Published: May 15, 2023


Launching in July is Walk For A Cure, a brand new event series from Alzheimer’s Research UK. These 5km fundraising walks will bring together everyone impacted by dementia as Alzheimer’s Research UK strive to make a lasting difference for future generations. Alzheimer’s Research UK need your support to make these events happen. Would you like to be a key part of the team on event day? Alzheimer’s Research UK are looking for volunteers to help create a fantastic atmosphere at our event village, to ensure the smooth running of the event and to create an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.

What: Walk For A Cure Event volunteer Role Description.

How: Roles include Greeters, Start/Finish Line Marshals, Event Village Helpers, Route Marshals & Photographers.

Who: All volunteers must be 18+. (Children may accompany an adult volunteer, but please contact us before registering.)

When: Sunday 30th July 2023, 9am-4pm.

Where: Holyrood Park, Parade Ground (What3Words /// cans.thanks.trails)

To find out more about the role, please read the Walk For A Cure Event volunteer Role Description

To register to volunteer, please visit: alzheimersresearchuk.org/volunteering/event-volunteer and select ‘Saturday 8 July 2023 – Walk For a Cure, London’ from the list when prompted.

Being an Event volunteer at Walk For A Cure is a great opportunity to:

  • Volunteer alongside your friends and family at a fantastic new event.
  • Give back to your local community.
  • Meet new people, who may have similar experiences to you.
  • Gain experience of charity events management.
  • Contribute volunteering hours to your course or studies.
  • Build confidence by volunteering in a team with thirty other volunteers.
  • Support a cause that is relevant to you – one in two people know someone affected by dementia.
  • Become part of the Alzheimer’s Research UK volunteering community, with other opportunities available to you.

Images: If you are able to use an image to promote this opportunity,  you can find some available to download here.
Wording: If you require alternative wording for use on social media,  you can find some available to download here.

FAQs: Further volunteering FAQs will appear on this page shortly.

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