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We believe that every child has the right to live life free from bullying and harm. We believe that by working together we can protect more young lives. Do you share our values and our mission to support more children and families?

There are many ways to get involved with our work, from cheering on a marathon runner to volunteering at one of our workshops. Whether it's minutes or months, hours or days, the time you give really does matter.

As a Kidscape volunteer you will:

  • Learn new skills
  • Make new friends
  • Receive necessary training for your role and have access to ongoing training

But above all, you’ll make a meaningful difference to young people and families affected by bullying.

How to volunteer in 3 steps

1) Find a role

Look at what we have available. Some roles require a specific amount of time or skill set. The role description will give you more information.

2) Contact us

For most roles, we ask for a CV and a short statement outlining why you are interested in the role.

If we want to take your application further we'll invite you to meet us for a chat. It's a chance for you to find out more about the role and the organisation and we can get to know you better and find out how we can match your skills and interests with our volunteer opportunities.

3) Receive training and support

All volunteers will have an induction and if needed specific training for a role. Staff members will always be on hand to provide ongoing help and support.

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