We are looking for volunteers from across Great Britain and Northern Ireland who are passionate about raising awareness and improving survival for pancreatic cancer to support us in our work.
Raising the profile of pancreatic cancer within your local area is a fantastic way to help and we really appreciate all the support you can give. Please see below to find out how you can get involved.
For other volunteering roles and opportunities please see: Community Representative, Fundraising and Events volunteer and Cheering and Marshalling opportunities.
What is a Awareness Volunteer?
We are looking for Awareness Volunteers to raise the profile of pancreatic cancer and the charity at fairs and events.
Some of the roles an awareness volunteer will take on:
- Holding awareness stands and occasionally giving short talks.
- Help supporters on their awareness stands
- Disseminate our bespoke information to pharmacies and GP surgeries
You can view the full role description here.
If you have any questions or want to apply for any of the volunteer roles, please email or call on 0303 040 1770 during office hours
Share your story
One of the most important things you can do to help us if you have been affected by pancreatic cancer, either as a patient or relative of a patient, is to share your story. Your story helps us to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer across the UK and can help others facing the same diagnosis.
You can tell your story to local and/or national papers and magazines or on our website to help others feel less isolated and better informed. Or you can simply speak with your friends and colleagues.
To find out more please click here.