Become a Volunteer Ambassador

Our Volunteer Ambassadors work alongside the Dementia UK Regional Fundraising team to support people raising money in your local area, identify new fundraising opportunities and raise awareness of Admiral Nurses.

Here are some of the ways you could be supporting us as a Volunteer Ambassador:

  • Delivering talks about the work of the charity and the importance of fundraising
  • Holding awareness stands at community event
  • Promoting Dementia UK and Admiral Nurses within your own network and encouraging more people to fundraise for us
  • Providing information in your local area about the support Dementia UK provides
  • Attending cheque presentation events
  • Supporting our campaigning work by lobbying your local representatives

If you are passionate about supporting Dementia UK in our aim to provide specialist dementia support to every family that needs it, and would like to become a Volunteer Ambassador, please read our role description and person specification and then complete the application form. You will then be contacted by your local Regional Fundraiser who will go through your application with you and let you know the next steps.

Volunteer Ambassador Manny Kang, jumping in a star formation

Meet Manny Kang

“For me dementia was still a subject not talked about enough, and when I found out about becoming a Volunteer Ambassador for the charity, I jumped at the chance”

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Volunteer Ambassador Donna Hadley, talking about Dementia UK at a presentation

Meet Donna Hadley

Donna Hadley was supported by an Admiral Nurse and was shocked when she found out that not everyone has access to them. “The thought that others don’t have this service meant that, for me, it was a no brainer to help”

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Brenda Foulds, talking about Dementia UK at an event

Meet Brenda Foulds

“I am passionate about getting the word out there, as I don’t want others to feel they are alone like I unfortunately did”

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