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Want to make an impact in Scotland’s movement towards a Wellbeing Economy and get involved in the exciting work WEAll Scotland is doing?

We currently unable to accept new volunteers but we plan to reopen again soon. So, watch this space!

How the volunteer programme works

If you join WEAll Scotland’s volunteer programme, you’ll become part of a close-knit group of people who care about the Wellbeing Economy movement and want to contribute to WEAll Scotland’s work.

Got comms skills? Maybe you’ll want to create a video for that new campaign we’re planning. Good with economics? You might want to share your insights with our Policy Lead for an upcoming report. Or maybe you are part of a community that’s often left out of systems change discussions. We’d really value your perspective.

We’re especially keen to find people who have skills and experiences in the areas below, but it’s okay if you feel you don’t fit these areas.

  • Content creation

  • Media editing

  • Policy/economics

  • Parliament/MSP engagement

  • Fundraising

  • Youth engagement

  • Project delivery

  • Admin

  • Event support (online and in-person)

  • Sector-specific knowledge (e.g., business, energy, the environment, etc.)

These are just some areas where we know we’d value additional support and perspectives, but anyone is welcome to apply, and we’d love to hear from you.

All new volunteers will receive an induction, including on Wellbeing Economy principles and WEAll Scotland ways of working. You won’t have to commit to set hours once you’re up and running, and it’s okay if you need to take a break at any point. Once you apply, we’ll explain all the details on an introductory call.

How to apply

We encourage anyone who would like to become more involved with WEAll Scotland and the wellbeing economy movement to apply. Here’s how.

Send a brief email to our volunteer coordinator at, and include the following information:

  • Your name

  • Your preferred pronouns

  • Why you want to get involved with WEAll Scotland

  • What skills, experiences, or perspectives you would like to bring to the table

If email isn’t your thing, feel free to send us a video, link to a social media post, or whatever format suits you best. We just need the above information so we can learn a little more about you before setting up an introductory call.

Once we’ve received your application, we’ll review it and get back to you, most likely setting up an introductory call soon after. On this call, you’ll have a chance to learn more about the volunteer programme, including volunteer benefits and responsibilities, and you can ask questions. Finally, we’ll email you after the call to let you know if we’d like to invite you to join the volunteer programme. This also gives you a chance to reflect after the call and decide whether you’d like to proceed.

Our network is made up of more than 50 member organisations who share our vision - from grassroots community groups and national NGOs to purpose-driven businesses.

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