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Shape Volunteer Glasgow’s Future

Bring your skills in financial management to the team of volunteer Trustees to help improve lives across the city.

Trustee Position – OSCR Experience

If you have experience of interacting with OSCR (Scottish Charities Register) your expertise would be very much appreciated by TRACTion Cancer Support. Volunteers who are over 16 years of age with experience of Charity Registrations and ongoing processes would be very welcome. For more information click the link below Trustee    

Don’t be Bored – Be on the Board!

Haghill & Dennistoun Credit Union are offering opportunities to be part of their board.  This is an excellent opportunity for anyone over 18 years of age who would like to learn more about how a committee works and the responsibilities of being a board member.  The opportunity also offers full training on the work of […]

Direct Sustainability!

Apparel Xchange is looking for volunteers with a variety of professional skills to become Board Directors in  their rapidly expanding Community Interest Company. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in the environment, upcycling and affordability for all. For further information please click the link below: Director/Member  

Sounds like a great opportunity!

The Sound Lab are looking to recruit volunteers to fill a number of roles available to help support their free music, media and arts programmes for young people.  Age 16/18+. These flexible roles can take as little as a couple of hours a week, and you will gain skills, experience and great satisfaction helping young […]

Get on board

Join the Board of Trustees at Home-Start Glasgow North and help enhance their work in supporting and empowering families.  Min age 18. Home-Start Glasgow North are looking to expand their existing Board and are looking for volunteers from all walks of life, who reflect the communities they work in. If you feel you could provide […]

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