Volunteers' Week runs from 1 to 7 June. It is a chance to celebrate and say thank you for the contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK.
Volunteers' Week is usually a time to celebrate and thank all the volunteers in the UK for the support and services they provide throughout the year.
Find out more on the Volunteers' Week Scotland website and on social media using the hashtag #VolunteersWeekScot.
We have gathered together some stories from NHS Scotland Volunteer Managers who wanted to show their appreciation for some of their incredible volunteers.
Volunteers’ Week: Having a blether has made all the difference
Dedicated NHS Lothian volunteer Hazel Murray provides friendship and support to patients and carersFind out more
Volunteers' week: Sammy is a non-stop superhero in all his teams
NHS Lothian’s volunteer Sammy McKee’s care and compassion shines throughFind out more
Volunteers week: Helping can change the lives of people in need - and volunteers themselves
Elaine Penman, Royal Alexandra Hospital AHP Support Volunteer, has changed her life for the better since she began her journeyFind out more