Do you want to make a difference and help save lives in Wales?
If the answer is yes then come and volunteer for us!
We’re looking for enthusiastic people who are interested in helping others, learning new skills, improving job prospects and making new friends.
We need you and are looking for volunteers to help us:
- Administrators to organise and manage our screening sessions and fundraising events;
- Assistants to help in our Calon office (or from home!) with digital event campaigns, marketing and PR;
- Website operators to edit, update and manage our digital content profile;
- We need people with experience in the following areas: finance, administration, marketing, PR, events management and IT.
We are looking for people to fill the following volunteer roles in particular:
Administrative Assistant volunteers
Fundraising Events volunteers
For more information on any of the above vacancies, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As a volunteer, you can also get involved and help at planned events with stewarding and bucket collections.
Or organise your own fundraising events.
Volunteer with Calon today and help us save lives in Wales.
Whether you only have a couple of hours to spare or you have more time to help out we appreciate any support. Not only is volunteering for Calon a great way of making a difference to lives in Wales but it’s also an opportunity to gain more skills, experience and meet new people.
You can start your application for a volunteering role with Calon today by getting in touch today. Volunteers opportunities are available from home so you can help us save lives remotely.
Calon Heart Screening, White House Cottage, Cathedral Green, Llandaff, Cardiff, CF5 2EB or by email to email@example.com
Most roles will not require a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (previously a CRB check) but you’ll also find the application form for DBS-checked roles below too.
For more details, please email or call us and we can talk through all of the opportunities and ways you can help us to save more Welsh lives!