In health centres across the city, new technology is being used. This new technology includes interactive touchscreens which are proving to be a fantastic way of displaying health related information to those visiting the centre. Can you support support the work of these Health Information Point Interactive Touchscreen? If you are IT savvy and enjoy […]
Blog posts for the ‘Opportunities in Health’ Category
This opportunity is ideal for anyone who is interested in gaining events experience or for those who support Erskine. This volunteering role happens at the SECC and is part of The Ideal Home Show. This is great news for those interested because it means FREE entry into this event AND free entry into the Eat […]
Come along and join our valuable team, encouraging people to enjoy cycling activities. Have fun on one of the customized bikes, while gaining new skills. Min age: 14
Be the welcoming face of Saheliya. They’re a women’s health organisation looking for reception and admin volunteers. You’ll develop your admin skills, get support and training, find out more about what they do and meet lots of new people.
Be a Walk Marshall for the day – get events experience, a fun day out and help raise funds for a great cause. ‘Walk for Parkinson’s’ takes place in Pollok Park on Sunday 15 April. Marshalls will be stationed around the Walk route to encourage and assist walkers. You need to be 18 or over.
Be an Event Volunteer at the Haemophilia Society’s World Congress at the SEC in May. Great events experience and a lot of fun. You need to be 16 or over.
Boots and Beards who deliver various indoor and outdoor activities such as Indoor climbing, Hillwalking and Bootcamps is looking for your support. Min age: 18
Can you spare a few hours a week to have fun with children and families in Drumchapel? Min age 16. 3D Drumchapel are looking for volunteers on a Tuesday morning for their fun weekly healthy eating sessions for parents and pre-school children, and also on a Wednesday afternoon to support their Baby and Me sessions. […]
Could you represent patient views on the ethics of NHS research? No expertise required! Age 25+
Cancer Support Scotland is here to provide emotional and practical support on a one-to-one basis and through community-based groups to anyone affected by cancer, including family, friends and carers. Cancer Support Scotland provide over 750 appointments every month for people affected by cancer. Every day at their main Centre they see an average of 4 […]