Many of us here at the Trust have experienced an ectopic pregnancy and understand how it can spur us on to want to help others. In this way, volunteering can form part of our path to recovery.
Volunteer roles at the Trust range from supporting those who have been affected by an ectopic pregnancy to various administrative tasks for the smooth running of the charity. Tasks can be flexible and even just an hour or two every few months would be appreciated.
If you would like to join our supportive and welcoming team, please complete our volunteer interest form. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Trust.
This involves applying your communication skills to our to the production of online content for our website and newsletter.
This would suit volunteers with editorial skills or background/experience in journalism, copywriting or proof-reading.
Help us fund the great work we do by helping us produce and manage grant applications.
Responsibilities will include identifying grant resources, drafting and submitting grant applications and letters. We would brief you in good time to deliver each task and engage you on an ad hoc basis, working flexibly from home.
Image content creation for website and social media.
Project support team member
An essential role in the team that simply gets things done and people supported in so many ways!
This involves general support for the wider team.
Help us get the funds we need to deliver the support we do!
This can involve organising an event to raise awareness and funds for the Trust.
Support services - partners
Responding to messages for information and support on ectopic pregnancy through our call-back support line, email exchange, video calling, or Live Chat services.
We particularly welcome applications from partners of any gender and people of colour. This role requires medical, counselling, social work or similar background/experience.
How much time do we need?
In terms of time commitment, we are genuinely grateful for anything you can kindly offer; some volunteer an hour or two every few months, while others volunteer weekly – it is up to you.