When We Need You
From 03/08/2009 onwards
Volunteer speakers are of huge importance to the Leprosy Mission Scotland, speaking at a wide variety of groups such as schools, youth groups, Rotary, churches or retirement groups. Helping to raise awareness of the reality of leprosy is a very important task, and you would be central to increasing our supporter base andfunds. Leprosy is curable and our target is to bring about a world without leprosy through effective diagnosis, treatment and suppport for people and communities affected by leprosy. Meetings will often include a stall with fairly traded goods made by leprosy affected people who have gone through rehabilitation and training programmes and are now able to support themselves and their families. The leprosy Mission is a Christian charity and while meetings may be in a Christian or a secular environment, volunteers must be sympathetic to the Leprosy Missions values and ethos.
About The Leprosy Mission Scotland
To minster in the name of Jesus Christ to the Physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of individuals and communities disadvantaged by Leprosy. Working to unhold human dignity and eradicate Leprosy. Thereby raising resources, finance, people and prayer.
Application Form, Induction/Training, Informal Chat, References, Trial Period
Advocacy / Human Rights
Overseas aid / developing world
Volunteers complete an expenses form after every event for the payment of agreed expenses.
No Wheelchair Access
No Disabled Toilet
Frequency & Commitment
No minimum commitment required.
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
60 Kyle Street
Contact: Voluntary Action South Ayrshire
Tel: 01292 263 626