We all need to stay at home to protect ourselves and others. However, those who are well and not at risk can provide essential support for their family, friends and neighbours who cannot leave the house.
Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.
An RSPB pin badge volunteer plays a vital role in raising funds within their local community, helping to give nature a home across the country. The role involves looking after an existing pin badge box site, or placing new ones, topping it up with badges, collecting and banking funds, as well as recording monies online and ordering replacement stock.
For just a couple of hours each month, a little time makes a huge difference to the RSPB’s work.
The role is flexible to suit the volunteer’s existing commitments and full training and support will be provided. Travel expenses can be reclaimed to ensure the volunteer is not out-of-pocket.
It is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to boost their skills and make a difference through volunteering, helping to save Scotland’s wildlife and habitats.
For more details please contact Lynne Hayton at E Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel No: 01224 624824.
Our work is driven by a passionate belief that we all have a responsibility to protect birds and the environment. Bird populations reflect the health of the planet on which our future depends. The need for an effective bird conservation organisation has never been greater. Climate change, agricultural intensification, expansion of urban areas and transport infrastructure, and over-exploitation of our seas all pose major threats to birds. The RSPB could not exist without its supporters and members. Whether you join us, give a donation, purchase items from us or undertake voluntary work, your support is vital to the future of birds and the places where they live.
Experience required: Basic computer skills, access to a computer with internet. Friendly, reliable and responsible.
Travel details: Within Aberdeen city, ideally with minimal travel for the volunteer as it should be within their local area/community.
Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Reasonable travel expenses such as mileage or public transport can be reclaimed by the volunteer through the submission of an expenses claim with copies of receipts. These will be repaid into the volunteer’s bank account.
Training details: Good training and support is provided to all volunteers. Induction will include training on ROBINS system, support with placing boxes if required. Ongoing support as required.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
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