volunteer-opportunity2-e1321387208383From Budgie sitting to cake baking, from toenail clipping to gravestone cleaning, from feral cat catching to hairdressing – there’s a voluntary opportunity out there to catch anyone’s fancy!

Of course, there are also many more opportunities that cover admin, finance, driving, committee work, befriending, teaching, mentoring, fundraising, catering, photography, reporting, event planning, volunteer coordination, sports, culture, and so much more.

With over¬†500¬†volunteering opportunities in Argyll and Bute, we’re sure to find you something perfect.

Volunteering can be great for boosting your confidence, making new friends, putting you through formal training, gaining qualifications, getting references, bulking out your CV, and making you more attractive to potential employers.

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What times are you available to volunteer?

What type of voluntary work would you like to do?

May we pass on some of your details to volunteer involving organisations as part of our service in trying to find a volunteer opportunity for you?

The Data Protection Act puts obligations on users of personal information and lays down principles for its use. One principle states that information has to be processed fairly and lawfully. This means you are entitled to know how we intend to use any information you provide.

The information you have provided will help us to try and find you a volunteer opportunity best suited to your personal circumstances. It will also help us to monitor and improve the quality of our service. Your personal data will not be given to anyone else unless it is necessary for us to do so i.e. in order to comply with the law, or with police investigations. Information about your postcode, gender, ethnicity, state, age, any disability, may be disclosed to, for example, our funders, or in our Annual Report, but only in the form of statistics and not in any way that identifies you. The information will be entered onto our database and it will be used in accordance with the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998. If you do not wish to answer a question, simply leave it blank.

If you wish to view the information we hold on you, please write to our Manager.