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Caseworker- Banchory- The Royal Air Forces Association

Activity: Advice / Information Giving

A Caseworker is someone who carries out welfare work for the Royal Air Forces Association. Welfare work is about listening to an individual and assessing their needs to find out how the Association can provide help and support to them. Support can include anything from helping put a beneficiary with a disability in touch with social services, so they can apply for funding for a wet room, to...

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Volunteers must be at least 18 years old

Befriender- Helensburgh area

Activity: Befriending / Mentoring

A Befriender carries out visits to and keeps in touch with members of the RAF family (beneficiary), on behalf of the RAF Association. Befriender volunteers exist to provide companionship and outcome focused support to a beneficiary and to ensure that they remain part of the community and feel socially connected to the wider RAF family.
The role of a Befriender is varied and could involve...

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Reading Partner

Activity: Befriending / Mentoring

The Reading Partner will support older people, known as Reading Friends, who may be vulnerable, isolated, or have long-term health conditions. Reading activities can be delivered in either a one-to-one or group setting, and will build positive relationships to help improve wellbeing and make older people feel connected with their community.

The Reading Partner will:
• Make practical...

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Youth Making Volunteer

Activity: Computing

As a Youth Making Volunteer you will be trained to use all of the equipment in the maker space and assist others in their use. Supporting other volunteers and the public to use the maker space. You’ll support staff to make promotional items and special projects as well as working on your own project 3D printing. Activities can include but are not limited to:
• Laser Cutting and CNC milling

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Volunteers must be at least 16 years old

I.T. & ME Volunteer Assistant

Activity: Computing

As an I.T. & ME Volunteer Assistant you will encourage new and existing library users to develop their skills in using digital devices. This will include helping absolute beginners to get online, or sign up to email and social media accounts. You may also support those already comfortable with using their digital devices to make the most of online resources, this might involve using...

Home Visitor

Activity: Befriending / Mentoring

By popping by once a week or fortnight to see a veteran in their area, home visitors are a friendly face that can make all the difference to our veterans. A visit could be a simple chat and a cup of tea, helping out with odd jobs around the home that can otherwise be a struggle for our veterans to complete or getting out and about in the local area. You will never be asked to do any personal...

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Volunteer Coding Mentor

Activity: Computing

As a Volunteer Coding Mentor you will encourage and support young people to develop their skills in digital creativity through coding and allied activities. Using pseudo coding for example: Scratch or supporting young people to use full scripting or programming languages such as python or JAVA. This will include helping absolute beginners to learn about coding, supporting young people to...

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Volunteers must be at least 16 years old

Practical Conservation Worker

Activity: Conservation / Gardening

Practical Conservation Workers with Borders Forest Trust make a significant difference to the local community woodlands and to the wider community. From tree planting to path maintenance the benefits are endless. Local residents and visitors to the woodland can enjoy and engage with wildlife and the outdoors. Volunteers enjoy learning new skills and often these practical skills can assist them...

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CHAS Volunteers

Activity: Administrative / Office Work, Care / Support Worker, Driving / Escorting, Fundraising, Marketing / PR / Media, Practical / DIY, Research / Policy Work, Events

CHAS is a Scottish charity that provides hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. We also run a homecare service called CHAS at Home helping families in their own homes across Scotland when they need it most. There are so many ways to get involved and help CHAS! You can see our current opportunities in Aberdeen listed at

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Group Treasurer

Activity: Finance / Accountancy

As Treasurer, you are a key member of your local fundraising group. You will need to record income and expenditure of the group, bank funds regularly and keep the members up to date with fundraising income totals. This includes:
• Maintaining accurate records of all income and expenditure by the Group.
• To assign correct Guide Dogs banking codes to all donations.
• To bank all funds...

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