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Become a volunteer - If volunteering at Who Cares? Scotland is for you then get started by registering your interest today

Important volunteer recruitment update:
Currently, we are only recruiting volunteers to support our youth work sessions (primary and secondary age +) in the following area: Renfrewshire, Ayrshire and Clackmannanshire.

If you are in another geographical area of the country and would like to be notified when we have volunteering opportunities in your area, please click here to become a Friend or here to become a Family Member and we will keep you posted when these arise!

Three simple steps to becoming a Who Cares? Scotland volunteer

  1. Complete our volunteer application form online – Your application will let us know about the volunteer role you wish to do and we can learn about your skills, experience and desires to volunteer and how much time you have to spare.
  2. Review of your application – We’ll take time to read your application. We do receive a high level of interest from prospective volunteers. Please note that this phase may take up to 14 days.
  3. We’ll be in touch – During this stage you may be asked to come in and meet with us. We currently run volunteer interviews at our Glasgow, Paisley and Irvine offices. It’s a lot of fun and an informal ‘get to know us and you’!

Following the outcome of your application, we will commence disclosure and reference checks for all of our volunteer roles.

If you have any volunteering enquiries or need help with our online application form please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Sarah Gilhooly at volunteering@whocaresscotland.org

Remember

Although we have established volunteer themes and roles, we would welcome any other skills that you might be able to bring, whether it is from your current working life or a past role. Let us know what your skill is and how you and your specialist skill can support Who Cares? Scotland.

Click here to complete our volunteer application form

With thanks to Scottish Local Authorities and funding partners, who make our work possible
Who Cares? Scotland Funding Partners