The coronavirus outbreak is affecting the way we are able to grieve. You may be dealing with sudden loss or trauma, and may be cut off from your usual support network. FIND OUT MORE
We simply could not deliver our services across Scotland without the high standard of skill, commitment and compassion that our volunteers demonstrate every day.
They are integral to the Cruse Scotland team and we thank them whole-heartedly for the time, care, expertise and attention they give to bereaved clients.
Whether your strengths lie in admin, listening, counselling or fundraising, we’re sure you’ll find a volunteer role to suit you. Find out more about each role, and the corresponding qualifications or experience required, here.Volunteer Roles
At Cruse Scotland, we invest in the professional development of our volunteers so that they have the specialist skills needed to support bereaved adults, children and young people. Our volunteer training is comprehensive and accredited by COSCA.Volunteer training
Helpline, counselling and placement volunteer opportunities have predetermined recruitment schedules, so please check this section of the website regularly – plus our social media channels – for the latest recruitment updates.Volunteer Opportunities
If you’re interested in volunteering for Cruse Scotland, why not browse the stories of other lovely people who dedicate their time, expertise and energy to supporting Scotland’s bereaved? It makes for some inspiring reading...Volunteer Stories
We are honoured to share the stories of clients who have been supported by Cruse Scotland. Their accounts of their individual grief journeys, and what they learned along the way, may offer comfort and hope to those still in the midst of the turmoil that bereavement can bring.Client Stories