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Volunteer/membership

Getting involved in community volunteering is easy at Queens Cross. We have a wide choice of volunteering roles and you can choose the one that suits you best.

You can get involved in improving your community and local neighbourhood, join a gardening club, help out at a lunch club for older people or help us make our services better.

Get in touch on 0808 143 2002 or contactus@qcha.org.uk to register your interest, and find out how you can volunteer in your community.

Being a young Board Member at Queens Cross

Board Member and local resident Bronwyn Wyper shares her story of being a young person on the Board at Queens Cross Housing Association. .

Queens Cross volunteers

How you can get involved

Anne Ramsey

Become a Board Member

Joining a Board may feel like a big challenge. But each of our current Board members felt like that at the start. We provide the training and support you’ll need to help us make the right decisions for our neighbourhoods and communities.

Community Involvement Groups and Board members

Become a CIG member

We're looking for people from all walks of life. You don’t need special skills or training, all that is provided, just some spare time and a willingness to get involved.

Community volunteering

Join our Residents Task Force

The RTF has around ten dedicated members who volunteer their time to scrutinise what we do, from tenant led estate inspections to reviewing policies and services like our repairs and maintenance.

As an Association member you can attend the Annual General Meeting

Become an Association Member for £1

Becoming an Association member is easy and costs only £1. Association members are invited to the Annual General Meeting and can vote or stand for election to our Board or CIG. Being a QC member is a good way to get to know your neighbours and find out what’s happening with services.

Volunteering & Membership

For more information on any of our volunteering opportunities or becoming an Association member, contact Governance Officer, Adele Drennan

0141 589 7443