Volunteers play a key role with the Maggie Law Maritime Museum - and we really appreciate their dedication and support!
There are several different ways to volunteer with us. Whether you just want to help, you are looking for a fantastic way to spend your retirement, or you would like to gain experience working, we would like to hear from you.
Why Becoming a Volunteer
The obvious reasons are of course to learn new skills and to learn a bit about the local history. But it is also a great way to brush up on your social skills, or to make new friends. It keeps your mind active and you can get a lot of enjoyment out of helping. And often volunteering leads to finding a good job.
Volunteer at the Museum
We are always looking for people who are willing to do a shift or two a month (or more!) guiding people around and looking after the museum. Full support and training will be given.
Volunteer at Events & Fundraising Projects
We rely on donations to continue our vital work and we are always looking for volunteers to help out during our events. Volunteers often man the stalls, recruit fellow volunteers, or participate in fundraising projects. A perfect way to gain some work experience, boost your social skills, or pass the time of day.
Who Can Be a Volunteer
Anyone from 18 years and older. You don’t need any special skills, just the motivation to help out and willing to learn a little about the local history. We will give you full support and all the training you need.
Getting in Touch
If you are interested in volunteering at our museum and/or events, or just want to find out more information, please e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or drop by the museum at William Street, Gourdon, Aberdeenshire, DD10 0LW during opening hours.
Spread the Word
Know of others who would like to be a volunteer? Either refer them to this page on the Maggie Law Maritime Museum Website, or download the MMLM Volunteers poster here.