...the latest from Volunteer Scotland

14 November 2016

The Scottish Government are helping to raise awareness of our patron saint and involve more of us in marking this St Andrew’s Day (November 30th). Share for St Andrew's Day is a great way to get involved.

7 November 2016

Trustees week runs from the 7th to the 13th of November and promotes the difference trustees make to the 24,000 charities in Scotland. We are very grateful to all of the (180,000) trustees who give of their time and without whom many of the charities we rely on, would be simply unable to function.

14 October 2016

Cricket Scotland are pleased to announce an exciting partnership with ScotRail and Glasgow Kelvin College to encourage more young people into volunteering at their cricket clubs and making a difference in their local community.

11 October 2016

Now in its 14th year, the BBC Get Inspired Unsung Hero award celebrates people from around the UK who volunteer their time and efforts to help people participate in sport. You can nominate until 23 October and the winner will be announced at BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

27 September 2016

The Scottish Government have released the results of the latest Scottish Household Survey (SHS). The SHS provides the best, most robust view on levels and types of volunteering across Scotland.

12 September 2016
Disclosures latest, Disclosure services, For Organisations, September, 2016, News, Blog

We shared some 'updates and reminders' in with our Disclosure Services customers recently.Read through the Newsletter here.

24 August 2016
News, 2016, August, For Organisations

The Poppies: Weeping Window sculpture by Paul Cummins, artist and Tom Piper, designer opened at The Black Watch Castle and Museum, on 30th June. Over 120 people responded to our call and now makeup our Poppy Partner Volunteer Team!

15 August 2016
News, 2016, August, For Organisations

Be rewarded, and recognised, for your charity's great work. Enter the Guardian Charity Awards by 26 August

4 August 2016
News, IiV Achievers

27 July 2016
News, 2016, For Volunteers, July

It’s not too late to join the new generation of environmental decision-makers, are you aged 14-17? Well this could be for you!