The Brain Tumour Charity - Multiple roles
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The Brain Tumour Charity is a UK-based charity dedicated to funding research, raising awareness of brain tumours, reducing diagnosis times and providing support and information for people with a brain tumour, their family and friends. Committed to saving and improving lives, we're moving further and faster to help every single person affected by a brain tumour.
We're set on finding new treatments, offering the highest level of support and driving urgent change. And we're doing it right now. Because we understand that when you, or someone you love, is diagnosed with a brain tumour - a cure really can't wait.
Details of the Volunteering Opportunity:
Our series of 10K autumn walks are back. As more members of our community come together each year, this inspiring event is getting bigger and better. And we need your help to make sure each walk is a successful and special day for everyone as, together, we take strides to defeat brain tumours.
We need a team of enthusiastic volunteers to help welcome our walkers, keep them on route and cheer them on. With your hekp, this will be an event to remember. There are several roles avaialble and we will always try to allocate roles based on your preferences, but please note that some roles have limited space.
Route Marshal: Cheering on, supporting and motivatinf our walkers throughout the 10km and ensuring our walkers are safe and looked after during the event.
Greet and Cheer Volunteer: Helping to manage the car park, welcoming our walkers to the Twilight Walk, directing them to the start and handing out water to walkers (limited spaces)
Merchandise Volunteer: Helping us sell a range of items at the event, from t-shirts and hoodies to Christmas cards and teddy bears. All the profits go straight towards our charitable goals (limited spaces)
Walker Registration Volunteer: Welcoming participants to The Twilight Walk, signing them in when they arrive and giving walkers their medals at the end (limited spaces)
- Listening skills
- Talking to others
- Hours volunteered will be recorded on your HEAR – which goes on your permanent university record
- All hours contribute towards your Brunel Volunteers Award, which leads to an invitation to the Brunel Volunteers Awards Ceremony.