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Our new Strategic Plan and Chief Executive appointment

The plan sets out Volunteer Glasgow’s ambitions for the next five years including our unique contribution to delivering the shared objectives of the Glasgow Volunteering Strategy and our priorities for providing effective befriending and mentoring services. We would like to thank all of our stakeholders who participated in co-designing the strategic plan, enabling Volunteer Glasgow […]

Glide Across The Clyde on a Zip Slide!

Glasgow’s Gollden Generation is hoping for lots of volunteers to step up and help them raise funds whilst having a great deal of fun.  Interested?  Click the link for an exciting opportunity to Glide Across The Clyde On A Zip Slide! Glide Across The Clyde  

Glasgow City Wide Volunteering Works Programme.

  We are recruiting candidates for our upcoming June – July 2019, Glasgow City Wide Volunteering Works Programme If you are 18+ why not discover volunteering as an employability route.  Candidates can realize that their volunteering can be a positive route back into future employment in the completion of SQA Employability Award Level 4 All […]

GDA Invites Young Disabled People!

GLASGOW DISABILITY ALLIANCE INVITES YOU TO: Young Disabled People Summit – open to young disabled people aged 15 – 30 years of age.  If you are living with any type of impairment, disability or long term condition, you might really enjoy this wonderful event The event will take place at a Glasgow City Centre location […]

Play The Day Away!

Would you like to try out a brand new volunteering opportunity where you learn retail skills AND get to play with toys?  Yes it sounds too good to be true but this volunteering opportunity really does exist!  Click the link for more information. Community Toy Shop    

2017 Impact Report

A huge thank you to everyone that worked with us to achieve so much!

National recognition for adults volunteering?

Is there a need for a national scheme to better recognise everyone over the age of 25 that volunteers to support public and third sector organisations making Scotland fairer, healthier, and smarter?
And, if so, what should it look like?
Read our short, interim report on what people have told us and what we’re proposing to do next to make it a reality.

100,000 Saltire Awards for Scotland’s Young People

…a Legacy 2014 success story

New DWP guidance on volunteering…

…for welfare benefits claimants published today! Brilliant news. This is a massive step forward, making it easier for people to volunteer, knowing where they stand.

Volunteering and DWP Welfare Benefits

New, updated DWP guidance to be published next week to clarify people’s position.

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