Main contact volunteers will help to support people who are facing fertility issues in their local area by:
Developing friendships, recruit new volunteers, reduce isolation by organising social activities and helping those who need much needed support by providing advice and peer support. Provide advice, information and peer support to local volunteers who wish to join the volunteer network.
Help to recruit more volunteers to the area.
Main point of contact for local issues and pass to Volunteer Coordinator or Head Office as necessary.
Promote Fertility Network Scotland services and campaigns to people in local community by distributing leaflets etc.
Attend events to promote and/or fundraise for Fertility Network Scotland.
Help organise and support our events in the local area.
Fertility Network Scotland provides advice, information and support for anyone affected by fertility issues. We also work to raise awareness of the impact of fertility problems and to campaign for fair provision of fertility treatment throughout Scotland.
Fertility Network Scotland provides free advice, support, help, information and understanding for anyone affected by fertility issues. We also work to raise awareness of the impact of fertility problems and to campaign for fair provision of fertility treatement throughout Scotland.
Essential to have a knowledge of fertility issues and involuntary childlessness.
Experience required: Good communication and leadership skills, reliability and trustworthiness, knowledge of fertility issues and involuntary childlessness (essential), motivated with administrative and IT skills, public speaking skills to address groups of people, willing to undertake training, attend events etc.
Travel details: In Volunteers own area.
Minimum age: 18