At CLASP, we offer a range of volunteering opportunities for individuals who are able to help others in their local community. Our volunteers are vital to us and, working with our staff, they can make such a difference to the community too. You as a volunteer also benefit – volunteering can help build confidence, allow you to learn new skills, meet new people and have fun
Digital Buddies (DigiBuds) are our team of trusted volunteers who help our Digital Learners to use their devices effectively and navigate the online world safely. Please contact Salena for more information – please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01294 602 711.
Group Befrienders/General Volunteers
Telephone Call Service/Befrienders
Someone who likes a good chat and is able to encourage and stimulate an older person to express themselves and feel comfortable engaging in conversation. Inspiring enough confidence further down the line to attend social activities.
Management Committee Members
Generally meeting once a month, our voluntary management committee members bring a broad range of skills and expertise to help us improve and retain vital services to the older community in North Ayrshire.
To support the organisation across a range of administrative functions, including design and desktop publishing.
Ready to volunteer?
There are no special qualifications required for any of our volunteer roles – young or old alike – all we ask is you have a willingness and commitment to provide some support and help in your local community. We provide full training and will cover all reasonable volunteering expenses.
Our volunteering opportunities are updated regularly – to find out more about volunteering with us please fill in our online registration form below. If you are not able to complete the form online, please contact us either by email to email@example.com or telephone on 01294 602 711.
We look forward to hearing from you.