You could help us raise funds, make our events a success or represent us
A public speaker volunteer has the responsibility of talking to community groups about the work of When You Wish Upon a Star and why we need them to support our worth cause.
To be able to take on this role, we ask that you have:
There are many roles within an event:
Most of all - your job will be to create a great atmosphere and help those who are taking part to enjoy themselves!
Fundraising volunteers play an important role in supporting the When You Wish Upon a Star's Fundraisers. With varied roles, there is something for everyone and your support is vital in helping us reach new supporters.
It's not just the people taking part in our events who are helping us raise much needed funds - YOU can too!
We strive to ensure that all our participants really enjoy When You Wish Upon a Star's events and feel 100% supported. Our volunteers have important roles to play in these events and are a vital part in making them a success.
To become a volunteer for When You wish Upon a Star, please call 0115 9791720 or email email@example.com
Volunteering can be a lot of fun and it's a great way of meeting new people. You will learn new skills and build up valuable experience while donating your time to a good cause. Whatever your motivation, you can be sure that your efforts will make a real contribution to the work of When You Wish Upon a Star.
We welcome people from all walks of life. Students volunteer to gain skills and work experience to help them get a job in later life, while others work full-time but wish to volunteer at evenings or weekends. Some of our volunteers have had a break from the job market and want to build up fresh experience and we also have many retired people who are looking to put their experience and some of their newfound free time to good use.
To volunteer for When You Wish Upon a Star, you must be aged 16 or over.
As much or as little as you want! When volunteering at an event in a marshal role, we ask that you are able to stay for the full duration of the event.