Volunteering

We try to involve volunteers in most aspects of our organisation encouraging them to share their ideas and give them the opportunity to work in many different projects within the Health Agency.
  • Ensure our services meet the needs of the clients, to provide new skills and perspectives and to increase our contact with the local community we serve. 
  • Contribute positively to the day to day running of the Health Agency and bring their own skills and energy.
  • The Health Agency will ensure that volunteers are properly integrated into the organisational structure and that mechanisms are in place for them to contribute to WHHA’s work. 

The Agency provides a friendly and supportive environment from which to learn about volunteer roles and new skills.    

Have you ever considered becoming a volunteer?

Not only does it give you the chance to meet people and make new friends it also gives you the opportunity to get involved with what is happening in the community, do something worthwhile and give something back 

Opportunities available:

The Health Agency offers volunteer places in various aspects of our project in fundraising, administration, board members, the walking project and complimentary therapies.
 
If you are interested in any of these volunteer opportunities please contact the reception on 0131 453 9400 or email Sam@thehealthagency.org.uk, and ask for an application form

There are also trainee placements and volunteer opportunities as counsellors and  CBT therapists.  If you are interested in a placement as a trainee or as a qualified volunteer therapist please email Fiona Partington with a cover letter and a copy of your CV; email FionaP@thehealthagency.org.uk

For other volunteering opportunities in your area contact:

The Edinburgh Volunteer Centre -  www.volunteeredinburgh.org.uk
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