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Become a Pro Bono supporter

Join our network of over 350 professional and expert volunteers.

Pro Bono

Make a difference to an essential charity

As a Pro Bono supporter, you can provide vital assistance to hundreds of charities helping Scotland’s vulnerable and disadvantaged people, and hone your own professional skills and experience. ¬†Join our network of over 350 professionals who each want to make a difference by giving their time and expertise. Whether you want to become a board member or offer time in your area of expertise, get in touch.

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Current Pro Bono opportunities

Edinburgh

  • Workingrite –¬†Workingrite delivers a unique work-based learning and mentored youth employment programme across Scotland. They work in partnership with locally based youth and community anchor organisations to deliver their 16 week course. They are in a period of expansion and are seeking three new trustees with experience of the Third sector, developing corporate partnerships, and finance ( preferably with experience of being a CFO or FD).
  • Smart Play Network ¬†– Smart Play Network believes in children’s right to play and their work reflects this commitment. They are an extremely well run charity and currently they are looking to boost their board with individuals who share this passion for play and help move the organisation into its next phase. Passion for play is key!
  • Rural and Urban Training Scheme (RUTS) –¬†RUTS aims to equip young people with the confidence and skills required to achieve their highest potential and raise their aspirations. This is achieved through motorcycle and bicycle based programmes that are tailored to the individual needs of our clients. Currently they are looking for trustees with either a ¬†finance or marketing background.
  • Play Midlothian¬†–¬†Play Midlothian works to support children to flourish, though improving and increasing their opportunity to play.¬†They focus on play because they know how much this benefits children‚Äôs health, wellbeing and development. It is important for their lives in the here and now as well as for their future life chances. Currently they would like to add HR experience and knowledge to their Board.

Glasgow

  • PEEK – A vibrant charity firmly embedded as a thought leader in the Third sector, and enhancing possibilities for children and young people in Scotland, is currently seeking an additional trustee with Impact & Learning skills, Governance & Risk or who comes from a Policy background.
  • Scottish Sports Futures – Using sport to inspire young people Scottish Sports Futures require trustees with finance/risk,HR, Education experience or a good knowledge of working in Glasgow’s East End Community.
  • Move On –¬†Move On Scotland work with vulnerable young people and people affected by homelessness to help them unlock their untapped potential. Their¬†services enable people to develop life and employability skills, build positive social networks, grow in self-confidence, gain qualifications and sustain a job. Currently they are looking for a new Treasurer with a background in finance not necessarily an accountancy qualification. The Treasurer would be expected to provide financial oversight to the Board only, not prepare the financials

Other locations

  • Hot Chocolate Trust¬†¬†– Located in the centre of Dundee¬† Hot Chocolate Trust is a youth charity working with marginalised young people from across Dundee. Currently they are looking for a Treasurer, they have a full-time book keeper and a Finance Manager so the Treasurer role would be to provide oversight.¬† They are a faith-based charity so they need someone who is comfortable with the ethos of HCT which includes inclusivity, learning together and a tenacious hold on hope!

Other requests

None at present

 

 

 

 

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