Volunteering gives Glaswegians the chance to make a difference in their local area. Not only that, but they learn new skills and make new friends. Our volunteers choose to give up their time to benefit communities across the city.
Our volunteers come from all walks of life and represent communities across Glasgow. It’s the volunteers themselves who tell us that their motivation to volunteer is to make a difference in their own community.
There is a range of volunteering opportunities available. Are you interested in helping at one-off events? Or at one of our venues? Our museums, libraries, sports facilities, and arts and music venues all offer volunteer roles.Find out more and get involved
Other ways we’re empowering communities
A free service which provides support to adults in the Calton area of Glasgow to help them access activities and services.
ESOL learners enjoy improving their English in many ways. Including reading, speaking and making new friends.
Glasgow Life Digital Champions support adults who need help with basic digital skills.
This programme supports parents and kinship carers to increase their income through employment.
Health walks are easy, sociable and most of all good fun. What’s more, with over 50 walks taking place each week, there’s bound to be one near you!
We support entrepreneurs and innovators from that first spark of inspiration to successfully launching and growing a business.