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Volunteering Map

See the locations where our people have volunteered in the community

Case Studies

Scottish Water employees are passionate about volunteering.  Here are some of the ways our employees have been getting involved in their local communities:

Volunteering at Edinburgh Zoo

Volunteers from Corporate Communications help Edinburgh Zoo's maintenance department, find out more about their brush with the pandas


Volunteers take up their post at Visual Impairment and Learning Disability Services

Seven employees spent a day at the Visual Impairment and Learning Disability Services (VILD) In Bishopbriggs.



Scottish Water Staff on Holy Orders for Church Refurb

Kind-hearted staff at Scottish Water have stepped to help answer the prayers of a charity who are looking to revive a famous Dundee church building.



Mountains Animal Rescue Centre in Forfar

Scottish Water volunteered to create a memorial garden at Mountains Animal Rescue Centre in Forfar.



Sense Scotland

Scottish Water workers helped carry out some essential work for Sense Scotland.



Breast Cancer Care

Asset Management volunteers wrapped gifts at Jenners to raise funds for Breast Cancer Care.



Remembrance Sunday

Scottish Water staff on Skye volunteered time and to spruce up a neglected war memorial in time for Remembrance Sunday.


MND Scotland

Scottish Water employees helped carry out some essential work for MND Scotland, the charity which serves the needs of people with Motor Neurone Disease, as it prepared for a major fund-raising event in Glasgow.



Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Scottish Water workers helped our feathered friends by volunteering at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds at Lochwinnoch.



Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice

Scottish Water employees helped carry out improvements at a sensory garden at the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice in Carlton Place, Glasgow.

About Volunteering in Scottish Water

Scottish Water runs a volunteering programme supporting employees who want to get involved in education, conservation and community activities.

Volunteering at Edinburgh Zoo

A team of 6 from Scottish Water help Edinburgh Zoo's maintenance team on Friday 13th July 2012

Volunteers help spruce up the David Livingstone Centre in time for Bi-Centenery Celebrations

The Procurement and Supply Chain team volunteered at the David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre

TIGERS spotted at Finlaystone Estate, Langbank, Greenock

Gardening in the Finlaystone Country Estate as part of the Scottish Water Volunteering Programme

Gift Wrapping at Jenners for Breast Cancer Care

Scottish Water volunteers wrapped gifts at Jenners to raise money for Breast Cancer Care.

Scottish Water Staff on Holy Orders for Church Refurb

Kind-hearted staff at Scottish Water have stepped to help answer the prayers of a charity who are looking to revive a famous Dundee church building.

Mountains Animal Rescue Centre in Forfar

Scottish Water volunteered to create a memorial garden at Mountains Animal Rescue Centre in Forfar.

Scottish Water Volunteers Help at Sense Scotland in Glasgow

Scottish Water workers helped carry out some essential work for Sense Scotland, a charity which works with deaf blind and disabled people, to help redecorate part of its family resource centre in the south of Glasgow.

The Mallard Centre Springburn, Glasgow (Crossreach charity)

Scottish Water workers helped carry out some essential work for Sense Scotland, a charity which works with deaf blind and disabled people, to help redecorate part of its family resource centre in the south of Glasgow.

Wooplaw Community Woodlands

Scottish Water workers helped carry out some essential work for Sense Scotland, a charity which works with deaf blind and disabled people, to help redecorate part of its family resource centre in the south of Glasgow.

Volunteers take up their post at Visual Impairment and Learning Disability Services, Bishopbriggs

Scottish Water volunteers take up their post at Visual Impairment and Learning Disability Services, Bishopbriggs