ProjectScotland volunteering opportunities top 500.

Posted on September 6, 2013

A further 21 charities have signed up to partner with ProjectScotland during July and August 2013 taking the number of current volunteering opportunities offered by the organisation above the 500 mark.

Together the new partners have created more than 60 full-time volunteering opportunities for young people in Scotland.

“Without our partners we can’t offer a brilliant variety and quality of volunteering opportunities to young scots,” says Kim Laidlaw, Partner Development Manager at ProjectScotland. “The organisations that have joined cover areas from Ayrshire to Aberdeen and help communities with a diverse range of projects. We’re really looking forward to sending talented volunteers their way.”

The charities that have signed-up during the summer are:

The Highlanders Museum Limited

The Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum

The Bread Maker

Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland

Scottish Spina Bifida Association

People’s Dispensary For Sick Animals

Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy

Nairn Citizens Advice Bureau

Heart of Scotstoun


Friends of Anchor

Eglinton Country Park

Culture NL

Create Aberdeen

Community Led Action and Support Project

Cats Protection

Care and Repair Edinburgh


British Heart Foundation

Bobath Scotland

Bield Housing and Care


Charities interested in finding out more about becoming a partner with ProjectScotland can visit