Volunteer Dumfries and Galloway – part of Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway – has been launched to specialise in volunteering and to help volunteers and volunteer involving organisations.
If you would like to go straight to our volunteering search CLICK HERE.
If you are a young person and want to know more about the Saltire Awards CLICK HERE.
Across Dumfries and Galloway, volunteers make a difference every single day supporting everything from small local organisations to large national charities.
Volunteers undertake a huge variety of tasks including befriending, fundraising, retail, organising events, working with young people, serving coffee and much more. You don’t need experience to be a volunteer, you just need to be able to give up some time to help others.
Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway recognises the value and contribution volunteers give to our region. Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway is here to support volunteers and volunteer involving organisations.
Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway’s volunteering strategy shows how we can help develop and support volunteering across the region whilst implementing outcomes from the Scottish Government’s Volunteering for All framework.
The strategy was developed with the assistance of volunteers and volunteer involving organisations across the region and complimented by an action plan which is regularly reviewed by our Board.
The strategy can be viewed here: Volunteer Dumfries and Galloway strategy
To download an Easy Read version of the strategy click here: Easy Read Volunteer Dumfries and Galloway Strategy
The Scottish Government framework can be viewed here: Volunteering For All
Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway has developed a Volunteering Charter which volunteer involving organisations can sign up to. The charter recognises the organisations commitment to support volunteers and volunteering in our region.
If your organisation would like more information on how to sign up to the charter, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Captions: Above from left – Lucy Turner, of The Usual Place; Grant Ravenscroft, of SHAX; Marjorie Irving, of The Usual Place; Alice Polley, of LGBT Plus; Ann Gordon; Alex Dickson.
Below from left – Mary Mawson and Rose Baillie, of Home-Start Wigtownshire; Alex Dickson and Natasha Williamson, of Dumfries and Galloway Befriending Project; and Diane Jewiss, of Rainbow Family Centre in Stranraer.