Volunteers are integral to the work we do, and we aim to provide the best volunteer experience possible. We have a wide range of opportunities available, and all our current roles are listed below. These are updated regularly, so keep an eye out for the perfect opportunity for you.
What's in My Area? volunteer - London
We are looking for a volunteer to support in updating our 'What's in My Area?' search function. The 'What's in My Area?' function is located on the Stonewall website and is one of our most important and most frequently used resources. This tool enables people to search by town or postcode across a range of categories (for example - asylum, disability, housing, mental health, wills and probate, to name but a few) to locate groups, organisations and companies in their local area who have an LGBT focus and can assist them. If you're interested in this volunteer role, please read the description then apply using the form below.
Information Service volunteers - London
We are looking for volunteers to support in answering questions on any issue affecting LGBT people. You will form a key part of the delivery of our Information Service responding to enquiries via our free phone number and email. We respond to over 10,000 enquiries a year on a wide variety of topics including; marriage, civil partnerships, employment, homophobic bullying and discrimination. The service offers information on LGBT rights and signposts people to services who can help them further. If you're interested in this volunteer role, please read the description then apply using the form below.
IT volunteers - London
Our IT team provides technology infrastructure the organisation needs today and tomorrow. We are looking for a volunteer to maintain the performance of our systems and to support staff with their individual IT requests. If you're interested in this volunteer role, please read the description then apply using the form below.
Community Fundraising volunteers - London, Brighton and across England
We are looking for volunteer fundraisers who are keen to be an ongoing part of the team, supporting our fundraising activities and events and engaging within your community through fundraising. You may be asked to support a range of activities, projects and events, from cheering on our runners at the London and Brighton Marathons or supporting in collecting donations from members of the public, to helping sell raffle tickets to our guests at fundraising events such as the Equality Dinner. If you're interested in this volunteer role, please read the description then apply using the form below.
Social media volunteer - Edinburgh
Our communications and social media work shows Stonewall at its best and builds and protects the organisation's reputation. We provide a platform for the diverse voices in the LGBT community to be heard. We inform and empower these voices. We are looking for a Social Media Volunteer, who will support and build on this work by helping us to remain informed about current issues, and to communicate effectively through our social media channels. This is a great opportunity for someone looking to develop their communications and social media skills, and to gain experience of working in a busy third sector organisation.
Empowerment Programmes volunteer - Edinburgh
Stonewall Scotland’s Empowerment Team aims to empower individuals to make a difference for LGBT people at work, at home and in their communities. This role will support across Stonewall Scotland's Empowerment Programmes, including our Leadership programmes (such as the LGBT Role Models and Allies), our conferences and Education Programmes (including Train the Trainer and School Role Models). These personal and professional development programmes enable LGBT individuals and allies to step up as leaders within their organisations, schools and communities to help create an environment where all LGBT people are accepted, without exception.
To apply for any of our volunteer opportunities please click on the link below:
Volunteering at Stonewall
Volunteers are an integral part of Stonewall’s work. They support us across all our work, and are a key part of each department and essential to Stonewall’s mission.
Stonewall recognises the huge contribution volunteers make to our work; we benefit from the skills, experience and enthusiasm volunteers bring. In return, we believe volunteers should be able to gain personal benefits from their time volunteering with us, and we are committed to managing volunteers in a way that allows this.