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Fundraiser

Guide Dogs

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Location

No set centre or place

Time Commitment

Contact Details

Long Term, Full or Part Time

Charlotte Hawthorne

About the Role

If you love socialising with others or simply want to get involved with events in your local community, then becoming a fundraiser could be for you!

In this very interactive role you will be hands on with being apart of your local fundraising team in a variety of activities to help raise money for Guide Dogs.

  • Helping on stalls at local events

  • Manning collections at various venues

  • Attending local events organised by the team      (this can vary from pub quizzes, afternoon teas and Christmas fayres!)      Keeping track of what we sell on our stalls

  • Counting donations

  • Supporting a group of like-minded people      

  • planning events and raising money

  • Volunteers must be 18 or over.

This is a very flexible role in terms of the time you can give and it is a very social role, to find out more and to apply for this role please go to our website www.guidedogs.org.uk/volunteeringor email volunteermidlands@guidedogs.org.ukand we will be happy to discuss any questions you may have.

Skills and Qualifications

This role is very flexible in terms of time, would be ideal if you have access to a car.

Great people and communication skills.

About the Organisation

We are Guide Dogs. And we’re here to help people with sight loss live the life they choose.


Over the years we’ve developed a wide range of services with and without dogs to support people living with a vision impairment. Children and adults. Friends and family. Whoever you are, our expert staff, dedicated volunteers and life-changing dogs are here to help you live actively, independently, and well.


We’re a charity, almost entirely funded by donations, and we are the world’s largest assistance dog organisation. As world leaders in puppy socialisation and dog training, we’re the only organisation to breed and train guide dogs in the UK. We’re also the largest employer of specialists dedicated to helping children and young people overcome the challenges of sight loss.


Volunteering with Guide Dogs is life-changing – and not just for the people we support. Join one of our amazing roles and be part of the pack and you’ll quickly see how the time you give benefits people with sight loss, our four-legged friends and you!

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