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 Your time, skills and experience can help us make sure no one has to care alone. 

We have a dedicated team of volunteers working across the UK to improve services, support carers, campaign, fundraise and raise awareness of caring.

As a volunteer we will support you to use your existing skills and develop new ones while helping to make life better for carers and their loved ones.

We’re aiming to inspire a team of volunteers to help us reach, identify and support more carers than ever before. Whether you have got a few hours to spare or can make an ongoing commitment, there will be a part for you to play. Click on the links below to find out more or contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Find out more about our volunteering roles:

  • Events Volunteer

    Help out at challenge and promotional events which raise funds and awareness for Carers UK – ensuring that all events are a success, fun and run smoothly.

  • Local Awareness Volunteer

    Helps Carers UK connect with carers and promote awareness of caring by distributing publicity material – such as leaflets and posters – within local communities.

  • Workplace Champion

    As a Workplace Champion you are the vital link between Carers UK and your colleagues. You’ll

    spread the word about caring and raise awarenes in your workplace.

  • Social Media Volunteer

    Help us spread the message of Carers UK to those who need us through posting on social media.

  • Insight Volunteer

    Help shape campaigns, services and information products to provide the best possible support for carers.


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Your donations are an essential part of helping us make life better for carers.

How you can help

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With your help we can reach more carers with timely support and advice.



We will keep campaigning until every carer gets proper recognition and support.

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