Volunteer with us

At Equal Futures, volunteers are valued and supported at every step of their volunteer journey.

When you volunteer at Equal Futures, you will be supporting the creation of lasting relationships for people with a learning disability and autism and their families.

As a volunteer with Equal Futures, you will receive:

  • Volunteer induction and training
  • Introductions to the Equal Futures community
  • Check-in meetings
  • Regular opportunities for feedback
  • Ongoing training and support
  • Paid expenses

You may want to volunteer with Equal Futures because you:

  • Have a desire to contribute to your local community
  • Want to support people who face challenges and discrimination
  • Want to gain skills or experience to help you in your professional career
  • Want to improve your mental health and confidence or reduce stress or anxiety
  • To live in line with your personal


Oscar Wilde once said ‘The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.’, and being a volunteer is to become the heart and soul of positive change, dedicating our time and passion to create a better world.

If you would like to find out more about joining our community as a volunteer, contact us!

Jane Mcallister (Edinburgh and Lothians):


0771 334 2311

Donna McCallum (Lanarkshire and Ayrshire):


0792 139 7615

Stacey Burgess (Glasgow):


0759 096 5527