Get your community group involved


How your church can support Quarriers

Our founder William Quarrier was a notable Christian. Today, we continue to uphold the values he had by working closely with churches and religious organisations across Scotland. Your support can help to provide much-needed funds and allow us to continue improving the lives of thousands of people.

Ways to help

  • Christmas service collections
  • Lent appeals
  • Retiring collections
  • Easter services
  • Harvest thanksgiving festival collections
  • Regular jumble sales, coffee mornings or car boot sales.

Perhaps members of your organisation would like to take part in one of our existing events. We also have plenty of volunteering opportunities.

Contact us on 01505 616054 or by email


If you are a member of a club such as

  • rotary club
  • women’s institute
  • girls brigade/brownies
  • Scouts
  • society for retired professionals

or any other club or society, we would love to hear from you!

Our Fundraising team would like to talk to you about getting you involved with our fundraising and volunteer opportunities.

Contact us on 01505 616054 or by email


Teachers who are looking to include William Quarrier in their lesson plan can request a Quarriers School Pack. We can come to your school and talk to your pupils in assembly about William Quarrier and the work we do.

If you have your own ideas of how to support our charity, please let us know.

Contact us on 01505 616054 or by email

Universities and Colleges

There are lots of ways you can get your University or College involved with Quarriers.

Here are just a few.

Open Mic Night

Why not have an open mic night in your union or local pub? The night could feature acts like poetry, music and comedy.

Other ideas

If you would like to get sponsored for a crazy challenge, organise an event or take part in a street or indoor collection, please contact us to discuss your ideas and get some more information. Check out our fundraising toolkit for some ideas to get you started.

We can also deliver talks to give you more information about our work and how your support will help.

Contact us on 01505 616054 or by email