Skip to the main content

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.


Events Volunteer

Organisation: 

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: Speaker Scheme Volunteer

Speaker scheme volunteers give talks and presentations on behalf of Diabetes UK to groups in their local communities in London to raise awareness of diabetes and the work of Diabetes UK.


Opportunity: Changemaker Volunteer

The beauty of this role is that you can make it whatever you want it to be. From a sponsored run that just adds some oomph to your current training regime to organising the fabulous night out of your dreams with a team and gaining loads of skills (and kudos) to spending a rainy weekend baking in front of a good film and then selling those cakes - we can help you to plan your fundraising event, train you and help you to see how to sell your achievements to future employers.


Mayhew Ambassador Volunteer

Organisation: 

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: Events Volunteer

Events volunteers help raise awareness of diabetes and Diabetes UK at events around London.


Community Events

Just a few hours of your time and a smile is all it takes support St Mark’s Hospital Foundation in aid of researching cures for Bowel Diseases. We are looking for energetic volunteers who have a couple of hours per month to support our community events in the north west London area.

Events this year include a Young Professionals Evening, Breakfast Run, Bowel Awareness Day, Hint Hunt, London Triathalon, VIP Gala Night - all in support of St Mark’s Hospital Foundation.

Register your interest today - improve your CV or change a life today!

Programme Lead

Organisation: 

Are you able to start a conversation regardless of age and background?

Are you the glue of your group?

Do you have a sense of humour?

Can you laugh at yourself?

More importantly can you make others laugh?

Are you good at arranging parties and events?

Are you organised?

If you’ve answered yes, then Newlon Fusions Barnsbury Community Centres Programme Lead will suit you.

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.

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.