Why volunteer for the British Liver Trust?
Volunteering can be a chance to try something new, and can be a way of gaining new skills, knowledge and experience or developing your existing skills and knowledge.
Sometimes volunteering can help with employment opportunities, as well as helping you meet new people and make new friends. It can give you the chance to get to know your local community and use your skills and knowledge to benefit others.
As well as filling spare time and making you feel rewarded, volunteering can enhance your CV and help maintain your own health and wellbeing.
- Your passion can help us make a greater impact
- Help us reach more people with vital messages about liver health
- Raise awareness of what we do and encourage more people to volunteer and join the cause!
- Meet new people and learn new skills
- Support a great cause
- Build relationships within your community
- Support others in your community
- Help shape future plans at the charity
- Provide practical help to the British Liver Trust team
If you love meeting the public and want to help our work raising awareness and improving early detection of liver disease, come along to one of our high street events when we are in your area.
Your experience can help others in similar situations; your story can be shared on our website or in the media, depending on your preference.
We need patients to be part of the development process for new and updated information on our website and our booklets.
Volunteer alongside our Outreach team at information days in the local community or in workplaces. If you are happy giving talks and presentations, and sharing your experience, this could be the role for you.
This role also includes promoting the charity locally, putting leaflets and posters in libraries and community centres.
If you are a great motivator and fundraiser we’d love to have you on board! We need volunteers to support and motivate others in their local area to raise vital funds for our work.
We work with pharmaceutical companies on Patient and Public Involvement research projects for specific liver conditions or experiences. If you are a patient and would be interested in these opportunities, get in touch today.
Fundraising – desk based
If you are great at research and on the phone we need your support to find new funding opportunities and seek grants and donations. Give us a call to find out more about this role.
Office and Admin Support
Come and join our small team in Winchester to help with essential admin tasks including sending out materials to hospitals and fundraisers and entering data on the database.