North Highland Cancer information & Support Centre
This valued charity located in Thurso offers free support to people[and family members] with Cancer. The organisation are seeking new volunteers to help people with [or in remission from] cancer or family members struggling with the physical, financial or emotional aspects of this illness. If you have a confidential ear, a caring nature and are good with people then you could help at the centre. You can also help with making tea/coffee and general volunteering . Experience of Cancer an advantage but not essential. If you feel you could offer a couple of hours a week please get in touch with Catherine firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about free tree packs click the link https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/plant-trees/schools-and-communities/
Make a difference to the envirionment and local wildlife.
Saltire Presention happening on 22nd January.
There is an opportunity to recieve your Saltire Award on the 22nd January 2020 in Thurso [7pm].
We are appealing to young people currently registered for the Saltire Award or organisations with young volunteers to come forward and claim your volunteering hours. You will be offered the opportunity to recieve your award at this event. Please get in touch with Catherine email@example.com to gain recognition for your volunteer committment. This is an annual event so dont miss out ,get in touch now. thanks
An exciting opportunity for ADULT VOLUNTEER YOUTH INSTRUCTORS based in Wick Fire Station.
The SFRS are opening a Youth Volunteer Program. This opportunity will encourage young people to become youth volunteers within the Fire & Rescue Service and is aimed at young people ages 13-18
Some of the main aims and benefits of the scheme for the young people include:
Gaining a practical understanding of the SFRS and play a supportive role in their local communities
Becoming more successful learners, confident individuals, responsible citizens and effective contributors with improved life skills.
Increased capacity for further learning, employability and volunteering.
This scheme is based on a 'cadet' type environment where adult instructors mentor and encourage young people to gain skills and learn about the Fire And Rescue services and their local community.
Volunteer instructors should have experience of working with young people, an awareness of child protection and wellbeing practices, confidence, patience and demonstrate confidentiality. Volunteers will be subject to a Protecting Vulnerable Groups disclosure check. Applications are open from 21st Nov to Sunday 8th Dec. application pack available www.myjobscotland.gov.uk
Xmas Tree Sale poster 2019 Click Link to open the poster about Christmas Tree Sales at Newtonhill Woodland Croft on Saturday 30th Nov 11am-4pm and Sunday 1st December 11am-3pm.