1st Kinross Cubs is a part of the 1st Kinross Scout Group and
offers the young children of Kinross-shire the opportunity to
gain new skills and experiences under the guidance of the Scout
Association. Every year the Scout Association help over 450,000
young people in the UK enjoy new adventures; to experience the
outdoors, interact with others, gain confidence and have the
opportunity to reach their full potential. It’s not just
young people who can get in on the action. Working alongside
our youth members are thousands of adult volunteers, with a
huge variety of roles and opportunities available.
Why not strengthen your CV while making a real impact on the
lives of young people?
How much time you give is up to you, and you don’t need
any previous experience. We currently have several volunteering
roles available with the Cub section, and whatever you choose,
we’ll make sure you’re properly trained and supported.
If you are interested and would like more information about
our volunteering opportunities, then please contact Daryl on
01577830346 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospices Across Scotland –Shop Volunteers.
We are currently looking for volunteers for our two shops in
Can you spare a few hours of your time? In return you will be
rewarded by our friendly and welcoming retail team and volunteering
with CHAS is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills
and to make a huge difference to the lives of the families who
use our services.
For further information contact Sarah Stephen on
01577 864692 or email email@example.com
an application pack
WALK LEADER TRAINING INFORMATION PACK
Would you like to encourage others to walk more and improve
course is aimed at giving individuals the skills to lead/assist
short health walks in their local community and/or start their
own walking group. The next course will run on:
29th March 2019
The Hay Room
Perth, PH2 0TH
9.30am - 4pm
being a volunteer walk leader for you?
Leader training is aimed primarily at local volunteers who
will either lead or assist ‘health walks’ as part
of the Stride for Life initiative. This course will give you
the practical skills and advice on how to lead a walk safely
and effectively and how to motivate others.
Walk Leader training is also provided for partner organisations
on the understanding they commit to either; developing a walking
group or provide active support to their service users to
access walking opportunities.
Feedback statistics will be required for evaluation purposes
is a local charity that support children and young people with
additional support needs and disabilities. We have recently
started a Youth Club here in Kinross on a Tuesday evening and
we are looking for some new volunteers to come along and help
out. We put on a range of fun and exciting activities for the
young people every week so we are looking for people who are
enthusiastic and like to have fun!
of our volunteers will receive a 6 week induction training
on how to support young people with additional needs which
will cover a range of topics including child protection, supporting
visual impairment, promoting positiveness and information
on a range of additional needs and disabilities.
club runs from 6.30 - 8.00 on a Tuesday night at the campus
and we can take volunteers from thr age of 14 up. We happily
support Duke of Edinburgh or Saltier candidates or anyone
who is looking to get some experience in childcare.
an application pack, please email
us or visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SHIPCharity
parents know that those early years before children go off to
school are vital in a child’s life and at Home-Start we
believe parents have the key role in creating a secure childhood
for their children.
It’s just that sometimes they need a bit of help ...your
Fire and Rescue Service Community Asset Register (CAR)
This is a register of volunteers who have a particular asset
or skill which they feel could be used to support emergency
services and responders at an incident.
Examples include someone with a boat who could be called in
times of flooding to assist evacuate people from houses to a
place of safety. Similarly someone with a 4X4 may be used in
times of severe snow to transport vulnerable people to a community
Further information about the CAR can be found on the link below:
Unfortunately, it is impossible to gauge how often a volunteer
will be requested.
Mobilisations can be determined by severe weather, a specific
type of asset/skill required for the incident, the emergency
services availability and resources in the area and the location
of the volunteer.
It must be stressed that even when someone has registered, they
are under no obligation to mobilise when they are called by
the Operations Control centre.
For anyone to register an interest and request a form please
and a registration form will be sent to be completed
along with guidelines on how to complete the registration process.
Or use this email address to contact CAR directly.
Baltree Country Centre, Gairneybank, Kinross, need
volunteers to clean the kennels and walk & feed the greyhounds.
Can you Help?
01592 890583. Visit our website at www.greyhoundrescuefife.com
for Cats Wanted Fife Cat Shelter, a Scottish Registered
Charity, is always looking for homes for rescued cats.
Cats can be visited, by appointment, at Causeway Cattery, Scotlandwell.
Contact Rhona on 01383 830286.
Loch Leven Reserve needs volunteer fundraisers to help
support the wonderful world of nature on our doorstep. From
pin badges to bucket collections, events and sponsored walks,
if you would like to join our team of community fundraisers,
we’d love to hear from you.
What’s in it for you? You’ll gain great experience
of community fundraising, valuable insight into the RSPB, a
chance to work with a friendly, enthusiastic team and the opportunity
to raise vital funds for conservation at Loch Leven Reserve.
If you would like more information about becoming a volunteer
fundraiser, please email, Area Coordinator (volunteer), Lyndsay
or phone 01577 862 355.
The RSPB is an active and exciting conservation charity, the
largest in Europe. We can help you gain skills and give you
a valuable insight into our work.
The Potager Garden is a small community garden in Bowton
Road in Kinross, KY13 8EQ. It is a registered charity run by
volunteers, and a main aim is to give education to school children
about plants, gardening and the environment. A P5 class from
Kinross Primary school visits during the summer term, and they
plant vegetables in the L shaped beds, and these are tended
by volunteers, until the children return to harvest them in
September. We also propagate potted plants for sale to fund
our activities. The garden is also open to the public during
We have a small friendly group of volunteers who meet at the
garden on Monday mornings throughout the spring and summer,
who help with the maintenance of the garden, according to their
own availability, interests and skills.
We would welcome any new volunteers who would like to help with
any gardening activities, or learn about growing plants, fruit
and vegetables in an environmentally friendly way. Activities
can include potting and pricking out seedlings, weeding, tying
up plants, and watering. Most of our green waste is composted
on site to feed the soil. We also have a small raised bed which
can worked at from a seated position. It may be possible to
arrange for volunteers to come at a different time, if Monday
mornings are not convenient.
If you would like more information about our volunteering opportunities,
please contact the Convenor, Amanda James on  840809,
need 2 volunteers
SPARKs are a group which offers adults
of all ages who have support needs or
disabilities to meet together with their
carers to improve their health & wellbeing.
meet in Loch Leven Community Campus every Thursday 1-3pm.
The group are using their personal experiences to take forward
difficulties they have within their local area; dropped
pavements, parking for disabled & bringing relevant services
to the area and access to local facilities. The group helps
to combat isolation and build informal support networks.
The Group gives members the opportunity to:
• Share experiences and knowledge of issues around disabilities
• Members also take part in activities such as group
quizzes, arts/crafts, learning programmes & “Friendly”
• The group are always looking for new things to do
together & go on outings
Volunteers are needed to support all of the above. Volunteers
will be supported by workers Shona Fowler, NHS Project
Worker, and Roseanne Gray, P&K Community Learning and
For more information please call
01577 867216 / 867218
Kinross-shire Day Centre
We are looking for volunteers to help serve lunch to
a lively bunch of over aged teenagers (over 65's).
If you have time to spare one day a week and would like to help
between 11.45am and 1.15pm we would love to hear from you.
Pop in and speak to Nan or telephone 01577 863869
of volunteering? You can search for volunteer opportunities
in your area on our website: www.vaperthshire.org
If you would like help finding out about volunteering you can
drop into our centre in Perth Mon–Fri 10 – 4, Voluntary
Action Perthshire, The Gateway, Nth Methven St, Perth, PH1 5PP
OR one of our development workers would be
happy to meet with you in your own area, please contact us to
make an arrangement:
T: 01738 567076
Action Perthshire helps groups to recruit volunteers through
our volunteer drop in and website.
are open Tuesdays, Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays from 10.00am
to 1.00pm in the Church Street Hall, Milnathort.
Although we have a dedicated group of volunteers and have
welcomed a number of new faces over recent months, we are
always on the lookout for more to cover holidays, etc. So,
if you are interested and prepared to give up a few hours
a week in a good cause, or know someone who might be, why
not give one of the contacts below a call or drop in for a
cup of coffee and speak to one of the volunteers on duty.
outside opening hours are:- Jim Henry (864452) or Pat Payne