Town Volunteer List
Getting involved locally
The Town Volunteer List is one of the positive outcomes from the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic - we had over 150 local volunteers come forward to help out during the crisis many of whom wanted to continue to help in the community as things settled down again. Hence the Town Volunteer List.
Volunteers: 54 volunteers on the list.
Opportunities: 25 opportunities available.
Here are the one off opportunities (regular listed below).
Rattray Primary School Nursery is on the look out for support with their garden – can you anyone help?
Let’s save unloved gardens with garden-sharing. Gardening Boosts Our Health And Well-Being But What If You Can’t Garden Or Don’t Have One?
We are currently looking for additional volunteers with an interest in arts & crafts to help with our gift shop and remnant shop.
Wisecraft is looking for a volunteer to help their clients engage in joinery and woodworking activities under the supervision of their staff and within a mental health setting.
Here are the regular opportunities we have listed.
Would you be willing to provide some administrative support for a group, club or organisation? Let us know and we can let you know when an opportunity arises.
Help out in the Store stocking shelves, pricing items, serving, doing refill and tidying up after the store.
Do you have time to help out on a committee? Let us know and the sort of things you are interested in and we can let you know if there are any opportunities.
Are you an IT/Computer whizz? Would you be willing to offer help to someone having trouble with their computer, internet, printer etc?
Are you able to help a local community group fund raise and lead a campaign or activity?
Some groups occasionally need help with fund raising activities whether that be applying for funding or help with running fund raising activities such as a Tesco raffle, coffee mornings etc.
You are happy to help out with basic gardening such as lawn mowing, weeding, planting etc
Help run or manage a club/group
Would you like to help organise/run one of our 130+ clubs or groups? We can put you in touch with groups who are looking for people.
Help with an activity
Would you be willing to help out at an ad hoc event or activity as and when - no commitment, we'd just email out to those intersted when an opportunity arises and you reply if you can help.
Help with Arts/Craft Groups
Would you like to help out groups who provide arts and crafts for older or younger people?
Would you be able to help a group with a leaflet drop in the town? Just one-off - we have another option if you want to help with the Hub Mag Delivery.
Blair in Bloom organise the annual litter pick (sometimes more) - if you'd like to be involved then let us know.
Lunch Club Driver
Saturday Lunch Club Drivers collect lunches from Rattray Hall around 11am on Saturdays and deliver lunch to between 6 and 15 addresses and have a chat/catch up with the recipient.
Would you like to offer phone support to someone who is lonely? We can put you in touch with someone looking for a chat.
Are you a whizz with numbers and could help an organisation, group or club with their accounts? Let us know and we can let you know of opportunities if they arise.
Veg Peeling - Saturday Lunch Club
Each week we get regular donations of fresh veg which our volunteers peel and return to us - this can be done at home or at Rattray Hall.
Volunteering with the Royal Voluntary Service
The Royal Voluntary Service are looking for prospective volunteers who want to freely give their time, talent and life experience to help older people believe in themselves, move from crisis to confidence and be better connected to their communities
Youth Volunteer Opportunities
Are you a young person looking to volunteer? Whether it's part of a Duke of Edinburgh Award, to support the community or get experience, we can help.
Examples of how you can help:
- Practical help
- Social Media support
- Hub Mag delivery
- Volunteer Driver
- Admin support
Town Volunteer List