Thank you for your interest in volunteering for WaterAid, we really appreciate it. By contributing your time in support of WaterAid you are helping us improve the lives of the most disadvantaged communities in the world, thank you so much!
WaterAid has a wide variety of exciting volunteering opportunities which are detailed below. From marshalling, cheering or collecting donations at our events, to sharing your knowledge and passion for the cause via the speaker network, there are many ways that you can be a WaterAid volunteer.
Join our Local Groups movement
Support WaterAid by giving us the generous gift of your time! Use your passion for our work to volunteer in your local community and inspire others to get involved and transform lives.
Join our Speaker Network
If you’re passionate about spreading WaterAid's message to help us reach everyone, everywhere by 2030, we want you to join our amazing network of ambassadors. All we ask is that you feel comfortable speaking in public and that you are passionate about what we do.
Volunteer at a WaterAid event
WaterAid is involved in a wide variety of exciting fundraising events that we would love you to be involved in. We need your help to support our participants and create a huge WaterAid presence.
From marshalling and cheering to collecting donations or putting up signs and banners, we always need extra pairs of hands to ensure our events go smoothly. There is always something to do!
Our upcoming event volunteer opportunities include;
o Sing for Water London 2017 bucket collection volunteers: The Scoop, South Bank, London, SE1 2AA – Sunday 17 September 2-4pm
o Tough Sh!t Midlands steward: Carsington Water, Severn Trent Water, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1ST – Sunday 1 October 2017
o Tough Sh!t South steward: Pippingford Park, Nutley, East Sussex, TN22 3HW – Saturday 28 October 2017
o Royal Parks Half Marathon cheerer: Hyde Park, London. – Sunday 8 October 2017
University society or RAG volunteering
If you are part of your university RAG society, there are so many ways to get involved. Whether it’s organizing a RAG raid, campaigning, or picking us as your charity of the year. Alternatively you could look at joining or setting up a WaterAid society on campus. This is both fun and rewarding, and is a great way to meet new people, enhance your CV and transform the lives of some of the world’s poorest people.