If you have not heard back after 5 working days, the first step is to contact the organisation with the contact details provided. You could also check your junk/spam folder on your emails just in case the response is there. If that doesn’t work out then please feel free to contact Volunteer Glasgow on 0141 226 3431.
Interested in first aid? Volunteer with St Andrew's First Aid as a Community Facilitator, and you could be providing lifesaving first aid skills to your local community and schools. Make new friends, learn new skills and help us make Scotland a nation of lifesavers. St Andrew’s First Aid is Scotland’s dedicated first aid charity and leading first aid training provider. We believe no one should suffer or die because they needed first aid and didn’t get it.
Our mission is to raise awareness of the importance of first aid skills through first aid event cover, first aid training courses and first aid education within schools and communities across Scotland.
A fantastic opportunity to join our exciting lock keeping project and experience the 'canal magic' for yourself.
As a member of our enthusiastic team of volunteers you will be working in the unique setting of the Forth and Clyde Canal and around famous landmarks such as the Falkirk Wheel and The Kelpies.
Working with our volunteer lock keeping team based at Lock 16 in Camelon, the role will involve assisting with boat movements on the Forth and Clyde Canal between Lock 3 at the Kelpies and Lock 20 near Banknock. Go Forth and Clyde volunteers assist with every boat movement between these locks 7 days per week during the lock keeping season, so there is ample opportunity to get involved.
Volunteers can use their own bicycles to travel between the locks, and Go Forth and Clyde also provides bicycles for volunteers to use whilst on lock keeping duty. The required tools, life jackets and hi-vis clothing will also be provided.
We are looking for someone who has knowledge of video editing who can help us edit videos for courses we are building for our programmes (community strengthening, orphan care, human trafficking, etc.).
We are looking for a video editor who can work alongside our course developer 1-2 days a week in a combination of in-person at our Falkirk Centre and remotely.