How can you get involved? 

Ambassadors can provide support in a variety of ways including:
  • Attending cheque presentations on behalf of the charity to thank and say a few words to the fundraisers about how the money will make a difference to the hospital
  • Managing collections in your local area by placing and replenishing collection cans in shops, restaurants, garden centres etc
  • Supporting events held by the hospital
  • Raising awareness of the charity in your local area

What skills do you need to be a charity ambassador?

  • Good communicator - confident to communicate words of thanks
  • Enthusiastic
  • Reliable
  • An ability to work independently

How much time will you need to give? 

This is a flexible role and there is no minimum time commitment as we realise that time is a precious commodity; any time you can give will make a huge difference to the charity’s capacity to support our fundraisers.

What training/support will you get?

  • You will receive a full induction and training pack for your role as a charity ambassador
  • You will be assigned a dedicated member of staff as a direct contact for any questions/queries you may have 

What can you gain from being a charity ambassador?

  • The satisfaction of knowing you are making a valuable contribution to the hospital and its patients
  • Meeting new people
  • Adding value to the Papworth Hospital community
  • Utilising and enhancing your skillset
  • Staying active

Where will you be based?

You will be based in your local area with the option to attend events further afield if you wish to.

What will you receive?

As a charity ambassador, you will receive a badge to wear to identify you as an ambassador of the charity. The fundraising team will provide you with all the materials to help you carry out your role.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or an ambassador for the hospital and would like to find out more please contact our Community Fundraising Officer on 01480 364237.