Without volunteers, we wouldn’t be able to reach out to all corners of Norfolk to communicate our message and our commitment to save lives. Our aim is to ensure that all men aged between 15 – 45 in Norfolk are aware of the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer and to have the confidence to seek medical advice when something doesn’t feel right.
Every single minute you can offer makes a huge difference and could even save a life.
Benefits of Volunteering include:
- Working with like-minded people
- Learning new skills
- Meeting new people & making friends
- Developing your skills, knowledge & experience
- Having fun
- Supporting others & changing lives
Ways you can Volunteer
If you don’t have loads of time but want to get involved, why not take a few minutes to find our Twitter & Facebook pages, follow & like us and share our updates with your friends and family.
How about sharing some info about us in your workplace? We can post out an awareness pack which includes posters & leaflets which you could distribute in your place of work.
If you have the odd weekend or midweek day available, we always welcome help at the events we host and attend throughout the year. You don’t have to commit to a whole day, just an hour or two would be make a big difference and help us to achieve our aims.
Alternatively, if you have any fundraising ideas or skills you can offer which would help us grow the charity & our awareness, please get in touch via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org