Looking for a fun and inspiring experience this year? You’re in the right place.

Join us at the artist events or Christian festivals we’re supporting. Not only will you have free access to an amazing event, you’ll get to inspire people about helping some of the world’s most vulnerable children.

We have some fun and exciting opportunities to engage with loads of new supporters, and you can be part of it and help make a lasting difference.

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All applicants must be at least 18 years old and live in the UK.

Harlem Globetrotters

27 February - 8 March


Spring harvest

4 - 17 April

Big Church Day Out

23/24 May

New Wine

25 July - 8 August

Sounds exciting but want to know more… here’s a bit more information:

What happens when I register?

Registering doesn’t sign you up for anything, it will give you access to the list of volunteer opportunities where you can find out more details about each event (date, place, etc) and what will be expected of you. It will also allow us to send you email updates about volunteering with World Vision and when new volunteer opportunities open up (you can unsubscribe at any time).

What will I be expected to do?

Each event varies so it’s best to refer to each specific volunteer opportunity. During artist shows, you’ll be asked to help supporters who want to sponsor a child, complete an application form. At Christian festivals, we’re creating fun and interactive experiences to show how supporters can transform the lives of the most vulnerable children, so you’ll be helping with the stand, interacting with people and inspiring them about our work.

Please bear in mind that most volunteer opportunities will require you to stand up for long periods of time.

What will I get in return?

You’ll get free access to the event. Free tea/coffee and snacks may be provided depending on the events. You’ll have to arrange for your own food, transport and accommodation (check the terms and conditions for each event).

All training and support will be provided, and you’ll get a certificate of appreciation.

What skills and experience do I need?

You don’t need any specific skills or experience to volunteer but it’s best if you like talking and interacting with people. Having said that, if this is a skill you want to develop and you’re enthusiastic and ready to give your best, then come on board.

What should I wear?

Smart casual is fine, black trousers/jeans and shoes are best. We’ll give you a World Vision t-shirt to wear (to be returned after the event). You may want to have a long sleeve top underneath to keep warm depending on the events (not all locations are heated and the World Vision t-shirt needs to stay visible at all times whilst volunteering).

If you have any other questions about volunteering for World Vision, please don’t hesitate to contact us at volunteer@worldvision.org.uk.

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"Volunteering for World Vision has made me realise that giving just a little bit of your time and effort, reaps so many benefits for those who are supported by this wonderful charity." - Shemi