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Photos of some of Scotland's very many volunteers.
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Volunteers attend the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood and meet our MSPs. Part of the #volunteersweek celebration 2015.
The Dawson Bike Club provides Sales, Service, Repairs and Guided Bike Rides around Falkirk.
Photos of some of the great work by Canal Volunteers
Remake Scotland is a creative reuse organisation, aiming to divert potential landfill and encourage grassroots creativity.
Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health (LAMH) is a registered charity and provider of a range of services to people with mental health difficulties.
Greenock Medical Aid Society was founded in 1798 and is a voluntary organisation providing care for older people.
The Conservation Volunteers have been reclaiming green places since 1959. Right now, when one third of the UK's green places are in danger of being lost or degraded, their work is more important than ever.
Lightburn Elderly Association Project (LEAP) offers support services to older people in South Lanarkshire.
Some volunteer case studies from Jana