VOLUNTEERING

ABOUT VOLUNTEERING

Our Sports Volunteer Project works in partnership with East Lothian Community Sports Hubs to help local sports clubs and local community sports events.

The aim of the project is to increase the number of volunteers in sport and physical activity within the local community. The project is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.

Our local sports clubs offer many different non-sporting roles and have helped local people in making a positive step towards employment or education. These roles have included; catering, ground maintenance, social media, marketing, graphic design and event management.

We have created strong links with local high schools, Queen Margaret University and Job Centre Plus within Musselburgh to facilitate this.

 

We provide training to support current and new volunteers. Training provided has included; first aid, food hygiene, child protection and coach education.

Our young volunteers are presented with a Saltire Award for their contribution. One of our volunteers has recently been awarded theirs for 500 hours of volunteering.

Over 100 Volunteers Recruited

Over 80 Volunteers Trained

Over 60 Saltire Awards Achieved

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A massive Thank you to all of our volunteers who put in a lot of time to support the Community. Our volunteers are central to the working of everything here at the Pennypit!

For more information and current opportunities click on the documents below.

Volunteering Oppurtunities

To have a look at our volunteering oppurtunities

Volunteer Information

Have a look at some information about volunteering

Info for Organsiations

Have a look at some information about volunteering for organisations

Volunteer

Form

If you are interested in volunteering fill in the form below!

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The volunteering project would like to acknowledge East Lothian Council and The National Lottery Community Fund for their continued support.