Do you fancy joining our growing family of Regional Ambassadors working to raise awareness and support our fundraising in the regions?
A Regional Ambassador is a voluntary role with us. Our Regional Ambassadors play a vital role in helping us towards a day when no one will die of bowel cancer or have to live with chronic bowel disease.
As a Regional Ambassador you will use your special local knowledge, fully supported by our Regional Coordinator, Maria Luisa Addarii, to help to raise vital funds and awareness for the charity and to increase the knowledge of the local community about issues relating to bowel cancer and other diseases, such as recognising the symptoms.
We know that people lead very busy lives. We are happy to fit the role around your availability. That said, it is usually more productive and reasonable to commit a certain amount of time each month which can be discussed and agreed with Maria Luisa.
We will work with you to ensure that you have the latest information at your finger tips, that you're keeping it legal and we'll provide all the materials you may need, from template letters through to flyers, balloons and buckets.
You will be in regular contact with our coordinator Lana and you will get the chance for us to say "thank you" with an annual special event at which you can meet other ambassadors, share stories and ideas and meet and talk to the people who are doing the research.
Being a regional ambassador is a very special role with us, and we hope that you will get as much out of the role as you put in. If you'd like to find out more, you can download our role profile.
We'd love to hear from you if you'd like to join the family! Simply fill in the form and we'll be in touch.
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Emma has dealt with a bowel condition for most of her life, she understands the importance of our work and is passionate about research.
Josh caught the fundraising bug at 11, after his grandad was diagnosed with bowel cancer. Now a Regional Ambassador his enthusiasm has only grown.
Matt is passionate about reaching out to anyone directly or indirectly affected by bowel disease – those he calls ‘everyday heroes’. He sees his role as Regional Ambassador as means to do this.