Become an AWF Volunteer!
The Anthony Walker Foundation is a family of volunteers. We welcome anyone who shares our values of challenging racism and promoting diversity to build stronger communities free of discrimination of any kind. For us 'I CAN IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN IQ'.
We value your generosity and your shared desire to help us make the world a better place for every human being.
We have lots of opportunities to volunteer with the AWF. We have a wide range of roles ranging from workshop delivery, office administration, event management, victim support plus many more.
As well as contributing to a worthwhile cause, volunteering with us is a great way to develop your skills, meet new people and work as part of a team.
We are also looking to put together a small team of individuals who will enable us to extend our outreach work in supporting families and individuals who are experiencing hate crime.
We aim to offer regular support and supervision to our volunteers to support your own personal development and sense of achievement and belonging.
* Volunteers involved in wok with young people and vulnerable adults will be required to undertake an enhanced CRB check.
The Young Ambassadors are a group of young people aged 14-25 who are encouraged to use their individual and collective skills to promote the anti-racism, equality and diversity ideals of the Anthony Walker Foundation. The program sets out to aid our young people in their personal development and give them the opportunity to gain the skills necessary to become tomorrow’s community leaders.
Our Young Ambassadors are an extremely diverse group, but they all share the same passion and values. Ambassadors meet up fortnightly and develop their own community projects, attend various events as representatives of the AWF, help facilitate the educational workshops in schools and youth clubs, fundraise for the charity and most importantly have fun.
Interested in becoming an AWF Young Ambassador? You need to be between 16 and 25. Call us on 0151 237 3974 or contact us at JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING