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Opportunity: Quiz Night Fundraiser

We are looking for one-off events volunteers to help with our annual Quiz Night fundraiser on Friday 13 of March.

Our quiz is this year raising money for our Male Carers Project. The money raised will help fund well-being activities and support meetings for local male carers, who often go under the radar but so often are still in need of support and respite from their caring responsibilities.

Our annual Quiz Night is great fun, dinner will be served and free for volunteers, you can gain hands on experience of what a charity fundraising event is all about, and you can help contribute to a worthy cause.

We need volunteers to help before, during and after the event any time you can contribute between about 16:00 and 23:00 would be great.

You are also welcome to volunteer with a friend, please just email before to register your interest.

The event will be at St. Luke’s Church, Hillmarton Rd, Holloway, London N7 9JE.

Opportunity: London Landmarks Half Marathon cheer point volunteers

You’ll be part of our cheering squad at the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday 29th March! Mencap have lots of runners raising money for Mencap’s work supporting people with a learning disability. As part of our cheer squad, you’ll give them that extra support to cross the finish line. It’s an electric atmosphere where huge crowds gather to support thousands of people running through the streets of London.

Opportunity: Diabetes UK Fundraising Events Volunteer - London Landmarks Half Marathon

We need your help! Come and join Diabetes UK for our first London-based event of the year: the quirky, vibrant and exciting London Landmarks Half Marathon. This year, we’ve got 229 runners supporting the charity, and we need your loudest voices and biggest smiles to cheer them to the finishing line.

When? Sunday, 29 March between 10:00 and 14:00

Where? There are two options:

- Mile 5.5 (Chancery Lane/Carew Street) Situated right outside the Knights Templar pub, we’ll have a brass band grooving away to keep those runners moving.
- Mile 11 (Upper Thames Street) – With two miles left, this is where the runners really need us to shout their name, wave our bang sticks and to motivate them over the final hurdle

You’ll be provided with a Diabetes UK T-shirt, bang bang sticks, crazy hair and refreshments.

And to celebrate all the pioneering research that Diabetes UK support, we’ll be dressing up at our Mile 11 cheer point as scientists. Think lab coats, stethoscopes, crazy hair and glasses! Borrow some fancy dress items, bring your own or just morally support those who dress up in costume.

Bring a friend, make a day of it and enjoy one of London’s greatest running events up close and personal!

Opportunity: London Marathon 2020 Cheer Team

On Sunday 26 April hundreds of CLIC Sargent runners will be taking on the infamous London Marathon in it’s amazing 40th anniversary year and all to raise money for young lives against cancer.

All of our cheer team volunteers are vital to showing support and encouragement to our brave runners and helping them to get around the course. Help us to make 2020’s team bigger and better by giving your time!

Our runners always say how knowing that people in the crowd are there with them and why running for CLIC Sargent means so much to them is unbeatable and unforgettable - that’s why we need you!

Opportunity: London Marathon Cheer Squad Volunteers

Be part of one of the UK’s biggest sporting events and join Mencap, the Official Charity Partner for 2020, at the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday April 26.

Mencap will have nearly 600 runners fundraising over £2000 each to change the lives of people with a learning disability, with this year’s fundraising going towards our All Move project, bringing together children with and without learning disabilities through sport.

We want to get as many people as possible to support those with a learning disability and be a part of our ‘movement for change’, showcasing how amazing people with learning disability are and raising awareness on this huge world stage. We have 15 runners who have a learning disability taking on the colossal task of running 26.2 mile and it is very important that we give them the support they need to get over the finish line!

It’s an electric atmosphere where huge crowds gather to support the 40,000 people running through the streets of London, and we need you to join us at one of our cheer points to support them.

Opportunity: London Marathon Cheering Squad

We’re looking for cheerful and enthusiastic volunteers to come and support our amazing runners doing the London Marathon. You will be working alongside members of the Breast Cancer Haven team and other volunteers, cheering on the runners and creating a positive atmosphere for everyone taking part. We will set up a cheer station on Jamaica Road round the corner from Bermondsey station, and will spend the day watching all the action from the front row. Timings are flexible and whatever time you can give is greatly appreciated.

Opportunity: Virgin London Marathon 2020

We require volunteers to cheer on our team of over 140 runners in the Virgin London Marathon 2020.
We will have designated cheering points along the route at Miles 21 (Shadwell Highway) and Mile 25 (Westminster, in front of Big Ben). Volunteers will need to stand at either of these points for the recommended time advertised to cheer our runners as they come past. We will provide t-shirts and cheering materials

Opportunity: London Legal Walk Event Marshal

As a marshal you will help us prepare the day, set up the street party and registration desks, and/or later be positioned along the route where it will be your role to direct walkers and offer support and encouragement as they go past. Afterwards you are invited to join in the fun at the street party on Carey Street.

Opportunity: Community Fundraising Volunteer

The volunteer will assist with the organisation’s community fundraising and communications operations. Researching, developing and promoting events and activities to existing and new supporters will allow the volunteer to use and develop their verbal and written communication skills and confidence, gain and understanding of how a small international NGO operates, and to ultimately build the income and increase the impact of the charity.

Opportunity: Charity Ambassador

Fundraising and awareness building

Opportunity: Volunteer

To assist us in publicising classes, events and fundraising at our community centre. We are raising money to renovate our halls

Opportunity: Fundraising Communications and Media Volunteer

Church Urban Fund is looking for an enthusiastic Fundraising Communications and Media Assistant, based at the London Head Office. We are seeking a talented and passionate individual who wants to build on their communications and marketing experience. The role will be assisting the Fundraising team with all comms-based support, including social media, newsletters, photography and website support.

Opportunity: Mayhew Ambassador Volunteer

The Mayhew is seeking enthusiastic, responsible and confident Volunteer Ambassadors to assist in raising awareness and vital funds.
Community Ambassadors will play a key role in helping The Mayhew to meet its strategic objective of increasing awareness and understanding of its work within the community.

Opportunity: Charity Fundriaser

* To raise funds and awareness through charity events.

Opportunity: Fundraising Grant Application Writer

To support us in our funding application processes to be able to pay running costs of the organisation and volunteer expenses to continue delivering our services free of charge to the community.

Opportunity: Ambassador

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.

Opportunity: Fundraising and Communications Volunteer

We are looking for an enthusiastic student or who is passionate about our work and wants hands-on experience working in a fundraising team.

As a volunteer for Theodora Children’s Charity we offer you the chance to get involved in all elements of our fundraising by researching and sourcing potential funders, writing applications for support and offering general administration support.

Previous volunteers have had the chance to write applications to Trusts (raising funds of up to £5,000), supported the charity with events (including a drinks reception at the House of Lords) and have produced content for our website and newsletters.

In return we can help you get your dream job in sector by giving advice on writing CVs and cover letters and help you prepare for job interviews through coaching and trial questions. Our past three volunteers have all left us to start full time roles within the charity sector. Here is what they said about their time with us:

‘It’s safe to say the one day I spent each week volunteering for Theodora Children’s Charity was my favourite day of the week.’

‘When I first began volunteering at Theodora Children’s Charity I thought I would simply receive some valuable experience, yet the skills I’ve learnt and developed here are truly invaluable, in addition to the tremendous sense of purpose I’ve found in working here; it’s nice being around people that make an effort to create smiles on young faces across the UK who are suffering from illness or disability.’

Opportunity: Charity Intern

By volunteering as an intern for Aspierations, you will engage with all areas of work and help us move forward.

Opportunity: Events Volunteer

The Mayhew is seeking an enthusiastic, responsible and target-driven Events Volunteer to assist with any events The Mayhew holds or attends. The purpose of which, is to raise awareness and funds through talking to members of the public and selling of Mayhew stock.

Opportunity: Fundraising Administration Volunteer

We need an enthusiastic volunteer to assist with a variety of interesting administrative tasks and project support to assist the efforts of our Community Fundraising Team. You will help us to raise the funds we need to support our Hospice. The role will give you invaluable hands-on experience of fundraising for a charity.

Opportunity: Fundraising, Outreach and Events Volunteers

Join a dynamic and multi-skilled team to help increase the funds for ELOP and support more LGBT young people, adults, families and older people in need at a time it’s most needed.

Opportunity: Events Support

We’re the only charity providing free, confidential support for children and adults thinking about leaving home, or are already missing, and their families left behind. As a small charity, we urgently need support to raise funds and awareness so we can continue providing a lifeline to anyone who needs us. Your contribution would be so valuable to this.

Opportunity: Event Day 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.

We are a very small and busy team and the principle focus of this volunteer role will be supporting the fundraising team at some of the events we organise throughout the year as well as supporting fundraisers who organise their own fundraising events. This might include our Christmas carol concert, A Letter in Mind exhibition, music concerts, lectures as well as our challenge and sporting events such as the our annual Pyjama Party and Santa Run.

This role requires a few hours of your time on the day of the event, enthusiasm, punctuality and a smile.

Opportunity: Trusts and Foundations Volunteer

The volunteer will assist with each stage of fundraising from grant-making bodies, helping to develop the organisation’s systems and processes, bids and applications and ultimately helping to increase the charity’s income from trusts and institutions.