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Fundraising volunteer form
Sign up to volunteer
If other, please specify
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Date of birth*
*Please note you must be 16 or over to volunteer.
It is cheaper and easier for us to email you. If you are happy to be contacted by email please enter your email address.
If you are happy to be contacted by phone please fill in your telephone number :
I am interested in collecting at supermarkets, on the street and at events*
*Opportunities available throughout the year.
Please indicate the days and times you are available to collect
Please indicate the areas you can collect in*:
*Please note that you are only permitted to collect in public areas where the Scottish SPCA has obtained a licence or private sites such as shopping centres and supermarkets where permission has been granted.
I am interested in collecting door to door in my local area*
*Opportunities available Monday to Friday during specific weeks throughout the year.
Please indicate the street names and postcodes you would be able to collect in
Please note you are only permitted to collect in streets where the Scottish SPCA had obtained a licence.
Please tell us if there is a specific fundraising event you are interested in
Please indicate which size tabard you will need
Small - medium
Large - extra large
There’s a chance you may be collecting alone. If you’d prefer not to be by yourself why not ask a friend or family member to sign up. Alternatively, you can join your local fundraising group.
Should you wish to collect with your local fundraising group and are happy to be contacted by the Scottish SPCA and your local fundraising committee member please tick here
Where did you hear about volunteering for the Scottish SPCA?
Are you aware of any physical or mental conditions that may limit your ability to volunteer for the Scottish SPCA?
Please note in terms of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 a person has a disability if he or she has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse affect on his or her ability to carry out normal day to day activities. The Scottish SPCA does not discriminate.
If yes, please provide details of your condition.
Have you ever been found guilty of a criminal offence (other than a spent conviction under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 or a fixed penalty notice) or been the subject of alleged criminal conduct?
If yes, please provide details
We would like to send you further information on our work and how you can support us. Are you happy for us to contact you via:
I can confirm the details I have provided are accurate.
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