Volunteer age requirements: Please note that we require “contact” volunteers to be 21+ years of age and “non-contact” volunteers to be 16+ years of age.

If you are interested in volunteering with Street Connect, please click to download and complete our volunteer application form.

Befriender

Befriender

Location: Various Time commitment: Flexible to suit volunteer/Service User Role description: Provide regular social time on a one-to-one basis to an individual looking to make progress in their life and integrate into society. Benefits to the volunteer: If you want to...

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Drop-In Cafe Volunteer

Drop-In Cafe Volunteer

Location: Glasgow city centre, Possilpark, Clydebank, Paisley, Greenock and Deal, Kent. Time commitment: Approximately 3 hours. Role description: Supporting the running of a Drop-In café to serve some of the most vulnerable and marginalised people in society. Benefits...

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Outreach Volunteer

Outreach Volunteer

Location: Various Time commitment: Various day-times on weekdays and Saturday evenings. Role description: Working as part of a team of two to go and speak with disadvantaged and marginalised people on the streets. Benefits to the volunteer: You will be taking part in...

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Support Work Volunteer

Support Work Volunteer

Location: Various. Time commitment: Flexible to suit Volunteer/Service User. Role description: Your role will be to support and provide emotional, (potentially) spiritual and practical support as well as helping service users access other services. Benefits to the...

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Fundraiser Volunteer

Fundraiser Volunteer

Location: Various. Time commitment: Flexible to suit Volunteer. Role description: Working as part of our fundraising team, writing funding applications, community fundraising or participating in sponsored events. Benefits to the volunteer: The work of Street Connect...

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Event Fundraising Volunteer

Event Fundraising Volunteer

Location: Event specific. Time commitment: Event specific. Role description: An opportunity to take part in or organise a fun or team activity, such as a bungee jump or Kilt Walk, or a community fundraising activity such as a supermarket bag-pack or a bucket...

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