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Get Involved

Roystonhill Community Hub is always looking for new people to help out around the community. If you are looking to learn a new skill and/ or add to your CV get in touch to find out how we can help.

Volunteer your time

We are always looking for people to get more involved with their local community. We have roles available for someone looking to learn reception and admin skills, catering and waitressing, event management and gardening. If these roles don't interest you we can also work together to find something that works for you.

Activity Volunteer

Roystonhill Community Hub is a flexible and easy role to get involved with: if you have a skill or a hobby you want to share with people, we have the facilities available to let that happen. Whether it is a weekly class or a one-off-block. This could be a yoga class, an arts group, cooking classes, well-being therapies, literacy support or even bicycle maintenance. Get in touch to find out how to get involved.

How can this benefit you?

By volunteering your time, you will be able to help the most vulnerable people in the community by involving them in fun and new activities. Getting involved in these projects can be a valuable addition to your CV to reach out to potential employers and can even be added into your portfolio. While at the same time you can meet new people and make new connections.

Meet our Team

Angie Fraser 
Volunteer Coordinator

Catriona Donald
Volunteer Assistant

The Royston COVID Response Group

Find out more about the fantastic organisations and most importantly, volunteers, that dedicated their time to helping out where they could during the first Coronavirus Lockdown:

What have we been up to?

'Positive About Refugees' Award

Spire View Housing Association was lucky enough to recieve an award from The Bridges Programmes recognising our work with refugees. The Housing Association works with The Bridges Programme through Roystonhill Community Hub where we recruit and train volunteers in the areas they interested in, allowing them to gain valuable work experience, increase their skills and gain qualifications. 

Tina Kimbumina is the Employability Caseworker for The Bridges Programme and in fact started off as one of Roystonhill Community Hub's first ever volunteers before moving on to her current employment. Tina, after working with us, started referring volunteers on to The Hub and we work together to give them the best opportunities we possibly can. 

Since working with The Bridges Programme we have worked with a number of volunteers who have went on to employment and further education and we are so happy to have been a part of that journey. 

We are incredibly grateful to the Bridges Programme for gifting us with this award and we look forward to our future partnership with such a fantastic organisation. 

You can find out more about The Bridges Programme on their website: 

Volunteer Week 2023

The 1st to the 7th of June saw Volunteer Week where organisations celebrate all of the hard work volunteers put in to help, and Roystonhill Community Hub is no different. We have a fantastic team of volunteers who help out at The Hub every week and we could not be more grateful to every single one of them.  

Those who can, do, those who can do more, Volunteer. 

If you are interested in volunteering and want to find out more about getting involved in your local area, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 0141 212 7386! 

We want to recognise and say a huge thank you to:  

Adewunmi Dosumu, Amie-Leigh Donald, Anuli Okafor, Cerys Condron, Debora Helena Manuel Neto, Demi Crawford, Eilidh Donald, Ekaterina Vorobeva, Elizabeth Prentice, Hafsah Bubarani Daya, Caleb Thomas, John O'Donell, Kayieigh Hunton, Keira McCready, Lisa Duffin, Margaret Heaney, Mary Gibson, Natasha McVeigh, Patricia McDonald, Paul Dixon, Paul McGregor, Rachael Christie, Samuel Joseph Vaughan, Svetlana Isaieva, Teigan Curley, Yvonne Monro, Lucy Mbugua, Vonnie Chu Chi Yin, Patricia Isiekwe 

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