Volunteering as a speaker is the perfect way to share your experiences, encourage public awareness of the serious issues faced by children in the UK, and improve and strengthen your speaking skills.
No previous experience is necessary. We provide training on how to be a confident and effective speaker. When you feel ready, you will deliver talks to large audiences in community groups and at local businesses. You can also arrange your own talks to inspire groups and raise awareness of our work with children facing poverty, neglect or family crisis.
This role is flexible to suit your commitments and interests. You will only need to do four talks per year. You need to be organised, willing to provide feedback after each talk, able to travel around your area and access the internet and use email.