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Volunteers with experience in a clinical/healthcare/caring environment who would be willing to support our In Patient Unit throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Code: CRV
***Please only call if you have the following:- an up to date Disclosure Check and a 4 door car, as we need people who are ready to start straight away***
We have a very specific urgent appeal. We desperately need more volunteer drivers to take patients to their cancer treatment. Due to Coronavirus social distancing guidelines we need many more drivers. If you are under the age of 70, have a Disclosure or PVG and access to a reliable 4 door car please call us now on 01563 538008. We reimburse travel expenses. Thank you. (Disclosures can be updated or obtained online from: https://www.mygov.scot/disclosure-types/
Our Drivers provide transport to and from cancer patient’s homes to hospitals in Glasgow and locally for cancer treatment. The service is especially useful for those who feel unwell after treatment, those living in rural areas the elderly and parents taking children for treatment.
A Youth Ambassador will be involved in promoting Saltire Awards, inspiring other young people to volunteer, make decisions for the annual summit awards and organising the annual Youth Volunteering Awards. An ambassador will attend monthly meeting and has the opportunity to be involved in fundraising events for the annual awards evening. Being an ambassador will also involve the individual engaging and inspiring their peers to uptake volunteering opportunities in Dundee. The role fits in well with those who currently volunteer at other organisations and can be used as a tool to promote a variety of youth volunteering opportunities across the city.
**Please note we are looking for volunteers who LIVE in West Dunbartonshire **
Would you like to volunteer in this time of need?
Do you have a couple of hours to spare?
Volunteers must be 18 or over, fit and well with no coronavirus symptoms.
We are looking for people to collect shopping, medication or other essential supplies for someone who is self-isolating/Vulnerable and delivering these supplies to their home.
Belville Community Gardens are looking for volunteers to help with their catering. We are looking for volunteers who have professional catering experience.
it would involve being matched with someone that is suitable , spending an hour a week on the phone with the Befriendee. Full training will be given
Due to the recent COVID19 outbreak we are looking for Volunteers to provide support to vulnerable people across Lochaber by collecting and delivering prescriptions, groceries and other essential items.
Human contact is vital. As we are all finding out, without it, life changes.
Community Alcohol Related Damages Service is a befriending service run by Rowan Alba. Health care specialists, GP’s, hospitals and mental health services refer individuals to our service. These people, for various reasons have been living the way we are experiencing now, for many years. Some of them for most of their lives. We need to recruit and train volunteers now so we can respond when restrictions are lifted,
Help us and join Scotland’s fight against coronavirus. Volunteering as a Kindness
Caller means you will be helping the most vulnerable people in Scotland to stay safe
and well at home.
Our charity supports people with chest, heart and stroke conditions every day and
right now those people are the most at risk in the country. Many are scared, worried
and isolated and need our help more than ever. That is why this role as a kindness
caller is so important.
Volunteering to be a kindness caller will help reduce social isolation and loneliness and
provide a check in service for those who are stuck in their homes. This can be done
through our new telephone check in service, text message or facetime call to our
existing service users and anyone who needs us
Urgent appeal for Volunteer Drivers
Please only call if you fit the following criteria:
· Up-to-date Disclosure / PVG Check
· Access to a car, as we need people who can start straight away
· Under 60 years’ old
We have a very specific urgent appeal for Volunteer Drivers. We desperately need more volunteer drivers to take patients to their cancer treatment especially in the North Ayrshire area. Due to the Coronavirus social distancing guidelines we need many more drivers. If you are under the age of 60, have an up-to-date Disclosure or PVG and have access to a reliable 4 door car please get in touch. We will reimburse travelling expenses for Volunteers.
Our Volunteer Drivers provide transport to and from cancer patient’s homes to hospitals in Glasgow and locally for cancer treatment. The service is especially useful for those who feel unwell after treatment, those living in rural areas, elderly patients and parents taking children for treatment. Your help is greatly appreciated in this time of need.