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We’re celebrating the #PowerOfYouth this #iwillWeek from the 18-24 November 2019 – join us!
St Andrew’s Day is an opportunity for those living in Scotland to come together to celebrate some of the shared values that unite us.
Volunteering must adapt now if it's to be fit for the future, according to a major new report by Volunteer Scotland and the Scottish Volunteering Forum launched today. (5th November)
On Thursday 24 October, Dumfries and Galloway Befriending Project (DGBP) were presented with the prestigious IiV award by Elaine Murray, Leader of the Council, at their office in Bank Street, Dumfries.
Every year, Befriending Week is celebrated from 1-7 November and putting a spotlight on ‘Health and Wellbeing’ is this year’s theme.
International Volunteer Managers Day happens every year on 5th November. Find out how you can get involved for 2019 >
Stirling’s third annual Festival of Volunteering will draw to a close this Friday after a month packed with events to inspire citizens to volunteer.
The Scottish Household Survey still provides the very best view we have on who volunteers across Scotland.
Every October The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association celebrate the charity’s history and achievements on the anniversary of the first four UK guide dog partnerships, back in 1931.
Volunteer Scotland are pleased to present Cats Protection with a donation of £400.