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Issue 12

 

The latest volunteering news from the Borders and beyond 

Volunteer Centre Borders is the first point of contact for volunteering advice, information and support in the Scottish Borders. We work with a range of partners to ensure volunteering is recognised as being integral to the area's health and prosperity.

 

Our Volunteering Vision
Our vision for the Scottish Borders is for it to be an area that values and supports volunteering, recognising its contribution to personal and community development, encouraging everyone to participate and share in the benefits, and enhancing practice across sectors to ensure quality volunteering experiences accessible to all. 

 

Spread the word

Download, or order copies of, our new information leaflet.

 
 

Active Schools are volunteer friendly

The programme to provide more and higher quality opportunities for young people to take part in sport and physical activity has received a prestigious award recognising its support for its huge team of volunteers.

 

Help running costs

Gala Harriers, a popular running club in the Scottish Borders with a large and growing membership, is looking for a volunteer Treasurer.

 

Shape 3rd Sector Infrastructure

Have a say on how the Third Sector Infrastructure can be shaped across Scotland and the Scottish Borders in particular.

 

Dippers desperately desire drivers

Volunteer Drivers are urgently needed to take people from their homes in Galashiels, Earlston and Coldstream to Kelso Swimming Pool.

 

Volunteer opportunities

Looking to volunteer? Come and browse some of our opportunities or...

...get in touchfor a chat!

 

Flexible volunteering vital for survival

Flexible volunteering opportunities are not just a nice to have but are essential for survival and continued growth.

 

Calling all young volunteers!

You might decide to volunteer to help you get skills and experience for job, college and University applications, or simply to have fun with friends; whatever your reasons, there's a Saltire Award for you.