Take a look at the volunteering opportunities currently available for supporting our work. Find all the information you need to apply.
Office and Administration Supporter
As an Office and Administration Supporter, you will undertake general office duties. These could include answering the telephone, taking messages, filing, typing and helping to organise the office so it runs efficiently. You may also be required to produce and preparing mailings, information packs and resources for services, schedule events or meetings and input data and perform other computer-based administrative tasks.
Life After Stroke Grants Volunteer
As an LAS Grants Volunteer, you will support people on a one-to-one basis through our grant application process. This position involves obtaining paperwork, meeting with stroke survivors at their home or public place to complete an application form, collating medical and financial information, liaising and reporting back to staff in order to provide updates on new and ongoing applications.
As a Project Lead, you will use your professional skills and experience to support staff by taking the lead on a particular agreed project or piece of work. You will design, design, develop, troubleshoot and implement a specified project or piece of work and supervise other volunteers who are assisting on a project.
Volunteering Support Officer
As a Volunteering Support Officer, you will assist our regional staff in coordinating and supporting volunteers in a service, group or geographical area. You could be helping to recruit volunteers, promoting new opportunities, handling volunteer enquiries and helping to process volunteer applications.
Policy and Influencing Reference Group Supporter
As a Policy and Influencing Reference Group Supporter, you will help us shape the campaigns we are involved in, ensuring that we reflect the concerns and priorities of stroke survivors and their families.