Fundraising in your community

Volunteer to organise local fundraising. Every pound you raise will help us protect more children and prevent abuse.

Find a role near you
Find a role near you

Volunteer to help organise fundraising in your local community. You'll play a vital role in bringing people together to fight for every childhood.

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What you'll do

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Around 90 per cent of our income comes from our supporters and we couldn’t continue doing what we do without them. Our community fundraisers play a really important part in rallying people together to raise vital funds which help to protect children and prevent abuse.

 

 

As a community fundraising volunteer you'll assist at fundraising events throughout the year, whenever you can, and engage the public and local organisations to promote a positive image of the NSPCC.

As a fundraising group member you'll play a really important part in rallying people in your community together to raise vital funds which help to protect children and prevent abuse.

You’ll support your fundraising group leader and other group members by helping to organise fundraising events and activities or thinking up new ways to get people fundraising.

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Meet our volunteers

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Norma, fundraising volunteer: "I've met so many caring and dedicated people."

How you'll help

Every pound you raise will help us protect more children and prevent abuse. You can play a vital role in raising awareness of the NSPCC in your local area and bringing people together to fight for every childhood.

£4 could answer a child's call to Childline.

What you'll get out of it

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As a community fundraiser you'll get the opportunity to:

  • spend time with like-minded people and make new friends
  • develop skills in leadership, event planning, marketing, social media, networking and business engagement
  • raise money to help us protect children and prevent abuse in your local community and across the UK.

Key details

Role title

Community fundraiser, Fundraising group member

Activity type

Fundraising

Location

Available nationwide

Commitment

Flexible (at least 2-3 hours a month)

Availability

Flexible

 

Interested? Find a role near you

Not right for you?

There are so many ways to get involved and help children, and we’d love to have you on our team.

Whether you can spare an hour or two, or want to get involved more often, whatever time you can give is invaluable.

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Support

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We’ll support you with advice, skills and tools to help you fundraise and spread the word about the NSPCC.

You’ll learn about how you’re helping to protect children in your local area and across the UK.

Who's right for the role?

While we think these community fundraising roles are suitable for a whole range of people, we are particularly looking for those with the following qualities and experience:

  • passionate about helping young people and children
  • enthusiastic and personable
  • strong organisational skills
  • able to think on your feet
  • you work well within a team
  • great communication and social skills.

Not right for you?

There are so many ways to get involved and help children, and we’d love to have you on our team.

Whether you can spare an hour or two, or want to get involved more often, whatever time you can give is invaluable.

See other roles

Still have questions?

Speak to our team for more information on our volunteer roles.

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Call: 0121 227 7577

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Email: volunteerrecruitment@nspcc.org.uk