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Volunteers will be able to share their creative skills and ideas with others who have similar interests. This will allow volunteers to gain experience working with a group share their skills and take the lead. Members of the group will learn new skills and get the chance to meet others with similar ideas and experiences. It's a fun, informal group where volunteers and participants can share their ideas and work together, enjoying the arts and having the chance to be creative. The group runs weekly on Tuesday mornings.
We're looking for positive, pro-active people to work with our existing Trustees and Directors to help ensure we're promoting the reuse of materials for the benefit of the local community through creativity, education & training, now and in the future. This is a hugely rewarding opportunity to volunteer with a group of enthusiasts who have helped develop Remake Scotland into a thriving, energetic, inclusive charity working within our local community.
The Remake Scotland Board currently meets every second month. Board meetings and preparatory reading (along with advice via e-mail / telephone) amounts to about no less than four hours each calendar month. The minimum commitment expected is three years with the option of retirement at the annual AGM. Remake requests a 3 month transition period for any exiting Trustees and longer for any Trustee holding office (Chair, Treasurer, Company Secretary).
We particularly welcome applications from people with a background in finance, human resources, education and voluntary sectors.
Volunteer assistant dealing with front of house, admin, research and general duties.
Alzheimer Scotland is Scotland’s leading specialist dementia charity working to improve the lives & opportunities of everyone affected by dementia. Our aim is that nobody faces dementia alone.
This role involves supporting individuals who attend our day care facility to participate in activities of their choosing, assisting with day to day running of the day care, for example, setting and clearing tables for lunch, assisting with dishes and other tasks as required to assist with the smooth running of the day.
To carry out this role, you will need patience, empathy, good communication skills, and the understanding and application of confidentiality of service user’s details are all essential skills as is ability to work in a team using own initiative with the ability to take direction. We promote independence within an individual’s ability as this is important to retain skills.
Interested in Classical Music and Jazz? Want to volunteer for North East of Scotland Music School?
If you have expertise in financial management or experience of events management then we would love to hear from you.
In return for volunteering your time you will have opportunities to attend concerts and recitals, to meet renowned musicians and to contribute to the cultural life of Aberdeen.
Don’t know who we are? Visit our website: www.nesms.org.uk
A fantastic, enjoyable opportunity where all help is always greatly appreciated. To discuss getting involved please contact:
Gráinne Cullen, Administrator
North East of Scotland Music School, 21 Huntly Street, Aberdeen AB10 1TJ
tel. 01224 649685
We are non-profit-making-volunteer run Arts Collective and charity providing a platform both online and offline for those who struggle with mental health, addiction, gender dysphoria, sexuality, feel like they don't quite 'fit', or feel estranged to this world ,We encourage you to express yourselves through art as catharsis. Combining Art & Catharsis, we believe in being CathARTic.
We are looking for Online Outreach Volunteers who will respond to our members in either a live chat (booked in advance) or via email messaging style.
A fantastic opportunity to help volunteering-all help makes a real difference and is greatly appreciated. For further details please contact: Jewels Johnson at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Moray Art Centre is seeking to strengthen its board by recruiting some new members. We would be interested in hearing from individuals with a business background who bring special knowledge in areas like marketing, third sector experience, finance, IT, Health and Safety etc., and also from those with an artistic background to strengthen our creative team. We would, however, particularly like to hear from those with experience of fundraising, including corporate sponsorship.
Volunteers are needed to assist with the planning and delivery of the St Andrew's Fest Events on 30th November and 1st December 2019 This will involve contacting performers, working with others on the team to plan events relating to Music and Art and organising refreshments. Volunteers would also be required to compere some of the event, introducing performers etc.
Ferryhill Parish Church operates a great coffee shop in the heart of Ferryhill, which creates a welcoming environment for those who attend for a morning cuppa and also for those who volunteer their services.
We are requiring helpers, who can assist in the kitchen, as it is a very popular meeting place. Helpers are required to work with the team in the general running of the kitchen. e.g. preparation of food etc
All volunteers are welcome and greatly appreciated. Support, mentoring and learning opportunities will be available as and when required. A brilliant opportunity to help and make a difference in the community. For more details please contact:
Rita King (Convenor of the Friendship Team)
Tel.: 01224 572391 or 01224 213093
We are currently seeking new members to join our board. By joining our board you will have the opportunity to contribute to how our orgainsation can serve our local community and helping the way we govern important matters.
We are in need of new members to join our Board. Creative Spark Theatre Arts is a community arts organisation based in East Dunbartonshire with the aim to use the arts to connect and develop our community. We are looking for members with a keen interest in the arts, ideas on what is needed for our community and strong organisational skills. Your commitment would be to attend a board meeting once every 3 months, we also might need you to research things and also if fill in funding applications, experience is this would be great but not essential. We are looking to have a diverse mix of people on our board so everyone is welcome.