Volunteering in Moray
"Volunteering is the giving of time and energy through a third party, which can bring measurable benefits to the volunteer, individual beneficiaries, groups and organisations, communities, the environment and society at large. It is a choice undertaken of one's own free will, and is not motivated primarily for financial gain or for a wage or salary" (The Scottish Government)
How to Apply
Please take a moment to complete the online Registration of Interest Form (below) or the Volunteer Application Form (below) and we will get in touch with you.
Opportunities to Volunteer
There are many opportunities to become a volunteer in Moray either through the Council or through third sector partners such as the Moray Local Award Committee who supports the Duke of Edinburgh's Award and elsewhere. Our aim is to bring together volunteers and organisations and support them in order that Moray citizens are able to carry out safe, responsible and enjoyable activities for the benefit of everyone.
There are also volunteer opportunities across a wide variety of activities within Moray Council Day Services and Day Centres. There are also a few volunteer roles with specific skill requirements in particular activities. Please go to Volunteer Opportunities. You will find details about the tasks involved, what skills are required and who to contact.
Use the links below to find out more about how to volunteer with other Council services:
- Library Volunteers
- Duke of Edinburgh's Award
- Essential Skills
- Sports, Physical Activity and Health (Sports Development)
- Move More Moray
Moray Council Policy Statement
Moray Council supports and promotes volunteering within the work of all departments. Volunteers are valued as a key community resource in helping strengthen citizenship involvement and in turn, improve the quality of life for everyone in Moray. Download or view our Volunteering Policy (PDF)
Volunteer Development Officer - MCHSCP