Collection Box Coordinators – CBC’s play a pivotal role in helping to raise
funds throughout Aberdeen for our local nursing service. CBC’s are responsible
for placing cans in keys areas throughout the city, developing relationships
with new businesses, collect in all monies, count and bank it and thank the
businesses on our behalf.
are looking for reliable, trustworthy people who will be our face within the
community. As CBC we would like you to spot key opportunities to place cans
within your local area and be that businesses main point of contact once the
can needs to be changed. We are
particularly keen to cover, Cults, Rosemount and further into the city.
However, we are happy to look at further coverage across the whole city.
fantastic opportunity to help in the vital services that Marie Curie provide.
For more information please contact Sue Walsh, Community Fundraise at E Mail: email@example.com or tel.: 01224 284382/07798 638152.
exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual who is competent with all
social media – website, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook – to join our charity
on a voluntary basis. To provide help and support to establish these sites and
help manage them on a regular basis.
>Individuals’ benefit – Develop relevant work
experience – marketing, IT, advertising, PR, community and publicity. Look good
>Public benefit – making the public and
potential service users aware of the charity and informing them of what the
charity was established in 2004 and has gone from strength to strength ever
are a local charity offering housing advice and advocacy to vulnerable/disabled
individuals and managed by a committee of local people. We received the Queens
Award for Voluntary Service last year.
more information please contact Anne Findlay, Board Member at E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
/ Tel No: 07984219950.
and Fun was introduced by the Council as a pilot to deliver free meals and activities
to children in key areas of Aberdeen during school holiday periods and has been
rolled out on a permanent basis. Over Christmas, as an extension of the
project, special events were hosted for young people to enjoy the festivities –
from ice skating and crafts to a disco and visit to Santa.
everyone involved in Food and Fun there’s a busy period ahead. The main aim is
to ensure children continue to be fed, recognising the importance of school
meals during term time for a large number of families, and also to provide the
opportunity to take part in physical activity in a nurturing environment.
initiative has been recognised with awards – but the reward and motivation for
the many people who have put their heart and soul into developing the programme
is in the positive impact there is on children, families and communities.
we talk about our purpose – about caring for our city and our people – we think
Food and Fun is a shining example that we can all be incredibly proud of.
participants obtain great life skills which has assisted them in securing other
opportunities as well as the personal development and satisfaction that this
help makes a difference and is greatly appreciated. To volunteer / for more
information please contact Martin Smith, Locality Inclusion Manager at E Mail: email@example.com or Tel.: 01224 788538.
Cancer Support provides emotional and practical support to people affected by
cancer, their family, carers and friends.
in our stores provide vital help to CLAN and all assistance is greatly
appreciated. In our stores, just 3 hours a week from a volunteer can make a
huge difference. Whether sorting and pricing donations, till work, or just
chatting to customers, we have a role for everyone.
great way to meet new people and help raise money for our clients. Our
volunteers can do what they feel comfortable with in store and make a huge
more information please contact Colin Tough, CLAN Cancer Support Regional
Retail Manager at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / tel: 01224 647000 (switchboard) / Mob: 07394
564374 or apply online via our website at: https://www.clanhouse.org/volunteering/shops/
opportunity to develop leadership, writing, communication, management and
marketing skills and to be part of the vibrant community of young theologians
and to make a contribution to the enterprise that matters!
need your help in:
- Maintaining effective internal communications within the organization.
- Coordinating events.
- Planning and implementing promotional campaigns.
- Overseeing the social media strategy.
fantastic opportunity to assist a brilliant group/charity. All help makes a
difference and is greatly appreciated.
more details please contact Dr. Olga Sevastyanova, Chairperson at email email@example.com or tel.: 07884971624.
Linking Lives is a befriending service generally aimed at the elderly who find
themselves requiring some extra friendship and support.
match volunteers with older people who would like to see a friendly volunteer
visitor on a regular basis for around one hour. Aberdeen Linking Lives relies
on volunteers to deliver our service. Volunteers do not need any special skills
as they receive full training, support and advice for their role. They also
provide references and receive the necessary criminal record checks (PVG) prior
to beginning visits (there is no cost for PVG checks for volunteers).
you would like to volunteer, please give us a call or email us for more information: E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org tel.:
Shola, Aberdeen Linking Lives Coordinator on 07425622600.
help makes a difference to the lives of older people in Aberdeen and is greatly
for the day at the Step Out for Stroke event on Sunday 1st September at the
Out for Stroke is the perfect opportunity for stroke survivors, friends and
families to take part in a walk together and we are looking for
volunteers/marshals for the event.
fantastic opportunity to help and be part of this exciting, major event, while
helping the vital work of the Stroke Association.
out more at: https://www.stroke.org.uk/events/sporting-fundraising/step-out-stroke-aberdeen-2019 or email Andrea Watt at: email@example.com
Guide volunteers help people who are blind or partially sighted get out and
about in their local community. Our My Guide service trains and supports
volunteers to act as sighted guides, and allows them to make a real difference
in the lives of local people.
Guide partners take part in social and leisure activities, such as walking,
shopping, football and visiting local coffee shops. You can support your My
Guide partner by increasing their fitness and confidence through regular
outings. As a My Guide volunteer, you can:
-Make new friends;
-Learn new skills to enhance your CV,
including training endorsed by VISION 2020;
-Help people with sight loss get out of their
homes and back into the community.
Guide volunteers generally give at least 2-3 hours of their time each week to
this unique and interesting role.
more information please contact: Georgia Sinclair, My Guide Volunteering
Manager (East of Scotland) at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: 0345 143 0203.
Opportunity to Join the British Red Cross Team of Emergency Response Volunteers
>About the role:
an Emergency Response volunteer, you may be providing much needed practical and
emotional support to individuals, as part of a team, in support of category 1
and 2 responders and other agencies following an emergency or major incident. In
addition, you could provide “behind the scenes” support to the
>About the team:
British Red Cross responds to hundreds of UK emergencies every year – from
major floods to house fires and transport accidents. Our trained volunteers are
always available to help, working closely with the emergency services, local
authorities and other agencies to support their work responding to crises.
>About the person:
keep the service users at the heart of all we do working to understand their
needs and the difference we make. As well as good interpersonal, diplomacy,
communication and teamwork skills, we are looking for people who have, or are
willing to undertake further training, particularly any technical requirements.
To volunteer for the Emergency Response role
you must be aged 18+. However, we greatly value the skills, energy and
enthusiasm that young people bring to the Red Cross and (subject to a risk
assessment, safeguarding requirements and parental consent) people aged 15-17 years can be involved in a
variety of activities such as promoting the service, supporting service
volunteers and undertaking training.
further details and to apply to volunteer with us please visit our online
recruitment page at: https://jobs.redcross.org.uk/tlive1_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=932716QAy9&WVID=772610007l&LANG=USA
you have any questions or require more details please contact Mark Law,
Emergency Response Officer at email email@example.com or tel.: 07543220117.
is looking for caring and enthusiastic volunteers who would like to help at our
baby and toddler groups throughout the city. We offer free groups that promote
attachment based activities (i.e. singing, book sharing, different types of
play) to parents and carers in Aberdeen. Our groups are very popular with most
having a waitlist, but as a small team we can only offer so many sessions.
We’re initially looking for volunteers to help us at the groups but there is a
potential for volunteers to receive training to eventually deliver their own
singing and playing with small children isn’t for you, we’re also looking for
volunteers to help us with our resource library. Our library has approximately
5000 items and it is a job in itself to keep it up to date. Our library needs
someone who can help us clean, sort, repair, and develop new resources that can
be used at groups. Although not essential, we appreciate volunteers who can and
are willing to sew and be crafty!
further details please contact Natasha Martens, Peep Coordinator at E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel.: 01224 248389.