As a volunteer Fundraising Ambassador, you'll support our work by fundraising with your friends, colleagues, family and community. This is a vital role as it helps us to reach new people, inspire new fundraising activity, and thank our supporters for the work they are doing.
We'll provide ongoing support, including exciting and inspiring fundraising ideas and all the gear you need to maximise your fundraising from t-shirts, posters, balloons and other branded materials.
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 everyday to end HIV transmissions by 2030.
- Recognition of your fundraising achievements when you reach £500, £1,000, £2,000 and £5,000.
- Support and supervision from a dedicated Volunteer Manager.
- Updates on the work of the charity and the impact your fundraising is making.
- Reimbursement of expenses on agreed tasks.
- 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. We ask that all Volunteer Fundraising Ambassadors aim to raise a minimum of £500 in their first year in the role.
Location: In your local area.
Expenses: Some events that you will hold may require a bit of expenditure which you can cover with the money you raise. Any out of pocket expenses require approval and agreement in advance with your Volunteer Manager.
If you have any questions about becoming a Volunteer Fundraising Ambassador, please email Martin Harris [email protected] or call 020 7812 1887.
You can read the full role description here.
Use the form to become a volunteer fundraising ambassador now.