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Games Force Volunteer

What have Bradley Wiggins, David Weir and Mo Farah got in common? They have all previously competed in the London Youth Games (LYG) - Europe’s largest annual youth sport event. However, without volunteers this event couldn’t have happened. Why not follow in the footsteps of the awesome London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Makers and get involved in volunteering? Each year at LYG, over 136,000 young people from 33 London Boroughs are involved in competitions across over 30 different sports. GamesForce is the volunteer programme to support this.

Student Charity Ambassador


?Students Vs Blood Cancer?.

We are supporting Delete Blood Cancer UK (DBC UK) in the fight against Blood Cancer.

Why not Volunteer with DBC UK and become a Student Ambassador.

Meet friends and create a social event in University while being part of a great cause!

DBC UK are looking for Student Ambassadors within universities to recruit and lead volunteers, organise donor drives and spread the word!

Are you looking for an opportunity to save a life and make a genuine difference?

Major Gifts Volunteer


What you’d be doing

* Supporting our Major Gifts Team with administrative duties, including keeping our database up to date and writing content for letters/promotional materials and our website

* Helping at organised VIP events like our Carol Service and Fundraising Dinner, as well as our Corporate Volunteering Days

Qualities/Experience/Skills needed

* Previous fundraising experience isn’t essential

* Confident communicator, both verbally and written, with an eye for detail

Event Management Intern


The Afghanistan & Central Asian Association (ACAA) is a successful frontline Afghan charity set up in 2001 and is now providing an opportunity for someone who would like to develop their organisation, communication and liaising skills, improve their knowledge and understanding of the NGO sector and gain first-hand experience of a grassroots charity via the role of Event Management Intern.



Aspierations is an advocate group for people with Asperger Syndrome in the corporate world.

Our dedicated recruitment channel is due to be launched early Autumn and a new website is currently in development. This will help us go forward and therefore makes for a highly exciting time for an intern to join us!

Join our Community Events Team


Age UK Westminster are recruiting a large pool of dedicated volunteers to help out with our fundraising activities and community events. Volunteers will help with activities such as setting up information stands, representing us and promoting our organisation’s work at public events. This role would suit someone who wants to volunteer without the need to commit on a regular basis, but instead can help as and when they are available.

Regional Fundraising Volunteer


Do you enjoy running events and have experience of planning and promotion? Are you enthusiastic and proactive?

Use your organisational skills to help us plan and run fundraising events in your area.

This is an exciting new opportunity to be part of the charity’s fundraising team in London! We need your help with the delivery and promotion of our busy programme of fundraising events and activities around the capital, such as Walk for Parkinson’s, ladies lunch, white water rafting and others.

Volunteer School Eco-Team Coordinator


We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help deliver Green Schools Project and support the school Eco-Team in their mission to raise awareness and encourage action on environmental issues.

Opportunity: Food Events Volunteer

Action Against Hunger works at food festivals and food events throughout the year to raise funds for their lifesaving programmes around the world. We are looking for friendly and enthusiastic volunteers to help at these events, selling raffle tickets, running the Shop & Drop, spreading the word about our lifesaving work as well as helping with other fundraising activities.

Opportunity: Aston Mansfield Events Volunteer

We’re looking for people who can be the face of the charity in our communities. We encourage you to join us as an events volunteer where you’ll play a vital role in raising awareness about our work.

Opportunity: Event Administration

We are looking for volunteers to help support our Event Fundraising team, which works with supporters and fundraisers across the UK. We simply would not be able to carry out the work that we do without the income from our fundraisers.

Opportunity: Fundraising & Event Assistant

The success of any fundraising event relies on the support of our volunteers. We have fundraising events throughout the year, including stalls at summer and Christmas fairs, supermarket bag packs and collections. Events are usually at weekends but preparation takes place during the week. All our events raise vital funds to support our work.

This role is very flexible, as volunteers are not required to make any regular commitment and no further training is needed after the volunteer induction. However, if you are able to volunteer regularly, there are lots of events to get involved in and your role will be very varied, with opportunities to support the Event Organiser either in the office or at the venue.

Opportunity: Charity Fundriaser

* To raise funds and awareness through charity events.

Opportunity: Volunteer

Are you irritated by the excessive amount of litter laying around the streets of London? Do you want to do something to help whilst raising awareness on littering?​

Then this project is for you! As a Green Walker volunteer, you will be joining us to our monthly litter-picking walks. As a team, we will work together to pick up litter around UCL an afternoon every month. You will be briefed before the walks and will be provided with all necessary equipment - so don't worry if you haven't done it before! You will be working with a group of UCL students from all ages. This will be an opportunity to contribute to reduce the high levels of waste in the big city of London in a new, fun way. The walks will also give you the chance to get to know other volunteers that are interested in environmental issues! Refreshments will be provided during breaks and socials will be organised after each walk.


The main aim of the Ambassador Programme is to represent and promote Noah’s Ark at various community events in Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. Your help would really make a difference in helping us raise awareness and funds. It is hoped that volunteers can commit to supporting in this role for a minimum of 12 months, but this can be flexible.

We hope to provide you with the opportunity to build connections with the local community, to develop public speaking skills and to organise effective presentations to deliver to an audience.

Front of House Volunteer


Are you up for being involved in London’s most exciting new arts venue?

Shoreditch Town Hall is looking for volunteers to get involved in a range of activities. Whether it be as an usher in our current season of artistic work, serving tea and coffee at events or distributing leaflets, your interests and skills are incredibly important to us.

Events/Fundraising Volunteer


Mayhew is one of the most effective animal welfare organisations in London, helping thousands of dogs and cats to escape a life of abandonment, cruelty and neglect each year. Our vision is a society where animals are treated and cared for with respect.

Mayhew relies on over 1,000 hours of volunteer time per month. From dog walking and cat socialising to administration and adoption home checks, our volunteers are essential to everything we do.

Family Activities Volunteer

Noah’s Ark provides regular Family Activities including Family Days, Parent Groups, Siblings Groups and Noah’s Ark Children’s Groups. These activities are designed to provide fun and free days out, allowing children and families the opportunity to meet others in similar situations and to take part in new activities in an accessible environment.

Becoming a Family Activities Volunteer is a serious commitment but it provides a rewarding opportunity to directly support children with life-limiting or life threatening conditions and their families.

Events Organiser

Motor neurone disease (MND) is a progressive disease that attacks the motor neurones, or nerves, in the brain and spinal cord. This means messages gradually stop reaching muscles, which leads to weakness and wasting. We have volunteers that carry out a range of different activities and we are currently looking for volunteers to plan and organise their own awareness raising and fundraising events. If you want to develop your project management skills, have good organisational skills and like meeting people then volunteering as an Events Organiser could be for you.

Mental Health service user/ carer representative


Would you like to shape mental health services in London?

The Advocacy Project is looking for passionate people with lived experience of mental health difficulties to take part in exciting engagement activities that will help influence London mental health services.

Service users/ carers will work alongside NHS professionals to feed into six areas of work that make up the Adult Mental Health Transformation Programme.

This is a flexible opportunity with a range of roles:

- Sharing your views

- Attending events

Fundraising Volunteer

The National Brain Appeal (RCN 290173) raises funds for The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the Institute of Neurology. We want to improve the outcome and quality of life for everyone with a neurological disorder by funding pioneering research, providing access to the latest technology for expert diagnosis and training tomorrow’s leading clinicians. Our volunteers help to make this possible.

Opportunity: Activities Facilitator

The aim of the activity programmes is to encourage older people in the community, who may be affected by loneliness, social isolation and changing physical and/or mental health, to connect with others and to remain socially active, healthy, independent and thus build a better life for themselves. We’re really keen for energetic UCL students to help run activities for our beneficiaries.