Below we have a list of all of our current projects that you can sign up for on our Union Volunteering portal, these are blurbs and if you want anymore information email


St Andrews Scout Group.

We are the 15th St Helens Scout Group and are sponsored by St Andrews Church. This makes us the 15th St Helens (St Andrews) Scout Group. The Group was founded in 1921.

There are 3 sections as part of the Group

1) Beavers: aged between 6 and 8. Beavers meet Thursdays between 6.15pm & 7.15pm

2) Clubs: aged between 8 and 10 ½. Cubs meet Mondays between 6:30pm & 8:00pm

3) Scouts: aged between 10 and 14 ½. Scouts meet Fridays between 7:30pm & 9:30pm

Girl Guides/ Brownies

Volunteers shall commit to one evening per week and they shall help take part in exciting activities the girls, aged 10-14 years old, have planned for each session- the possibilities of which are endless!

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Intandem Mentoring

Intandem is a mentoring programme for young people looked after at home, it is funded by the Scottish Government- Inspiring Scotland with 13 other charities. Intandem provides mentors for young people ages 8-14, who are being looked after by their local authority but are living at home. They may be looked after through the Children's Hearing system, may still be living with their family with support and supervision from social workers

Lift Off

Lift off We works with S3–S6 pupils who have the potential to succeed in Higher Education (SCQF level 7 or above), but may face barriers in achieving this.

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Fife Young Carers

. Do you want to volunteer with young people in your area? Fife Young Carers are recruiting volunteer befrienders to support young carers to access activities in their community, promoting confidence, self-esteem and social inclusion. Read more about it here:

Fife Young Carers SCIO is a local charity committed to improving the support and information provided to Young Carers in Fife

CKS Youth Group

Now while volunteering is hosted in a church it is not at all like a church service, the club is open to children, families and volunteers from all backgrounds who want to enjoy very informal, unpredictable, fun and messy activities together! Normally, the last Sunday of each month from 3:30- 5pm

We are constantly in need of volunteers with an interest in working with children as part of our programme of activities. In the past, volunteers have assisted with monthly Messy Church sessions (which take place in our refurbished church building in Springfield) and with the church youth club which meets weekly in Ceres.

Fife Gingerbread

One Off Volunteers

This role is for those who do not feel they have the time to commit to volunteer weekly but want to help out when they can, if people have DIY skills and would like to volunteer on a one-time basis, they need volunteers to decorate town halls that they hold their events in/re-decorate some of the families' homes that are in very poor condition. Or can help out by in an orgnaised donation drive where FIfe Gingerbread is looking for things such as stationary, nappies, things for babies and children as well as christmas gifts

Fife Gingerbread

Christmas Volunteers

Fife Gingerbread need volunteers to help with sourcing wrapping paper/Christmas bags and wrapping gifts for the families they work with. They also would like to organize a fundraising event where families will meet Father Christmas at a street event and would like if volunteers could help with organizing and marshalling the event

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Fife Gingerbread


Fife Gingerbread are looking for an ambassador to raise awareness of the work of Fife Gingerbread. These ambassadors could represent Fife Gingerbread at events such as the St Andrews Volunteer Fair.