Wed 04 Oct 2017
Our Community Ambassadors are an important network of volunteers who help make a difference to babies born premature and sick by raising awareness of Bliss Scotland's work in their local area.
Wed 04 Oct 2017
We are looking for a fundraising intern to join our small team based at our office in central Edinburgh. As an intern you will have the chance to work at the heart of a small charity, gaining insight into all our work. You will gain experience and knowledge in events and community fundraising.
Fri 29 Sep 2017
We are looking for a talented Graphic Designer to help spread the word. This is an online position and requires no set hours. However, we do require someone who will be dedicated to helping us make a difference. No experience necessary, just the ability to create effective and professional graphic.
Wed 16 Aug 2017
Cyrenians aims to create a sustainable Social Enterprise that takes unwanted wood, tyres, and furniture to create new/upcycled products. We need creative volunteers to help us design new products and DIY volunteers to help us build them.
Campaigning online with OneKind can be extremely effective. Our online campaigns are designed to have maximum impact and can be critical in delivering better protections for Scotland’s animals. OneKind’s online campaigns support our advocacy in the real world and are intelligence-led. Our staff are experts in their field and are on the front-line of our campaigns. They ensure that the targets, timing and content of any email or social media campaigns are designed to have maximum impact.
Whether it be writing to your local MSP about snares or to the Cairngorms National Park about mountain hares, letter writers make a huge impact to those who receive them. We're looking for people to join our letter writing group and volunteer their writing skills to some of our biggest campaigns.
Fundraising plays a vital role in our success. This is an opportunity to assist us in the planning and delivery of our ongoing program of events and activities which generates financial income but is crucial in raising awareness of the work we do and the animals we care for.
Be part of a local team of volunteers who organise a variety of events to raise awareness and funds for guide dogs. Events can range from sponsored dog walks, pub quiz, bake sales to anything you want to arrange. The idea is to put the fun in fundraising!
Make a big difference to someone's life. We're nothing without you Guide Dogs relies on volunteers who give their time for so many things. From the volunteers who spend much of their time caring for dogs, guiding people who are blind or partially sighted, driving or raising funds, to those who come out occasionally to hold a tin or cheer on marathon runners, volunteers are closely involved in almost every area of activity.
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 Edinburgh OneKind volunteer group attends events in the Edinburgh area to raise awareness of OneKinds campaigns to end cruelty to Scotland’s animals, and to raise money to fund this vital work. The group meets up around once a month and is led by Maree. The meetings are a chance to get an update on OneKind’s campaigns, find about the events going on in the area and put forward any ideas you have for fundraising.