Why should you volunteer?

There are many reasons why, including:

  • To learn new skills
  • To improve existing skills
  • To make new friends
  • To build confidence
  • To add to your CV
  • To do something useful
  • To contribute in making a positive difference within their community

What do our volunteers need to do?

  • Take part in the Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group’s weekly Youth Club running every Friday evening from 6pm – 8pm
  • Participate in outing events for the children we support
  • Be on hand to help out at up coming fundraising events throughout the year

Volunteering Opportunities

Youth Group

We will be running Youth Clubs on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6pm – 8pm. Open to children ages 5 – 18 with ADHD.
Dundee Sports Development Officers, Diasou Arts and Crafts and Computers.
For availability of spaces please contact the ADHD Support Office.

Fundraising

Volunteers will be required to help out with annual fundraising events, bingo nights and general fundraising throughout the year.

Days Out

Volunteers will be required to help supervise children during outing events.

Questions & Information

What experience do I need?

None, however it would be a great benefit if you have or had any experience in dealing with children with ADHD and other learning difficulties.

How Much time do I need?

As much time as you have to give. Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group run a Youth Club every Friday from 6pm to 8pm, we require volunteers to work in small groups or on a one to one basis with some children that may require extra attention. We would also like volunteers to help take part in outing events and fundraising that may run throughout the year.

Will it affect benefit payments?

No, it won’t. Benefit regulations are quite clear that you can volunteer without it affecting your payments.

What if I don’t like it?

That’s no problem at all, just let us know and we can try to arrange something better suited to your needs and availability.