Volunteer Centre Angus
Making it easier for people
Volunteer Centre Angus is managed by local volunteers. We aim to ensure
that anyone who wants to volunteer is supported and encouraged to do so.
Angus main office is situated at 32-34 Guthrie Port, Arbroath.
our premises we have a training room which can accommodate 25-30
people for training events and 40-50 people for meetings or AGMs.
a smaller meeting/training room which accommodates up to 16 people.
Both rooms are fitted with projector screens, white boards and flip
We are fully accessable for wheelchairs and have unisex disabled
Organisations and community groups are welcome to get the use
of the facilities and details of booking and costs can be obtained
from staff at the Volunteer Centre.
Give us a call on 01241 875525
What we do:
- Provide information and support which helps people to make
their own informed choices regarding the type of volunteering they
want to do.
people to take the initial steps into volunteering, by arranging
visits and informal meetings.
- Provide training which helps with pre-volunteering skills.
- Work with organisations to ensure that volunteers get the
best possible experience.
- Are active in recruiting, supporting and matching volunteers
in all areas of Angus through local volunteer information points.
- Develop on-line and up to date volunteer information and
opportunities through our Website.
Volunteer Centre Angus works with organisations and agencies to help
identify volunteer opportunities and to ensure that volunteers enjoy the
best possible experience. We ask organisations to register with us and
to provide details of volunteer opportunities. This helps us to provide
potential volunteers with the information and diversity
There are Volunteer Centres which operate across Scotland You can find
your local Scottish Volunteer Centre here.
If you are looking for a Volunteer Centre elsewhere in the UK check out
Volunteer Centre Angus
organises volunteer conferences and volunteer engager forums. This helps
develop dialogue on volunteering issues.
Membership and services
- Volunteer Centre Angus helps develop volunteering by ensuring
it is a positive learning experience.
- We value the efforts and expertise of people who work and
support volunteers. Volunteer Centre Angus will support and compliment
of volunteer support workers, engagers and other people who work
- Essentially we are here to help and work alongside you, we are
a resource – your resource!
A research report based
on exploring the attitudes towards volunteering, trends and to identify
issues pertaining to capacity building for volunteering
and volunteer development was published in August 2004. This is available
as a PDF for download.
Registration is easy. Our staff
can assist you through this process, or alternatively you can register
Volunteer Centre Angus provides a valuable service to volunteers and
organisations working in Angus.
We do this by working in partnership.
What we can’t do alone we do together!