Volunteer Fundraising Group Member

  • VO82764
  • Home-based volunteering


Are you looking for a flexible and varied volunteering opportunity which allows you to be part of a team? Could you champion the work of NSPCC Scotland in your local area, helping us to raise funds to support our work and keep children in Scotland safe?
We’re looking for friendly, enthusiastic volunteers from across Scotland to create fundraising groups within their local communities. You’ll have the chance to shape and drive the activities of the group and raise vital funds for children.

Organisation aims and objectives

NSPCC wants to bring an end to the devastating effect that child abuse has on individuals, their families, communities and society. Over 200,000 children in Scotland have experienced abuse by the time they are 18. Yet only 2,500 children are on child protection registers. Limited resources mean the majority of child protection agencies concentrate on dealing with the aftermath of abuse. The NSPCC is adding value to child protection in Scotland by providing preventative services which aim to identify vulnerable families sooner and intervene before abuse starts or intensifies. Through working with the children most at risk we will learn what works best to prevent abuse and to help children recover from abuse. Our work across communities heightens awareness of abuse and its devastating effect and society’s responsibility to act. We will share what we learn with others to ensure that our mission to protect the childhoods of Scotland’s next generation is realised.










A few hours per month


Experience required: Friendly, outgoing, like being a member of a team. Fundraising experience desirable.
Travel details: Home Based opportunity.
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Volunteers complete an online form. Expenses paid directly into bank account
Training details: NSPCC volunteer induction day.Training tailored to needs of volunteer

Last updated 2 months 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.