Volunteers are a vital part of the movement. By volunteering you will be directly challenging stigma and discrimination.
You can find out more about the specific roles and responsibilities of our volunteers below. If you're interested contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0141 530 1111.
Community Champions are trained leaders and activists who will play a lead role in stopping mental health stigma and discrimination in their local communities.
Our media volunteers speak to journalists about their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination. This can be on television, radio or newspapers.
Speakers give talks to various audiences about their experiences of mental health stigma and discrimination.
Young people aged between 16-25 from across Scotland form our cohort of Young Champions who play a major role in developing and delivering See Me’s Children and Young People’s programme.
Social Media Volunteers
Social Media volunteers have the opportunity to work with us to generate our social media content for a day.
Our mail out is a great space to listen, interact and talk about mental health. If you're passionate about tackling mental health stigma, connecting with others and want to hear more about the work we’re doing then sign up.Sign me up!