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Join our friendly SCAA team as a Speaker. Attending pre-arranged talks with local groups, Speakers provide insight into our work and highlight emotional patient stories. We seek friendly individuals and no formal experience needed.
Sign up to one of our pre-arranged talks.
Contact the organisation to introduce yourself and confirm closer to the date.
Provide an engaging and informative talk utilising SCAA kit to a local group, answering questions and helping raise awareness of SCAA and its work in the community.
Highlight the various ways to support SCAA through fundraising, volunteering, and social media.
Follow SCAA banking procedure when you receive donations.
Occasionally work with another Volunteer or Staff Member and provide feedback to Community Fundraiser.
This role has both in-person and virtual opportunities.
The Board of Trustees of Four Pillars are looking to recruit new trustees to ensure the Charity can continue to grow and support the LGBT+ community in Grampian.
Four pillars currently run a community hub, support and social groups, 1 to 1 support, provide volunteering opportunities and facilitate Grampian Pride.
There are lots of ideas in the pipeline for the future. In order to achieve these we are particularly looking for people with previous experience of serving on a charity board and/or with skills and knowledge in one or more of the following:
-An understanding of the needs of the LGBT+ community in Grampian
-PR social media
-Fundraising/ event planning
We would also like to hear from people currently underrepresented on our board:
-People with a disability
-People from an ethnic minority
For more information or to apply please go to our website www.fourpillarsuk.org/volunteer
Moray School Bank are looking to expand our team of volunteers! As part of our new project, ‘It
Takes a Village’ (ITAV) we aim to improve and build community connections across Moray.
Alongside our school uniform referral programme and other existing services, we will be looking into
ways of promoting recycling of school uniform and other clothing items to reduce waste and ease
financial costs for all families. For us to be able to achieve our aims, It Takes A Volunteer!
We have a host of roles and opportunities to suit all types of volunteers and there is the flexibility
and options of booking 2-hour slots (an ideal taster session!), volunteering from your own home or
come and join a community group! If you are enthusiastic and willing to learn new things, full training
and support to develop new skills will be provided and if you already experienced, we would love to
have your skills to share.
Current roles include; Donation Processing volunteers, Winter Campaign volunteers, Events &
Fundraising, Social Media volunteers, Youth Volunteer Team, Community Garden volunteers and
If you would like any further information on any of the roles or would like to book a session, this can
be done via our website www.morayschoolbank.org or by emailing our Volunteer Coordinator,
Moyra Younie firstname.lastname@example.org
Wave Radio is a broadcasting service for the wellbeing of patients at Dr Gray’s Hospital -- and by broadcasting online, they aim to bring the community into the hospital and the hospital into the community.
This volunteering opportunity is also a great one if you have a love in music.
They are not just looking for people to present on air, but would also welcome people who have a bit of spare time to catalogue music or music production. For people interested in any of their presenter slots, please know these programmes can be pre-recorded for broadcast at a later time. Right now, volunteers can do their shows from home, through the studios at Dr. Grays. Volunteers who have an interest in specific musical genre (i.e./Classical, show tunes, soul etc. ) or have a wide musical taste can find out more about how to help with their breakfast, afternoon and early evening programmes.
Wave Radio is run entirely by volunteers and donations. Please get in touch if you would like to find out more about volunteering with them!
Keith Community Radio broadcasts across Moray and beyond on 107.7FM and online at www.kcr.fm 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They play 30 to 35 hours of shows weekly, broadcast in the evenings from 6pm, with shows repeated the following day.
It's a busy volunteer radio station, and they are looking for a volunteer or two to help behind the scenes.
Volunteers are needed to help schedule pre-recorded programmes on to our computer system. Previous experience in this field would be advantageous but full training will be given.
This role could be done remotely and the volunteer would need their own computer. Previous experience in this field would be advantageous but full training will be given.
If anyone is interested in joining our friendly volunteer team, they can get in touch with James Wiseman for further information by emailing email@example.com or ringing 07854 228177
Connecting the Grassroots; Be part of a Global Movement by Taking Action Locally.
Board Member Transition Town Forres
For over a decade, Transition Town Forres (TTF) has been helping our local community increase ways of sustainable living. By initiating projects such as a thriving community garden, as well as providing opportunities for reskilling and recycling, TTF also promotes ways we can all address the Climate Emergency, including our dependence on fossil fuels. TTF works to strengthen a localised economy and by doing so, makes our communities more self-reliant and people more connected.
Currently, a priority of TTF is to develop their board of trustees, and specifically, they are seeking someone to join the Board to serve for an initial one-year period who has a skill set and experience in finance/accountancy or business planning/management or grant-writing or fundraising.
This is an exciting time to join TTF as it embarks upon another important milestone, in securing an asset transfer of the building in which it operates on Bogton Road, Forres.
Applications are welcomed from individuals who understand the challenges faced by small nonprofits, want to make a difference in their local community, and have a commitment to the Transition Towns movement and what it seeks to achieve.
Trustee meetings take place 12 times a year and last approximately 1.5 hours. If unable to commit to being a board member, short-term (3-6 months) pro bono arrangements are welcomed, as well.
For more information and an informal chat about the role, please contact Kelly Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to give back to your community, this is a great way to do it. The Moray Firth Credit Union is seeking people who are interested in the exciting opportunity to serve on their Board.
The Credit Union has a long history of serving the local community. Formerly the Forres Area Credit Union until 2020, it was set up in 1995 as a response to high unemployment in the area when a nearby Fabrication Yard closed. Today, the main office of the ‘Savings & Loans Co-operative’ is located at 53 High Street Forres, and there are now ‘satellite’ collection points in other places in Moray as this social enterprise develops.
If you have an interest in people, community or even if you want to learn more about the unique role a credit union plays in the lives of the people and communities they serve, (and have some spare time) the Moray Firth Credit Union would be delighted to hear from you. For a Board of Directors Pack please call 01309 676735 or email email@example.com for further information and an application. Volunteers are invited to join the Credit Union if they are not already a member.
Over The Wall is a charity that helps children, young people and their families, living in the UK, reach beyond the boundaries of their health challenges to discover a world of mischief, magic and new possibilities. We do this by providing free of charge, transformative activity camps throughout the UK. Our Health Challenge & Siblings Camps are magical places where campers take part in fun activities including Sports and Games, Drama, Arts and Crafts and Discovery. Campers will be divided into teams based on their age groups of 8-10, 11-13, 13-15 and 15-17 years of age. Your mission is to capture all the magic moments of camp! If you have some photographic or videography experience and have a flair for capturing those special moments then this could be the role for you at camp. We will provide you with the equipment and time to collate the spectacular moments of fun campers have had a camp. You will put these together to create a slide show which is shown at the end of camp to everyone to really enjoy and look back on all the amazing experiences they had at camp. As well as being part of the Media Crew you will also be in a team with other volunteers supporting campers so you won’t miss all the magical moments of team fun at camp. If you are kind, enthusiastic and have a great eye for a good picture this role is for you. Training and food and accommodation is provided for the duration of camp. We need your help to create the end of camp glow! Join our media crew today! You will also be part of a Camp team teammate and get to join in all the fun of Camp! Please visit www.otw.org.uk for more information and to start your application
Over The Wall is a charity that helps children, young people and their families, living in the UK, reach beyond the boundaries of their health challenges to discover a world of mischief, magic and new possibilities. We do this by providing free of charge, transformative activity camps throughout the UK. Teammates are an essential part of the camp, supporting campers throughout their time at Camp, building fantastic relationships whilst encouraging and inspiring and empowering campers as they complete camp activities. Campers will be divided into teams based on the age groups of 8-10, 11-13, 13-15 and 15-17. You will be part of a team of other amazing Volunteers supporting Campers in a wide range of activities, including Archery, Arts and Crafts, Discovery, Sports and Games and encouraging them to reflect on what they have achieved in the evening Cabin Chats. You will also look after the daytime and night-time needs of the Campers in their accommodation. Training is provided both before and at camp to ensure you have all the information you need for the camp to be a great experience for you and the campers. Day Camp Teammate Teammates support campers throughout their time at Camp, building fantastic relationships whilst encouraging, inspiring and empowering campers as they complete camp activities. You will be part of a team of other amazing Volunteers, having fun and creating amazing experiences! Live close to a camp location? Join the camp fun supporting campers during the days of camp and then head back to your home comforts. Please visit www.otw.org.uk to find out more and to start your application
Camps this year will be taking place at the Strathallan School in Perth between 9th - 14th July 2023
We have teams of volunteers based around the country making a positive impact in their local communities to raise awareness of Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Join our local team, take an active role in planning and delivering awareness raising activities. Planning and organising events across the area to raise awareness. Get involved in tasks such as writing articles and creating newsletters to publicise local activities, manage social media pages and fundraising .