Ability Shetland would not be were it is today without the help of our amazing volunteers. Volunteers help throughout our charity in various roles. This includes, club volunteers, boat skippers, drivers, trustees and so much more.
We are always looking for new volunteers and need your help! Could you spare a few hours at one of our clubs, do you have your own car to drive clients to/ from clubs, can you drive a minibus, do you want to help at our events and sporting competitions, or have you got the skills to become one of our skippers? If yes to any of these questions, we want to hear from you.
All training, mileage and other costs will be paid by Ability Shetland.
Young people from the age of 12 can volunteer with Ability Shetland as a helper.
Click here to read interviews from our volunteers about what volunteer means to them.
Click here for Volunteer Leaflet.
Volunteered hours worked can be recognised through the Saltire Awards Scheme. For anyone who does not fall in the age range for the Saltire Award, Voluntary Action Shetland Volunteering have created the Peerie Trows and Willin Haands awards for recognise the great work volunteers do. Click here to find out more about these two awards.
Westside Club Volunteer Advert
If you are interested in volunteering for Ability Shetland, please contact us for more information or fill out the form below. You do not need to print this as you can send it directly from this website.
Ability Shetland is committed to an Equal Opportunities Policy.
All Ability Shetland volunteers are subject to a PVG Scheme Record Check.
Declaration:I declare that the information I have given is, to the best of my knowledge, true and correct. I understand that deliberately falsifying or omitting information will disqualify my application and, if discovered after appointment, could constitute grounds for dismissal.