Without the incredible people that volunteer at The Joshua Tree, we simply couldn’t do what we do. Volunteers are at the very heart of our charity and we’d love you to join them!
From raising money to increasing awareness, inspiring other about what we do or playing a part at the support centre there’s a role to suit everyone. In return, you’ll get to meet new people, gain new skills, boost your CV – and feel good knowing you’ve helped families affected by childhood cancers.
You don’t necessarily need specific skills or experience to join our friendly team, just a willingness to get involved. Don't worry if you are new to volunteering - we provide all our volunteers with all the information, training and support they need to take on a role.
To find out more about volunteering or to register your interest, please email volunteerenquiries@thejoshuatree org.uk, fill in the form below, or call our Volunteer Lead Kate Deakin on 01606 331 858 for an informal chat.
To see the latest events and register to participate with The Joshua Tree sign up through Volunteer Local.
“Volunteering for the Joshua Tree has really helped with getting my hours in for my gold Duke of Edinburgh award! I’ve had so much fun and learnt so many new things!”
"Whether we are volunteering at a fundraising event or helping out at the Saturday Sessions with the families, we find it very humbling and uplifting to be involved."
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