This is your chance to nominate the staff and students at Edinburgh Napier University who go the extra mile and deserve recognition for their effort and hard work. Make a nomination before 5 April and you could win a £100 Amazon voucher in our prize draw.
Hit Squad volunteers help support clients to decorate their new home.Working in teams of volunteers alongside the client, two rooms will be decorated and the client gains painting experience and emotional support.This opportunity takes place over a full day and we ask a commitment of once a month
Café Connect is at the heart of the Eric Liddell Centre. The volunteers take orders, make hot drinks, serve customers and make sure the Café is in order. The Café brings in much needed income for the Centre's activities and offers volunteers valuable experience in hospitality and customer service.
ENSA has delegation places available for a range of upcoming NUS Conferences. If you would like to attend any of these events, fill in a conference nomination form and submit it to ENSA before the stated deadline.
Trustees govern and lead charity organisations as part of a board. Charities are always looking for new trustees, and it's a fantastic way to learn about the management and strategy side of charities while contributing to a great cause. Time commitment is often low, but being a trustee will look fantastic on your CV.
The RSPB are looking to recruit volunteers to help with their events throughout the year. You will be involved from anything to helping to set up the stall, talking to members of the public, running interactive activities with children and spreading the word about the RSPB!
The winners of this year's Team Napier Societies & Sports Awards were announced at the glamorous Awards Ceremony held at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange on Saturday 18th March.
The Big Student Elections came to a close on Friday 10th March and the results were announced at the declaration event at The Three Sisters on Friday evening. Massive congratulations to all of the winning candidates who ran successful campaigns and will take up office in the Summer for a term of office lasting one year.
Be part of an instrumental team that sorts and organises the donations we sell in our charity shops.
Young people at the National Museum of Scotland For young people by young people The museum’s youth team, the Young Demonstrators, are aged 14-22 and come from a variety of backgrounds. The one thing they have in common is that they love the museum and want to help other young people discover the amazing things it has to offer.
To help raise funds for Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) by volunteering at bag packs, bucket shakes and information stands. You will be speaking with the public, giving out leaflets and collecting money in the provided CHAS bucket.