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Gardeners to Help Cancer Charity

Cancer Support Scotland are an incredible charity. They provide emotional support to anyone who has been affected by cancer. As part of the work they do, Cancer Support Scotland has a garden at their Calman Centre in the West End of Glasgow. This garden acts as a place of tranquility. However, right now, it is […]

Create something from the Ground up!

Be a vital part of the exciting beginning stages of a food-led social space in North Glasgow called Gathering Ground. This is a great role to use your skills for a great cause and be creative. Min age 21

Help OUT with Eat UP

Eat UP aim to save good food from going to landfill by redistributing it to communities that need it. There is a range of roles available from Driving, Marketing, Admin and Warehouse support. Min age 18

Cranhill Green Gym

If you want to learn lots about nature and do practical stuff which will get you more active and fit outdoors then this is the group for you! Min age 18

Support RDA’s fundraising

Putting a well put together funding application is a bit of an art, it can be satisfying and very rewarding  Riding for the Disabled is a national organisation so would be a fantastic way to get your foot in the door and is great for future career prospects. Min age 16

Flourish this Spring 🌼

Use your gardening skills to support members of Flourish House with their Allotment in Pollok Park in the Southside. Flourish House is a mental health charity that promote recovery from mental health problems through meaningful activity and social contact. Min age 18

Self identified ‘Gardener’

Do you know when bulbs need to be planted? Can you tell which ones are weeds? If yes, then you have some great knowledge of gardening which you can share with others and benefit patients and visitors at Gartnavel Hospital. Min age 18

Care for horses! 🐴

Assist with the grooming and the care of the horses at Riding for the Disabled. This is a fantastic opportunity to build self confidence and gain an employability boost especially in the equine profession. Min age 14

Rabbits🐰 and guinea pigs🐹 and chickens🐔… Oh my!

Are you looking to get back outdoors in the new year? Help plant seasonal fruit and veg and take care of the animals (rabbits, guinea pigs, canaries and chickens) as a community allotment volunteer with Connect Community Trust.  No formal training or skills are required. Safety equipment, training and supervision will be provided! Minimum age 16. […]

Art and Nature at Leverndale

Leverndale Hospital is a main provider of mental health support services in Glasgow.  Right now, they are looking for volunteers to help support their gardening and arts projects. Do you care about improving the hospital experience of people who have mental health problems? Perhaps you have lived experience of mental ill health? Do you enjoy […]

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