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Volunteer with Us

We have a range of exciting volunteering roles and opportunities on offer, and we run regular Volunteer Induction Days. This is a fantastic way for you to gain new experiences and skills, meet new people, and support the local LGBT community.


We would love to hear from you if you are interested in any of the following roles. We would particularly welcome applications from potential Learning Disability Project Buddies and Drop In Assistants. Please do get in touch if you have any questions - we would be very happy to chat through the possibilities with you.


You can take a took the process for becoming a volunteer here, and you can find the application form here.


Events Team Volunteer

Join the dynamic events team to help plan and deliver the Special Event programme. You can take a look at the kind of events we run here.
Contact Jules for more information, on jules@lgbthealth.org.uk or 0131 523 1104.

Drop-In Assistant

Join the team at our various evening and weekend drop-ins, assisting staff and helping to make a friendly and welcoming space.
Contact Alison for more information, on alison@lgbthealth.org.uk or 0131 652 3283.

Social Groups Volunteer

Assist staff in delivering monthly social groups in LGBT friendly bars around Edinburgh.
Contact Alison for more information, on alison@lgbthealth.org.uk or 0131 652 3283.

LGBT Age Volunteer

Provide befriending and social opportunities for LGBT people over 50, as well as helping to promote this unique project. You can find out more about LGBT Age here.
Contact Jane for more information, on jane@lgbthealth.org.uk or 0131 523 1100.

Volunteer Counsellor

Offer one to one counselling as part of our small counselling team. You will need to have a BACP or COSCA recognised diploma in counselling. You can find out more about our mental health services here.
Contact Fiona for more information, on fiona@lgbthealth.org.uk or 0131 652 3285.

Buddying Volunteer

As part of the LGBT Learning Disability Project, Buddies will help LGBT people with learning disabilities/difficulties to attend and feel more involved in the group activities that we offer throughout our programme. You can download the role description here, and you can find out more about the project here.
Contact George for more information, on george@lgbthealth.org.uk or 0131 652 3281.