West Dunbartonshire CVS

West Dunbartonshire CVS

Charity registered in Scotland SC032003

To promote the benefit of the inhabitants of West Dunbartonshire and in particular the advancement of education, the furtherance of health and the relief of poverty, sickness and distress by the promotion of the voluntary sector within the area so that the conditions of life of the aforementioned inhabitants may be improved.


Current opportunities

We are looking for people who would be involved in a group that would do a weekly litter pick at the Forth and Clyde Canal near Linnvale and Whitecrook in Clydebank. We do a weekly litter pick at the side of the canal in Clydebank, separating the material so that we can recycle as much as possible and make the area a safe and clean place that the local community can use.

Our Award winning Link Up service is a telephone helpline service for West Dunbartonshire, providing direct access and referrals to services in the local community which older residents care about and could benefit from accessing. Role deals with incoming calls and requires you to direct the enquiries. Part of the role is to meet and greet our guests for scheduled appointments, drop in surgeries, general enquiries, collection and dropping off of materials. The role is very important in supporting the work of the organisation and you will be a valued member of the team

Our Award winning Link Up service is a telephone helpline service for West Dunbartonshire, providing direct access and referrals to services in the local community which older residents care about and could benefit from accessing. Role deals with incoming calls and requires you to direct the enquiries. Part of the role is to meet and greet our guests for scheduled appointments, drop in surgeries, general enquiries, collection and dropping off of materials. The role is very important in supporting the work of the organisation and you will be a valued member of the team

Be-side is a Peer Led service so only available to those over 55 There can be many reasons an older person can feel isolated in their own home. By joining us as a volunteer befriender volunteer, you could make all the difference. Talking and listening; Providing companionship; Offering reassurance and boosting confidence; Sharing interests. You will be asked to have a PVG check (police check).