Volunteer for us
We are always looking for enthusiastic people to help with our work. We have a range of volunteering opportunities for you to get involved with.
Support our fundraising
Fundraising volunteers offer vital support to our fundraising team. From cheering on fundraisers at running events to marshalling our walks or taking part in a street collection. Being a fundraising volunteer is fun and rewarding so please spare a couple of hours and join our team.
We are looking for volunteers to help at the events below. If you are interested, please call 0207 940 1769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run – Saturday 28-Sunday 29 September 2019
- Loch Ness Marathon – Sunday 6 October
- Royal Parks Half Marathon – Sunday 13 October
Share your story
We are always looking for people to share their story about their experience of bowel cancer and Bowel Cancer UK. Whether you have personal experience of bowel cancer yourself or through a family member or friend, we use personal stories in the media, on our website, on social media and in our publications. Fill out our simple online form
Campaign with us
Sign up as a campaign supporter and help us to improve early diagnosis and access to best treatment and care for everyone affected by bowel cancer across the UK. We email campaign supporters to update them on our latest campaigns and how they can take action. Sign up
Share your views
We often look for people with experience of bowel cancer to volunteer and take part in focus group discussions in order to gain insight into patients' experience of their treatment and care. To find out more email email@example.com or call 020 7940 1760.
Volunteer at our offices
If you are London, Cardiff, or Edinburgh based we often need volunteers in our offices. Let us know how you would like to get involved. To find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7940 1760.
The employees all found the volunteer's presentation very useful and engaging, particularly because he spoke from personal experience. I think we all learned a lot about the symptoms.