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We'd like you to transport donated goods from drop off points to the Chanonry Road sorting center, and to occasionally transport boxes destined for the camps, to the depot site in Inverness. As much or as little of your time as you could spare would be extremely appreciated.
To administer First Aid to public at events ranging from village fetes to major pop concerts and international sports events.
Our volunteers are seen at every major event across the country.
From as little as two hours a week, you can devote as much or as little time as suits you.
We can teach you First Aid skills that could save a life, help to deal with an emergency and make a real difference in your community.
It’s loads of fun, you’ll meet lots of new people and get to be part of a truly life-saving organisation.
In the Grampian area volunteers with St Andrew’s First Aid provide first aid cover and services at numerous events in the region including:
-concerts - including bands such as Oasis, X-Factor, Kaiser Chiefs, Pink, Status Quo & Daniel O'Donnell
-exhibitions - including Offshore Europe and wedding exhibitions
-conferences - including Commonwealth Local Government Conference
charity events such as the Pro-Celebrity Golf Tournament, Race For Life and the Emmerdale Extravaganza
-local galas & fairs - including The Keith Show
-sporting events such as Snooker, Athletics, Balmoral 10k Race and Triathlons
-corporate events e.g. Christmas functions
There are opportunities for young people to get involved too. Children between the ages of 6 and 10 years old can join the Badgers, and young people from 11 to 15 can join the Cadets, taking part in a whole range of activities.
Please contact us for further details about how you can assist and get involved at:
At the depot in Elgin, volunteers are needed to help make up starter packs; restock the distribution centre, collect and sort donations. Volunteers are especially needed just now on a Tuesday and will be needed to cover other volunteers's shifts when they go on holiday etc.,
This is a practical role but has caring at its core, as we work together to help end homelessness!
The Caithness Foodbank has a distribution centre in Wick & Thurso. Volunteers will be on sight to support members of the public referred to the service for food parcel. Must be non judgemental, confidentiality paramount.
Without the dedication of our volunteers, we could not run our services and support so many people in Moray. Usually volunteers volunteer a couple of hours a day, 1 or 2 days per week but we also accommodate you if you only want to volunteer now and again. Opportunities include making up food referrals sorting food, stacking shelves, helping at collection drives, driving, helping at our lunch club and other community meals, and public speaking.
Hours available between 09:00 and 12:00 Monday To Friday.
Volunteers needed to collate and sort donated children's clothing and baby goods, may also help distribute donations to needy families who are referred to the baby bank by Social Services and trusted partners.
Moray Food Hub takes quality supermarket waste and other surplus foods and redistributes to community groups, community larders and other food related projects. Volunteers need to be able to strengthen these relationships with supermarkets and be not just drivers, but also to engage and thank suppliers.
We'd like you to come to our sorting center at 2 Chanonry Road North, Elgin, IV30 6NB, to help us sort donated goods and pack them in to boxed which will be sent to refugees in camps across Europe. Donating stock means saving items of clothing and footwear, blankets, hats, etc, and putting aside items that can be used to raise funds in a jumble sale. The packing of the boxes has to be done in a specific way, as each box has a specific purpose, e.g, the items will be for a small child, or a medium sized man.
As an Emergency Response volunteer, you may be providing much needed practical and emotional support to individuals, as part of a team, in support of category 1 and 2 responders and other agencies following an emergency or major incident.
We'd like you to organise and hold jumble sales across Moray to raise fund for Moray Supports Refugees. The stock you'll be selling is donated items which are unsuitable for life in the European Refugee Camps, but which are perfect for raising the much needed fund to support the sustainability of the organisation, and to support the refugees who have been settled in Moray.