Drop in Volunteer
When We Need You
From 16/02/2012 onwards
To communicate with the designated staff member and other volunteers about the programme activities. To build a rapport with service users, including vulnerable adults and children and listen to their concerns in relation to the drop-in. To facilitate and participate in games, activities, and discussions with service users. To assist with the practical tasks, set-up and clean-up. Maintaining the standards of Child Protection & Health and Safety, as stipulated by our policies. To regularly attend and participate in volunteer meetings. Benefits will be to ncrease self- confidence and skills, take part in fun activities, accessing training to further personal development, meeting a challenge. HOW DO YOU GET INVOLVED? You should contact us for an application pack ideally by email, in writing to us or visit us. If you are interested in this opportunity please get in touch with us using the contact details on this page. Alternatively you can register your interest directly using the register Interest facility. If you do not receive a response within 5 working days, please contact the Volunteer Centre. It generally takes around 7 days after you contact us to get you started.
Skills & Experience
Good with people, eager to volunteer.
St Francis Hall BTG's drop in on Thursdays Gorbals,401-405 Cumberland street, G5 0SE Glasgow. Travel expenses paid when coming from outside Gorbals area.
Application Form, Induction/Training, Informal Chat, Police Check, References, Trial Period
Training and Induction Details
To participate in support and information meetings and attend relevant training courses/workshops
Community / Economic Development Work
Refugees / Asylum seekers
'All day' bus tickets must be handed in week after.
Frequency & Commitment
5 & a half hours per week.
Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age.
Opportunity Provided By
270 Ballater Street
Contact: Catriona Milligan
Tel: 0141 418 0241