Volunteer speakers/collecting can co-ordinators
When We Need You
From 06/02/2013 onwards
Fundrising volunteers are asked to help with both awareness ,raising and fundraising the local area. The roles described can both be carried out by one person or seperately as proffered.Volunteers speakers are trained to talk about the work of CHAS to any group who requests a speaker. Collecting can co-ordinators are responsible for servicing CHAS collecting cans in businesses in their local area. This means replacing full cans ,as well as counting and banking the money on behalf of CHAS. Full training is given for both sides.
About Children's Hospice Association Scotland
The CHAS is a scottish charity established to provide hospice services in Scotland for children with life -limiting conditions. It offers proffesional care,practical help and emotional support to the whole family usually from day to day they are refered until death of their child and beyound. It is the first childrens's hospice opened in Kinross in July 1996.
Work is carried as requested by local groups and businesses and is not at regular time . Talks may be in evenings/weekends. Volunteers would need to travel to venues/businesses themselves
Application Form, Induction/Training, Informal Chat, References
Training and Induction Details
For collecting cans we can visit the volunteer at home and talk to them throuth the procedure. There is always someone on hand in our office 9-5 for advice too.
Advice / Information giving
Volunteers can submit an expences at their convenience. Milliage is paid at 35 p per mile
No Wheelchair Access
No Disabled Toilet
Frequency & Commitment
No minimum commitment required.
No minimum age has been specified for this opportunity
Opportunity Provided By
Contact: Highland Third Sector Partnership