Volunteer in Scotland
Across Scotland we have 22 branches supporting veterans in need and five service committees supporting military families thanks to our dedicated volunteers, join us and give back to those who gave so much for us.
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At SSAFA we have been providing support for our Armed Forces and their families for over 130 years, and understand the difference a helping hand can make to people's lives.
We want to grow our family of Volunteers across Scotland, so we can reach more people and give back to those who have given so much for us. If you can spare your skills and a little time, we can offer the training and support you need to make a real difference in people's lives.
From shaking collection tins to visiting lonely veterans at home, offering your know-how on social media or marshalling your excellent organisation skills, there are so many ways you can join us - you can find your nearest branch here.
Meet inspiring people, gain some confidence and learn new skills as part of our volunteer network across Scotland.
Volunteering in Scotland
Our branch volunteers carry out roles ranging from: Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity officer and Fundraising officer in the local community to support veterans in need.
Our unique branch caseworkers meet up with people to talk through the problems they face – and work with them to find a solution.
Our service committee volunteers carry out roles ranging from: Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Community Volunteer Coordinator, Community Volunteer, Publicity officer and Fundraising officer at garrisons, naval establishments and RAF stations. They provide support to serving families.