Welcome to National Volunteers Week 2016

1st June 2016

This week, 1 – 12 June, is National Volunteers’ Week – an annual celebration of the contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK

Volunteer week one

When better to celebrate all of our volunteering heroes, recognising the range of activities and hard work they do to raise vital funds and awareness?

At Meningitis Now, volunteering comes in many forms, from handing out flyers to giving talks to raise awareness, and everything in between. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in dedicating their time to support meningitis sufferers. All these people are amazing and their contribution is priceless.

We will be sharing something different every day throughout volunteers’ week so keep your eyes peeled for first-hand accounts from our own volunteers and fun new ways you can get involved too.

Meningitis Now fundraising - Bucket collection pyjama day

Volunteer for us

We have a variety of volunteering opportunities available, be it campaigning, fundraising or spreading awareness. View our opportunities
  • Meningitis Now - Glass test for rash

    Don't Google a rash

    Following potentially fatal advice given by Jeremy Hunt this weekend we are urging parents to seek medical advice if they are concerned about a rash

  • Our meningitis story

    Wall of achievement, inspiration and hope

    We’re celebrating thirty amazing years of the meningitis movement in the UK this year by asking you, our supporters, to help highlight the achievements and inspiration of the past three decades on an online photo-wall hosted on our website

  • Meningitis Now fundraising event - London 10,000

    London 10,000 top 10

    This year we have been lucky enough to secure FREE places to the iconic London 10,000 for anyone wishing to run for us

  • Meningitis Now Chelsea Garden statues scan - meningitis survivors

    Meningitis survivors take centre stage in Chelsea Garden

    Four young meningitis survivors will take centre stage in our 30th anniversary garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show