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Projects in the Highlands are searching for volunteers

By Louise Glen

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New Start Highland has launched a new food hub.
New Start Highland has launched a new food hub.

Two projects in the Highlands are looking for volunteers.

New Start Highland in Inverness and Project Scotland are looking for people to support its charitable work.

New Start are looking for retail volunteers for its furniture outlet store in Carsgate Road, Inverness.

New Start Highland runs the shop to help it in its mission to takle poverty, homelessness and long-term unemployment.

The charity is looking for someone to join its team of volunteers in the popular shop to greet customers, work on the till, create displays, or handle stock and generally keep the shop tidy.

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Rachael Hatfield on 01463 723 996 or rachaelhatfield@newstarthighland.org.

Young people who would like the experience of work, and adult mentors are being sought for Project Scotland - that works throughout the Highlands.

Project Scotland provides a 'personal plan' for young people, which includes a volunteer placement with a local charity and one-to-one mentoring, as well as ongoing support from a team member.

If you are a young person facing barriers and disadvantage, or perhaps you would like to be a volunteer mentor to a young person, then please visit the Project Scotland website at https://www.projectscotland.co.uk

To register as a volunteer in the Highlands email volunteering@highlandtsi.org.uk.

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