Current opportunities

An opportunity to represent and raise awareness of Fertility Network Scotland within your place of education and in local area. Promote the charity by displaying posters and leaflets Highlight our campaigns and projects (e.g. Your Future Fertility) to fellow students and lecturers etc including through social media Assist Fertility Network Scotland staff at events such as Freshers Week. 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.

As a Support Group volunteer you will take care of all aspects of the group including: Act as main contact for the group Organise and maintain an email circulation list of attendees Arrange speakers for group meetings Organise room bookings Organise social activities Support and advise other group volunteers Promote group in local area Adhere to Fertility Network Scotland policies and procedures. As a Support Group volunteer with Fertility Network Scotland, volunteers will benefit from helping others in the area with fertility issues. Volunteers may develop friendships, meet and work with new people to provide a network of much needed and valued support in their 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.

General volunteers will promote the Fertility Network Scotland charity in the local area and the services and support we provide to people with fertility issues. Distribute Fertility Network Scotland leaflets/posters in the area including GP clinics, libraries, hospitals, community centres etc Participate at fundraising events Adhere to Fertility Network Scotland policies and procedures. 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.

As a Local Contact volunteer you will coordinate and run a social group in the local area for people experiencing the challenges of childlessness. You will take care of all aspects of the group including: Act as main contact for the group Organise and maintain an email circulation list of people within the group Organise social activities or informal gatherings Offer peer to peer support and friendship Promote the group in the local area Liaise with the Volunteer Coordinator who will connect you to people looking for support. Local Contact volunteers will help to support people who face the challenges of childlessness in their local area by developing friendships, reduce isolation by organising social activities and helping those who need much needed support 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.