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Our volunteers often say that they feel they get as much as they give. Through volunteering you can gain new skills and confidence, meet new people, make friends, be part of a great team, have a sense of achievement, and most importantly, have fun!

Three Epilepsy Society volunteers in Epilepsy Society t-shirts stand smiling at the camera by a fundraising gazebo in the sunshine

Volunteer in your local community

Our Community Ambassadors organise fundraising events and raise awareness of Epilepsy Society within their local communities.

Two volunteers and a resident smile and laugh. The resident is holding a picture of another volunteer.

Volunteer at our Chalfont Centre

The volunteers at our Chalfont Centre in Buckinghamshire make an invaluable difference to the lives of our 92 residents who live with epilepsy, often as part of more complex needs.

A group of volunteers from Citrix smile and wave, wearing green tops and holding shovels

Corporate/group 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.

A female volunteer smiles on a bench with her dog

Help raise public awareness

Talking to the media about epilepsy is a valuable way of helping to increase public awareness. We're looking for people willing to talk about their experiences.

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