We involve volunteers in a variety of roles throughout C-Change and dates-n-mates and have something to suit all skills, talents, interests and availability. You will be valued and supported in whichever role you decide to undertake and the chances are you’ll have fun too!
Currently we are seeking office-based graphic design volunteers to help dates-n-mates and C-Change with everything from designing eye-catching and accessible posters and flyers for our big social events to designing the layout for our newsletters.
More detail about this role can be found here: Graphic Design Volunteer Role
Meet Garry – graphic designer
“I feel I’ve gained more confidence and definitely a more impressive portfolio by volunteering with C-Change and dates-n-mates. I also know my work is appreciated by everyone.”
Meet Eilidh – graphic designer
“Being part of a creative team and having input into the finished product is an incredible experience. I’ve also updated my skills and learned new software programmes.”
We are also on the look-out for talented photographers and videographers to capture the fun at our events. Many of the images and videos on this website were taken by volunteers. We would also like to capture the stories of the people we work for, and are specifically seeking a Videography volunteer to help with this project.
You can find more detail about the role here: Vidoegraphy Volunteer Role
If you’d rather be more closely linked to dates-n-mates members or the people C-Change works for then talk to us about becoming an Events Volunteer or Community Volunteer. You can View the Event Volunteer advert here: Event Support Volunteers
Community Volunteering opportunities are available across Glasgow and North Lanarkshire depending on your own locality and we are always looking for people who can help to support our dates-n-mates members at social events in Glasgow.
Right Now we are also looking for some Admin volunteers to help in the C-Change office. You can view the role advertisement here: Receptionist Role Advertisement
“It’s really rewarding, not just for you but for the people you help too”, says Joanne, an Event Supporter. Click here to read an interview with Joanne.