Help us by Volunteering

A volunteer provides a service through a formal organisation, by choice, without financial remuneration and for the benefit of the community.

Volunteering can deliver a wealth of benefits such as:

Self-worth, great fun, friendships and job opportunities can all be part of getting involved with your community. Volunteering may be an outlet for your natural talents, a road-test for your new career, or simply a handy way to meet new friends. Your strong beliefs and values may also inspire you to volunteer.

Volunteers can help in such areas as:

The Community Visitors Scheme -  Through friendship and companionship, volunteers provide one-on-one visits to residents to help improve their quality of life; or

Mary Macs Place -  This service provides homeless or transient people with a meal and a place to shower and wash their clothes on week days. 

 Community Visitors Scheme