This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking for a volunteering opportunity that they can do from home. If you are over 18 years old and have been affected by cancer – would you consider being trained to become a Cancer Coach with Cancer Support UK? The service operates via the telephone. Full training, support […]
Blog posts for the ‘Opportunities in Health’ Category
Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow is recruiting volunteers to welcome patients and visitors into their facility and put them at their ease. Is this the type of role that you would like to contribute your time to? Are you over 16 years of age? Please click the link below for full details : Meeter & […]
United Football Club is looking for volunteers for multiple roles: social media officers, web editor, football coach, events coordinator. This a chance to join their enthusiastic team and benefit from their valuable ongoing training. min age:18
The Myra Bell Foundation is a brand new organisation focusing on creating a safe space for men to discuss their mental health without fear of stigma. It is looking for two founding Trustees to help with the organisation’s setup and to develop the way it is managed and organised.
This is a wonderful opportunity to provide support and companionship for a young person.
Help Heart Research UK build up the pace in Scotland by sharing badges and displaying posters across your local area playing your part in the future of Scottish medical research and taking on heart disease.
The Butterfly Trust has four exciting opportunities to help support individuals and families affected by Cystic Fibrosis.
Beat is looking for an Online Peer Supporter – ideally somebody who has been in recovery from an eating disorder for at least two years and aged 18-35 years old – to provide email support on a one-to-one basis to young people with an eating disorder, aged between 12-25 years old.
Cancer Support Scotland is looking for counsellors to help support their free counselling service for those affected by cancer including family members and carers.
Two opportunities – in a mentoring capacity – or within a social group setting – to support young people and adults with austism