Volunteering with the Multiple System Atrophy Trust
Volunteers are so important to our work. We have a wide range of roles that can be undertaken and more about these can be found on our vacancies page. Volunteers around the UK, Ireland and abroad help us to signpost families affected by MSA to local support services, raise awareness of MSA and help support our projects and events. Many of our volunteers help to run local Support Group meetings and some volunteer in our office in London.
As a charity funded entirely by donations from individuals, companies and charitable trusts, local volunteers also support us by raising vital funds to allow us to continue to offer our services and fund research.
How to get involved
Whatever your strengths are, we’re sure that we will have something that will interest you and make a huge difference to the work that we do.
Could you lend a hand? With only a small team of staff working tirelessly to raise funds, increase awareness and support people affected by MSA, we are incredibly lucky to have an ever growing army of volunteers registered to offer their time to support the Trust and get involved in our work.
If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer please do email or call our office to chat about what volunteer work you might like to do, and then fill out the relevant registration form on our vacancies page. We would love to hear from you and will be incredibly grateful for your support.
We have a number of Support Groups around the UK and Ireland that are in desperate need for someone to help come and set up, help with refreshments and pack away at the end of the meeting. If you think you would be able to help at your local Support Group please do get in contact with Emma on 0333 323 4591. She would love to hear from you!
Details of our current vacancies and the application process can be found here.
Already a volunteer?
If you’re already volunteering with us, you can find all of the information and resources you will need to help you in your role here.
“Our volunteers are at the heart of our work and at the heart of every community so that people affected by MSA receive the support they need. We are committed to ensuring volunteers received the best possible experience whilst volunteering and that they feel fulfilled and valued.”
Karen Walker – MSA Trust CEO