Volunteering with Outfit Moray

Volunteering

Our volunteers are crucial to our ability to deliver our programme of outdoor learning and adventure activities and we have a large variety of roles available for adults and young people.  Follow the link below for more details on each role.

Volunteer roles
Saltire Awards with Outfit Moray

Saltire Awards – Young Volunteers

The Saltire Awards are the Scottish Government’s way of celebrating, recognising and rewarding the commitment, contribution and achievements of young volunteers in Scotland. For more information, visit the Saltire Awards page.

Volunteer roles
Staff and volunteer training with Outfit Moray

Staff and Volunteer Training

As part of being able to offer a comprehensive training and development package for staff and volunteers, Outfit Moray has a Training and Development policy to help guide you in creating a personal development plan.

Staff and volunteer training with Outfit Moray

Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service

In November 2010, Outfit Moray were honoured to receive The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service from Princess Anne. The Queen’s Award is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the anniversary of The Queen’s coronation and is described as the MBE for volunteer groups.

Volunteering for Outfit Moray Volunteer Friendly Award

Volunteer Friendly Award

In March 2020, we were delighted to have qualified for the Volunteer Friendly Award and are very grateful to tsiMORAY for all their support in achieving it. Our volunteers play a crucial role at Outfit Moray, Bike Revolution and Cairngorm to Coast and we are always hugely thankful for their time, commitment and dedication.

OUtfit Moray Lossiemouth
Bike Revolution, OUtfit Moray, Lossiemouth
Cairngorm to Coast, Outfit Moray, Lossiemouth