The campaign was set up to give people a chance to share their experiences of volunteering - good or bad - and provide VDS with a snapshot of the best and worst aspects of modern volunteering.
All entrants will have their name added to a prize draw to win Marks and Spencer gift vouchers.
Adrian Murtagh, Head of Development at Volunteer Development Scotland, said: "The responses we've had so far have been fantastic - honest and thought-provoking stories from people who choose to spend their time volunteering.
"We're hoping to receive even more feedback during the last week of the 100 Words campaign and we'd encourage anyone who has thought about taking part, but hasn't done so yet, to get their entry in before the campaign ends next Friday." ‘
Everyone who participates will have a chance to enter a prize draw to win £25 worth of Marks & Spencer vouchers.
Click here to tell us your story and for the chance to be entered into our prize draw for M&S vouchers . . .
My title at the rugby club is ‘Secretary’ but really it feels like I’m a part time travel agent, insurance broker, accountant, cleaner and barman. When I started playing rugby it didn’t occur to me that I’d have to take on all these duties. But, I suspect like a lot of volunteers, the jobs just keep piling up because only a few of us help out and I don’t want to let the club down. Knowing I’m doing my bit to keep the club going is a good feeling and you get a real buzz when we enjoy some success. I do wish, however, that more people would get involved in running things because sometimes organising other people’s fun can be a lonely job!