One of our volunteers sitting on a bench with her dog

Volunteer

There are so many ways to volunteer and make a difference to the lives of people affected by epilepsy. Whether you'd like to volunteer at our Chalfont Centre, or in your local community, we'd love to hear from you.

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Change people's lives by becoming a volunteer.

Our volunteer roles include befrienders, drivers and community ambassadors. We really value all of our volunteers and are so grateful for the time they give to helping people living with epilepsy.

Due to coronavirus pandemic, volunteers are not currently volunteering within the Care Homes at our Chalfont Centre. We are still encouraging anyone interested in our volunteer roles to get in touch.

Current volunteering vacancies

Click on each role to learn more and to apply.

Befriender (Remote) - Chalfont St Peter

Driving volunteer - Chalfont St Peter

Community Ambassador - Various

If your ideal role isn't listed here, don't worry. We have volunteers who have offered a range of unique skills from photography to playing the piano! Get in touch on 01494 601 313 or email volunteer@epilepsysociety.org.uk to talk with our team.

Volunteering at Chalfont

The volunteers at Epilepsy Society make an invaluable difference to the lives of the 92 residents who live on site, all of whom have epilepsy often as part of more complex needs. Due to coronavirus pandemic, volunteers are not currently volunteering within the Care Homes at our Chalfont Centre. We are still encouraging anyone interested in our volunteer roles to get in touch.

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Corporate volunteering

Volunteer days give corporate volunteers and community groups the chance to support our team, working on projects that boost team building and leadership skills.

Get in touch

Become a volunteer below.


Please get in touch:
E: volunteer@epilepsysociety.org.uk 
T: 01494 601 313

All photography, except for Corporate/Group Volunteering photo, by Nick Belcher, volunteer photographer.