Volunteering

Have you got time to give?

Volunteering

Volunteers support us in so many ways, as Blether Buddy befrienders, receptionists, tech buddies, social event assistants and more!

Volunteering can be great way to meet new people, keep busy, learn new skills, get work experience and add to your CV – overall it can be a great confidence booster and very rewarding.

If you have some time to give; once a week or less often, why not join our community.

We will reimburse out of pocket expenses, provide training, support and invitations to volunteer social events.

Volunteering

Volunteers support us in so many ways, as Blether Buddy befrienders, receptionists, tech buddies, social event assistants and more!

Volunteering can be great way to meet new people, keep busy, learn new skills, get work experience and add to your CV – overall it can be a great confidence booster and very rewarding.

If you have some time to give; once a week or less often, why not join our community.

We will reimburse out of pocket expenses, provide training, support and invitations to volunteer social events.

If you want to apply to volunteer with us, please complete an application form here (also below) and we’ll be in touch.

Or, for more information and to request a volunteer pack, ring Louise Davies, Volunteer Coordinator on 020 7240 3718 or email  volunteering@scotscare.com

Our currently available volunteer roles:

Family Befriender

Choir Catering Assistant

Coffee Morning Host – Barnet

Befriender

Volunteer Application Form:

Eniko volunteer

It’s coming up to a year now since I’ve been volunteering as a blether buddy. Once a week after work, I head over to visit an elderly person in their home.

Before I knew it, these visits became a permanent highlight of my week. Connecting with someone from a different generation and background is one of the most rewarding experiences I ever had. In the end, I feel my visits are as much a gift for me as they are for my befriendee.

If you live in London, can spare a couple of hours a week and would love to volunteer in a way that fosters long-lasting connections with those you help, reach out to ScotsCare!

– Eniko, Volunteer

Eniko volunteer

It’s coming up to a year now since I’ve been volunteering as a blether buddy. Once a week after work, I head over to visit an elderly person in their home.

Before I knew it, these visits became a permanent highlight of my week. Connecting with someone from a different generation and background is one of the most rewarding experiences I ever had. In the end, I feel my visits are as much a gift for me as they are for my befriendee.

If you live in London, can spare a couple of hours a week and would love to volunteer in a way that fosters long-lasting connections with those you help, reach out to ScotsCare!

– Eniko, Volunteer

Michael’s Story

London can be a lonely city which was a major factor in Michael wanting to become a Befriender.

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