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Mahmoud (left), 7, can now play outside again thanks to his orthosis.

Mahmoud (left), 7, can now play outside again thanks to his orthosis. | © Sarah Pierre/HI

Volunteering is a great way for you to play a vital role in helping to improve the lives of disabled people. It is also an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and improve your career prospects, while using your skills for a worthwhile cause.

We have a friendly and busy office in London and we often require support from volunteers with a variety of skills.

Current volunteering opportunities in our UK office


Institutional Relations volunteer

Help build our relationships with key institutional donors, as well as assisting with the smooth running of our office. For information about the role and how to apply please download the Information Pack:

► Institutional Relations volunteer - Information Pack (pdf, 105 KB)
► Volunteer Application Form (Word, 55 KB)


Finance volunteer

Help build our relationships with key institutional donors, as well as assisting with the smooth running of our office. For information about the role and how to apply please download the Information Pack:

► Finance volunteer - Information Pack (pdf, 105 KB)
► Volunteer Application Form (Word, 55 KB)


Administration and Fundraising volunteer

Help provide excellent donor care to our supporters, as well as assisting with the smooth running of our office. For information about the role and how to apply please download the Information Pack:

► Administration and Fundraising volunteer - Information Pack (Word, 226 KB)
► Volunteer Application Form (Word, 55 KB)


Fundraising mailings assistant (ad-hoc)

Occasional days throughout the year. For information about the role and how to apply please download the Information Pack:

► Fundraising mailings assistant - Information Pack (Word, 35 KB)
► Volunteer Application Form (Word, 55 KB)


For more information about volunteering in our UK office, please call us on 0870 774 3737 or email recruitment.uk[at]hi.org.

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