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What you would be doing?:
• Preparation and packing of orders
• Dispatching information leaflets and magazines to individuals and organisations
• Dispatching boxes of information leaflets to clinics and exhibitions
• Dispatching fundraising letters
• Dealing with email correspondence
• Answering and recording client enquiries
• Recording stock in and out
• Maintain accurate stock data base(s)
• Follow health and safety policies and procedures and be proactive in supporting a positive health and safety culture.
• Liaise with appropriate members of staff
What you would be doing?:
• Help develop social media campaigns and day-to-day activities;
• Manage presence in social networking including Facebook & Twitter;
• Prepare graphics for sharing across channels
• Monitor the impact of social media campaigns; Analyse, review and report on effectiveness of campaigns in an effort to maximize the charity’s reach.
• Scheduling and posting social media content
• Capture and report on monthly data from across all social media platforms
What you would be doing:
• Support with the creation and upload of content and images to the website
• Assist in the development of the charity’s website
• Conduct keyword research and web stat reporting
• Monitor online content ensuring the copy and content is accurate and positioned correctly.
What you would be doing?:
You will be part of a team, editing, writing and commissioning content for the magazine, newsletter, website, leaflets, etc. of Pain Concern. The editorial jobs involved in converting text to publication include:
• Editing transcripts of interviews to produce copy ready for publication.
• Working with authors, advisers and designers
• Proof reading
• Permissions and acknowledgements
• Indexing and working with indexers
• Bibliographical references
• Corrections and maintaining an archive
• Researching information about pain and related topics
We are currently actively recruiting for a Warehouse donations processing assistant:
Sorting and quality checking clothing and shoe donations.
4th Floor, Cadogan Street, Glasgow, G2 7HF
65 Nithsdale Street, Glasgow, G41 2PZ
Tuesday – Friday
10 – 1 or 2 – 5 or all day
These are available to any individual who volunteers with AXC.
Expenses are not paid to people who volunteer in groups from other companies or organsiations, as part of their own company policy on volunteering
are covered for public travel, return journeys between home and AXC location
Evidence of spend is required relevant to the date and timing of the volunteering
If a weekly ticket – then a pro rata proportion will be paid. This will only be paid if the ticket holder has personally paid for the ticket themselves.
Tea and coffee will be provided during volunteering
If a volunteer is staying for the day, lunch budget of up to £5 per individual will be provided.
If you're interested, please click the 'apply' button below (available when logged in and registered). You will then be contacted by the coordinator by email or phone call. If you have not heard back after 5 working days, the first step is to contact the organisation with the contact details provided. You could also check your junk/spam folder on your emails just in case the response is there. If that doesn't work out then please feel free to contact Volunteer Glasgow on email@example.com.
Kingdom Companions is a befriending service for vulnerable, perhaps lonely or socially isolated adults who need support to achieve a goal for themselves. This might be getting back into the community, travelling independently, or becoming involved in volunteering themselves.
Volunteers are asked to provide friendly, relaxed, practical, and encouraging support to the adult on a one-to-one, regular basis for up to 16 weeks. It could be within the adult's own home or in the community.
There are roles all over Fife for community befrienders who have a couple of hours a week/fortnight to help someone with this. Could this be you? Befriending can be a terrific way to build confidence and skills for jobs such as social care or customer service, as well as helping you to get out, feel good about helping others and even go to new places.
Your travel and other out-of-pocket expenses will be reimbursed. FVA aim to match you with someone who lives in your local area.
You will get detailed training, as well as ongoing support. Get in touch now!
Girvan Town Ambassador Volunteer Opportunity
Last year we ran a very successful pilot scheme which saw 6 local volunteers sign up as Girvan Town Ambassadors
From welcoming hundreds of visitors from all over the world to attending events and working on a variety of initiatives to improve the town, it is fair to say it was a resounding success
Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback from visitors, locals, businesses and the Ambassadors themselves, we are not only going to bring the scheme back next year, we also plan to expand it
We would love to add more volunteer Ambassadors to the team so we can welcome even more visitors in 2024.
If you have a passion for Girvan, love chatting to people, and enjoy getting out and about, this could be the ideal opportunity for you.
We welcome volunteers of all ages and abilities, hours are flexible
For more information, please contact: Explore@GoGirvan.co.uk
You can read about the idea behind the initiative here
The Carrick Centre is a community facility incorporating a modern church, soft play area and youth wing. Its purpose is to be at the heart of the community with values of inclusiveness and openness.
We are currently looking for volunteer support to assist with promoting and marketing the Centre. Volunteers must have basic skills in these area and we would prefer someone who is able to work independently and is creative in their approach.
We have several areas that need support - marketing the Centre as a conference and letting facility as well as marketing the cafe and catering functions.
· Preparation and packing of orders
· Dispatching information leaflets and magazines to individuals and organisations
· Dispatching boxes of information leaflets to clinics and exhibitions
· Dispatching fundraising letters
· Dealing with email correspondence
· Answering and recording client enquiries
· Recording stock in and out
· Maintain accurate stock data base(s)
· Follow health and safety policies and procedures and be proactive in supporting a positive health and safety culture.
· Liaise with appropriate members of staff
Central Dalkeith & Woodburn Pantry is a community-run food initiative, set up by members of the local community in response to the cost of living crisis. We provide an affordable weekly food shop to our members as well as free fruit and vegetables, period products, pet food and bakery items.
Our friendly team of volunteers is essential to the running of the Pantry in helping us to set up, move stock, greet our customers, operate the till, assist with shopping and packing, and tidy at the end of the day.
The Pantry operates from the MARC building at 10 Woodburn Road, and is open every Friday from 1.30pm to 5.30pm. We begin set-up at 9am on Friday morning and have several timeslots during the day which our volunteers can choose from to come and help out.