Thank you so much for your interest in joining the Royal Free Charity volunteer ambassador programme. Thanks to our dedicated volunteers and supporters, we can help our hospitals to go further, faster for patients and families, while also supporting our incredible NHS colleagues.

We’re looking for people who share our passion and if you have some time to spare and would enjoy helping to elevate the profile of the Royal Free Charity in your community then this could be the perfect flexible role for you.

How you could help:

All we ask from you is an interest in our cause and the enthusiasm to share it with others. There is no fixed time commitment. There are a number of ways you can help us and the role can fit into your life in whatever way suits you. Download the role description.

You could:

  • share our appeals and event promotion with your contacts to raise awareness of the Royal Free Charity
  • act as a volunteer representative for the Royal Free Charity at community events
  • offer advice and expertise on your local area and networks to help us to raise our profile
  • place posters related to specific appeals/events or liaise with local businesses to find opportunities to place our collection tins.

You may also be interested in organising your own fundraising events, and you would have the full support of our fundraising team if this is something you would like to do.

There has never been a better time to get involved with the Royal Free Charity. As we look to the future, we’re planning to enhance and expand our existing services while also making major investments in cancer research, staff welfare and lots more.

When you join us an ambassador you can expect:

  • a dedicated staff contact
  • induction & training
  • invitations to exclusive events
  • an ambassador toolkit to support you in your role
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust staff

We’re particularly keen to recruit colleagues across the trust to join us as a volunteer ambassador, acting as a champion for the charity and helping us to raise awareness of our work both among NHS staff and patients. Download the role description.

Young ambassadors (ages 16 – 18)

We’ve created our young ambassador programme to provide practical skills which can be added to your CV such as: 

  • public speaking  
  • campaigning  
  • fundraising  
  • community outreach   
  • networking 

We’re particularly keen to hear from young people currently in education to help us raise awareness of the charity among your school or institution. Download the role description.

Get in touch

Please complete the application form below. A member of the fundraising team will be in touch to discuss next steps.