Knowing Me, Knowing You – Befriending Project, LanarkshireLocation: Lanarkshire
Alzheimer Scotland is seeking volunteers to help with their new befriending project in Lanarkshire. The aim of the project is to offer people living with dementia regular contact from a befriender for companionship and to help improve mental and social we
West Dunbartonshire ServicesLocation: West Dunbartonshire
Forget me not Project – West LothianLocation: West Lothian
Forget me not volunteers spend time with people with dementia. If you can spare a couple of hours (or more) a week to visit someone who is living in a care homel, or would like to befriend a person with dementia please get in touch.
Community Activity VolunteersLocation: Peterhead and Fraserburgh
Edinburgh and the Lothians Fundraising Volunteers Needed!Location: Edinburgh and Lotians
Forget me not service – Glasgow & East DunbartonshireLocation: Glasgow & East Dunbartonshire
Forget me not service volunteers spend time with people with dementia. If you can spare a couple of hours (or more) a week to visit someone who is living in a care home or hospital, or would like to befriend a person with dementia please get in touch.
Connect 2 Project – Edinburgh, LothiansLocation: Edinburgh, Lothians
Within the Connect 2 Project we are looking for volunteers to befriend people with dementia, support people with dementia with Alzheimer Scotland’s community events and services.
Volunteer with the Scottish Dementia Working GroupLocation: Scotland wide but primarily Glasgow, Highlands, Angus and Dundee
This is a voluntary role and support will be provided by the Development Officer of SDWG.
What you can get out of volunteering
Volunteering at Alzheimer Scotland provides you with the opportunity to develop and build on skills, knowledge and experience and at the same time as making a difference to lives around you who are connected to the organisation. Volunteer with Alzheimer Scotland and gain an all encompassing enjoyable and rewarding experience.
How volunteering helped me
I volunteer with Alzheimer Scotland where I attend the Day Centre once a week, take part in fund-raising and serve on the branch committee. It keeps me busy!
The volunteer work I do is really varied; helping out with monthly meetings, interviewing members about their experiences of setting up audio-visual equipment – I’ve even accompanied a member to a European Parliament meeting in Brussels!