Scottish Wrestling is holding a Scottish Open Championship this weekend in Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall and are looking for volunteers aged 16 upwards to do the score boards at the matches. The event lasts from 9am till 4pm. Food, tea and coffee will be provided. Travel expenses up to £20 can be covered. https://www.wrestling.scot/news/scottish-open-2019 To apply […]
Blog posts for the ‘Volunteer’ Category
From Tuesday 1st October – Volunteer Glasgow’s drop in hours are changing. Tuesday: morning drop-in – 10.30 – 12.30pm Tuesday: afternoon drop-in – 1.30pm – 4pm Wednesday: morning drop-in – 10.30 – 12.30pm Wednesday: afternoon drop-in 1.30pm – […]
Can you spare an hour per week to support a child who has fallen behind at school to get back on track? What’s in it for you? Above all, the real satisfaction of knowing you have helped a child to grow, fulfill their potential and improve their life chances. These are all great opportunities to […]
Police Scotland’s Special Constabulary is looking for individuals from all walks of life to support the work of its police officers.
Victim Support is looking for some administrative assistance at its city centre office.
Teams looking for a worthwhile and rewarding challenge may be interested in this opportunity! Merry Go Round is a charity set up to save good quality children’s clothing and goods from being sent to landfill, enabling the charity to distribute the items free of charge to families in Glasgow. Working with partner support agencies, Merry […]
Action on Hearing Loss Scotland is looking for teams of between 10 – 20 people to help them raise money. Their ACTION 1000 Initiative is simple, challenge yourself to raise £1000 through activities, challenges or events. You can take the challenge on as one team, or have two teams compete to see who can get […]
Time2 English Learning is looking for translations volunteers to support their community education project. Minimum age 18 years. This is a very flexible home based opportunity doing translation work but you can also volunteer as an interpreter in their community venue. For more information click on the link below: Time to Translate
Whiteinch Centre is looking for people to fulfil a range of volunteer roles all delivering training to people within the community. If you enjoy working with people, passing on skills, are looking to boost your CV or gain up-to-date experience as a trainer these could be the roles for you! Topics include manual handling, fire […]
Whiteinch Centre are looking for volunteers over 16 years of age who may be interested in learning how to become a PAT Tester for their community centre. If you would more information click the link below: PAT Tester