There are so many ways to get involved!
You can see our current opportunities listed below.
Due to Covid-19 we are currently recruiting for a reduced number of roles. We are working on the safe re-introduction of volunteering roles in line with government guidelines and will provide all relevant guidance and materials required to undertake the roles safely. This means that volunteering roles may operate in a different way to ensure the safety of volunteers, staff and the families we support. We will continue to update our website with more volunteering roles as they become available.
If you haven't spotted a role below but are still interested in volunteering or have any questions about volunteering for CHAS please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have spotted a role that suits you below please complete our online application form:
Fundraising groups are the local face of CHAS in the community. We are looking for volunteers to join our fundraising groups across Scotland. The groups plan and deliver events and activities in the local community to raise vital funds for CHAS.
CHAS Schools Ambassadors are inspiring young people that promote the charity within their school, to peers and teachers and to the wider community.
CHAS collecting can representatives are responsible for placing and collecting fundraising cans from a range of sites including pubs, shops and cafes. People donate to CHAS every day through our network of collecting cans across Scotland. It’s vital that we collect this money, count and bank it so we can then spend the funds on developing our services for children and families.
Community Fundraising in CHAS has five key income streams and engagement volunteers help fundraisers raise more money by using their own interests, contacts and networks.
Fundraising groups are the face of CHAS in the community, raising money and the profile of the charity. Groups deliver fundraising events to raise vital funds to support children with a life-shortening condition across Scotland.