Become a Volunteer Facebook Champion

Are you looking for a flexible volunteering role to support families facing dementia? If so, we would love you to join us as a Volunteer Facebook Champion.

Every year, thousands of supporters take part in Virtual Facebook Challenges, raising vital funds and awareness for Dementia UK.

We are looking for some amazing supporters to become Volunteer Facebook Champions, monitoring our Virtual Challenge Facebook Groups and giving participants lots of encouragement to complete their challenge and raise much-needed funds. Could this be you?

How to apply

Read the Volunteer Facebook Champion role description here.

If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Facebook Champion, please fill in the form below. We will then contact you to explain more about the role and let you know the next steps.

Find out what Virtual Facebook Challenges we are currently holding, or have held in the past, here.

We can’t wait to welcome you to #TeamDementiaUK!

Being a carer can be a lonely place at times and you question your value. Becoming a Volunteer Facebook Champion was a real boost to my confidence and put me in a much better place caring for my wife. What I love about the role is the ability to have dialogue and share my journey with others in a similar position. Helping others is a recipe for happiness, and it’s a great chance to be part of a team that appreciates and understands what you’re going through.

Steve, Volunteer Facebook Champion 

Volunteer Facebook Champion Hannah

Becoming a Volunteer Facebook Champion is brilliant and worthwhile! I would recommend it to anyone. As a student it’s the best way to volunteer alongside your studies without losing time. It teaches you time management skills and has helped me become a better student. I appreciate the communities and support groups that form and love helping them flourish into something lovely.

Hannah, Volunteer Facebook Champion 

More information about becoming a Volunteer Facebook Champion

What does a Volunteer Facebook Champion do?

Our Volunteer Facebook Champions help to moderate our Facebook Groups for each of our virtual events. You’ll be liking and commenting on people’s posts in the group to make sure everyone taking part feels like part of the team, and has a great experience fundraising with Dementia UK!

What training and support will I get as a Volunteer Facebook Champion?

You will be invited to an induction on Teams where we will provide you and other new Volunteer Facebook Champions with training and let you know what you will be expected to do on your Facebook shifts. 

You will be able to attend fortnightly online drop-in sessions where you can touch base with the team and other volunteers and ask any questions.  

We also have a private Facebook Group and a Messenger chat so that volunteers and staff can stay in contact, support one another and ask questions.  

How many hours of volunteering do I need to commit to?

We ask that you commit to a minimum of two hours per week for two months. After this time, we hope that you will continue to volunteer as a Facebook Champion – we have lots of amazing Virtual Facebook Challenges planned over the next year and would love your support.  

As this role is virtual you can make it fit around your life, volunteering at a time convenient to you – whether that be weekdays, evenings or weekends. 

Why should I become a Volunteer Facebook Champion?

In the last two years, our Virtual Facebook Challenges have raised over £6 million for Dementia UK. This incredible amount has enabled us to grow the number of dementia specialist Admiral Nurses across the UK so more families can receive their life-changing support.

Our Volunteer Facebook Champions have a direct impact on how much money is raised through our Virtual Facebook Challenges. Their support and encouragement are invaluable, ensuring that each participant feels appreciated and inspired to raise vital sponsorship to support families facing dementia.  

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