Tech Wizards

  • VO99891
  • Home-based volunteering


Narture was founded in June 2020 by artist father and daughter team Robert and Saskia Singer. The project evolved initially from occupying empty town centre spaces and re-purposing them for cultural and creative uses. Nurturing a thriving and successful social enterprise, where 'everyone is an artist' and are encouraged to use their creative energies towards positive change.

Narture’s ultimate goal is to become a truly inclusive creative hive, making participatory cultural activities available to all members of society.
Narture’s award winning Sourdough Bakery and acclaimed Artisan Café, are currently the core income generators of the social enterprise. The bakery specialises in handmade sourdough produce, baked daily; championing sustainable, healthy ingredients and supporting local businesses and was recently awarded Bread Bakery of the Year by Prestige Scotland for the second year running. Our purpose is to bake real bread to earn the dough to support arts projects.

Your Impact Matters: By volunteering with us, you're not just contributing skills; you're part of a movement driving creative regeneration. Some roles may even pave the way to paid employment opportunities.

Narture CIC is currently looking for volunteer Tech Wizards to help us with website upkeep, ensuring our online presence aligns with our vibrant community.
We are looking for self motivated, organised individuals preferably with relevant experience and/or skills

Organisation aims and objectives

Narture CIC is an artist collective baking real bread and food/drinks from scratch to earn the dough to fund arts projects. We aim to use creativity to reanimate the historic quarter of Ayr, driven by experiential retail and cultural tourism. Our core objective is to provide community benefits by developing income sources, primarily through food and drinks and socially engaged arts. Being a community interest company, we value volunteering for the people contributing back to their communities but also through the people who would like to develop their own skills.












Experience required: • Excellent writing and verbal skills • Result oriented and persuasive • Good interpersonal skills • Prior experience of website upkeep and maintaining a vibrant online presence would be helpful
Travel details: Central Ayr - close to public transport


Expenses details: To be discussed.
Taster available: Yes