Volunteering is good for you. Did you know that there are enormous benefits to you, your family and your community? It can help you to meet new people, connect with your community, learn new skills, and even advance your career. Research shows that giving to others can also benefit your mental and physical health.
Volunteers are vital to helping us as we support families to rebuild their lives. We would love to have you as part of our friendly team of enthusiastic volunteers. There are two ways to start your volunteering journey, either by applying for a specific opportunity or by registering with us.
Search our volunteer job board for opportunities
If you haven't seen an opportunity for you yet on our volunteer job board, but you'd still like to volunteer to support us, please register with us.
By registering to volunteer, you will receive Volunteer Spotlight, our monthly email with everything you need to know about volunteering, including new opportunities. Our team may also contact you directly if an opportunity arises they think you’d like. Please fill out the form below to get started. Thank you for your interest in joining our friendly team.
Register your interest in volunteering
We have a range of upcoming festivals and events for which we are seeking friendly, confident and approachable people to volunteer their support.
Volunteers work for timed shifts and perform a variety of jobs in aid of Child Bereavement UK. In return our volunteers are able to enjoy the rest of the event for free!
Find out more about festival volunteering
Not sure how to support Child Bereavement UK in the time you have available? Find out more and get some inspiration here.
Meet some of our amazing volunteers and find out how their work has helped us in supporting bereaved families, parents and children across the UK.
How volunteering helps me remember my daughter Jessica, who died when she was 21 months old.
Steve volunteers regularly for Child Bereavement UK by helping out at festivals across the country.
Volunteer Bethany helped Child Bereavement UK develop a remembrance pack for families looking for ways to remember someone special