Community Outreach Volunteers

  • VO88580


Description

COG: Community Outreach Group provides support to homeless and vulnerable people in the City of Aberdeen.

COG Community Outreach Group proudly helps our community by offering those in need support through welfare and helping battle loneliness. We offer tea, coffee, soup and sandwiches but most importantly a friendly chat and maybe you can play a game or two to help make that connection.

We provide support from our stall outside Marks and Spencer at the St Nicholas Centre, Aberdeen from 5pm on a Sunday and 6pm on a Wednesday and have weekly evening trolleys along Union Street starting around 6pm.

All volunteer help is greatly appreciated and makes a real difference for people we support and the community.

For more details please contact Rebecca Fyfe, COG Committee Secretary at email beccafyfe@hotmail.com or tel.: 07415723938.

Organisation aims and objectives

Supporting the homeless and vulnerable people in the City of Aberdeen.

Availability

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We provide support from our stall outside Marks and Spencer at the St Nicholas Centre, Aberdeen from 5pm on a Sunday and 6pm on a Wednesday and have weekly evening trolleys along Union Street starting around 6pm. All help is greatly appreciated.

Restrictions

Experience required: Patience, friendly, non-judgemental, any and no experience is welcomed.
Travel details: We provide support from our stall outside Marks and Spencer at the St Nicholas Centre, Aberdeen from 5pm on a Sunday and 6pm on a Wednesday and have weekly evening trolleys along Union Street starting around 6pm. Because we are so centrally based the buses are accessible.
Minimum age: 16

Support

Training details: Excellent support and relevant guidance is provided to all volunteers.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 19 days ago

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