Association Scotland –Shop Volunteers.
We urgently require volunteers for our two shops in Kinross.
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 for an application
Homes 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.
RDA needs more volunteers -
Can you spare a couple of hours once a week?
a helper at one of our riding sessions is hugely rewarding,
and not just for the children!
can make new friends, be part of a team, learn or use existing
skills in a new way and boost self confidence.
don't need to have any experience, just a willingness to come
and learn, and enjoy the pleasure riding gives to the children.
training is given.
would be delighted to welcome you at Glenfarg RDA, Church
Brae (road opposite Glenfarg shop), Glenfarg PH2 9NLPop
along: Monday to Thursday 9.45am to 12.30pm
email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Autism Support are
recruiting in Kinross-shire for help with their Outreach programme
supporting under 18's and their families. See
leaflet for information.
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
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
Pop in and speak to Nan or telephone 01577 863869
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,
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