At Scope, we are passionate about giving everyone equal opportunities to volunteer, and we welcome applications from everyone. We work hard to make sure our volunteer opportunities are as accessible to and inclusive as possible.
If you have any questions about your access needs, or if there is anything you think we could do better. Please get in touch at email@example.com.
Make volunteering work for you
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Volunteering in one of our shops can count towards your Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s (D of E) Award. You can fit volunteering in our shops around other time commitments like School or College.
We are an Approved Activity Provider for Volunteering in our retail shops, meeting the D of E’s activity standards.
We work with probation services, welcoming and supporting volunteers who are on the path to rehabilitation. We want to help them give back to their local community. Local probation and community payback services can find out more by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Vocational Qualifications
Volunteering in one of our shops may give you the opportunity to complete a National Vocational Qualification. This is a nationally recognised external qualification and is available to Scope volunteers who meet the eligibility criteria.
Why volunteers are important to Scope
Volunteers are at the heart of what we do, helping us reach more of the 14.1 million disabled people in the UK.
To create the social change we want to see, we need to build a movement of committed people who believe disabled people deserve equality. We can't do this without the thousands of people like you who support us in our charity shops or elsewhere in the community. Join us.