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Our team of dedicated volunteers are at the heart of what we do, providing education support and encouragement to children who need it most.

 

There’s nothing more rewarding than seeing the smile on a child’s face when they are learning. You have the chance to play an important role in a child or young person's life and ensure their future is bright.

The number of Inclusive Homework Club volunteers continues to grow, and their hard work and commitment means together we support children from Primary 1 to Secondary school and beyond. Join our volunteer family today.

By volunteering for the Inclusive Homework Club, you will gain new skills and experiences, but most importantly you will make a difference to the lives of children and young people. 

We currently recruit volunteers through the Volunteer Glasgow website at https://www.volunteerglasgow.org

At this moment and time, we are not recruiting. Keep an eye out on our social media pages to find out when we are!

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Why Volunteer?

People volunteer for many different reasons, including:

Affinity with the Cause

Some individuals want to give something back to the community or the specific charity as they have accessed support in the past.

Free Time

Many people who volunteer with us have had very busy lives and since retiring find they need to fill their time.

Enhance CV

For those who are seeking employment, volunteering can be a great way to enhance your CV.

Gain skills & experience

Student teachers or students in the health sector are often keen to volunteer within a related field to gain valuable experience.

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Our dedicated volunteers share why they volunteer at the Inclusive Homework Club.

Q: 'Why did you volunteer to be the committee treasurer in the Homework Club?'

A: 'My reasons for joining the IHWC were mainly to provide this service to the

community. It takes the pressure off parents who may need to work long hours or find it difficult to help their children with their school work. It also helps the children who may need extra support with language or other barriers to learning.' 

—John Daley, Treasurer.  

                                                      

 

Q: 'Why did you volunteer to be the committee treasurer in the Homework Club?'

A: 'I volunteered to be in the inclusive homework committee because I have seen the dedication of the project manager Mrs. Firdaus Ahmed fully well. Another reason is, some
of the students don’t have educated parents to help them with their homework and their parents don’t have money to employ private tutors, therefore, I decided to join to help in
my small way'

—Charles Ezeanero, Parent and Committee Member