Volunteer with us

MIN has a variety of opportunities to volunteer with our groups or within the organisation. From small tasks such as helping out at events to bigger commitments like joining our Board or facilitating group activities, MIN could not do all the work we do without the help of our wonderful volunteers!

Volunteering Opportunities

We have a range of role and opportunities!

Volunteering sign up form

Why volunteer with MIN

Volunteering with MIN provides you with an excellent opportunity to develop and promote your well being.

Some of the benefits of volunteering at MIN include:

-gain experience

-build confidence

-help other-

-enhance your current skills

-learn new skills

Role descriptions

ESOL Tutor

ESOL tutors volunteer to  assist learners to improve their English to gain employment or admission to college and / make social contact in the community.


DigiPals support our service users with basic digital skills to engage with the activities delivered by staff and MIN partners.

Garden club

The garden club aims to promote wellbeing and social contact through gardening in a safe environment.

MIN group volunteer

Min group volunteers assist MIN staff and partners in delivering   the different group activities organised by MIN for  service users.

Outreach volunteer

Promote the publicity of MIN through engaging with attendees at community events

Peer Support volunteers

Providing Peer Support for individuals going through the asylum process


Take part in an event and raise funds for MIN.

What our volunteers say

Here are the testimonials of some of our past and present volunteers.

 “I have thoroughly enjoyed Zoom Gardening. My plants are growing everyday and just need TLC.

Thanks very much” Mina – Garden club

“Thanks so much for believing in me” Ishmail – MIN voices speaker

“It’s been an absolute pleasure getting to know you all and volunteering at MIN.

It’s such a valuable service and I’ve loved every session”. Amy – ESOL volunteer (2020-2021)

Location for volunteering can be remote or at the Maryhill Community Centre depending on the activity being carried out.  MIN will provide support and training for the above mentioned roles. For more information on any of our volunteer roles please contact MIN’s Volunteer Coordinator:

Boatemaa Ofori-Frimpong-volunteers@maryhillintegration.org.uk/07999020904