As a Volunteer Fundraising Ambassador, you'll support our work by fundraising with your friends, colleagues, family, local LGBT venues, networks and businesses. This is a vital role as it helps us to reach new people and, if you're unable to fundraise, you can still help by inspiring others.
We appreciate that work, family and friends come first, so this role offers flexibility to fit in with your lifestyle.
We'll provide ongoing support, including exciting and inspiring fundraising ideas and everything you need to get started.
The health and safety of our volunteers and supporters are always our top priority. As the situation with COVID-19 evolves, please ensure any fundraising you carryout is within current guidelines.
The type of tasks/activities you could be involved with:
- Fundraising with your friends, colleagues, family and online or offline communities/networks.
- Inspiring others to fundraise and support our work.
- To act as an ambassador for the charity and champion the work that we do every day to end HIV transmissions by 2030.
- Recognition of your fundraising achievements when you reach £500, £1,000, £2,000 and £5,000.
- Access to the Fundraising Ambassador Facebook group.
- Invites to monthly Zoom catch ups with guest speakers from Terrence Higgins Trust.
- Support and supervision from a dedicated Volunteer Manager.
- Updates on the work of the charity and the impact your fundraising is making.
- References given subject to Terrence Higgins Trust policy.
- Opportunity to develop and update skills and gain new experiences.
- Great experience for anyone hoping to start a career in the charity sector.
Commitment: Can be flexible around your personal, family and work commitments.
Location: Home or local community. All fundraising must be carried out within the most current government COVID-19 guidelines.
If you have any questions about becoming a Volunteer Fundraising Ambassador, please email Martin Harris on [email protected] or call 020 3744 2950.