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Volunteer with us

Our volunteers are the backbone of our organisation and play a vital role in delivering the support we offer to those with multiple sclerosis.

Volunteering is a great way to get involved in the Centre.

90% of our volunteers are regulars who help to create an amazing community, but we always need new people to help at events, work at the Centre, run our Café or do collections for us.  We have a wide range of opportunities to choose from and together we can ensure you enjoy the time you donate to us.  

There are many benefits that come from volunteering, like meeting new people, developing new skills, improving confidence and having a sense of purpose.  Just a couple of hours a week of your time can really make a difference to those who need it most.

Without our dedicated team of volunteers we wouldn’t be able to run our Oxygen therapy, our café or even answer the phones!

Read what our volunteers have to say about spending their time here at the Centre.

We have lots of opportunities for you to come and join us, whatever your interests. Some of our latest roles are below.  If you would like to become a volunteer please email volunteer@chilternsmscentre.org or call Jo Kendall on 01269 696133.

Collection Champions

Collection Champions

Could you be one of our collection champions? Whether it's helping out at a local collection or asking your work, local pub or shop to take a collection tin. It all helps. Sign up as one of our champions today.

Trustee Treasurer

Trustee Treasurer

We are looking for a volunteer trustee to take over as our treasurer be to maintain an overview of the charity’s financial affairs, ensure our financial viability and that proper financial records and procedures are maintained. 

Trustees Wanted

Trustees Wanted

We are looking for volunteers to join our board of trustees and complement the skills of our existing board members, especially if you have skills, knowledge and expertise in Fundraising & Events, Communications and Facilities Management.