Peer Perspective Volunteer

  • VO85523


The Peer Perspectives (formerly Mind Matters) programme seeks to recruit, train, and steer local Peer Perspectives Champions (aged 16-25) who will work in partnership with Clackmannanshire's local authorities, mental health services, education providers, and the third sector to promote.

Training will be provided in aspects like mental health and wellbeing, workshop design and training delivery, ensuring a high quality volunteering experience with maximum impact on their community.

Full ongoing support will be provided by Lynn Raynall, the Volunteer Manager.

Organisation aims and objectives

Volunteering Matters is the UK’s leading volunteering charity. Our vision is a society where everyone can participate to build strong and inclusive communities. Our mission is to enable people to take an active role in their communities through volunteering and social action. We have been working across Scotland since 1962. In the Forth Valley our current activities include the Retired and Senior Volunteer Programme (RSVP), which engages older people in volunteering projects to benefit their community and peers. We currently have hospital and school volunteers, walking groups and knitting groups. We also run the Help at Hand service in the Forth Valley. We also have our Children's Volunteer Befriending project locally, working with disadvantaged young people between 8 and 18.










Flexible. Regular meetings with young person.


Minimum age: 16
Maximum age: 25

Last updated 3 days ago

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