Hope for Tomorrow are looking for individuals who want to ‘go the extra mile’ and believe and support the aims of the charity.
As a Community Champion you will be representing Hope for Tomorrow at a range of occasions/community events, distributing information to local companies, schools, surgeries etc, and seeking out new marketing and fundraising avenues in the area.
You will meeting and talking to new people, groups & businesses. Public speaking will be an essential part of this role and will provide you with the opportunity to develop your skills or simply use the public speaking skills you already have.
Hope for Tomorrow will always ensure that you are fully prepared and supported when asking you to undertake anything on their behalf.
By supporting us to keep the wheels turning on our Mobile Cancer Care Units to allow patients to be treated closer to home you will have the opportunity to build experience for your CV.
- Being energetic and proactive are useful attributes.
- Willingness to talk to people about Hope for Tomorrow
- Good communication and organisational skills
- Willingness to operate as part of a team with local fundraising groups or others
What support or training will I get?
- Regular and ongoing support from Hope for Tomorrow
- Basic induction to Hope for Tomorrow and a named contact
- Data Protection policy
- DBS check required
- Equal opportunities policy
- Expenses reimbursed
Reasonable expenses will be paid, if agreed in advance.
- Health and Safety Policy
- Ongoing support
Regular and ongoing support.
- Suitable for under 18s
- Training provided
- Volunteer induction
Basic induction to Hope for Tomorrow and a named contact
- Volunteer policy
- Volunteers covered by insurance
- Written role description
When can I volunteer?
Start Date: 24/10/2018
End Date: 24/10/2020
This opportunity is available Countywide.
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