Get involved

Local people helping us to help others

The Centre is indebted to its volunteer helpers who, by giving their time, are enriching the lives of others while gaining valuable skills and experience.

What we need

As an Edinburgh charity working with local people the Eric Liddell Centre is able to do more due to the kindness of volunteers.

You can lend a hand in a number of ways including:


  • Helping in the Day Care Service and its home based activity service (PVG required).

  • Giving a hand at our lunch service for older people.

  • Being a foot carer our Caring Soles personal foot care service

  • Doing odd jobs around the building, including a bit of painting and decorating.

  • Helping carers through the Carer Befriending Service.

  • Volunteering on our Fundraising Committee to help us organise our series of fundraising events.

  • Acting as host for a Centre based course.

  • Admin support.

  • Using your creative skills to design new leaflets, posters etc.

  • Giving talks to local Rotary Clubs and other community groups.

Can you help?

If you are able to give some time on a regular basis, whether that is weekly, fortnightly, monthly or even daily and you want to help us make life better for local people, we would love to hear from you.

To join our Helping Hand Programme

Please download the application form below and return it to us, references will then be sought from the referees that you have provided and you will be contacted for an interview.

Traning

Training is provided for some volunteer roles, such as food hygiene training for cafe volunteers.

Downloads

If you would like to get involved, please email Lynda Hay at hayl@ericliddell.org and fill out a Helping Hand form. We would be delighted to welcome you.

If you are interested in applying for any of the above positions, fill in the online application or print out an Application Form (opens in a new window) and send it to us.

General information sheet

If you would like to speak to us and find out more about volunteering through the Helping Hand Programme, you can contact Lynda on 0131 447 4520 or via email at hayl@ericliddell.org.

*If you are interested in lending a hand in our day care service, you will be invited to complete an “Enhanced Disclosure” application form. From November 2010 applications will be made for membership of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups scheme.

Work with us

We live and breathe what we do, and if you can too, we have a role for you.