Your Volunteer Role
The following information, forms and resources may be of use to you in your role.
If there are any additional resources that you would find useful to be able to access on this page, please let us know.
Contact the Volunteering Team on email@example.com or 01604 611681.
Expenses claim form
Answering questions about research involving animals
MND Support Grants and Young Person's Grant - information and application forms
Our strategy for the future: 2017 - 2021
How we use your information whilst you volunteer with us
Branch or Group Volunteer
Association Visitors provide emotional and some practical support to people with MND and their families.
Association Visitor Coordinators build a team of AVs in their area and are in regular contact with both staff and volunteers.
Evening Helpline Volunteers provide callers with information and support on all aspects of MND.
Support Event Helpers help at coffee mornings, afternoon teas, support meetings or drop-ins for people living with MND.
Support Meeting Coordinators (sometimes called Facilitators) organise regular coffee mornings, afternoon teas, support meetings or drop-ins for people living with MND, their families and carers.
Regional / National Volunteer
Trustees are responsible for directing the affairs of the Association, ensuring that it is solvent, well run, that it complies with current legislation, and that it delivers its charitable outcomes for the benefit of those people for whom it exists.