Fundraiser and Events Volunteer

  • VO77933


Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to raise vital funds for the babies, children, young people and their families who use the Royal Hospital for Children. Glasgow's, Royal Hospital Children have a very busy calendar of external events and activities throughout the year during daytime, evenings and weekends. Volunteers are required to fundraise in different ways and engage with the public about the work of Glasgow Children's Hospital charity.

Organisation aims and objectives

Founded in 2001, Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity (formerly known as Yorkhill Children's Charity) was established to support children and their families treated at Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Sick Children - Yorkhill. In June 2015, the hospital moved from Yorkhill to the Royal Hospital for Children at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, where we are proud to support it today. Since 2001, we have invested more than £30 million in the children’s hospital in Glasgow. This has been possible thanks to the generosity of our donors, fundraisers and volunteers, whose support ensures that Scotland’s children receive the best possible care.

Availability

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Flexible to suit volunteer.

Restrictions

Volunteers must be 16yrs or over. References are required.
Experience required: No experience required just a genuine interest in helping and confident in dealing with general public.
Travel details: This volunteering takes place in SOUTH LANARKSHIRE and various locations throughout Glasgow and surrounding areas.
Minimum age: 16

Support

Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Travel expenses are reimbursed.
Training details: Induction training and any relevant support necessary to carry out the role.
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer

Last updated a month ago

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.