To find out more about the latest volunteering opportunities available with Support in Mind Scotland, please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator Alexis Cumming at: [email protected]

You can also call Alexis on 0131 662 4359

She will be happy to provide you with a Volunteering Form so we can process your application and try and find you a suitable opportunity.

As all of our support is now being delivered by phone or online our building based volunteer opportunities are currently on hold. We plan for these opportunities to resume once we are advised that social distancing is no longer needed. In the meantime you are still welcome to get in contact to find out more. 
 
We may have opportunities for additional remote and digital volunteering in the future. Please keep an eye on this web page or contact our Volunteer Development Manager if you would like to register your interest. 

Current opportunities:

Community Fundraising Volunteer - Edinburgh

Support in Mind Scotland are looking for an enthusiastic, imaginative volunteer to support our Fundraising Team in their efforts to raise funds and mental health awareness in the community. We are a national mental health charity with a proud history stretching back to 1972, and we provide vital services and support to more than 1,300 people across Scotland each week. We believe people affected by mental ill health should get the expert, compassionate support they need when they need it, regardless of where they live. It is crucial that we continue to raise funds and grow our profile to underpin our work and ensure a sustainable future. We want to place volunteers at the heart of our efforts to empower and support people affected by mental illness. If you would like to play your part in making a difference to the lives of the people we support, then please get in touch. 

This volunteer role would be supported by our Fundraising Team, based at our National Office in Edinburgh.

To find out more or to arrange an informal chat please contact:

Alexis Robertson Cumming (Volunteer Coordinator)

0131 652 4359

[email protected]

Volunteers complete an application and induction process which includes a PVG police check and reference checks.