Rainbow Trust Children's Charity


Events Volunteer Rainbow Trail Hatchlands Park 29 May 2024


As an Events Volunteer, you will carry out a range of  roles to help our Events Team to raise awareness of  Rainbow Trust and raise vital funds to support even more families. Our trails are a family friendly 2-2.5km walk where families follow the map to find the seven colours of the rainbow and join in with the fun fairground activities at each checkpoint 

Your role may include: 

 

  • Setting up and packing away the event  

  • Registration 

  • Marshalling duties on the route or in the car park 

  • Photography (following strict guidelines) 

  • Activity monitoring  

What we’re looking for: 

 

  • Outgoing, proactive, friendly and reliable 

  • Enjoys interacting with people, comfortable with talking to members of the public 

  • Happy to work as part of a team 

  • An honest and trustworthy nature 

  

Your commitment: 

 

The Adventure Trails will be set up at 08.00 and packed down from 16.00. We would be grateful for any time that you can commit to. 

 

Training and Support 

  • A Rainbow Trust member of staff or lead volunteer will be at the event to support you 

  • Volunteers will receive a full briefing on the event and their role(s) 

 

Why choose Rainbow Trust? 

  • We are a Sunday Times Top 100 Not-for-Profit organisation and a leading charity for children and young people 

  • The enjoyment of becoming part of our friendly and welcoming team, knowing you are making a valuable contribution to the lives of the families we support 

  • A calendar of social events for volunteers, including Christmas events and celebrations for Volunteers’ Week 

  • We will reimburse your out-of-pocket travel expenses 

 

 

 
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Date posted 02/04/2024

Mission Statement

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Rainbow Trust provides emotional and practical support for families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.

 This support comes from Family Support Workers who perform a role most people couldn’t imagine.  They maintain a sense of normality for the family by helping with hospital trips, performing household duties, taking the siblings to school and in many cases providing care during the final stages of a child’s life, helping with funeral arrangements and bereavement support.

Rainbow Trust has nine care teams across England in Surrey, North East London and Essex, Central London, West London, County Durham, Cumbria, Manchester, Swindon and Southampton. Last year they supported 1,361 families.

Rainbow Trust's vision is that one day all terminally ill children and their families will have access to a Rainbow Trust Carer.