Volunteering in Scotland

Could you give a few hours to help our Parkinson's community in Scotland?

Our volunteers are united by a shared determination to improve the lives of people with Parkinson's. Many work locally to ensure the smooth running of our local groups and branches. Some contribute to national steering groups like our Scotland Development Team, others help at our various fundraising events.

With more than 40 groups across Scotland there’s sure to be one near you. And regardless of your skills, experience, age or available free time they’d love your support.

Our groups need volunteers to make tea and bake, fundraise, and organise activities. Leaders are required too. Our groups are always on the look-out for people who can chair meetings, act as treasurer or secretary. As well as enthusiastic workers and administrators, our groups need people who can bring specific expertise in areas such as exercise, arts and crafts, public relations - the list is only limited by imagination.

How to volunteer

Whatever your talent, there is a role for you within Scotland's vibrant Parkinson's community.

Find out more from our volunteer co-ordinators:

  • Alice Hall, Volunteer Co-ordinator (East and South-East of Scotland)
    Tel: 0344 225 3725
    Email: ahall@parkinsons.org.uk

It might just be the most rewarding thing you've ever done.

Volunteering across the UK

Find out more about volunteering with Parkinson's UK.