If your organisation is working with people that would benefit from volunteering, then we can help in a variety of ways.
If you’d like to know more about Glasgow’s Strategic Volunteering Framework, we have key documents and updates available.
Volunteer Glasgow is a partner in Glasgow’s Third Sector Interface, funded since April 2011 by Scottish Government to provide voluntary/charity/social enterprise organisations and groups with key support services and to help Glasgow’s Third Sector Forum represent the sector in its work with public and private sector partners and the Community Planning Partnership.
We are working with a wide range of partners on the volunteering elements of the Poverty Leadership Panel‘s Action Plan for Change.
Latest News for Partners
- Free English Classes Your level of English should be low but you can at least have a basic conversation. You will improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening in English. The classes run 2 hours per week. Min age 16
- Newbies to IT A class where you will learn how to touch type, word process, email, attach documents and volunteer opportunities and job searches. The class runs 2 hours per week on Tuesdays 10 am to 12 at Volunteer Glasgow, Abbey House, 10 Bothwell Street, G2 6LU. Min age 16
- Movement Park Roles Meet new people and enhance your CV – as event coordinator, welfare officer, or fundraiser. Min age 18.
- £4000 For Your Community Project Home assistance provider HomeServe launches campaign by giving local good causes the chance to secure a facilities makeover. A team of Scotland-based HomeServe engineers will support the project with their DIY, plumbing and drainage skills Leading home assistance provider HomeServe is giving one lucky community group in Glasgow the chance to get its hands on up ...
- Let’s Eat Glasgow Events Event organisers, the Real Food, Real Folk co-operative of top Glasgow restaurants, which raises money through the event to tackle food inequality across the city, is keen to hear from any trained volunteers over 18 years of age who can help out on two bars at Let’s Eat Glasgow!
- VIO Tasters for Disabled People Can your VIO provide a taster session for Volunteer Glasgow’s Volunteering Works for Disabled People?
- Barra Boy and Girl The Fruit Barra is a Health Improvement project offering people in the community access to purchase fresh and affordable fruit and vegetables. You will gain retail experience, meet new people and have fun. Min age 16