Community Fundraising Volunteer

St John Ambulance

Help raise awareness and funds for this fantastic charity. Work independently or as part of a team for as much or as little time as you can commit. Your support however small will make a difference.

Published On: 12/03/2024
About this opportunity from St John Ambulance

The Community Fundraising team at St John Ambulance aim to engage, inspire, and collaborate with communities across England to raise awareness and funds to help save lives. There are many ways you can get involved as a Community Fundraiser from organising your own fundraising activities; to raising awareness through giving talks; or placing collection tins in your local community. Your support will help us raise the vital funds needed to make a difference. Some of the ways you can get involved as a Community Fundraiser include:

·            Organising or helping to run a variety of fundraising activities including bucket collections, social events, and activities

·            Representing and promoting St John Ambulance, in line with our values in your local community through attending cheque presentations and distributing posters and leaflets as directed by your Community Fundraising Manager.

·            Placing collection tins in your local community

·            Giving talks to local: community groups, associations & educational settings.

We do not require any specific qualifications

Activity Types

Fundraising and Finance | Supporting charities


Health and Social Care


any time you can give to supporting us would be gratefully received, there is no minimum

Find out more

For more information about St John Ambulance and this role, visit them online.

To apply for this role, visit the Volunteer Essex website to register your interest.

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