Volunteering opportunities advertised
- Do you have a few hours to spare and an interest in helping others?
- Have a range of skills that you would like to share?
Forfar Albion Junior Football Club would love to hear from you to help out in their shop during home matches serving hot and cold beverages and snacks.
Friday Fling is held in the OAP Hall on Chapel Street for people affected by dementia every second Friday (2-4pm) by the East & Old Parish Church. This role will involve setting up cups and saucers, chatting and dancing.
The East & Old Parish Church are looking for a Cooking Volunteer to help primary 7 students prepare, make and clean up after cooking a meal. This cooking group meets at the East & Old Parish Church on the 1st Thursday of every month during term-time, 11am - 1.30.
Young people completing there Duke Of Edinburgh meet at East & Old Parish Church on Wednesday, 6-7pm. These young people are currently looking for computer savvy individuals to help them complete all the necessary paperwork to evidence their work.
Working alongside a key member of staff within Strathmore Rugby Club helping to make sure both the club and grounds are maintained and fit for purpose at all times.
If you are looking to gain experience within the catering field, Strathmore Rugby Club are looking for a Catering Volunteer. Specific tasks include preparation of food, serving visitors food and clearing away left overs as well as keeping kitchen clean and tidy.
This is an opportunity to undertake a satisfying and rewarding role. As part of our team of volunteers, you will collect and transfer donations for the shop, providing an extremely useful and appreciated service to the Charity.
The role includes:
• Collecting donated stock
• Delivering stock to the charity shop
• Transferring donations between shops
• Put collection bags out in the community to be collected
We currently have around 50 shops/ community hubs across Scotland. Our shops and hubs help us raise funds so we can provide our services to the people who need us. Every one of our stores relies on a team of volunteers to help run it and support our staff. Quite simply, we cannot provide our services or raise funds without the amazing support of our volunteers.
Royal British Legion Scotland (Forfar) open there doors as a Community Cafe every Monday 9.30 - 12.30 as a breakfast club, providing reasonably priced food and a space to chat with others. Volunteer involvement is paramount to providing this, if interested in getting involved get in touch.
Westmuir Tots provides a safe, educational, welcoming and supportive environment for families of young pre-school children living in Kirriemuir. They would greatly appreciate hearing from volunteers who would like to get involved to assist with snack, washing dishes and tidying up at their busy playgroup at the end of group sessions.
Volunteers would benefit from social aspect of being part of this friendly group. So if you would like to meet new people, gain experience and confidence within a busy, fun-filled environment, use your existing skills to help others or would simply like to get involved Westmuir Tots would love to hear from you.
Forfar Badminton Club invite volunteers to come and join them on Friday night (6 - 7.30) to help out with the junior club which runs at this time over 4 courts.