VOLUNTEERING

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Welcome to volunteering for Cerebral Palsy Sport. As a volunteer you contribute your time and energy to support the charity achieve our vision and we could not do it without you!

Volunteering at Cerebral Palsy Sport can cover many different activities from being a sporting official to a trustee on the board, from educating to fundraising and we want volunteering for Cerebral Palsy Sport to be a rewarding and worthwhile experience and we are committed to supporting you throughout your time with us. Take a look below to see what roles we have available and how we can support you.

Social Cafe Volunteers

We have volunteer positions available for both our adult & under 25’s virtual Cafe. These are social chats with some very special guest speakers.

Event Volunteers

We have regular volunteering opportunities supporting our sporting and fundraising events.

Fundraising Volunteers

We are looking for proactive and outgoing people with a good knowledge of their local community to join our team as a Volunteer Collection Box Coordinator.

Volunteering benefits

Cerebral Palsy Sport believes passionately about our volunteers and also the power of volunteering to transform people’s lives. Our charity supports people with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities to discover the joys of sport and we could not do this without the incredible support from our volunteers.

There are many reasons why people offer their time to volunteer and national figures show that nearly 22 million people throughout Britain volunteer their time to support others , improve our communities and make an incredible contribution to our country’s economy.

Why do people volunteer? For many people they volunteer as they are able to support the needs of those around them, or maybe the feel-good factor of doing things for others. There is also a wealth of evidence that shows that volunteering has positive impacts on the individual volunteer.

Here are several reasons why volunteering for a charity like Cerebral Palsy Sport may enable volunteers to experience wider benefits:

Supporting
communities

Developing
employability skills

Improving
overall health

Reducing
stress

Supporting
personal development

Increasing
happiness

Making friends
and expanding networks

Supporting communities

Developing employability skills

Improving overall health

Reducing stress

Supporting personal development

Increasing happiness

Making friends and expanding networks

Volunteer handbook

Volunteer with us and work with us to have a positive impact on our community and make a real difference to the lives of people with cerebral palsy and their families.  Please click below to find out more.  We look forward to hearing from you. 

Boy in swimming pool
Boy in swimming pool

Volunteer handbook

Volunteer with us and work with us to have a positive impact on our community and make a real difference to the lives of people with cerebral palsy and their families.  Please click below to find out more.  We look forward to hearing from you.

#MyStory

This section is for people with cerebral palsy to share their sporting journeys. Whether they are taking part for fun or are aiming for the next Paralympics.

Our impact

Approximately 160,000 people have cerebral palsy in the UK (130,000 adults and 30,000 children), a similar population to multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

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