Volunteer Glasgow Blog
An interesting new opportunity for that can be done from home, helping to raise funds to support young people with mental health issues. Minimum age 25. An ambitious plan is underway by a new organisation looking to raise large amounts of money, mainly from corporate contacts, to fund research for children and young people suffering […]
Are you enthusiastic about education and want to help children in Glasgow raise their attainment and achieve as much as they can while at school? Min age 18. Volunteer Tutors Organisation are looking for volunteers for 2 roles, both supporting children and young people aged 6-16 who need some help with homework and school work. […]
Tollcross YMCA and their partner organizations are holding a Family Fun Day on 27th July and they really need volunteers. First Aiders: If you’ve a valid First Aid Certificate that is less than 3 years old – would you like to contribute your time to help out on the day of the event? Event Stewards: […]
Free for six hours on Sunday 2 July? Fancy a day volunteering in Edinburgh for a change of scene? You’ll get great event experience too. Support walkers fundraising for Crohn’s and Colitis UK at Walk IT Edinburgh, part of a nationwide series of 5 and 10k walks across the UK. You need to be 16 or over.
Free this Sunday morning – 30 April? Support a local hospice, get great event experience and have fun! The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice has a team of runners participating in the Bubble Rush at Bellahouston Park this coming Sunday. You can help at the start, the finish line or during this fun run. You need to be 18 or over.
Fresh air and working with nature is a great remedy for raising the spirits and improving health generally. If you fancy a little bit of gardening within a sensory garden and rose garden you might enjoy this volunteering opportunity. Rosemary and the Friends of Kings Park group would love to hear from willing volunteers either […]
Oxfam’s only DIY shop in Scotland is looking for creative volunteers to help maximise the support for Oxfam’s work tackling poverty in the UK and overseas. Age 14 and up.
Help deliver the WGMA Grand Masters European Hockey Cup, assisting the Event Manager in the delivery of various on field, spectator and event support roles. Meet the “Hockey Senior Family”, acquire new skills and have a great time. This is a fantastic opportunity to play a major role in the delivery of the largest hockey participation event to be held in Scotland.
Support Macmillan runners at the Edinburgh Marthon Festival, which takes place over the weekend of Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May. You’ll get your travel expenses, a t-shirt, lanyard, and memories to last a lifetime! You need to be 16 or over.
Have some counselling/coaching experience and/or qualifications? Contribute to Breast Cancer Now’s ambition ‘A future where everybody who develops breast cancer lives – and lives well’. Access certificated training, learn new skills and enhance your CV. You need to be 18 or over.