Raise awareness and support for our work through speaking in your community
Our volunteer speakers and ambassadors raise awareness and support for our work through their incredible efforts speaking in their communities about the issues faced by disadvantaged young people, and what our charity does to help.
Speakers use their skills and passion to reach out to different audiences in their communities, such as community groups, Churches and companies, inspiring them about our work with children facing poverty, neglect or family crisis.
Volunteering as a speaker is the perfect opportunity to share your experiences, encourage public awareness of the serious issues faced by children and young people in the UK, and improve and strengthen your speaking skills.
What are the benefits of becoming a speaker?
- comprehensive training, resources and ongoing support
- opportunities to meet new people in your community, ranging from business people to families at a Christingle service
- the chance to gain new skills and self-confidence
- the satisfaction of knowing you will be making a difference to the lives of vulnerable children
What's more, the role is flexible to suit your commitments and interests. All we ask is that you aim to carry out at least four talks a year.
Find opportunities and roles
Our opportunities are changing all the time, and can take place with many different teams. Take a look at current opportunities for speaker and ambassador roles.