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Learning at Volunteer Glasgow

We are currently recruiting learners for a new round of 12 week classes in the following subjects: ESOL Literacies, Basic IT, Numeracy and Digital Skills.  All classes will start in January, are free of charge and will take place in our Bothwell Street office.  A full timetable and referral form can be found here. If […]

Lets Hear IT for Liasu! – Special Offer Volunteer

Liasu is an extremely qualified IT and support services volunteer who is very keen to help charities and community groups in Glasgow.  If you need help with office support; computer maintenance; project support services or computer set up and relocation – he’s your man!  All Liasu requires in return is his travel costs reimbursed. His […]

Can You Care for South West Carers Centre – Request for Team

Team of volunteers required to help complete a makeover at South West Glasgow Carers Centre on Paisley Road West.   Your tender loving care will help service users to smile when they see you’ve freshened up the interior walls with a lick of paint – or replanted the plant pots at the door – or weeded […]

Help in Malawi (from Rutherglen!)

Use and improve your admin skills to assist in the day to day running of the office, and become part of the Classrooms of Malawi family.  Min age 16. Classrooms for Malawi build schools in some of the poorest areas of Malawi to enable children to learn in a safe and secure environment.  Their office […]

P.E.E.K’s Racenight, 3rd July 2015

Help raise funds for P.E.E.K’s Youth Exchange Project, Race Night on 3rd July at St Joseph’s Church Tollcross.

Our Bothwell Street office is…

CLOSED Friday and Monday for the Easter Public Holiday

Get Your Fingers Green

A wonderful opportunity to help maintain the Hidden Gardens, a much-loved public space on Glasgow’s Southside. Min Age 16.

Overseas volunteering with the Malawi Project 2015

Take action. Get involved. Expand your horizons. Make a difference. This is an opportunity to engage in a world changing friendship between Malawi and Scotland. It is a chance to be part of a real sustainable change. This project is an opportunity to teach and learn; to change and be changed; to inspire and be inspired. It is a chance to be a part of transforming communities who often struggle to feed their families. Embarking on a trip to a far off country will change the way you think about the world, give you skills that will change your life, and introduce you to inspirational people and places. Minimum age is 18.

Lights, Camera, Action!

Do you love movies that matter? Passionate about changing the world? Then why not volunteer with the Take One Action Film Festival? You’ll gain great experience, meet great people and take part in something special. The minimum age is 18.

Magic With Money? – Home Based Volunteer Fundraiser

Help Narcolepsy UK raise funds to support people living with the condition.

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