Community Fundraising and Events

NSPCC Friends of Brighton

Community Fundraising and Events

NSPCC Friends of Brighton

NSPCC Friends of Brighton

  • Location:
  • Closing Date:
    19 May 2024
  • Skills needed:
    Good at chatting to lots people
  • Commitment :
    Adhoc support when available

Volunteers who can offer their support for a variety of local events and initiatives. To help build a group of passionate people we can call on if we need an extra pair of hands.

Around 90% of our income comes from the public and we couldn't do what we do without them. Your role would help us raise money and awareness of our vital work in supporting communities and protecting children and young people


What does the role involve

 Helping out when you can at local fundraising and awareness raising events in support of the NSPCC. You will be representing the charity in a professional manner. Some examples include:

  • Helping in-person events run smoothly
  • Childhood Day collections
  • Acquiring prizes for events
  • Assisting with ticket sales
  • Advertising and promoting events through networks and social media

A key role will be to share news about our work in the local community and helping promote upcoming fundraising events and initiatives


What you'll get

  • A designated point of contact
  • We will support you with the right information, tools, and training
  • Be part of the NSPCC and our mission to end child cruelty
  • Meet like-minded people and enjoy new experiences
  • Access to the Volunteer Portal with training opportunities, knowledge and learning and a discount portal
  • Volunteer Newsletter


Who's right for the role

Anyone who enjoys meeting people, who does not want a regular time commitment but is able to help us build strong community relationships through “As and When” support

Being reliable and trustworthy are an integral part of this role as well as having a passion for supporting your community and helping every child and young person have the best chance regardless of their start in life.


Interested in getting involved?

Drop us an email and we can add you to our Friends of Brighton volunteers list and send out information on upcoming local events and any support we may be looking for. Just let us know if you're free to help out!


Contact Gemma Tupper gemma.tupper@nspcc.org.uk to become a Friend of the NSPCC in Brighton today!

Interested in getting involved? Volunteer today and join our fight for every childhood.  



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Volunteering in the Community Fundraising and Events team The application process

As an organisation, we are committed to creating and fostering a culture that promotes safeguarding and the welfare of all children and adults at risk. Our safer recruitment practices support this by ensuring that there is a consistent and thorough process of obtaining, collating, analysing and evaluating information from and about candidates to ensure that all persons appointed are suitable to work with our children and adults.

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