If you are 16 or over and would like to receive training to become a creche worker or expand your current skills, then the Central and West Integration Network are waiting to hear from you.
Blog posts for the ‘Opportunities supporting Children’ Category
If you are 16 years or over and would like to support children who fall behind at school, then The Volunteer Tutors Organisation is waiting to hear from you, a charity which provides free one to one tutoring.
If you are over 16 years of age and interested in engaging young adults you might like this opportunity. Wallacewell Church holds Saturday night youth group sessions for kids from Primary 5 to Year 6 at senior school. For more information click the link below. Youth Club Helper
Fancy doing some volunteering but not sure what you want to do? Do you stay in south East Glasgow? Sign up to one of the upcoming taster programmes. Min age: 16
Anyone interested in volunteering with babies and parents during sensory play sessions might like this role. The role is offered by 3D Drumchapel and is open to anyone aged 16 years or over. Click the link to learn more. Baby & Me Volunteer
3D Drumchapel has volunteering opportunities for people over 16 years of age who are interested in gaining skills in childcare and family participation. Click the link for more information. Parent & Child Volunteer
If you are over 16 years of age and would like to assist with developing and delivering activities to Dads and children, 3D Drumchapel has an excellent volunteering opportunity. Click the link to learn more. Dads Work Volunteer
If you are 16 or over and want to get involved in supporting families, then YCSA are waiting to hear from you. There are a variety of services to support and empower young people to become active and valued members of society and to the families of young people.
Because that’s what our befrienders and mentors who support young people are, why not become one too? Min age 18. Volunteer Glasgow’s Young Persons’ Befriending Service and Intandem mentoring are looking for volunteers who want to make a difference in the life of a young person. Both roles involve spending time with a young person […]
Home-Start Glasgow North are looking for parents who can offer some time and support to other parents, who are struggling. Min age 18. Home visiting volunteers spend 2-3 hours a week with the family they support, in their home. Families can be struggling to cope for a huge variety of reasons; they come from all […]