VOLUNTEER WITH US

Over 23.1 million people in the UK are involved in volunteering at least once a year.

The fact that so many people are eager to share their time and help is what drives us as a charity. It is overwhelming and so rewarding to see little patients survive cancer and leave hospitals. We encourage you to join us, meet like-minded people and create a lasting change for children.

If you’d like to help Gift of Life with your professional expertise, please email us on [email protected]

The charity constantly needs the help of designers, photographers, videographers, translators, copywriters and specialists in digital communications and marketing. By not having such positions amongst permanent staff, the charity saves valuable funds in order to help more children. 

We will be glad to work with you and grateful for your support. Together we can do more!


From those who made a meaningful change in a child’s life

Oksana Kostromina, digital designer:

“I have always known that helping others was both important and interesting, but I never imagined how precious it would be for me personally! The work which I do and which benefits Gift of Life’s patients is not only a way of helping, but also a great way to fulfil my creative potential, and to create something which has real meaning. In helping the charity, I receive much more than I give, and I am very grateful for that.”

Nadia Raud, social activist:

“For me volunteering is an attempt to answer the question “What to do with all this love?”. First of all, it is pure joy! It is a chance to share my time, strength, warmth, and care. The ability to change someone’s life for the better. This is what I do for others and for myself as well. It is a chance to show the best of myself and see it in others too.”

Maria Grzhib, psychologist:

"Personally, I was always amused by the fact that as a supporter you’re not doing anything extraordinary (support running for charity, listening to charity lectures, helping out at fundraisers) but in reality, you’re doing much more than an exceptional deed. I’m genuinely happy to know, that children have a chance for proper life and a better future with our help.”