Our Charity Ambassadors come from all walks of life and are a vital part of our team.  They help to be a voice for local children and young people by talking in our community about how grief affects children, what you can do and what we can do, if additional support is needed.  

woman speaking in publicWe are looking for friendly and passionate volunteers to help us raise awareness of the charity in Nottinghamshire and/or Lincolnshire and to help us raise vital funds to help make a difference for local children who have been bereaved.  The role involves representing us at a broad range of community events, as well as speaking on our behalf. The opportunity can involve anything from a few hours each month (or whatever you can spare).  It is a flexible role so can fit around your free time and personal commitments. 


What does the role involve?

  • Children’s grief is not widely known or understood – you could be a voice for children who have been bereaved to increase understanding and awareness within schools and community groups, as well as talking about the difference our charity makes and why it is so important.
  • Willingness to represent the charity at a variety of events including fundraising events, cheque presentations etc.
  • Enjoyment of public speaking and willingness to learn about the charity.
  • Proactive approach to source potential speaking opportunities.
  • Liaising with our Fundraising Coordinator to co-ordinate actives and obtain updates on service delivery.
  • Keeping a written log of talks delivered and events attended to ensure all hosts are thanked appropriately.
  • Being our local eyes and ears for potential further fundraising.

If you'd like to find out more, then please contact Rachel on 01636 551739 or by e-mail