The duties of PCoS fundraising volunteers are to:

Be a good representative for PCoS, appraised with its website and aligned with our humanitarian, non-political and entirely impartial values ( )


Main assignment goals:

·       Short term: Help us identify/research potential funds and fundraising sources (grants; foundations, engaging with businesses, etc)

·       Medium term: Make applications, and help us to create template funding apps, FAQs, case studies and anything that makes future fundraising and editing easier

·       Long term: Winning us much needed funds to drive forward our work; supporting us with presentations, face to face events etc, as time allows).


Person specification

·       A commitment to PCoS with strong interpersonal and written English skills

·       Strong IT (computer) skills with experience in Word and Excel and willing to undertake data entry/research with strong attention to detail

·       A keen team-player, willing to help with advice, ideas and enquiries on an ad hoc basis

·       Good, independent judgement, confidentiality, time-keeping and fund-raising skills

An ability to think creatively and to speak their mind as a member of a team

·       Reliable, honest and trustworthy.


  • Suitable for 14yr olds
  • Suitable for 15yr olds
  • Suitable for 16 year olds
  • Suitable for Families - (under 16's with an adult)
  • Will require own vehicle or access to a vehicle

When can I volunteer?

Start Date: 01/01/2021

End Date: 01/01/2021

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Morning No No No No No No No
Afternoon No No No No No No No
Evening No No No No No No No


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