The best thing about volunteering is that YOU can choose to do as little or as much as you want. We have a variety of volunteering roles in which you can utilise your owns skills and experience to help others to make a difference in your local community.
There are many volunteering roles on offer from assisting in the Roar clubs, helping out at our craft cafe, helping with outings for our Men’s group, befriending an older adult who is isolated in their own home, drive people to clubs, learn to cut toenails – and much, much more. If you are 16 or over we would love to hear from you.
For our volunteers, training and expenses will be given. For more information please contact Roar on 0141 889 7481 or download the volunteer application form click here.
Find out more about Roar’s Volunteering opportunities, what you can do and what they can do for you. Download our “Gain as much as you give by volunteering“ leaflet.
Some of Roar’s volunteering roles offer opportunities to get paid self-employment. Currently this is through our “Roar do Feet” and “Roar do Digital” projects. Read more about these opportunities in our “Pathways to Paid Work Opportunities” pdf leaflet.
Roar provides opportunities for older adults to maintain independence and to maximise health and wellbeing. Here are three more exciting projects:
- Otago Exercise programme is a specially designed set of exercises whose purpose is to improve strength and balance in older people.
- Roar do Feet is a project which offers older adults the opportunity to have their toe nails trimmed and a relaxing foot massage.
These two projects are aimed at reducing falls among older people in the community. We are looking to recruit volunteers to help with our exercise classes and to provide the nail cutting service.
There is full training offered for both volunteering positions.
Please consider giving 1 or 2 hours per week for these worthwhile services.
We are also looking to recruit Volunteer Befrienders. Our Befriending service is aimed at older people who are socially isolated and may have disabilities. Could you spare 1 or 2 hours per week to visit an older person in their home to provide company and a chat? We would also love to hear from you if you drive and maybe able to take a small group of people out for an hour or so in the afternoon. We are looking for volunteers who can provide support to older people who perhaps have lost confidence and need a bit of support to rejoin their community. You could go for a walk to the shops with the them using local bus services, or even provide support to enable an older person to attend one of our projects.