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Opportunity: King's Cross Station Christmas Collection

We would like to invite you to come along and collect at Kings’ Cross Station on Monday 9 December for Solving Kids’ Cancer! You will be working alongside other fantastic volunteers and Solving Kids’ Cancer staff. It is a really fun, heart-warming way to help us raise vital funds for children with cancer this Christmas.

All volunteers will receive a free branded Solving Kids’ Cancer t-shirt, the opportunity to make new friends and meet like-minded people, the chance to build self confidence and a santa hat to wear on the day (if they would like one!)

It’s so easy to get involved and Solving Kids’ Cancer will be on hand to support you every step of the way.

Opportunity: Christmas Station Collection - Carol Singers

Help raise funds and awareness for Target Ovarian Cancer! We are currently looking for volunteers to join us as carol singers at our Christmas collection.

Just two hours of your time could raise enough to pay for half a day of medical research into new treatments for ovarian cancer. So, if you want to make a difference this Christmas, get in touch and join Team Target!

Opportunity: MoonWalk

Event Volunteer Superstars Needed!

Are you a dedicated and organised person, passionate about helping others? Join our night-time party and 2,000 other volunteers at The MoonWalk London on Saturday 16th May 2020 from Clapham Common! Get down and boogie with 15,000 woman and men walking an overnight marathon in decorated bras, raising millions for breast cancer!

We recruit thousands of volunteers to make The MoonWalk a safe and enjoyable event; looking after our walkers at busy crossings, keeping them hydrated and above all giving the encouragement they need to complete their epic challenge.

You could spend your Saturday evening in MoonWalk City, Clapham by joining one of 24 different teams, from around 5pm through to midnight – from litter picking to selling merchandise, registering baggage to handing out volunteer uniforms!

The night time is where the challenge really gets going for our amazing walkers. If you like the nightlife, marshalling or giving out water whilst surrounded by London’s famous landmarks could be for you! Start times vary between 8pm and Midnight, depending on your role, and last on average 8 hours. We can also offer site based roles at MoonWalk City throughout the night. Early finishes can be requested.

Finally, the early morning team take the helm on Sunday 17th May, starting between 5 - 6am until midday. Watching the sunrise against a London skyline is quite a sight to see! This truly is the most testing time for our walkers…whether you join the route or MoonWalk City teams…your kind and motivating words could be all that is needed to get someone across that finish line!

On the night you will be provided with training, a t-shirt, cap and free light refreshments. All roles will develop teamwork and confidence, no matter what you do on the night…so why not bring your friends and family along to share this unique experience!

So what are you waiting for?! Join us for a truly remarkable experience and helps us give breast cancer the push! Please contact us for a chat if you are unsure of what you would like to do. We guarantee you won’t forget the night you volunteered at The MoonWalk London 2020!

Cycling Seigneur


Would you like an opportunity to work with cyclists as a racing Soigneur, and work alongside sports therapy/physiotherapy and sports science students in a cycling team? Then this is the opportunity for you!

Fundraising Volunteer

Could you use your flair and self-motivation and help a health charity raise funds for Africa Health Organisation (AHO) in your local community?

Africa Health Organisation (AHO) is an international health agency providing health and social care in Africa. Its main activities are disease prevention, treatment and medical research.

AHO is looking for dedicated volunteers to raise funds using different methods and sources such as from major donors, the rich list, companies and social media.

Opportunity: Events Volunteer

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

Opportunity: Multimedia Volunteer

We*re the MS Society * a community of people living with MS, scientists, campaigners, listeners, organisers, ambassadors and fundraisers. Our volunteers are a key part of achieving our goals and their support is vital.

Our communication and campaigns roles mobilises, engage and coordinate activities to raise our profile and influence changes that benefit the MS community. We are looking for a multimedia volunteer to join this team!

Opportunity: Befriending Volunteer

Trinity’s Volunteer Befriending Service provides vital support to patients with progressive, life-limiting illnesses or those who are elderly and frail living in our central and south west London community. The role provides valuable and much needed support for patients and an opportunity for carers and families to take a break from caring responsibilities.
This role is flexible and the support you offer will vary according to the needs of the patient and their family and carers.
Volunteers are not expected to provide personal care, counselling or advice, or cooking and cleaning.
Please note our patients normally request visits between the hours of 10am & 5pm (Mon-Fri) however we do have some requests for weekend visits.
Trinity provides a comprehensive training programme and ongoing support and supervision to provide you with the skills and confidence to carry out this role effectively.

Opportunity: Social Media Assistant

To help us run our social media accounts i.e. Twitter and Facebook

Collection Tin Coordinator


As a charity, the Stroke Association? s work relies heavily on the generosity of our supporters and volunteers in order to raise funds and talk about the great services we provide to the community. By placing collection tins in the local area you increasing awareness the charity whilst raising much needed funds for the work that we do. This is a great opportunity to add some community engagement to your CV by volunteering a few hours a month throughout the year.

Day-Centre Volunteer


The Holy Cross Centre Trusts (HCCT) is an independent, secular organisation founded in 1988. We work with marginalised and vulnerable adults across London, and we pride ourselves in doing things differently.

We are looking for general volunteers to work at a Mental Health Wellbeing centre in Swiss Cottage where people who suffer from mental health issues attend.

The role is to provide emotional and practical support to clients, as well as to support the logistics through cooking, cleaning and offering administrative support if required.

Outcomes Support Role


Do you like working with people? Are you training as a therapist? Are you able to engage and develop a rapport with people with communication disability? Ae you a good listener, careful and meticulous?

If so, I should be delighted to hear from you.

Come and meet our peer led groups within the Blackfriars area of London. It is a great opportunity to meet people with acquired communication disability, to learn about the impact of disability, and what can help

Volunteer Assistant Youth Worker


Are you passionate about supporting and inspiring young people? Do you have a particular skill or life experience that could be used to organise fun activities that could help young people to learn and develop new skills set?

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.


Do you find people fascinating? Do you like hearing people’s stories and having a good chat? We are looking for people to befriend older people in Islington or people who have survived a stroke.

It’s a great opportunity to improve your communication skills and learn more about other people’s histories. If you are interested in a career in social work or caring services this is also a great opportunity to learn more practical skills.

Kings College Hospital Motor Neurone Disease Clinic Volunteer

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 need a volunteer to support, provide a warm welcome and provide information to patients visiting the MND Clinic at Kings College Hospital.

Gender Equality Policy and Strategy Volunteer

Could you help an international health charity produce policies for girls and women by helping the President/CEO to write the Strategies and Plans that will guide its direction and have positive impact for the health of girls and women in Africa for the next ten years?

Africa Health Organisation (AHO) is an international health agency providing health and social care in Africa. Its main activities are disease prevention, treatment and medical research.

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: Befriender/Champion

We are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders for two of our Services.

Friendship Network: our network of befrienders visit older isolated people in North Islington for a chat and some company.

Stroke Project: our befrienders (Stroke Champions) specifically visit people who have suffered a stroke, to alleviate their isolation and help them with practical issues. They can also attend our Stroke Club on a Friday morning.

Opportunity: Sports Therapist

The aim is to be a part of the MDT that facilitates the Sports injuries clinic at New River Sports Centre. New River is a multipurpose centre that facilitates, football, rugby, tennis, athletics and boxing teams.

We are currently looking a medical student to work alongside Sports Therapy and Sports Science Students to attend and support the Weekly drop in Clinic,

There will also be an opportunity to provide first aid pitchside cover for Woodford Town FC in the Essex Senior League.

Opportunity: Day Centre Volunteer

To support the clinical staff team in providing high quality care for patients accessing the Day Centre at St John’s Hospice.

Opportunity: Volunteer Assistant Youth Worker

Our Youth Hubs are the space where young people can develop their core personal, social, emotional, and educational capabilities, develop their own agency, voice and influence. We offer a range of positive engagement activities and youth clubs for young people aged 8-12 and 13-19 years old during term time; and summer scheme activities during school holidays. Some of the activities include cooking, gardening, drama, music, ICT, sports etc. Our two main centres, Forest Road and The Edge, offer chill out areas with kitchens, TV, pool and tennis tables, video and board games, ICT suites, multi-use activity rooms, meeting rooms and consultation rooms for drop-in sessions, sports hall and a recording studio. They are the home to a number of youth led social action projects, the Hackney Youth Parliament, North & South Forum, Hackney Get Heard and the Hackney Youth Opportunity Fund.

Speaker Scheme Volunteer


Diabetes is one of the biggest health problems facing not just the UK, but the world. We need your help to prevent some of these shocking facts:

3 people die from diabetes- related complications such as heart attacks, strokes and kidney failure every hour. That’s more deaths from diabetes than breast and prostate cancer combined.