The opportunity will involve all aspects of running a credit union , from serving customers, completing forms to accounts or reception work. The opportunity would give an individual good banking experience, customer care not to mention team working skills . There are also good opportunities for training.
We are looking for a Sales Assistant to be an ambassador for Debra whilst volunteering in our store, we require a volunteer who is interested in learning retail and is happy to learn in both the front and rear of house, roles include: Sorting Donations of clothing, working the steam equipment, sorting jewellery, Bric a Brac, moving furniture (if able) and electrical equipment. We like our volunteers to assist in all aspects of the shop including window dressing.
Our Fraserburgh Food bank provides three-day emergency food parcels for people in crisis, working in partnership with organisations across the community. Drivers play a fundamental role in the running of the food bank.
Applicants must have their own car. Mileage will be covered for undertaking deliveries
• Collecting food boxes from Foodbank
• Delivering food boxes to people outside of Fraserburgh
• Carrying heavy boxes of canned foods and some carrier bags of fresh food
• Regular loading and unloading of vehicles
• Deliveries can be in Crimond, Strichen, New Pitsligo, Rosehearty etc
We rely on volunteers like you to help us improve the lives of people with sight loss. We have dogs at various ages and stages of their career who may need temporary accommodation and the need will be dependent on your location and circumstances. In this role your support will include:
• Providing a safe, secure, and welcoming environment for a dog or puppy.
• Ensuring the dog or puppy is fed, exercised, and cared for to maintain excellent health.
• Using positive reinforcement training techniques to teach or maintain behaviours.
• Ensuring the dog is not left alone for more than 4 hours in a 24-hour period.
Foster volunteers who care for dogs in training need to drop off and collect their dog from our regional centre in Forfar, Angus. Times are normally Monday to Friday between 8 - 9am and 5 - 6pm however there are allowances. Dogs will stay with our staff in the centre during the day to complete training. In the evenings and at weekends volunteer dog fosterers will keep the dog at home.
The family support worker is The Butterfly Trusts’ first point of contact with clients in their area, responding to requests that are often for help. The volunteer provides social support in their local community for people affected by Cystic Fibrosis. They offer a listening ear and help to negotiate official systems that include housing, benefits, education, employment and independent living.
The support worker role offers an opportunity to utilise your professional or personal life experience for the purpose of enhancing the life of a family or individual living with the impact of Cystic Fibrosis. Training and support is available.
Family support workers can also be trained to provide advocacy if they wish to be more challenged, learn new skills or perhaps make good use of those they already have.
We have opportunities for volunteers to train as walk leaders to support health walk projects in areas across Aberdeenshire. Becoming a volunteer walk leader with Aberdeenshire Health Walks is a rewarding and sociable role that benefits both your health and the health of others. Health Walks are short, safe, social, fun and accessible low-level walks led by trained volunteers. Paths for All walk leader training is offered for free to support the role. Commitment for the role can be anything from one hour once a month to two+ hours per week depending on the project you’re supporting and the role you take on within that project. As well as supporting the walks, there may be an opportunity to support with some of the project’s administration tasks. This opportunity would be best suited to a ‘people person’, who has a passion for being active/ being outdoors and encouraging others to do the same.
Volunteers required to help at North Uist Agricultural Society Show on July 21st at Hosta Agricultural Shed and grounds.
Volunteers will be needed for car parking, admissions, washing up tea things, and a myriad of other things!
General Volunteers are needed to help at the Festival. covering tent pegs, helping to secure the site etc. Drivers are needed to ferry people and things around on site, ticket sellers, car parking attendants, merchandise volunteers, Green Team (environmental) and Festival Ambassadors to welcome people etc. Volunteers can choose to work for a morning, afternoon or evening session lasting approximately 2 hours each and can volunteer on one day or several days. Volunteers who complete a minimum of 2 sessions will receive free entry tickets for the EDF on a day of their choice. If anyone wants to camp and volunteer for the duration of the festival then a campsite and meal vouchers can be provided.
Everyone will be given a buddy and friends will be placed together.