Volunteering with the Multiple System Atrophy Trust
Volunteers are a fundamental part of our organisation and are vital for the delivery of our services. Our volunteers help us to raise awareness of MSA and help tackle the isolation felt by having a rare disease. 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 our work.
We accept applications from anyone with an interest in supporting those affected by MSA and welcome applications from anyone who has personal experience of MSA.
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.
Click here to view a brief descriptions of the current volunteering opportunities at the MSA Trust. The positions available in locations around the UK and Ireland vary depending on local need, but we welcome all enquiries. For more information on the roles and to apply please contact email@example.com.
If you have a particular interest or area you feel you can help with that isn’t detailed below, please do get in touch to have a conversation with our team.
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
What Roles are available at the MSA Trust? Below are brief descriptions of the current...
If you’re already a volunteer with the Trust here are some resources to support you...