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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.

Volunteer Engagement, Nature and …

RSPB = put them all together and you have a rather interesting role! Min age 18

Lights, Camera, Action – Take One

Help Take One Action Film Festival celebrate their 10th Anniversary by volunteering at their film festival in September.   If you are 18-30 years old a bit of a film buff and passionate about the environment you might want to read on!     Are you available to contribute your time for 6 shifts between […]

Asylum Seekers and Refugees Welcome

To asylum seekers and refugees, you are invited to the Scottish Refugee Council’s information session on volunteering opportunities on Thursday 30 March at 2 pm until 4 pm

Animal Magic – Team Offer

Are you an organization that works with animals?  Could you do with a hand for a day?  A team of 10 willing volunteers would love to come and help you out.  Laurie from CICA (Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority) and 9 of her workmates can offer a full day volunteering and are willing to roll their […]

Help in 3D

If you are interested in supporting children and families and/or health and well-being, here is an opportunity at 3D Drumchapel. Min age 16

Grey Matter Wanted!

Are you over 18 years of age and interested in an intellectually stimulating volunteering role?  MCS Ethics Committee at the University of West of Scotland (Paisley Campus) is looking for two new members for their Ethics Committee.  Applicants for this role should  have an understanding of University level papers and protocols. Click on the link […]

The Big Variety Shop

Help save Glasgow’s oldest surviving working class entertainment venue and help bring awareness off the project to many customers and potential patrons. At the Britannia Panopticon charity shop you can have great fun, learn lots and help a local cause.

An exciting leadership role

An exciting and important leadership role with Scottish Families Affected by Alcohol & Drugs, leading their first ever Fundraising Committee. If you are organised, enthusiastic and have lots of ideas for fundraising this role is perfect for you! You need to be 18 or over.

A taste of volunteering with the Beatson

Three weekend opportunities in April to get a taste of volunteering with the Beatson Cancer Charity! – bucket collecting and bag packing for a great cause. You need to be 16 or over, unless accompanied by an adult.

Experienced Gardener

Have a passion for growing? Help Community Safety Glasgow – Recreate Project develop a new growing space in Bellahouston Community Garden. Min age 18

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