Volunteering with CALA
Volunteering - Family Support
We are always looking for volunteers to help with families. If you are a caring type of person who enjoys having fun and can spare 2-3 hours a week why not make a difference and try volunteering? Volunteering can make you feel good about yourself and improve your health. It can also be a sociable activity which helps you meet new people.
To get started, download and complete your Family Support Volunteer Application Pack and email/send completed applications to the CALA Service Manager (details below).
For more information please contact our Family Support coordinators:
Marie McSorley, Portree
Tel: 01478 61315
Amanda Wagstaffe, Golspie
Tel: 01408 633363
Moira Lane, Glenelg
Tel: 07934 458984
Volunteering - Working in a CALA Childcare Centre
Do you like being with children and have time to spare? Do you want to keep busy, make a difference (as well as new friends!), have fun and gain new skills? Why not offer support and practical help within a CALA Childcare Centre?
To get started, download your Childcare Centre Volunteer Application Pack and email/send completed applications to the CALA Service Manager (details below).
Volunteering posts are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 by the Exclusions and Exceptions (Scotland) Order 2003 and successful applicants will be required to become members of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Membership Scheme.
Download your Volunteer Application Pack:
Completed applications should be sent to:
Membership & Information Co-ordinator
Care & Learning Alliance
INVERNESS IV3 5EB
For further queries please contact Trish on 01463 703033
Care and Learning Alliance is an Equal Opportunities Employer
Scottish Charity No. SC 009292