0141 552 5592


Can you spare 2-3 hours each week?

Are you interested in supporting mental health recovery?

Do you want to meet new people, have new experiences and have fun?


If so, why not consider applying to join our volunteer befriending team. Our befrienders support participants to engage in social activities across the city with the aim of improving the person’s confidence, motivation and self-esteem whilst helping to break their social isolation.

We ask that prospective volunteers are able to attend both of our induction training sessions.

We anticipate the next induction will run in early 2020. 

Please check back on the website in the new year for further updates.

Next steps?

  • Contact us for an application form either by phone or email
  • Return application form to be eligible for consideration
  • Be able to commit to 2-3hrs a week for a minimum of 6 months
  • Attend both induction training sessions
  • Complete a (free) PVG background check
  • Start volunteering!


Anything else?

  •  For legal and ethical purposes, you must be 18 years or over
  •  We anticipate, having completed the induction, your volunteering role will commence in the New Year – background checks take at least 6 weeks
  •  You will have a named volunteer co-ordinator who will support and supervise you throughout your time at GAMH
  •  You will have access to additional training to support you in your role
  •  You will be reimbursed for agreed travel and activity expenses
  •  You will be able to request a reference after 6 months active volunteering



To get involved

Use the details below or fill in our enquiry form

Michelle McBride, Volunteer Coordinator –
North West
Tel: 0141 552 5592

Lynne Lamb, Volunteer Coordinator –
North East & South
Tel: 0141 552 5592


Volunteer Enquiry Form

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Feedback from current volunteers


The support has been excellent and you are able to develop, you are made to feel a valued part of the organisation

I am able to contribute and be involved within an organisation that has an ethos of inclusion

Training courses gives us extra knowledge and can be put on my C.V

Help us make a difference

GAMH are always looking to recruit a wide and diverse range of volunteers who can bring their own knowledge, skills and experience to a variety of volunteering roles providing creative support to individuals and to the organisation.