Our volunteers are invaluable in our mission to help #StopSepsisNow. So please give of your time, skills and enthusiasm to us to develop new treatments for sepsis. We’re always grateful for anyone who can spare a few hours of their time, even if they can’t commit to volunteering on a regular basis.
If you would like to apply to be a volunteer complete our contact form and tell us how you would like to help?
Here are some of the volunteer opportunities
Become a Sepsis Research Advocate
As an ambassador, you’ll go into local communities and talk about Sepsis Research’s work. It may sound daunting however, with our step by step induction training and support materials you will be able to give a presentation on the vital work we do, collect cheques on our behalf and say thank you to our supporters. You’ll build your own local contacts and arrange you’re own talks. So it’s a role for someone who is organised and enthusiastic about Sepsis Research.
Become a Fundraising Volunteer
Without fundraising we are unable to undertake research and awareness campaigns for sepsis. Our fundraising volunteers help the staff at events such as half marathons, coffee mornings, bucket collections and sepsis awareness events just to name a few.
We have a variety of things we need help with, from placing and collecting collection cans in your community, to cheering on our fundraising runners and eventers, to starting up a fundraising community group.
Volunteer Induction Training
As you will play a vital role it is important, we provide you with some training before you start. It’s important you feel fully prepared for your role. Volunteers must attend training prior to starting with us. The training will include:
- What is sepsis?
- History & Background to the charity
- Skills needed for your volunteer roles
- Use of Materials
- Q&A Session