There are many ways to get involved in the work of Interfaith Scotland.
Volunteer with us
We offer a number of volunteer opportunities, including helping our busy staff team in the office and at events.
We also offer a volunteer programme called ‘Face to Faith’ where volunteers have the opportunity to share their faith with school pupils of all ages.
Volunteering can be ‘as and when’ or longer-term internships.
Please contact our office for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a friend
Becoming a Friend of Interfaith Scotland is a great way to support our work.
Our Friends are individuals, groups and organisations who are passionate about interfaith work and the impact it makes on communities.
Become a member
Contact our office if your faith community or group is interested in becoming a member or associate member of Interfaith Scotland – email@example.com
Hold an event during Scottish Interfaith Week
We can provide you with ideas and advice for setting up an interfaith event in your area to celebrate Scottish Interfaith Week.
We can advertise your event on our website and to our contacts list.
Small amounts of funding are also available to assist with events.
Local Interfaith Groups
We can help you get in touch with the nearest interfaith group in your area.
If there is no interfaith group in your area, we can help you to set one up and provide advice and support for the group.
Schools and Youth Groups
We have volunteers from different faiths who are available to speak in schools and youth groups about their faith and/or the importance of interfaith dialogue.
We have also created interfaith resources for schools and youth groups.
Women’s Interfaith Dialogue
We host women’s interfaith dialogue events in different towns and cities in Scotland throughout the year.
Get in touch if you would be interested in us hosting a women’s dialogue in your area.
Training and Resources
We provide training to voluntary and statutory agencies on faith awareness and religious equality.
We have also produced a number of useful publications and resources which are available at the office or can be downloaded from our website.
We are signed up to an organisation called EasyFundraising.
If you buy on-line, many retailers will add a percentage donation to our organisation.
All you have to do is register on the Easy Fundraising website.
Once you have registered, whenever you are thinking of buying something on-line, log into EasyFundraising and see if the retailer you want to buy from contributes.
If they do, click through to their retail site from the EasyFundraising site, this can earn up to 7% of anything you spend.
Donate to our work
You can donate to our work by posting a cheque to our Interfaith Scotland office.
We use Gift Aid. Please let us know if you would like to make a Gift Aid donation.