Who can volunteer and how do I get involved?
Do I need to have a personal connection to prostate cancer to volunteer?
No, we have loads of volunteer opportunities available and only some require a personal connection to prostate cancer. As long as you’re enthusiastic about the work we do and improving the lives of men affected by prostate cancer, we’ll find a role for you.
Are there certain skills I need to be a Prostate Cancer UK volunteer?
No, whatever skills or experience you have we will find a role that suits you. If there are any specific skills needed we will provide training and support to ensure you feel well equipped.
What can I get involved in?
There is a range of ways you can help. Volunteers raise awareness, take part in our campaign work, help out at events, review our leaflets or help out in the office. Check our volunteering opportunities page to see how you could do something great to help beat prostate cancer.
What will I get out of volunteering with Prostate Cancer UK?
As a volunteer with us you’ll be helping thousands of men across the UK who are facing prostate cancer. You’ll help build awareness of the disease, help make sure men are supported during diagnosis and treatment, and that they receive the best quality care.
Along the way you’ll meet like-minded people and learn new skills, like public speaking, teamwork, administration and many others.
How do I sign up?
Click the ‘get involved’ button on any of the opportunities you’re interested in, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll get in touch to tell you more about the role and how to get you started.