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Our pantastic team

Charities rely heavily on volunteers, and we’re no different. We have a number of pantastic people who play a really important part in running Smalls, and we’re so grateful to them all for giving up their time to do this. Read more about our team of volunteers below.

Social media team

Nicki, Katy, Fiona, Shirley and Lynn support Smalls by keeping us connected through Facebook and Twitter. Why not follow us?


Talking team

Julie, Bobbie and Pam are happy to come out and talk Smalls to groups within reach of our base in Scotland. If you’re interested in someone coming along to your school, group, church, etc., please email maria@smallsforall.org. We’d love to hear from you.

Lottery team

The funds generated by the Smalls lottery are crucial in supporting our work.  Mark plays a key role in making sure this process runs smoothly every month.


HR adviser

Kathleen is working with us to help with our people related matters. She has worked in HR for 20+ years in a number of different sectors and across a range of companies. She currently lives in Edinburgh and the majority of her free time is split between family and travel.


Sorters team

We have a terrific team of people who come along to help sort through your generous donations of underwear. They open, sort, size and bag the underwear, getting it ready for its journey. This picture of the team shows (from left to right below) Heather, Shelagh, Margaret, [Maria], Ruth, Fiona, Janette, Mary, Jaci and Ann. They like to be busy, so please keep those parcels coming!

And if anyone would  like to join our team, you’re more than welcome – please let us know!

Everyone else

We have many others who help us from time to time. The contribution of all our volunteers makes such a difference to the smooth running of Smalls and the amount of help we’re able to give. I really can’t thank them enough.

If you’d like to volunteer, please contact us at maria@smallsforall.org

For more information on how you can support Smalls, wherever you are, please see our Get Involved page.

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