Moray Reach Out Project Volunteers

  • VO98354


Moray Reach Out (MRO) helps adults with disabilities gain a real sense of purpose and pride.

We provide a safe space for individuals to grow and achieve.

Adults with disabilities gain a real sense of purpose and pride, participating in meaningful work placements; creating products and providing services supported by our devoted staff and volunteers.

We currently have four training sites in Elgin and Buckie and a broad range of projects: MRO Yarns & Crafts, MRO Embroidery, MRO Recycling Buckie & Elgin, MRO Thrift Shop, MRO Art Yarn and MRO Upcycling.

Each social enterprise consists of two aspects: training and trading. They all provide valuable opportunities to our trainees, while also offering high quality products and services that the trainees are proud to be involved in.

If any of these projects are of interest to you and you have skills that can help our trainees, please contact us for more information. PVG is required, costs for this will be reimbursed by MRO.

Organisation aims and objectives

Moray Reach Out is a charity that runs several social enterprises that provide work and training opportunties to vulnerable adults throughout Moray. We have one misson To provide space for vulnerable adults to gain training and work experience. To build bridges in the community and to promote a greater understanding of vulnerable adults needs. Deliver top quality products and services in each of our social enterprises.










Frequency and commitment details

4 hours, weekly


Experience required: Caring; Creative; Good communicator; Good listener; Patient; Practical; Reliable; Dependable; Team player; Trustworthy
Minimum age: 16


Taster available: Yes
Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet